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Drum Dumplin

Origin: Bali

A drum dumpling is a drum which is played by twisting the hands in a rotating fashion. Twisting it from side to side with one hand allows the balls to rotate and hit both sides of the drum and create music from it.

This small piece of the light weight dumpling drum can be played easily with any side of the hand depending on the player. All you have to have to do it twist your small wrist from one side to another side. The handle comes in wooden material while the head is a little larger in width measurement. The wood used in the handle is pretty blond and the drum head is made from a material that has been recycled from natural animal skin.

The dumpling drum is a very popular instrument that is used in the cultural music of countries like India, Mongolia and even Tibet. You will frequently find the Tibetan Buddhist monks playing these dumpling drums in their ceremonies and in different uses. The beating music in the drum is produced by the small strikers. The small strikers are made from good quality wood and it is attached to either side of the drum head. It makes a great choice of instrument for all of your drum circles. It is also widely played to raise the energy level in your own personal work space.

This piece has been made by hand in Bali by local craftsmen. The drum head is double sided and is covered in goat skin. It was traditionally used by the human beings in order to be able to produce noise so that they can drive away the evil spirits during the ceremony of cleansing in a home or any space. It is also used widely in the modern day cleansing rituals to get rid of the evil spirits.


Drum Dumplin very good

These quite similar to ones in home country. Thanks lots.

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