THON  The thon and rammana (Thai: โทนรำมะนา, pronounced [tʰoːn ram.ma.naː] are hand drums played as a pair in Thai classical music. It consists of two drums: the thon (โทน), a goblet drum with a ceramic or wooden body) and the rammana (รำมะนา), a small frame drum. They are used usually in the khruang sai ensemble. The thon gives a low pitch and the rammana gives a high pitch. Earlier in the 20th century, the thon and rammana were sometimes played separately.

THON The thon and rammana (Thai: โทนรำมะนา, pronounced [tʰoːn ram.ma.naː] are hand drums played as a pair in Thai classical music. It consists of two drums: the thon (โทน), a goblet drum with a ceramic or wooden body) and the rammana (รำมะนา), a small frame drum. They are used usually in the khruang sai ensemble. The thon gives a low pitch and the rammana gives a high pitch. Earlier in the 20th century, the thon and rammana were sometimes played separately.

REGAL  El órgano de regalía o regal (también conocido como órgano de regalías, órgano de lengüetería, regales, regalas, regalos real y realejo) es un órgano de reducidas dimensiones normalmente transportable y a veces emplazado en lugar fijo (sobre una mesa o en el suelo). Está formado por un solo teclado manual y un único registro de lengüeta batiente, normalmente en diapasón de ocho pies. Su extensión es de unas tres octavas. Para generar el aire, cuenta con un par de fuelles de cuña…

REGAL El órgano de regalía o regal (también conocido como órgano de regalías, órgano de lengüetería, regales, regalas, regalos real y realejo) es un órgano de reducidas dimensiones normalmente transportable y a veces emplazado en lugar fijo (sobre una mesa o en el suelo). Está formado por un solo teclado manual y un único registro de lengüeta batiente, normalmente en diapasón de ocho pies. Su extensión es de unas tres octavas. Para generar el aire, cuenta con un par de fuelles de cuña…

YUEQUIN The yueqin or yue qin (Chinese: 月琴, p yuèqín), formerly romanized as yüeh-ch‘in and also known as the moon guitar, moon zither, gekkin, laqin, or la-ch‘in, is a traditional Chinese string instrument. It is a lute with a round, hollow wooden body which gives it the nickname moon guitar. It has a short fretted neck and four strings tuned in courses of two (each pair of strings is tuned to a single pitch), generally tuned to the interval of a perfect fifth. Occasionally, the body of the…

YUEQUIN The yueqin or yue qin (Chinese: 月琴, p yuèqín), formerly romanized as yüeh-ch‘in and also known as the moon guitar, moon zither, gekkin, laqin, or la-ch‘in, is a traditional Chinese string instrument. It is a lute with a round, hollow wooden body which gives it the nickname moon guitar. It has a short fretted neck and four strings tuned in courses of two (each pair of strings is tuned to a single pitch), generally tuned to the interval of a perfect fifth. Occasionally, the body of the…

CHOPO COOR Among traditional musical wind instruments the most popular are: "choor", a pipe-shaped wooden musical instrument, and "chopo choor", a ball-shaped wind musical instrument made of clay.

CHOPO COOR Among traditional musical wind instruments the most popular are: "choor", a pipe-shaped wooden musical instrument, and "chopo choor", a ball-shaped wind musical instrument made of clay.

KEYBOARDS II (left /right, up/ down). 1.- Wheelharp: chordophone / zither family. 2.- Harpsichord: chordophone / zither family. 3.- Portative organ: aerophone. 4.- Celesta: idiophone / keyboard instruments. 5.- Indian banjo (bulbul tarang) chordophone / zither family. 6.- Keyboard glockenspiel, idiophone. 7.- Melodeon: aerophone / free reed 8.- Accordion (button type) aerophone / free reed. 9.- Regal: aerophone

KEYBOARDS II (left /right, up/ down). 1.- Wheelharp: chordophone / zither family. 2.- Harpsichord: chordophone / zither family. 3.- Portative organ: aerophone. 4.- Celesta: idiophone / keyboard instruments. 5.- Indian banjo (bulbul tarang) chordophone / zither family. 6.- Keyboard glockenspiel, idiophone. 7.- Melodeon: aerophone / free reed 8.- Accordion (button type) aerophone / free reed. 9.- Regal: aerophone

DHOLACK  The dholak is a South Asian two-headed hand-drum. It may have traditional cotton rope lacing, screw-turnbuckle tensioning or both combined: in the first case steel rings are used for tuning or pegs a twisted inside the laces. The dholak is mainly a folk instrument, lacking the exact tuning and playing techniques of the tabla or the pakhawaj. The drum is pitched, depending on size, with an interval of perhaps a perfect fourth or perfect fifth between the two heads. It is related to…

