pipe and tabor (pair of flute and drum, each played by one hand)
Originally an early European combination of a drum (tambourine) and pipe (fipple flute) were pipe was played by one hand and drum beaten by the other. It was chiefly used for dancing music. It has analogies all over the world.
|related instruments:||chirimía and drum (pair of double-reed and drum. from South America.)|
|consists of:||tabor (one-handed sidedrum) (amount: 1)|
three-hole pipe (european 11th century pipe) (amount: 1)