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Rainstick

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Sukhmeet Hundal

on 27 January 2016

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Transcript of Rainstick

Rainstick
How does it look?
The rainstick looks like a hollow tube. That has two closed sides on each side. It has small dots all over.
What materials is it made from?
Where was it originated?
Uncertain of where it was originated, some theories include Peru, Aztecs, Southeast Asia, Africa, and african diaspora.
What materials is it made from?
It is a long, hollow tube partially filled with small pebels or beans that has small pins or thorns arranged on its inside surface. Dried cactus bush is also used on the rainstick.
When was it invented? Who invented it?
The rainstick was first designed in the 20th century. There is no specific person who invented it.
When is the instrument used?
People use this when they want a rainstorm. It is believed that it will bring a rainstorm if it is being played. People use the rainstick when the weather is droughty.
What family is it from?
A rainstick is from the percussion family.
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