• 3 x regular hardwood beaters. Our professionally crafted bodhrán beaters. Our beaters are crafted from wood with medium weight at one end for added swing. Seán Ó Riada declared the bodhrán to be the native drum of the ancient Celts, suggesting that it was possibly used originally for winnowing or wool dying, with a musical history that predated Christianity, native to southwest Ireland. However, according to musician Ronan Nolan, former editor of Irish Music magazine, the bodhrán evolved in the mid-19th century from the tambourine, which can be heard on some Irish music recordings dating back to the 1920s. A large oil painting on canvas from 1833 by Daniel Maclise (1806–1870) depicts a Halloween house party where a tambourine-style bodhrán features clearly.
  • Beater with a notch.
  • Wooden musical spoons including instructions.
  • Ebony Bones

    Ebony Bones with Instructions
  • Treatment Wax
  • Placemats

  • Coasters

    Circular with assorted celtic designs on each


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