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Lead drum in Mandinka percussion, known throughout the world today thanks to its extraordinary powerful sound, the Djembe is played accompanied by other Djembes and dunduns. 

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160,00 €

Lead drum in Mandinka percussion, known throughout the world today thanks to its extraordinary powerful sound, the Djembe is played accompanied by other Djembes and dunduns. 

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100,00 €

Lead drum in Mandinka percussion, known throughout the world today thanks to its extraordinary powerful sound, the Djembe is played accompanied by other Djembes and dunduns. 

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50,00 €

Lead drum in Mandinka percussion, known throughout the world today thanks to its extraordinary powerful sound.

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An atmospheric instrument. Can be played alone or as a pair.

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350,00 €

Pentatonic xylophone of Senofu origin: its Geuni wood keys and its calabash gourd resonators provide a remarkable sound. It is played with two rubber covered mallets (included)

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399,00 €

Diatonique xylophone of Malinké origin: its Guéni wood keys and its calabash gourd resonators provide a remarkable sound. It is played with two rubber covered mallets (included)

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275,00 €

The Doso Ngoni means the hunters’ guitar in Bambar. Originally with 6 strings, it is available today with 8, 10 and 12 strings.

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Accompanying Instrument, sold in pairs. It is played with one in each hand. The seeds inside the woven basket hit the base made from a calabash gourd. 

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A pair of two fruits joined by a rope. These fruits are filled with seeds and are played with one or two hands. The rope is passed between the fingers and the rocking of the wrist makes the fruits collide. 

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51,00 €

The tama or tamani is an underarm drum. It is played with a small curved wooden stick while the fingers of the other hand rest on the drum skin. The tension on the skin can be varied by squeezing the instrument under one’s arm. Its extraordinary acoustic variability is what gives it the nickname “talking drum”. 

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199,00 €

The Bara is played with two hands and produces a muffled sound. It often accompanies the Balafon. 

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