Percussion instruments produce sound by being hit, shaken, or through any movement that creates a vibration so that the object can make its sound. We have a large selection of medieval and Renaissance two-headed drums, Tabor drums, monks bells, jingle bells, and cymbals. Any percussion instrument adds depth to your music, whether you are a performer in a group or just like to play for fun. Our medieval drums and bells are top quality and totally functional. All of our drums come with a set of drum sticks.
This pair of crescent clackers are made from solid rosewood and have 2 sets of cymbals on each piece. The round grip is perfect for young players. The Crescent Cymbals are a perfect hand instrument for any Early Music performer.
The Hand Jingle Bells has a simple design with a solid wood handle and leather strap. Seven bells are attached to the leather strap. This cheery hand instrument may add just what you need to your music.
The Hand Sleigh Bells have a simple design, featuring a solid wood handle and 13 steel bells. This cheery hand instrument may add just what you need to your music. Wood grain and color may vary slightly.
The word tabor is derived from the Latin word for drum. We use the term tabor to refer to the two headed squat drums associated with the Fife and Drum. The thin shell of the tabor looks like a frame drum shell with two heads.