Pair of Clappers

Egypt, New Kingdom, 1550-1070 BCE
Wood, each: 9 13/16 1 1/16 1/4 in. (24.92 2.7 0.64 cm)
Gift of Jerome F. Snyder
LACMA #M.80.202.165a-b
My photo barely shows the holes at one end and the glyphs. This crop of the museum photo shows the glyphs more clearly:

We can recognize the glyphs for "noble", "shepsi" (Gardiner A52):

The "flag" glyph means "netjer" ("god"), and there's part of the "hotep" glyphs. Perhaps there's the meaning of making music to please the gods?