Tahya Ceremonial Systrum

"This sistrum looks authentic
and has a rich volume of sound...
"

Glen Velez, Master Percussionist and Composer;
Founding Father of Modern Frame Drum Movement

 

Inspired by ancient percussion,
infusing new life into your music,
y
ou definitely want this beautiful
Ceremonial Systrum

in your home, classroom, music studio....
in your hand!

 

Awaken your creativity & rejuvenate a sense of joy
Brighten an orchestra's rhythm section
Display as decorative item in your home or office
Enhance your band's sound on stage or in the studio
Enliven a drum circle & Enrich ceremonial events
Expand your world music instrument collection
Instigate healing rhythms practice ~ e.g., Music Therapists empower clients w/ physical challenges
Teachers: Bring ancient civilization studies alive 
and more, more, more...

 

We are pleased to present the Tahya Ceremonial Systrum™ ~ a vibrant instrument that enhances your music making; it is applicable to professional, collegiate and community percussion ensembles.

A robust instrument, standing 16" high, this beautiful instrument is handcrafted from rosewood with nickel silver jingles strung on rods deliberately snake-shaped in keeping with its historical aspects.

An objet d'art it also has artistic merit. Proudly display this sistrum in your home, classroom, studio or workplace for decorative purpose.

 

ORDER YOUR TAHYA CEREMONIAL SYSTRUM™ NOW!

 

Queen Nefaratari holding sistrum

Percussion instruments used in Ancient Egyptian culture inspired the Tahya Ceremonial Systrum™.

Designed to be used in a variety of ways, it adds a wonderful new texture to musical, chanting, drum & dance experiences.

May this beautifully crafted instrument empower hand-drumming enthusiasts who may have found difficulty with various techniques or limited by arthritis or other challenge(s) to thus discover the joy of playing percussion ala this wonderful, historic and easy-to-use instrument associated with rich millennia-old traditions.

 

 

ORDER YOUR SYSTRUM!

 

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