Hosho Maracca, Sambabal musical instrument set
The hosho are Zimbabwean musical instruments consisting of a pair of maranka gourds with seeds. They typically contain hota (Canna indica) seeds inside them. The hosho are used to accompany Shona music, especially mbira music. They make a rattling sound that western ears may be unaccustomed to hearing.
A maraca, sometimes called rumba shaker or chac-chac, is a rattle which appears in many genres of Caribbean and Latin music. It is shaken by a handle and usually played as part of a pair.
Maracas produce different sounds depending on the outer material, inner fillings, and size, and they're common in many musical genres. In Cuban music: Musicians typically use maracas to keep the beat and supply rhythmic accompaniment in Cuban music genres like salsa, guaracha, son Cubano, cha cha chá, and mambo.
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Hosho Maracca, Sambabal, Set of 2 ( each of both )