Den-den daiko

compra careprost The den-den daiko (でんでん太鼓) is a Japanese pellet drum. It has two heads and is suspended on a rod, with beads or pellets hanging on threads on either sides of the body of the drum. The drum sounds when it is turned on its axis from side to side, causing the beads to strike the heads of the drum.
The drum is found in other cultures as well, including Tibet, Mongolia, India, China, Taiwan and Korea. It is often used in religious ritual, but it is often sold as a children’s toy or as a noisemaker at festival stalls.
The drum played a central role in the film The Karate Kid Part II.

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acheter theo-24 Traditional Japanese musical instruments

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Sanshin

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Tonkori

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Wind

Flutes and
oboes

Gakubue
Kagurabue
Komabue
Minteki
Nōkan
Ryūteki
Shinobue
Yokobue

Hichiriki
Hotchiku
Shakuhachi

Free-reed
pipes

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Horns

Horagai

Percussion

Drums

Kakko
Taiko

Ōtsuzumi
Shime-daiko
Tsuzumi

Tsuri-daiko
Ikko
San-no-tsuzumi
Den-den daiko

Blocks

Hyōshigi
Mokugyo
Sasara

Ita-sasara
Binzasara

Kokiriko
Shakubyoshi
Sanba

Gongs

Shōko
Kagura suzu
Kane

Others

Mukkuri

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