Instruments $60 to $100(35 items)
Welcome to the Instruments $60 to $100 Collection at NOVICA.
Featured Reviews on Instruments $60 to $100
Just what I wanted
I ve been haunted by the sounds of the pan flute ever since I came back from a trip to the Andes. I hope I will be able to do justice to this beautiful instrument. It s masterfully constructed and has a lovely sound even though I m still learning how to play.
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.
This is used at my NonProfit -African Djembe.org
We at the AfricanDjembe.org love and cherish this product used as one of the first to teach our children of African and Indigenous descent about the history of African Drums. Founder & CEO Safiyyah R. Muhammad african firstname.lastname@example.org
Christopher Nyasafo African masks, wood sculptures and djembe drums
"My favorite thing about this craft is making people happy with my creations."
"The years I've been working with you have been my best years ever. I have seen a lot of marvelous changes in terms of my designing, finances and family life. Family-wise, I have been able to cater for my own children's education to the Tertiary level, as well as the... read more
Popular Instruments $60 to $100
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 Hammered Singing Bowl with Raintree Wood Striker, "Singing Healer"$64.95
Embrace the musical properties of meditation with this beautiful Thai healing bowl by Charles. The brass bowl features a timeless hammered finish that adds texture and illumination to any space. The raintree wood striker makes a soothing sound when hit against the bowl. Originating in Tibet, such standing bells or singing bowls often accompany Buddhist chanting and meditation.
Peruvian Bamboo Wind Panpipe with Case, "Andean Zampona"$99.99
This authentic panpipe is called a - the flute of the Andes that dates back to the Inca empire. The instrument, crafted of bamboo, is comprised of a concave arrangement of 23 pipes. Each pipe is slightly shorter than the next, and each one produces a unique pitch.
The flute arrives in a carrying case that emulates handloomed Inca textiles.