African ,Yoruba musical Instrument

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The ìyáàlù (mother) bàtá drum is the largest of a set of drums (typically three to four) used by the Yoruba people. For at least five centuries the drum set was used as a speech surrogate and was associated with Sàngó, Esu Egungun, Oya and other Yoruba orisa cults.
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The ìyáàlù (mother) bàtá drum is the largest of a set of drums (typically three to four) used by the Yoruba people. For at least five centuries the drum set was used as a speech surrogate and was associated with Sàngó, Esu Egungun, Oya and other Yoruba orisa cults. Bata drums are one of the membranophone musical instruments family from West African. Bata drums have double-headed with a shape like that of an hourglass. The two sides of the bata drums are of different sizes because one end is larger compared to the other end. Bata drums have great historical and special religious value in African and Cuban traditions and cultures. Although the drum was introduced to Cuban through the African slave trade in the 19th century.

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