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Tambourine in Jamaican Music


  1. The tambourine is a musical instrument in the percussion family consisting of a frame, often of wood or plastic, with pairs of small metal jingles, called ”zils”.

  2. The tambourine traces its origins to the first of the cultures of world. Generally speaking terms, the tambourine consists of some free jingles attached to your handle. The jingles in many cases are set in pairs, and create high pitch sounds. Some tambourines additionally feature an extended skin to create pitch sounds that are lower. Create a wash impression, the tambourine is frequently used to anchor tempo, or supply accents.

  3. What a love music, even I’m not jamaican, but I do love jamaican music, that’s why i always post on my blog. Thanks for sharing Marcia Mayne.

  4. Being jamaican i know how beautiful a sound tambourines make during church.Especially during praise and worship.A tambourine is one of the most durable musical instruments every made.

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