Tabor drum

Tabor drumSmall cylindrical and shallow side drum with shell made of birch faced plywood bent, chamfered and glued. Wooden counterhoops, vellum heads, rope-tensioned with small leather braces, and drag-rope. Single gut snare with tensioning wooden peg. This unique tabor drum was made by Miss Olive Madeline Perrott, who was a native from Gloucester and a music teacher and pipe maker for the Pipers’ Guild.

CountryEurope
CollectionGloucester Life
Yearhttp://semium.org/time/1964
Timespan20-th, 20th, 20th century, Second half of the 20th century, 1964, 3 quarter of the 20th century
Rightshttp://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/4.0/
Repository Pagehttps://www.europeana.eu/item/09102/_MINIM_UK_42495...
Web Pagehttp://minim.ac.uk/index.php/explore/?instrument=42495...
Subject TermsMusical instrument
ProviderMIMO - Musical Instrument Museums Online

In This Year: 1964