Tambora

[Venezuelan drum] In Gaita Zuliana music, from Venezuela, in South America, the tambora is a one-headed drum played with sticks. The player can sit on it or put it between his or her legs to perform rhythms on the instrument, sticking on the head, on the rim or on the body of the drum. ...
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tambora

Two-headed goat skin drum, held across the player's lap, that provides characteristic heart-throb merengue beat. One head is played with a stick and the other is played with the hand.
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Tambora

[civilization] Picture of entrance to Kensington Court Gardens ...
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Tambora

Tambora (täm'buru) , active volcano, N Sumbawa, Nusa Tenggara Barat prov., Indonesia, rising to 9,255 ft (2,821 m). The volcano's 1815 eruption was Indonesia's biggest and one of the world's most destructive in historical times, killing an estimated 50,000–90,000 people, destroying th...
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Tambora

[Dominican drum] The Dominican tambora (from the Spanish word tambor, meaning `drum`) is a two headed drum played in merengue music. In many countries, especially the Dominican republic, tamboras were made from salvaged rum barrels. Performers on the tambora are referred to as tamboreros. ==Types== There are three types of tambora for the m...
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