double-skin drum

photo: Waldemar Kielichowski © Institute of Music and Dance, Warsaw

Classification: 2 Membranophones / 21 Struck drums / 211 Drums struck directly / 211.2 Tubular drums / 211.21 Cylindrical drums / 211.212 Double-skin cylindrical drums / 211.212.1 Individual double-skin cylindrical drums / 211.212.11 Individual double-skin cylindrical drums, one skin used for playing / 211.212.11-92 With membrane lapped onto a hoop
Maker: Unknown
Date: before World War II
Village / Town: Grzegorzówka
Region: Subcarpathia
Country: Poland
Owner: Franciszek Kotula Ethnographic Museum in Rzeszów
Inventory number: MRE 8018
Description: two skins made of unprocessed leather pulled on two sides over a cylindrical metal body, fastened using two metal hoops; skin tension is regulated with 8 metal screws; three metal springs inside, underneath one of the membranes, for sound enrichment; the instrument was played with wooden drumsticks
Decoration: metal frame coated with red paint
Measurements: 300 x 90 mm
Materials: wood, leather, metal
Performance practice: component of folk bands
Catalog card by: Jolanta Pękacz / Zbigniew J. Przerembski

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