tabla

pair of small drums fundamental (since the 18th century) to Hindustani music of northern India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh. The higher-pitched of the ... [2 related articles]
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Tabla

==History== The roots for tabla invention are found in India. The carvings in Bhaja Caves in the state of Maharashtra in India shows a woman playing Tabla and another woman performing a dance, dating back to 200 BC. Taals has developed since the Vedic or Upanishad eras in India. as a result Pushkar was in existence long before even the Pakhawaj. I...
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tabla

Pair of drums used in North Indian (Hindustani) music both for accompaniment (to vocal, instrumental, and dance performance) and as a solo instrument. The smaller drum, played with the right hand, is barrel-shaped and made of wood. It is tuned to the Sa (system tonic). The larger drum, player with the left hand, is kettle-...
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Tabla

NB Egyptian: single headed, hour glass-shaped drum, used by Hassam Ramzy.
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Tabla

(or tabla-bayan)
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Tabla

Pair of single-headed, tuned drums used in north Indian classical music.
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