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date: 15 January 2021


  • Alastair Dick


Large goblet drum of Kashmir. It is similar and related to the tombak of Iran and the zirbaghali of Afghanistan; like the latter, it is usually made of pottery. It is held horizontally on the seated player’s lap and left thigh and played with both hands. It is usually played in folk music and to accompany wedding songs such as ...

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