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Dance drum of the Monjombo people of the Ubangi region, the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Djumo is also reportedly the Mandinko word for bougarabou, a West African goblet or conical drum with rope-tuned antelope-, calf-, or goatskin head, open at the base and often decoratively carved and varnished, and commonly played by hand in groups of three or four to back up ...

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