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hand drum

n.
Any of various drums played with the hands instead of a stick or other implement, usually having a single head.
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Musician and teacher Helen Bond traveled to Guinea, West Africa, in 2001 to learn about the djembe hand drum.
In front of T'Challa's chair, there is a hand drum which fans assumed to be a part of the properties for his scene.
It is the story of Dancing Raven, a young man born "with a hand drum for a heart and the song of the Meadow Lark as his Spirit Guardian.
All but two songs on this recording are accompanied by a hand drum.
He is the first person in the world to perform more than 500 hours in Solo Concert, and has world records in two categories - Hand drum marathon & Longest Solo Concert of 501 hours.
by Young Spirit gathers Cree Round Dance songs directly from the 2013 gathering of Alberta Cree peoples, featuring the very best Northern Drum and Hand Drum singers.
For Eagle Speaker, some of the highlights were world champion hoop dancer, Eric Pipestem, who has worked with Cirque du Soleil, the Metis jigging of Kristen Acuna and the solo men's hand drum contest.
Probably the best known outside of Africa is the djembe - a goblet-shaped hand drum from West Africa which has inspired something of a craze in African drumming classes.
The seminal moment for me came as I was leading the parade of Nations into that gathering room on Sunday morning, drumming on my mother's traditional hand drum, and dressed in my indigenous regalia.
Other nominees are: Conrad Bigknife of Kronau for Full Circle (Best Folk / Acoustic CD), Big River Cree of Saskatoon for Stand by Me (Best Hand Drum CD), and Young Confederation of Saskatoon for Love Medicine (Hand Drum Harmony).
A young woman made eye contact with the other singers, discreetly nodded her head, and began a song, the other women joining in, each playing her own hand drum.