A traditional instrument of the Gaa people of Greater Accra (Ghana), Kpanlogo are traditionally played by an ensemble of drummers, often in sets of six Kpanlogo drums of varying size. In contemporary ensembles, djembes, dunun, shakers and bells also accompany the Kpanlogo
The contoured shell is hand-carved from a single log of the Twenaboa tree and features Adinkra symbols. Antelope skin is stretched and tuned by the hammering of the six wooden pegs which circle the top of the shell
10″ Kpanlogo – $440
Approximate Dimensions (L x W x H): 25cm x 25cm x 58cm
Please note the sale is for a single drum; image for reference only
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