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  • Mícheál O Súilleabháin,
  • Sandra Joyce
  •  and Niall Keegan


Single-headed frame drum of Ireland. The membrane, which is normally goatskin but could be deer-, greyhound-, ass-, foal-, or horse-skin, is usually nailed to the frame. It is played either with the hand or, more commonly, a stick about 20 cm long, which is usually carved from ash, holly or hickory wood and is also known as a ‘tipper’ or ...

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Galpin Society Journal