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It is one of the oldest percussion instruments with glass-shaped structure. This instrument, widespread in the Middle Ages in Azerbaijan at the beginning of the twentieth century gradually become forgotten but currently is being used, too. It is more typical for the southern regions. One side is covered with calf or goat skin and the frame for the first time was made with clay, but presently it is made of wood and copper.
The total height is 350-400 mm, a diameter is 280 mm. With specific bam timbre it is possible to get various rhythms and sounds in dumbak.

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