Musicians use chopsticks, called drumsticks, to beat the drum, hit the gong, etc…
The conductor uses a small baton, what's called the baton, to direct it.
The drum is struck with two drumsticks or drumsticks.
The bass drum is struck with a mace, finished in a soft head, that produces a dull, rumbling sound.
The drummer of a group does not only play with his hands, but also with one foot. Depressing a pedal actuates a plush-headed mallet that strikes the drum.
The tympanist beats the eardrum with two plush-headed sticks.
He glockenspiel Produces a bell-like sound when played with two round-headed toothpicks, called maces. Glockenspiel is a german word that means “bell concert”.
There are musicians who also use maces to play xylophones and marimbas..