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Tambourines

Scope note

Small single-headed frame drums of Near Eastern origin, consisting of a shallow ring covered on one side with a membrane of parchment, animal skin, or plastic, usually furnished with jingling metal discs or small bells; it is played by hand.

Term type

AAT

Getty AAT term number

300041759

Broader Terms used

frame drums

Narrower Terms used

sakaras

Term used for

timbrels

Equivalent Terms used

tambourine

Created

11yrs ago

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