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Talking Drum
This hour glass shape drum has its origins from the West Africa area of Nigeria.

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This hour glass shape drum has its origins from the West Africa area of Nigeria. The Kanago is the smallest of the four talking drums.

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LEARNING HOW TO PLAY Learning to play the Talking Drum is not as difficult as many people think it is. Every pattern played in the talking drum is very simple.

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The Talking Drum can be played in solo or in ensemble. It can be played tied to a single pitch or loose for variable tones.

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Remo's Talking drums are designed in conjunction with master drummer Francis Awe and are very similar to the Nigerian talking drum but with more bass tone and a superior shell construction. The Ejin is the largest of the four talking drums.

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