Indian Tabla and Bhaya with hard case (Previously Owned)
PO Ref. PO1014S
Indian Tabla and Bhaya with hard case (Previously Owned) - in good condition A tradictional Indian Tabla made from wood and Bhaya made from brass. There are a few dents in the Bhaya, but it's supplied with pads and both produce a great sound.
The term tablā is often incorrectly used to describe a pair of hand drums played in northern India, but the tablā is actually the cylindrical wood drum played with the right hand, while the bāyā is a clay or metal kettle drum played with the left hand. The evolution of the instruments and their playing techniques in the eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries corresponds with the development of the sitar and sarod.
For more details about this or any other Previously Owned instruments at our Saltaire showroom, please do not hesitate to contact us.