the instruments, the the darbuka in various shapes and sizes were used by civilizations in Anatolia, Mesopotamia and central Asia in ancient times. In the more recent periods, the darbuka continued to change and develop. The instrument is known with different names given at different times in different places. These include: dumbek, dumbek, deplek, deblek, donbek, tombek, darbeki and debulak. This percussion instrument was originally formed from baked clay, copper, aluminum, various metal media, plaster and fibers of porcelain. Generally speaking, the darbuka resembles a cane with a narrow end and was formerly covered with leather - today synthetic materials are preferred for manufacture. The skin is passed over a band and the instrument is tuned by stretching the skin with screws. The bo.
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