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Persian Percussion

The area known as PersiaThe percussion of one of the most ancient regions of civilisation. Goblet drums and Frame drums, jingles and plain, high and low. An amazing selection of instruments and information here. Thank you to our Donors.

This section is donated to Drumdojo by my friend and drum brother Peyman Nasehpour and also contains pieces graciously donated by and collaborated on by Matt Hannafin and by Shahin Mohajeri .

Thank you to everyone who wishes to develop an interest in the percussion of this region, possibly the oldest percussion inthe world




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