dhol

(from the article `bass drum`) ...been constructed. British orchestras often use a larger type of one-headed bass drum known as a gong drum. Similar large cylindrical drums are the ...
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Dhol

Dhol (Devanagari:ढोल, Khowar: {Nastaliq|دھول}, ঢোল, Gurmukhi:ਢੋਲ, Urdu: {Nastaliq|ڈھول}, ঢোল) can refer to any one of a number of similar types of double-headed drum widely used, with regional variations, throughout the Indian subcontinent. Its range of distribution in India, Bangladesh and Pakistan primarily includ...
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Dhol

[Kirat] Dhol is the drum looking like traditional musical instrument mostly used by Kirat community in eastern Nepal. Its purpose is similar while comparing with other cultures around the world but significantly differs the looks and the process involved in making of it. ...
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