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The tabla (Urdu: تبلہ, Hindi: तबला, tabla) is a kind of the drums of north India. It is tabla (for a high-pitched tone: tabla) and two kinds of drums called the bar shop (for a low tone: baya) and is called in combination the タブラー bar shop (タブラーバーヤン) exactly. The expression that makes full use of a finger, and is complicated, and is various is possible.
The tabla of the high-pitched tone is a tree, and the bar shop of the low tone has the trunk with metal such as copper or the brass. The bottom of the breastplate is closed and becomes the structure such as a pot and the container. Leather is a goatskin, and the tabla of the high-pitched tone is central, and, in the bar shop of the low tone, the powder of cereals and black what's called called スヤヒー which I kneaded are painted with iron powder in anterioris a little from the center. What can produce a harmonic overtone easily is in this way a big characteristic of the tabla. The skin can be tied to the bottom of the trunk in a leather strap and swells. I change the end restrictions and tune up the skin of by adjusting the tension by moving the position of the small piece (glee) of the tree of the cork size that I caught between a string and trunks. I use the small hammer (ハトゥリ) at the time of the tuning. I change the tuning by-like of the music each time.
I put the drum of the low tone on a high-pitched tone, the left side on the cushion such as the round mat made of cloth on the right side of the player. I incline it so that some upper skin of one's face look ahead.
Only a right drum beats only the left drum with the left hand by the right hand. I make around three kinds of sounds with around five kinds, the left hand by the right hand. The name is added to a sound each, and a name varies according to a district in India, but there are Te, Na, Ta, Tin of the right hand, Gi, Ki of the left hand including De, combinatorial Dha, Dhin, Tirkit of the left hand and the right hand including Kat in the banner RAS area. A mouth song may do such name as one of the exercises of the tabla (e.g.,: "ダーダーティリキトダーダーティンナーダー").
In addition, I can let pitch go up and down by changing the tension of the drum using the left palm and become one of the taste peculiar to tabla.
Tabla in the Middle East
The tabla refers to overall drum in the Near and Middle East area particularly often shows ダラブッカ.
This article is taken from the Japanese Wikipedia Tabla
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