Central Asian flute.
Small reed flute. Morocco.
Small hand-gong used in traditional Korean music and dance.
A plucked zither also known as guqin. China.
End blown vertical flute originating in the Andean region of South America. Crafted from bone, bamboo or various woods.
A larger version of the Andean quena.
Medieval Andalusian zither related to the qanun. Spain.
Quijada de burro
The dried jawbone of a dead donkey used as a rattle or scraper used across Spanish-speaking America. It’s sometimes ornamented with bells in Peru. Also known as quijada and charrasca.
Quinto means fifth in Spanish. It’s a barrel drum, played vertically. The quinto is the smallest and highest pitched of the tumbadora (conga) drums. Cuba.
Clapper made out of 15 cane tubes. Colombia.
Percussion instrument made from bamboo. Bamboo tubes of various lengths are struck against the ground crating a unique sound that in Spanish sounds like Qui-ti-plá (kee-tee-plah). Venezuela.