Talking drums

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Drum. Fante people. Ghana Talking Drums, Valley College, Guinea Bissau, Benin, Sierra Leone, Togo, West Africa, African Art, Ghana
Drum
Drum. Fante people. Ghana
Types of African Drums Rhythm Instruments, Percussion Instruments, Hand Percussion, African Drum, African Music, African Style, Goth Mansion, Africa Central
Types of African Drums
Types of African Drums
Drum, Susu people ?, wood, hide, beads, Sierra Leonean ? Sierra Leonean, Maker Culture, Metropolitan Museum Of Art, Anthro, Fig, African, Beads
Susu people ? | Drum | Sierra Leonean ? | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Drum, Susu people ?, wood, hide, beads, Sierra Leonean ?
Batá Drums | A Batá drum is a double-headed drum shaped like an hourglass with one end larger than the other. The percussion instrument is used primarily for the use of religious or semi-religious purposes for the native culture from the land of Yoruba, located in Nigeria, as well as by worshippers of Santería in Cuba, Puerto Rico, and in the United States. Musical Instruments, Ifa Religion, Wall Frame Design, African Interior Design, Hand Drum, Afrocentric Art, Art Drawings For Kids
Batá Drums | A Batá drum is a double-headed drum shaped like an hourglass with one end larger than the other. The percussion instrument is used primarily for the use of religious or semi-religious purposes for the native culture from the land of Yoruba, located in Nigeria, as well as by worshippers of Santería in Cuba, Puerto Rico, and in the United States.
Africa | Drum “bata” from the Yoruba people of Nigeria | Wood, rotang, leather, conical form, decorated with coloured leather | “bata” is used for religious purposes, an example is the “egungun” worship. African Life, African Culture, Yoruba People, Drum Circle, Hand Drums, Art Premier, Art Africain
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Africa | Drum “bata” from the Yoruba people of Nigeria | Wood, rotang, leather, conical form, decorated with coloured leather | “bata” is used for religious purposes, an example is the “egungun” worship.
Royal shrine drums from the Yoruba people of Nigeria African Sculptures, African Wood Carvings, Male Witch
Royal shrine drums from the Yoruba people of Nigeria
Monika Ettlin
Monika Ettlin
GAMBIA . DJEMBE DRUMMER... African Dance, African Babies, African Animals, Haitian Art, The Gambia, Creative Class
GAMBIA . DJEMBE DRUMMER...
Lena Carlström
Lena Carlström
Kalangu (Talking drum)dance goup of the Southern Nigeria History Of Nigeria, Nigerian Fashion Designers, West African Countries, Nigerian Outfits, Diverse People
Kalangu (Talking drum)dance goup of the Southern Nigeria
Alvin Paul
Alvin Paul
Dundun Afro, College Library
Dundun
John Butorac
John Butorac
Image courtesy of Dorotheum. Thumb Piano, Africa Art, Adinkra, African Fabric, Tribal Art
February 2014
Image courtesy of Dorotheum.
February 2014 – Bruno Claessens Drummer, 3d Art, Monument, Objects
February 2014
February 2014 – Bruno Claessens
Gangan- Talking Drum African American Art, Black Rings, Rope, Entertaining, Human
Gangan- Talking Drum
Africa | Drum from the Yoruba people of Nigeria | Mid to late 20th century | Wood, hide, cloth and brass bells. Sound Of Music, Music Is Life, African American Artist
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Africa | Drum from the Yoruba people of Nigeria | Mid to late 20th century | Wood, hide, cloth and brass bells.
Monika Ettlin
Monika Ettlin
Music Instruments, Djembe Drum, Hula Dance, Art Pictures, Drum
Djembe Drum = Cries...Laughs...Talks!!! - Chief Yagbe Awolowo Onilu