Huehuetl

The huēhuētl ˈweːweːt͡ɬ is a percussion instrument from Mexico, used by the Aztecs and other cultures. It is an upright tubular drum made from a wooden body opened at the bottom that stands on three legs cut from its base, with skin stretched over the top. It can be beaten by hand or wood mallet. ==Terminology== ==Gallery== File:Huehuetl.jp...
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huehuetl

(from the article `Native American music`) ...languages, while other Central Mexican groups sing in Spanish. The most widely known musical instruments from this area are the log drum ... ...and has a wooden handle attached to the frame; the head is made from caribou hide, and the drum is played by striking the edge of the rim rather ......
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