Tambora (Venezuelan drum)

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Furro and Tambora de gaita

In Gaita Zuliana music, from Venezuela, in South America, the tambora is a one-headed drum played with sticks. The player can sit on it or put it between his or her legs to perform rhythms on the instrument, sticking on the head, on the rim or on the body of the drum.


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