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16"x3-1/2" Bodhran,irish drum inside tunable Single Bar
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Bodhran, irish drum fix head mulber blue with case.

Condition: New
Brand: Quality 1 Trader Ltd
Size: 18"
Instrument: Fixed Head Bodhran
Sub-Type:
 
- Professional 18''X 3.5'' Fix head bodhran (Irish Drum) Single removable bar. Goatskin, mulberry wood
- Natural.
 
Things provided in this package
  • Bodhran
  • A Tipper
  • Booklet
  • Nylon Caring Case
 

 
Detail

Irish word bodhrán, representing a drum and the beginning of the instrument may be the skin trays used in Ireland for carrying peat; the initial bodhrán may have simply been a skin stretched across a wood frame without any means of attachment. The Cornish frame drum crowdy-crawn, which was also used for harvesting grain, was known as early as 1880.
Peter Kennedy found a related instrument in Dorset and Wiltshire in the 1950s, where it was known as the "riddle drum".
The second wave roots revival of Irish Traditional music in the 1960s and 1970s brought virtuoso bodhrán playing to the forefront, when it was prominent by bands such as Ceoltóirí Chualann and The Chieftains.
Growing interest led to internationally available LP recordings, at which time the bodhrán became an internationally renowned instrument. In the 1970s, virtuoso players such as The Boys of the Lough's Robin Morton, The Chieftains' Peadar Mercier, Planxty's Christy Moore, and De Dannan's Johnny "Ringo" McDonagh further developed playing techniques.

 

Bodhran, irish drum fix head mulber blue with case.

Condition: New
Brand: Quality 1 Trader Ltd
Size: 18"
Instrument: Fixed Head Bodhran
Sub-Type:
 
- Professional 18''X 3.5'' Fix head bodhran (Irish Drum) Single removable bar. Goatskin, mulberry wood
- Natural.
 
Things provided in this package
  • Bodhran
  • A Tipper
  • Booklet
  • Nylon Caring Case
 

 
Detail

Irish word bodhrán, representing a drum and the beginning of the instrument may be the skin trays used in Ireland for carrying peat; the initial bodhrán may have simply been a skin stretched across a wood frame without any means of attachment. The Cornish frame drum crowdy-crawn, which was also used for harvesting grain, was known as early as 1880.
Peter Kennedy found a related instrument in Dorset and Wiltshire in the 1950s, where it was known as the "riddle drum".
The second wave roots revival of Irish Traditional music in the 1960s and 1970s brought virtuoso bodhrán playing to the forefront, when it was prominent by bands such as Ceoltóirí Chualann and The Chieftains.
Growing interest led to internationally available LP recordings, at which time the bodhrán became an internationally renowned instrument. In the 1970s, virtuoso players such as The Boys of the Lough's Robin Morton, The Chieftains' Peadar Mercier, Planxty's Christy Moore, and De Dannan's Johnny "Ringo" McDonagh further developed playing techniques.

 


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