উইকিপিডিয়া, মুক্ত বিশ্বকোষ থেকে
টাইকো ড্রামের উদাহরণ
অন্য নামwadaiko, taiko drum
শ্রেণিবিভাগ ঘাতবাদ্য
হর্নবোস্টেল-শ্যাস শ্রেণিবিন্যাস211.222.1
(Single membranophones in which the membrane is struck directly, which have tubular, barrel-shaped bodies and two usable membranes.)
উদ্ভাবকUnknown; instruments are similar to ones from Korea and China. Specific drums are similar to ones from India and other cultures. Likely introduced to Japan by Korean and Chinese cultural influence between 300–900 CE.[১]
বিকশিতUnknown; archaeological evidence shows usage on the Japanese archipelago as early as 6th century CE.[১]
(ভিডিও) বেশ কিছু ড্রামবাদক জাপানে একটি গ্রীষ্মকালীন উত্সবে একটি টাইকো ড্রাম বাজাচ্ছে
টাইকো বাদকগণ, আইচি, জাপান

টাইকো একপ্রকার জাপানী ড্রাম।


  1. Varian, Heidi (২০০৫)। The Way of Taiko: 1st Edition। Stone Bridge Press। পৃষ্ঠা 21। আইএসবিএন 188065699X 

আরোও পড়ুন[সম্পাদনা]

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