An objet d'art, it also has artistic merit and can be proudly displayed in your home, classroom, studio, or the workplace for decorative purpose.
Inspired by percussion instruments used in Ancient Egyptian culture, the Tahya Ceremonial Systrum is designed to be used in a variety of ways adding a wonderful new texture to chanting, dancing and/or drumming experiences.
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The possible combinations or reeds of can produce hundreds of sounds. The male shruti has a deeper sound than the female.
To play, open one or more reeds by pushing the toggle to the side, unlatch the integral bellows and unlatch the reeded side. It is essential that at least one reed be open when you pump the bellows.
Each shruti box has a handle and metal feet for easy placement during play. It also comes with a soft zippered case for storage and transport. Color may vary from photo. Approximate measurements: 16" L x 12" W x 2.75" D.