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2 Headed Drums
Damroo is a small 2 headed drum also know as a Monkey talking drum
The Dhol is a two-headed drum used in Indian folk music from the northern Indian State of Punjab. It provides the percussion sound for the popular dance called the Bhangra.
In India, the dholak drum is an extremely popular percussion instrument commonly used in folk music and during marriage ceremonies.
The Djun-Djun is the generic name for a family of West African bass drums that developed alongside the djembe West Africa. Generally is played as an ensemble set.
The Hudak is a drum with a narrow waist, tuned & made to talk by squeezing the cords. Also see Talking Drums.
The Khol is a popular rhythm instrument in East Indian devotional and folk music.
The strap tuned Madal drum is tuned by the tension on the leather lacing. Held horizontally, both heads are played.
The Medieval style drums are made with two, rope tuned, skin heads that are rolled and stitched with the snare on the top head.
The Mridangam Drum is the principal percussion instrument in South Indian classical Carnatic music. It functions as a solo instrument, as well as an accompaniment for vocals and ensembles.
In India, the Naal is an extremely popular two headed drum commonly used in folk music and during marriage ceremonies.
The nagara or Nagah is a folk drum performed in Armenia, Georgia, Turkey , Azerbaijan and other Caucasus region.
The Tabor Drum is a two headed squat drums associated with the Fife and Drum.
The Talking Drum is a drum with a narrow waist, tuned & made to talk by squeezing the cords. Also see Hudak.
The Tupan Drum or Davul, Tabl baladi, is a two-headed drum, rope or bolt tuned with a deep booming voice.