Darbuka

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The darbouka or derbouka, is a percussion instrument that is part of the membranophones. According to its variants, it is a vase strangled in the middle and covered at one of its ends with a membrane (fish skin, goat skin also). Today we find these cast iron instruments fitted with a plastic skin. Widespread throughout North Africa, Sub-Saharan ...

The darbouka or derbouka, is a percussion instrument that is part of the membranophones. According to its variants, it is a vase strangled in the middle and covered at one of its ends with a membrane (fish skin, goat skin also). Today we find these cast iron instruments fitted with a plastic skin. Widespread throughout North Africa, Sub-Saharan Africa, the Middle East and the Balkans. It dates from 1100 BC. J.-C. and it is one of the main percussion instruments of the Arab-Muslim world. It is related to the Persian zarb (also called tombak) of which ceramic versions still exist.We offer a wide variety of darbouka/darbouka in store. Sometimes luthier models. Do not hesitate to call us for more information.

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