bodhran

bodh·ran

 (bō′rän′, bou′-)
n.
A handheld goatskin drum used in traditional Irish music and often played with a stick.

[Irish Gaelic bodhrán, from Middle Irish bodrán, from Old Irish, from bodar, deaf, deafening.]

bodhrán

(baʊˈrɑːn; ˈboːrɑːn)
n
a shallow one-sided drum popular in Irish and Scottish folk music
[Irish Gaelic]
Translations
Bodhrán
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Participants in this year's festival will be able to join in the magical candlelit Procession of Light and take part in the World Record Attempt for the Biggest Bodhran Session amongst other activities.
The last, a foot stomping jig with Mary on bodhran, was an apt ending.
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Although known primarily as a singer, May also plays the bodhran, guitar, bass guitar and tambourine.
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leather-clad halfnaked bodhran drummers with tattoos.
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