Musical Instruments(200 items)
Welcome to NOVICA's Musical Instruments page! Talented artists handcraft this unique collection of musical instruments.
Top Musical Instrument Categories
Featured Reviews on Musical Instruments
This is a holiday gift purchased for my daughter s boyfriend and since it is beautifully wrapped, I haven t opened it. I m sure it will be a perfect addition to his musical instrument collection. I ve loved everything I have purchased from Novica!
I bought this maraca for my daughters boyfriend and he seemed to like it very much. The hand painting is fabulous and is a great gift for a music lover. Highly recommend this functional work of art!
Trisna Dewi Handcrafted wood carvings and musical instruments
"Although I'm not a musician, many people like the musical instruments I craft, especially as décor objects or to play for fun."
"Ever since I was a little girl, I've enjoyed Bali's traditional dancing, and these dances are usually... read more
Popular Musical Instruments
Authentic African Mini Djembe Drum Crafted by Hand, "African Aubergine"$89.99
Carved in low relief, creamy triangles embrace the purple base of a mini djembe drum. Christopher Nyasafo sculpts the drum from tweneboa wood. The goatskin head is affixed by iron rings wrapped in cotton, and black nylon cords tighten the drumhead. The djembe originated in Benin, where it is used in traditional ceremonies and voodoo rituals; today it appears in reggae groups the world over.
Wood Cat-Shaped Percussion Instrument from Bali, "Kitten Rhythm"$29.99
This whimsical clacker instrument by Trisna Dewi is handcrafted of jempinis wood, featuring several slats connected by cotton cord. This Balinese percussion instrument is designed to create different sounds depending on how you move the ends, which are hand-carved to resemble a stretching cat.
Hand Crafted Balinese Coconut Shell Thumb Piano, "Turtle Kalimba"$19.99
Turtles swim happily over a dried coconut shell and beneath stainless steel leaves in this gorgeous or thumb piano, by Balinese artisan Trisna Dewi. Traditionally a musical instrument from Africa, this plucked idiophone produces a hollow tone when the tines are strummed. The word is a Bantu word which means "little music."
Black History Month. The story of Ernestina Oppong Asante... read more
Its almost summertime and that means discovering a new hobby for you and your family to share. At NOVICA, we... read more
Often I will come across evocative yet charming instruments from Africa. One instrument that truly grabs my... read more
How do you meditate? Do you find a quiet place, adopt a sitting position, and focus on your breathing? Are you... read more
I play in a ukekele band here in Long Beach, California, called The GeriatriX. Although the uke is my main... read more