Wood Instruments(76 items)
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Featured Reviews on Wood Instruments
What a lovely thing to own!
This is beautiful and fun to learn how to use. I will sit down with it and enjoy the meditative qualities, and Im sure I will use it often and cherish it forever. Many thanks to the artisan!
We Love Our Singing Bowl
This is a beautiful keepsake. Our granddaughter loves to lead us in a moment of reflection and thanks with the Singing Healer.
By Betsy L.
I am very excited to learn how to use the pipes!
I loved receiving my Andean pipes! They were contained in a lovely carrying case and the pipes themselves were meticulously cut and bound together. My only problem is that I do not know how to play them! I was able to get some soft notes out of them which was great, but I clearly need instruction. It would be wonderful if the very skilled artisan, Benito Tito, could put together a beginner?s guide to help someone like me get started. I would be very willing to pay extra for a beginner?s guide to using the pipes written by an expert like Benito Tito.
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 Wood Instruments
Fair Trade Peruvian Quena Flute with Case, "Song of the Andes"$69.99
Jacaranda wood lends its extraordinary beauty to this flute. Crafted by hand, it is a legacy of the Inca, an indispensable instrument in today's traditional Peruvian music. Benito Tito perforates holes of different widths to ensure a sweet sound and tunes it to 440. The mouthpiece is carved from bone and its case emulates pre-Hispanic textiles.
Brass and Raintree Wood Hammered Singing Bowl and Striker, "Mantra Voice"$39.99
Fill your meditation space with resounding music with this healing bowl by Charles. The Thai artisan creates the bowl from brass and gives it an intriguing hammered finish. The rain tree wood striker is the ideal match to create the relaxing sound when the two pieces are struck together. Originating in Tibet, such standing bells or singing bowls often accompany Buddhist chanting and meditation.
Quena Wood Inca Flute with Case Handmade in Peru, "Jacaranda"$57.99
The rich grain of jacaranda wood lends its extraordinary beauty to this flute. Crafted by hand, it is a legacy of the Inca and an indispensable instrument in today's traditional Peruvian music. Benito Tito perforates holes of different widths to ensure a sweet sound. Its case emulates pre-Hispanic textiles.
Teakwood and Stainless Steel Tambourine from Bali, "Funky Tune"$27.99
Inspired by the traditional music of her childhood, Balinese artisan Trisna Dewi creates a lovely tambourine using teakwood and stainless steel. The artisan carves the semi-circular body by hand, adding the steel jingles that rattle and chime together.