DHOLACK The dholak is a South Asian two-headed hand-drum. It may have traditional cotton rope lacing, screw-turnbuckle tensioning or both combined: in the first case steel rings are used for tuning or pegs a twisted inside the laces. The dholak is mainly a folk instrument, lacking the exact tuning and playing techniques of the tabla or the pakhawaj. The drum is pitched, depending on size, with an interval of perhaps a perfect fourth or perfect fifth between the two heads. It is related to…

VIBRASLAP A vibraslap is a percussion instrument consisting of a piece of stiff wire (bent into a U-shape) connecting a wood ball to a hollow box of wood with metal “teeth” inside. The percussionist holds the metal wire in one hand and strikes the ball (usually against the palm of their other hand). The box acts as a resonating body for a metal mechanism placed inside with a number of loosely fastened pins or rivets that vibrate and rattle against the box.[1] The instrument is a modern…

VIBRASLAP A vibraslap is a percussion instrument consisting of a piece of stiff wire (bent into a U-shape) connecting a wood ball to a hollow box of wood with metal “teeth” inside. The percussionist holds the metal wire in one hand and strikes the ball (usually against the palm of their other hand). The box acts as a resonating body for a metal mechanism placed inside with a number of loosely fastened pins or rivets that vibrate and rattle against the box.[1] The instrument is a modern…

KUNDU DRUM Kundu is Papuan general name used for drum. It is a sandglass shaped drum made in wood with a snake's skin as membrane. A handle is placed on the narrowest part of the drum. Often, the kundu is decorated with animal figures on its edges. The handle is generally the most beautiful part decorated (openwork style). It must beat it to create sound. Kundu is used in number of occasions religious or civilian. For the Papuas the sound of the Kundu is the voice of the ancestors. This…

KUNDU DRUM Kundu is Papuan general name used for drum. It is a sandglass shaped drum made in wood with a snake's skin as membrane. A handle is placed on the narrowest part of the drum. Often, the kundu is decorated with animal figures on its edges. The handle is generally the most beautiful part decorated (openwork style). It must beat it to create sound. Kundu is used in number of occasions religious or civilian. For the Papuas the sound of the Kundu is the voice of the ancestors. This…

MEMBRANÓFONOS (single head drum). Left/ Right, Up/Down    1.-Timbales: membranophone / drum 2.- Congas: membranophone / drum (Latin America). 3.-  4.- Bongo: membranophone / drum. 5.- Caja (vallenato) 6.- Tabla: India (Asia) 7.- Bayan: India (Asia) 8.- Khanjira 9.- Darbouka : Iran (Arabia)  10.- Tombak : Arabia 11.- Djembe : Africa 12.- Thon: Thailand (Asia) 13.- Rammana: Thailand (Asia) 14.- Kundu : Papua (New Guinea) 15.- Tbilat : Morocco (Africa) 16.- Kettledrums: Europe

MEMBRANÓFONOS (single head drum). Left/ Right, Up/Down 1.-Timbales: membranophone / drum 2.- Congas: membranophone / drum (Latin America). 3.- 4.- Bongo: membranophone / drum. 5.- Caja (vallenato) 6.- Tabla: India (Asia) 7.- Bayan: India (Asia) 8.- Khanjira 9.- Darbouka : Iran (Arabia) 10.- Tombak : Arabia 11.- Djembe : Africa 12.- Thon: Thailand (Asia) 13.- Rammana: Thailand (Asia) 14.- Kundu : Papua (New Guinea) 15.- Tbilat : Morocco (Africa) 16.- Kettledrums: Europe

DARBUKA El derbake (en árabe دربكة), llamado también darbuka o doumbek, es un instrumento de percusión de origen árabe usado en todo el Medio Oriente. Pertenece al grupo de los tambores de copa. También suele ser llamado tobale (se pronuncia /tob bale/ o /tubale/, especialmente en Palestina). Tiene un aspecto parecido al del un tabal o atabal[1] [2] [3] [4] En Egipto se lo llama tabla (en árabe: لطبلة), una palabra genérica para designar instrumentos de percusión. Los redobles en árabe se…

DARBUKA El derbake (en árabe دربكة), llamado también darbuka o doumbek, es un instrumento de percusión de origen árabe usado en todo el Medio Oriente. Pertenece al grupo de los tambores de copa. También suele ser llamado tobale (se pronuncia /tob bale/ o /tubale/, especialmente en Palestina). Tiene un aspecto parecido al del un tabal o atabal[1] [2] [3] [4] En Egipto se lo llama tabla (en árabe: لطبلة), una palabra genérica para designar instrumentos de percusión. Los redobles en árabe se…

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