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This instrument was collected in the field by Percy Horace Gordon Powell-Cotton, and is used to play for the tribe chief when marching. It is a double-headed drum with a wooden shell and shaved animal skin membranes, which are attached with twine lacing and a vine flesh-hoop. Additional strips of hide and three wooden tension pegs/chims are used for tensioning.

  • Measurements:Height: 315mm; Diameter(s): 440mm and 540mm