bamboo chamber flute bamboo flutes bansuri basin drum bilma clapsticks bolivian wood flute
bolon border pipes bulbultarang cajon chromatic harmonica circle flute clarinet classical flute
congas curved soprano sax daf darbuka didgeridoo djembe duduk from armenia
indian double chamber flute kaen kalimba mbira kaval kora launeddas melodica mezoued
ocarina organpipes overtone flute panflute recorder santoor saw.u scottish tin whistles
straight soprano sax suling indonesian flutes talking drum tambourine tenor saxophone
udu drum zither
Cajon (Latin America)
The cajón, also known as the "caja" (KA-ha), originated
in coastal Peru either as an invention of african slaves or Roma.
West Africans particularly Angolans sold into slavery in Peru and
Cuba substituted wooden shipping crates for their native drums.
In port cities like Matanzas, Cuba they used cod-fish shipping crates.
Elsewhere, small dresser drawers became instruments. The boxes not
only resonated like a drum but could also be disguised as a seat
or stool. The instrument became an important part of Peruvian music
and Cuban music.
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