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Atabaque Rum 120 cm - with stand - Tiao do Atabaque

Atabaque Rum 120 cm - with stand - Tiao do Atabaque

Tiao do Atabaque
Item number
A155123
weight (net):
10,2 kg

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Handmade atabaque 120 cm - Lê (large size) The Atabaque is the traditional Brazilian... more

Atabaque Rum 120 cm - with stand - Tiao do Atabaque

item number: A155123
tuning: with lugs
weight (net): 10,2 kg

Handmade atabaque 120 cm - Lê (large size)

The Atabaque is the traditional Brazilian handdrum. Its home is in the Candomblé and it usually is played in a set of 3 - Lê , Rumpi and Rum. But it is also found in Capoeira and Samba de Roda, where it gives the rhythms its soulful sounds.

In the ritual drumset of 3, this Atabaque is the Rum, the largest sized drum. Our atabaques are manufactured in one of the most known ateliers of Rio de Janeiro, handmade one by one. The art of building them has been passed on over many years. A solid shell and well selected skins in the right thickness are what make the atabaques sound in their typical warm and open way.
The instrument comes with a simple iron stand.


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At 'Uncle-Atabaque´s' in Rio de Janeiro you can find the original, traditionally... more

"Tiao do Atabaque"

At 'Uncle-Atabaque´s' in Rio de Janeiro you can find the original, traditionally barrel-constructed atabaques. You can choose between two different tuning systems, the regular version with tension hooks or, especially popular amongst capoeiristas, the traditional version with ropes. TIÃO DO ATABAQUE instruments are neatly tanned and equipped with fine sounding skins.

The Atabaques come in standard sizes of Lê, Rumpi and Rum.


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