Impressive musical demonstration of a kashaka

Senegalese musician Salliou made his own kashaka, a type of twin ball rattle on a string. Listen to him show how many sounds his ingenious creation can make.

According to YouTuber R Sánchez, these instruments go by many names around the world:

African Shaky Egg
Aoka (Côte D'Ivoire)
Asalato (Japan)
Asarato (Japan)
Aslato (Ghana - Ga)
Aslatua (Ghana - Twi / Ashanti)
Bakayo (Gambia)
Banakula (USA)
Ball Shakers (USA) Boogiballs (Australia)
Cas-Cas Shaker
Cha Cha (Cameroon)
Click-Clack-Calabash Rattle
Dopplerassel (Germany)
Ishratua
Kangaroo
Kash Kasha (Sudan)
Kashaka (Canada, Global) Kassang Kassang (Senegal-Djola)
Kasskass (France)
Kasso Kasso (Mali)
Kasso Kassoni (Mali)
Kesskess (France)
Kissen Kissen (France) Kiseng Kiseng (Senegal)
Kitikpo (Ghana-Ewe)
Koko Rattle
Kosika (USA)
Kosso Kossoni (Mali)
Kpon Kpon (Ghana-in the street)
N'chakala (Indonesia?)
Patica (Japan)
Petit Balafon (Burkina Fasso)
Po Po (Ghana-in the street)
Shak Shaka (Sudan)
Shake Shake (Sierra Leone)
Salicaba (Gambia-Sonike)
Salogoba (Gambia-Malinke)
Sympatika (USA)
Televi (USA, Ghana-Ewe)
Terebi (Japan)
Thelevi (Togo)
Twin Ball Rattle (USA)

Kashakas en Senegal (YouTube / R Sánchez)

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