Siesta / Music Taps & Scrapes
A collection of Fair Trade percussion instruments including castanets, claves and clappers from Mexico, Indonesia and India. Perfect for adding new Fair Trade sounds to your percussion collection.
7 items found
Disc Block Knocker
These clever little knockers are played by holding them with the thumb and index finger over the side holes, used to store the striker in when not being played.
Approx: 7cm ∅
Indian Wood Claves
A pair of light mango wood claves made in India. Claves are an important percussion instrument in Cuban and Latin American music styles and are often used to play a repeating rhythmic pattern known as a 'clave.'
Approx: 2cm ∅ × 19cm
Sold as a Pair
A fantastically noisy instrument made in India. Made from mango wood, each clapper consists of a long handle with two smaller pieces of wood attached by elasticated cord that make a mottled clave sound when shaken.
Approx: 4cm × 18cm
Made from a single length of decorated bamboo, this amusing device produces a fantastic "boing" sound when tapped against a hand or surface.
Approx: 3cm ∅ × 39cm
Painted Man Knocker
A clever little wooden construction, this little man makes a clear hollow 'pocking' sound as his 'head' knocks between is arms. Decorated with a detailed dot painting technique.
Approx: 8cm × 21cm
A great slapping, clapping, percussive instrument made from wood with polished coconut pieces to make a loud crisp clap. Hand decorated with a lovely dot painting technique.
Approx: 5cm × 23cm
Lovely pair of coconut wood castanets connected by nylon cord. Coconut wood makes a great alternative to using diminishing hardwood and produces a brighter, crisp sound.
Approx: 9cm × 6cm × 3cm