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  • Two goat skin heads are tied to a wood frame with hemp rope. A hemp snare is tied to 1 head. The taking part in surface is concerning 13". The drum is concerning four.5" deep. every drum is shipped with a combine of taking part in sticks. English word "tabor" comes from the Latin word for drum. nowadays we tend to use the term tympan or talk over with the 2 headed squat drums related to the transverse flute and Drum. the skinny shell of the tympan, sounds like a frame drum shell with 2 heads. The shell is historically tin that the light-weight weight instrument can be carried, and played, for long periods of your time. The heads square measure sometimes rope tuned with a snare on one aspect. Players sometimes suspend the drum from the forearm whereas victimisation one stick with strike the snared head. The tympan is suspended by a strap from the forearm, somewhere between the elbow and radiocarpal joint. they ought to ne'er be vie on a drum stand; which might muffle the sound.If you don't get what you want or have question related to our products please don't hesitate to call us at +49 30 55273645 or send an email through our contact-us page. We are glad to help.

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    1. muzikhausberlin Tabor Drum 14 inch
      €65.00

      Two goat skin heads are tied to a wooden frame with hemp rope. A hemp snare is tied to one head. The Playing surface is about 13". The drum is about 4.5" deep. Each drum is shipped with a pair of playing sticks. The English word "tabor" is derived from the Latin word for drum. Today we use the term tabor or refer to the two headed squat drums associated with the Fife and Drum. The thin shell of the tabor, looks like a frame drum shell with two heads. The shell is traditionally tin so the light weight instrument could be carried, and played, for long periods of time. The heads are usually rope tuned with a snare on one side. Players usually hang the drum from the forearm while using one stick to strike the snared head. The tabor is suspended by a strap from the forearm, somewhere between the elbow and wrist. They should never be played on a drum stand; which would muffle the sound. Today Tabors have a variety of names that reflect the cultures that play them as well as the different sizes of drum.

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    2. muzikhausberlin Tabor Drum 12 inch
      €57.00

      Two goat skin heads are tied to a wooden frame with hemp rope. A hemp snare is tied to one head. The Playing surface is about 11.5". The drum is about 4.5" deep. Each drum is shipped with a playing sticks. The English word "tabor" is derived from the Latin word for drum. Today we use the term tabor or refer to the two headed squat drums associated with the Fife and Drum. The thin shell of the tabor, looks like a frame drum shell with two heads. The shell is traditionally tin so the light weight instrument could be carried, and played, for long periods of time. The heads are usually rope tuned with a snare on one side. Players usually hang the drum from the forearm while using one stick to strike the snared head. The tabor is suspended by a strap from the forearm, somewhere between the elbow and wrist. They should never be played on a drum stand; which would muffle the sound. Today Tabors have a variety of names that reflect the cultures that play them as well as the different sizes of drum.

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    3. muzikhausberlin Tabor Drum 9 inch
      €45.00

      Two goat skin heads are tied to a wooden frame with hemp rope. A hemp snare is tied to one head. The Playing surface is about 8.75". The drum is about 4.5" deep. Each drum is shipped with a playing sticks. The English word "tabor" is derived from the Latin word for drum. Today we use the term tabor or refer to the two headed squat drums associated with the Fife and Drum. The thin shell of the tabor, looks like a frame drum shell with two heads. The shell is traditionally tin so the light weight instrument could be carried, and played, for long periods of time. The heads are usually rope tuned with a snare on one side. Players usually hang the drum from the forearm while using one stick to strike the snared head. The tabor is suspended by a strap from the forearm, somewhere between the elbow and wrist. They should never be played on a drum stand; which would muffle the sound. Today Tabors have a variety of names that reflect the cultures that play them as well as the different sizes of drum.

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