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The tbilat is a percussion instrument from Morocco which resembles bongos and tabla. It consists in a pair of decorated pottery drums, each with different size. The skinheads are stretched by plaited gut cords. This membranophone is placed on the ground between the legs, and played with both hands.


  • Blades, James. Percussion instruments and their history. Bold Strummer Ltd; 4th edition (1992). ISBN 0933224613

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