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Membranófono	 Tipo: Tambor	 Topónimo: Tanzania	 Cultura: Makonde	 Materiales: Madera y piel	 Dimensiones: Alt. 26 cm; Diám. 17 cm	 Datación: Siglo XIX

Membranófono Tipo: Tambor Topónimo: Tanzania Cultura: Makonde Materiales: Madera y piel Dimensiones: Alt. 26 cm; Diám. 17 cm Datación: Siglo XIX

Drum (Igbin) early to century Wood and hide x x cm x 15 x 19 in. Benenson, B. Collection Geography: Made in Guinea Coast, Nigeria Culture: Yoruba

AFRICAN DRUM - Baule People, Ivory Coast, Bandama River Region, Wedding Drum carved with faces of couple apart and together, with hide drum head, fibre and thong binding, 19th c.

Wedding drum from the Baule people of the Bandama River Region of the Ivory Coast.

Africa | Drum from the Akan people of Ghana | Wood, hide and pigment | 20th century

Drum decorated with palm trees, animals, crescent and organic shapes. Akan people of Ghana.

Africa | Drum from the Kuba people of DR Congo | Wood, hide, plant fiber and metal | Mid 20th century

RD Congo ~ Drum from the Kuba people ~ Wood, hide, plant fiber and metal ~ Mid century

Chokwe Wood Drum,  Zaire | ADAC  Like Jacob's that Amy just brought back from Mali Africa - SHopkins

Chokwe Wood Drum, Zaire | ADAC Like Jacob's that Amy just brought back from Mali Africa - SHopkins

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