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Native Ceremonial Drums

Native Ceremonial Drums

ceremonial drumsAuthentic Native ceremonial drums are each unique and were received directly from the Indian drummer who used it following the Semana Santa Ceremony. Tarahumara ceremonial drums have been used in the Holy week festival of the Tarahumara Indian people and come from deep in the Sierra Madre Mountains. The Tarahumara people use ceremonial drums during their ceremonies as a call to gather the people. Tarahumara ceremonial hoop drums have a great voice. During the festival you can hear the sound of the Native drums throughout the mountain villages for miles.

  • Hand painted Navajo Drum Beater

    Hand Painted Navajo Drum Beater (db4)

    MSRP: $49.95
    Sale Price: $40.95
    This is a genuine Native American Navajo Indian drum beater for hand drumming. Carefully handcrafted of soft deer skin leather, hand stitched and tied, this is a high quality drum beater. A unique feature of this beater is the hand painted handle with a...
    SKU:
    drumbeater-4
    MSRP: $49.95
    Sale Price: $40.95