The lakara spoons clapper is made from solid wood, it is incredibly easy to play and you can get some excellent sounds from it. To play it simply slap the spoons against the palm of your hand, leg, or anything you would like and it will produce loud clapping sounds. You can produce different types of sounds based on the speed and pressure that you play. Children can use them as part of a musical band or adults in orchestras, they are lightweight and are easy to play.
The spoons are popular around the world and are a widely recognised musical instrument particularly making their way into the folk music genre. In American folk music the spoons are played accompanying other every day objects that are used as instruments. In British folk music the spoons accompany the fiddle. The greek variation of the spoons is known as a koutalakia; these instruments were popular among Anatolian greeks and the music is often played in a rhythm alongside dancers. The spoons are also often used In Canada, and throughout Russian orchestras. In Turkey the spoons are known as Kaşıklar and are often made from boxwood which is from the genus; Buxaceae.
- Beautiful and sustainable suar wood
- Not suitable for children under 5
- Handcrafted in Indonesia
- Perfect for schools and small bands
Weight & dimensions
Size: 25cm x 6cm
Product Type: Clapper
Pattern: Natural grain
Material details: Suar wood
Display type: Free standing
Product Care: Do not immerse in water
Country of Origin: Indonesia