West Africa

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[History of West African musical instruments] Dundun: Folk instruments

Dundun is a general term for the West African drum family developed with the djembe of the Mande Drum Ensemble. A cylindrical drum with rawhide skins on both ends, and the drum is played with a stick. This drum is a very popular drum in West Africa.
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[West African Musical Instrument History] Talking Drum: Ethnic Music

The Talking drum is a traditional instrument of West African countries. By tightening or loosening the rope with a small drum, you can play and play the pitch as a word. This drum is said to have been used by people in West Africa, for a wish of good harvest and faith in God.
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[History of West African musical instruments] Djembe: Folk musical instruments

Djembe is a percussion instrument that has been passed down from generation to generation at tribal festivals and ceremonies on the Atlantic coast of West Africa. It is said to have a history of 3000 years. Depending on how you hit it, you can hit the three tones of bass, middle, and treble. It has a strong religious background and was the most important instrument for taking the rhythm of songs and dances during ceremonies such as harvesting.
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[History of West African Musical Instruments] Ewe drum: Folk Instruments

Ewe drum is a drum unique to West Africa. A very rare instrument known as the Eweian drums of Ghana, Togo and Benin. This drum is not a generally recognized instrument, but it is one of the recognized instruments in West Africa.
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