Clapper (musical instrument)

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Pair of clappers

A clapper is a basic form of percussion instrument. It is made of two long solid pieces that are clapped together to make sound.

Clappers exist in many forms in many different cultures around the world. They can be made of a wide variety of material. Wood is most common, but metal and ivory have also been used.