Thammettama

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The two drums are of different sizes and while the right one produces a louder sound, the left one produces a looser sound. The drums which have only the top side covered with the skin of the cattle. The wood used is from Jak trees. They used special sticks to play drums and the wood is from a creeper known as Kirindi or tiny roots of tamarind trees.

Description

Traditional Drum Materials

Drum bodies: Wood from the Jak or kohomba

Drum heads: cattle skin

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