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The Daf Pro Rumi, from Habibi's drum workshop, has a special synthetic skin that sounds and feels like a traditional drum. Since the synthetic skin is covered with tiny, invisible bumps that imitate the variable surface structure of a natural skin - in the best possible way. Not only wonderful sound quality but also long-lasting playing pleasure are guaranteed! The best workmanship makes this Daf a delight for professional demands.
Incl. simple soft case
By the way: The Daf is not only played in Sufi music, but also at many festivals and ritual celebrations, where it is often found in large ensembles. Its percussive sound ranges from tender and subtle to nuanced and voluminous. The frame drum achieves this by the countless small metal rings, which are fastened to the inside of the frame and hit during the play partly powerfully against the skin. Their spiritual background can also be recognized by the fact that all elements, of this large and light drum, are attributed with a deeper meaning. The fur symbolizes the animal kingdom, the frame the plants and the rings the world of Minerals.
The Daf in Contemporary Frame Drum Culture
The Daf's current appeal to international musicians is attributed to its deep historical and cultural roots. The Daf is a frame drum with a long history going back as far as the early dynastic period. It is one of the few instruments in the Middle East that is also played by women. Who is playing Daf today? What is the difference between the Daf and other frame drums?
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