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bn:01359067n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2020/05/04

  edakka · idakka From automatic translation

 The idakka, also spelt edaykka/edakka, is an hourglass-shaped drum from Kerala in south India. Wikipedia

IS A
bn:01359067n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2020/05/04

 No term available

 The idakka, also spelt edaykka/edakka, is an hourglass-shaped drum from Kerala in south India. Wikipedia

IS A
bn:01359067n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2020/05/04     •     Categories: Arts of Kerala, Kerala music, Membranophones, Kathakali...

  Idakka · Edakka · Etakka · Idaykka · Itakka

The idakka, also spelt edaykka/edakka, is an hourglass-shaped drum from Kerala in south India. Wikipedia

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An hourglass-shaped drum originating in Kerala in India; it is struck with a stick, and its pitch can be altered by means of the lacing between the two heads. Wiktionary

IS A
bn:01359067n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2020/05/04     •     Categories: Instrument de musique sacré, Instrument de percussion, Membranophone, Instrument de la musique indienne

  Idakka · Edakkya

L'idakka ou edakkya est un instrument de percussion du sud de l'Inde. Wikipedia

bn:01359067n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2020/05/04     •     Categories: Schlagtrommel, Hinduistische Musik, Traditionelles indisches Musikinstrument

  Idakka · Edakka

Idakka, Malayalam ഇടയ്ക്ക eḍakkā, auch iḍakka, idakke, itekka, edaykka, ist eine zweifellige Sanduhrtrommel, die vor allem im südindischen Bundesstaat Kerala in der religiösen Musik in hinduistischen Tempeln und bei Prozessionen gespielt wird. Wikipedia

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Musikinstrument Wikidata

bn:01359067n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2020/05/04

  edakka · idakka From automatic translation

 The idakka, also spelt edaykka/edakka, is an hourglass-shaped drum from Kerala in south India. Wikipedia

bn:01359067n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2020/05/04

  edakka · idakka From automatic translation

 The idakka, also spelt edaykka/edakka, is an hourglass-shaped drum from Kerala in south India. Wikipedia

IS A
bn:01359067n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2020/05/04

  edakka · idakka From automatic translation

 The idakka, also spelt edaykka/edakka, is an hourglass-shaped drum from Kerala in south India. Wikipedia

bn:01359067n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2020/05/04

  edakka · idakka From automatic translation

 The idakka, also spelt edaykka/edakka, is an hourglass-shaped drum from Kerala in south India. Wikipedia

bn:01359067n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2020/05/04

 No term available

 The idakka, also spelt edaykka/edakka, is an hourglass-shaped drum from Kerala in south India. Wikipedia

IS A
bn:01359067n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2020/05/04

  edakka · idakka From automatic translation

 The idakka, also spelt edaykka/edakka, is an hourglass-shaped drum from Kerala in south India. Wikipedia

bn:01359067n     •     NOUN     •     Concept    •     Updated on 2020/05/04

  edakka · idakka From automatic translation

 The idakka, also spelt edaykka/edakka, is an hourglass-shaped drum from Kerala in south India. Wikipedia

IS A

 

Translations

edakka, idakka
idakka, edakka, etakka, idaykka, itakka
idakka, edakkya, edakka
idakka, edakka
edakka, idakka
edakka, idakka
edakka, idakka
edakka, idakka
edakka, idakka
edakka, idakka

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edakka, idakka
edakka, idakka
edakka, idakka
edakka, idakka
edakka, idakka
edakka, idakka
edakka, idakka
edakka, idakka
edakka, idakka
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