English word "tabor" comes from the Latin word for drum. nowadays we tend to use the term tympan or talk over with the 2 headed squat drums related to the transverse flute and Drum. the skinny shell of the tympan sounds like a frame drum shell with 2 heads. The shell is historically tin that the light-weight weight instrument can be carried, and played, for long periods of your time. The heads square measure sometimes rope tuned with a snare on one aspect. Players sometimes suspend the drum from the forearm whereas with one stick with strike the snared head. The tympan is suspended by a strap from the forearm, somewhere between the elbow and radiocarpal joint.
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