- Tamalin is a rectangular drum with antelope skin, tuned with small wooden wedges.
- It is played like the Irish bohdran, held in one hand and played with the other, but without a stick.
- The Dance
Gome is the name of a dance which originated in the Congo and the Fernando Po Islands. It has been played in Ghana from the eighteenth century, brought in by the Congolese fisherfolk. The dance was first performed for the fishermen on their return. It is now played at funerals, wedding ceremonies and festivals.
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