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Claves

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Product Description: Our Claves (5403) are 6-1/2 inches long and are made from quality hardwood. These claves are great for fun or historical rhythm activities. Add this percussion instrument to your musical ensembles. Our package includes a pair of claves, rhythmic patterns, and a brief history.

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Box Shaker

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Product Description: Our Box Shaker (5404) is made from only the finest American hardwoods. This handheld rhythmic instrument is approximately 3 inches by 2 inches. Wood will vary. Create your own rhythmic patterns or play with a group of instrumentalists. Comes packaged with a brief history.

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One-Octave Xylophone

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Product Description: Our One-Octave Xylophone (5405) is a cute children's instrument that is fun and easy to play. This 6-1/2 inch wooden xylophone comes packaged in a clear box with a pair of wooden mallets and an easy-to-play song booklet.

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Product Description: Our Finger Cymbals (5406) are 2 inches in diameter with black elastic finger bands. This is an inexpensive rhythmic instrument that is popular with kids and adults alike. Finger Cymbals have been used to accompany and accentuate music since before Medieval Times. This pair of Finger Cymbals comes packaged with a brief history.

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