Drum Darbuka


Darbuka/ MOZAYEEK (Fiber Glass Drum)


Darbouka is a Middle Eastern percussion instrument shaped like a bowl that can be made in pottery, or metal and cover with a Animal skin. The origin of this instrument dates back to the Babylonian antiquity, that is to say roughly 1100 before BC.
The goblet-shaped single headed hand-drum is an ancient drum. It was originally played in Egypt, Armenia and Turkey. The darbuka is considered to be the leader of percussion instruments in the Middle East. The origin of darbuka has its roots in the Oriental music, where distinctive rhythms are quite common. However, in the latter years, Darbuka made its way into Western music.


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