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    • Type: Sub-New Feature
    • Status: Closed
    • Priority: Normal
    • Resolution: Incomplete
    • Affects Version/s: None
    • Fix Version/s: (enzforgci)
    • Component/s: Percussion instrument
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      Child of INST-630: Create clapper tree


      Name: Lummi sticks, groups of wooden dowels tapped against each other to create a rhythm.

      Aliases: "Lemmi sticks" (ref, ref), "Maori Sticks" (Sometimes seen as different instrument, sometimes used synonymously with Lemmi sticks ref, ref, ref)

      WikidataQ6703366

      Origin: First seen used by the Lummi Native American Tribe (ref), who lived on the Eastern side of Washington State (ref). They have also been seen in a game played by the Maoris of New Zealand (ref), and has since been played by scout groups all around the world (ref).

      Type ofRhythm sticks

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      DisambiguationA group of wooden dowels often used in its respective Lummi sticks game.

      DescriptionGroups of wooden dowels tapped together to create rhythm for simple rhythm games played by Scout groups across the globe. Each stick is around 7 inches long, and 1 inch wide. Lummi sticks are said to have originated from the Lummi Native American tribe.

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              zaphodbeeblebrox CatQuest, the Endeavouring Cat!
              Reporter:
              Ge0rg3 George Omnet
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