16″ Zilli Tar – Frame Drum – Quirky

AU $600.00

Compact and classy 16″ Tar with hand hammered zills and goat skin head.
Hand crafted by Matt Stonehouse from pin oak (Quercus palustris) and features Uzbek hand-woven banding.
Comes with protective carry bag.

Dimensions:
16″ diameter x 10cm depth
Weight .7kg

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The tar (Arabic: طار) is an ancient, single-headed frame drum. It is commonly played in the Middle East and North Africa. The tar’s drumhead is struck with one hand.
The drumhead was usually made from animal skin like goats, while the actual frame was made of wood. Used to accompany folkloric music and dancing.
The “tar” is held mainly with one handalthough the playing hand also supports the drum to a certain extent while playingIt has an open toneand is often either played for accompaniment to other instruments or in tar ensembles.

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