Musical spoons are a centuries-old instrument that we all know and love. They have been played as percussion instruments since antiquity, gaining special prominence in Irish and Celtic music. There are versions of the musical spoon all around the globe, from Brazil, Russia and Turkey to Canada and the United States. Our version of the musical spoons is what can be called the ‘’Canadian’’ adaptation. Attached together and handmade from maple wood; their unique design makes them easy to play, and gives them a unique and wonderful sound.
A unique gift
Heritage Musical Spoons are easy to learn and make for a truly exceptional gift for music lovers and musicians. This unique percussion instrument can be played alongside a whole array of instruments, including the guitar, ukulele, fiddle, drums and other melodic instruments. Plus its convenient size makes it easy to carry so you can have music wherever you are.
Musical awakening for children
Musical spoons are an excellent learning tool to teach kids the basics of music. Kids can explore and experiment with rhythm and timing, and they won't cost you hundreds of dollars in expensive lessons. Musical spoons are a great way to turn your kids on to a lifetime of music.
The large musical spoon is the most versatile size offered by Heritage Musical Spoons. The flat bottom cavity of the large spoon makes it easy to modulate and change the tones. This design is also the longer one which allows performing faster beats. It's the most popular size for musicians.
Handmade from Maplewood - 5 cm x 6 cm x 27 cm - 120g
The medium spoon produces a nice low tone. It's the perfect size for adults who wants to start playing the musical spoons as well as for kids from 6 years old. Its design is inspired by 2 traditional spoons joined together.
Handmade from Maplewood - 5.5 cm x 4 cm x 23 cm - 80g
The small spoon produces the highest tone of the 3 sizes. This is our entry-level size, it's also recommended for children from 3 to 6 years old. The name GIboulée means ''the first snow'', happening in early fall in Québec, Canada. Handmade from Maplewood - 4 cm x 4 cm x 21 cm - 57g