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Long, open, single-headed hourglass drum of the Barma people of Chad. Its head is laced by cords to a ring surrounding the body two-thirds of the way down. The head, waxed in the centre, is struck with both hands. The drum is used as part of an instrumental ensemble to encourage canoeists and give them strength....

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