Handbells (Europe) Pitched bells with internal clapper.
Hembra (Cuba) Larger timbale drum.
Hyoshigi (Japan) Wooden blocks struck together.
Iba see Sistrum.
Itótele & Iyá (Cuba) Bata drums.
Iyesá Drums (Africa) Cylindrical double headed drums.
Japanese Temple Bell Very large single bells often struck with a log for the most resonance.
Japanese Wood Block Circular block with resonating chamber underneath.
Jingling Johnny also Turkish crescent or schellenbaum Bells on a stand, often used in military/ceremonial occasions.
Kalimba or Thumb Piano (Africa) see Marimbula.
Kanjira (India) Tambourine.
Karkabas (Morocco) metal castanets.
Khanjari (India) Tambourine.
Kokoriko (Japan) Wooden slats strung together.
Kpanlogo (Africa) peg drum, similar to small conga.
Leaf Whistle (Aboriginal/ Australia)- Folded leaf.
Lions Roar (Western) See Cuica.
Log Drum (Africa) carved out of a large log.
Lujon (USA) Pitched metal plates with resonating tubes.
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