Dhol can refer to any one of a number of similar types of double-headed drum
widely used, with regional variations, throughout the Indian subcontinent. Its
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The Dhol is a two sided percussion instrument that originates in the North Indian
Region. The goat skin drum heads secured on either side of the barrel shaped ...
Feb 24, 2016 ... This page is about the Indian hand drum called dhol.
Bhangra is associated with many musical instruments, but none as important as
the dhol. The dhol is a two sided drum, with a bass side played with a curved ...
Rhythm N' Fusion Dhol Club. ... Dhol was introduced in India in 15th century by
Persian musicians and they referred it as dohul/duhul. Egyptians also used ...
This dhol is made from dried mango wood and is natural in color. It comes with
tuning spanner and is very easy to tune. It also comes with a drum stick set.
History Join Johnny Kalsi to learn the story of the Dhol drum. Then take the video
workshop or try the Dhol Drum Player on your keyboard. Dhol drum · Dhol in ...
Bhangra. Bhangra originated in the Punjab region of India. Traditionally a good
harvest was celebrated by dancing and singing songs to the sound of the dhol ...
Dhol Drum is an Indian percussion sample library by Soundiron, for Kontakt. With
Punjabi dhol drums, played using traditional stick, hand and fx articulations.