Yoruba is a noble tribe with a beautiful and rich cultural heritage. One of the highly prestigious profession in Yoruba Land is Drum-making. Drum is made of animal skin, strained against wooden frames to produce sound. Most of the drums are percussive in nature, and produced a rhythmic pattern that is danceable. Drums are used in special occasions, festivals, carnivals, ceremonies. They even add special effects and style to Yoruba culture. Drums are differentiated by the sound they make, how they are made, history, and appearance.
Drums in Yoruba Land
In Yoruba Land, ceremonies dictate the kind of drums to use. Basically, there are two different categories of drum, they are: (a) Traditional Drums (b) Ceremonial Drums. The real question is that: Is there any core difference between Traditional and Ceremonial drums? Does beating of some drums attracts any rites? Can you identify and easily spot the different between one drum from another?
Look no further as the answer is here already! By popular demands, Yoruba Library hereby presents you with a unique video, well researched and articulated clip to showcase different types of drums we have in Yoruba Land. This video is one of its kind, and made in form of digital e-book for a better grasping and understanding and to ultimately give a great sense of realism and listening pleasure.
Different people have found this video to be of immense help, as it was produced for people seeking to have detailed knowledge about knowing names of different drums, components of drums, material used in making drums and exactly how such drum looks. It is specially made for individuals, students, teachers and every society searching to explore rich Yoruba Cultural heritage.
This video is based on personal research and believed to be most accurate, as it contains different types of drum, names, oral and written contexts and many more. It was made to widen your horizon and give you a better understanding about both Traditional and Ceremonial drums we have in Yoruba Land.
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