The Indian anklets (bells on leather) is an instrument which belongs to the group of percussion idiophones. For world musics and indian dance.
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The Indian anklets (bells on leather) is an instrument which belongs to the group of percussion idiophones, it is sometimes called Ghungaroo and is alternatively used to play the beat or give a pleasant tinkling quality to the overall musical arrangement.
For world musics and indian dance.
Although primarily used in dancing, anklets can be used on wrists by percussionists or other musicians.
This model is a pair of Indian ankle bracelets with 4 rows of bronze bells on a leather pillow.
Designed for Indian dancing, these anklets were cerfully handmade in New Delhi (India).
The bells are made from a special alloy which is responsible for their unique sound quality. Their sturdy fixing and the padded material of their “belt” make it confortable and easily adjustable to any ankle size (lace fastening).
Weight: 250 gr per anklet
Diameter of the bells: 12 mm (1/2 inch)