- Theme: Djembe Drums
We at the AfricanDjembe.org love and cherish this product used as one of the first to teach our children of African and Indigenous descent about the history of African Drums. Founder & CEO Safiyyah R. Muhammad african email@example.com
This drum is everything to me and I have been drumming for about 20 years now. This djembe is untuned out of the box so you need to learn how to tune it. Once you do it will open a world of possibilities. I can go to open mics and jam with performers with this djembe and produce amazing results. It happens time and time again. I cannot stress enough how happy I am with this drum. Thank you so much!
Turtle-Themed Mahogany Mini Djembe Drum from Bali, "Turtle Beat"
The perfect home accessory for simple decor or for playing entrancing beats, this mini djembe drum is handcrafted of mahogany by Balinese artisans. Trisna Dewi presents the drum, featuring the relief image of sea turtles that encircles the bottom. A leather head completes the drum, accentuated with colorful nylon cord.
Elephant-Themed Mahogany Mini Djembe Drum from Bali, "Elephant Music"
The perfect home accessory for simple decor or for playing entrancing music, this mini djembe drum is handcrafted of mahogany by Balinese artisans. Trisna Dewi presents the drum, featuring the relief image of elephants that encircle the bottom. A leather head completes the drum, accentuated with colorful nylon cord.
African Wood Djembe Drum, "Sword of Justice"
Colors burst with every inviting beat of this extraordinary djembe drum. First used in Benin for voodoo rituals, djembe drums now enliven celebrations around the world. Ernestina Oppong Asante combines a passion for carving with music, resulting in a traditional instrument with contemporary flair. The base is carved from tweneboa, a local hardwood of golden grain that highlights the engaging designs. Oppong applies shoe and mansion polish to enhance the wood's smooth, radiant appearance. Iron rod rings are attached to the mouth of the drum and wrapped with cotton to prevent rusting. Through these rings nylon ropes are double-woven, securely fastening the goatskin drumhead. Bright kente cloths adorn the upper part, while the base features brass inlay and majestic beaded swords.
West African Hand Carved Wood Mini Djembe Goblet Drum, "Gathering"
In West African tradition, a , or rope-tuned, skin-covered goblet drum, is to be played with bare hands and with a purpose; the name stems from the saying, which translates to "everyone gather together in peace." Ghanaian artisan Christopher Nyasafo hand carves this mini djembe drum's base from the hardwood of a tweneboa tree and covers it with dried goat skin leather before fitting cotton-wrapped iron rod rings to the drum's mouth. The artisan then paints the drum green and yellow, and lays knit black nylon cord in an elegant design all around its surface.