This quality trio of percussion instruments is a 'must' for any active music group. Includes wooden Xylophone, two Bongo drums(high and low sound) and Finger Cymbals. Encourages free expression and participation.

This quality trio of percussion instruments is a 'must' for any active music group.

An activity that encourages participation and free expression. Highly suitable for people of all ages and abilities, especially anyone who has dementia.

A ready to go activity with endless possibilities - play along with a music CD, or invent your own 'sound'. Play sound effects to someone reading out a play or story. A great addition to a care home, day centre or school.

Set includes a wooden Xylophone - size (l) 42cm x (w) 24cm x (d) 4cm giving a professional sound through the register.

Bongos - well made with tough durable skin and high and low drums - size: (h) 25cm x (dia) 30cm.

Cymbals - mini finger cymbals for easy playing.

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