INSTRUMENTS

Marímbula

The Marímbula is an instrument of African influences strongly associated with the Caribbean region. Consists of a sounding board constructed of plywood, on whose top are sprayed six metal blades, tuned in different heights, which produce a bass sound. It is a very important tool in Africo-Cuban music, which is usually used as harmonic support.

I-MAR

€ 280,00

Genebres

The Genebres is a Portuguese traditional instrument consists of a series of small sticks round and massive organized by size in descending order. At the large end, the instrument features a leather strap, adjustable, normally used to support the instrument neck. The instrument is played by holding the other end with your hand and scraping or striking the sticks with a small anvil. The Genebres MISSOM® are built in various woods (hickory, rosewood Bahia, among others), and finishing as eco-friendly with natural bee wax. Dimensions: 16 sticks round mass with different sizes.

I-GEN

ON REQUEST

Chincalhos

The Chincalhos MISSOM® are produced from selected Hickory wood and have four pairs of metal jingles with a handle. It is played by stirring or percussion. This instrument is part of the tools developed by or for children in their play, being an active element in processions or the singing of Janeiras or Kings Day, by groups door to door. Dimensions: Ruler with 13,78 inch and 4 pairs of jingles.

I-CHI

€ 35,00

Cajon Peruano

Built in 0,47 inch birch plywood, the Cajon Flamenco MISSOM® allows control of some tones of the instrument, adjusting the musical or technical needs of each, thanks to a system of seven tuners front (only ¼ of the tabletop is fixed), allowing them to set the lid in different ways to the resonance box. In addition to these tuners, inside it is still possible to adjust the tension of the fillers, through a system developed by MISSOM®. The Cajon is an instrument that originated in Peru in the colonial era and was developed by enslaved African cultures. At that time, were seized boxes and drawers to make this instrument, which became the primary rhythmic accompaniment of popular tunes.

I-CP

€ 154,00

Cajon Flamenco

Built in 12 mm birch plywood, the Cajon Flamenco MISSOM® allows control of some tones of the instrument, adjusting the musical or technical needs of each, thanks to a system of seven tuners front (only ¼ of the tabletop is fixed), allowing them to set the lid in different ways to the resonance box. In addition to these tuners, inside it is still possible to adjust the tension of the fillers, through a system developed by MISSOM®. The Cajon is an instrument that originated in Peru in the colonial era and was developed by enslaved African cultures. At that time, were seized boxes and drawers to make this instrument, which became the primary rhythmic accompaniment of popular tunes.

I-CF

ON REQUEST

Reque-Reque Popular

The Reques-Reques MISSOM® are built birch plywood or wood selected cedar and decorated according to some typical characters of the Portuguese popular culture, such as the police, priest, peasant and peasant, the small boy and hot girl. Comprising a stick notched on which shaves another stick at the desired pace, usually a reed, sometimes with tin jingles to enrich the sound. This rhythmic instrument exists in Portugal and in Brazil, but in continental Portugal the Reque-Reque Popular diffusion is restricted.

I-RRP

ON REQUEST

Adufes Zé Salgueiro

I-AZS

ON REQUEST

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