The chande is a drum used in the traditional and classical music of South India and particularly in Yakshagana theatre art of Karnataka. It follows the Yakshagana Tala system. The rhythms are based on pre-classical music forms and folk grooves, and some rhythms are similar to Karnataka Sangeta and to lesser extent Hindustani Sangeetha. There are different varieties of this instrument; two major varieties being the Badagu Thittu Chande (Northern School) and the Thenku Thittu Chande (Southern School). The latter can also be spelled chenda and is used exclusively in the art forms of southern costal Karnataka and Kerala. This article deals with Badagu Thittu Chande, used exclusively in Yakshagana of Karnataka. The chande used in Badagu Thittu is structurally and acoustically different from the

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  • El chande es un tambor usado en la música tradicional y clásica del sur de la India y particularmente en Karnataka. Este instrumento provee acompañamiento rítmico a dramas dancísticos como Yakshagana and Kathakali, y sigue el sistema rítmico de tala Yakshagana. Los ritmos están basados en formas musicales preclásicas y folclóricas.. (es)
  • Chande (kannada ಚಂಡೆ) auch chende, bezeichnet eine zylindrische Doppelfelltrommel, die in einigen Regionen in der südindischen Volksmusik und bei hinduistischen Tempelfesten gespielt wird. Die chande begleitet vor allem zusammen mit der Fasstrommel maddale das Tanzdrama Yakshagana in Karnataka, während die nahe verwandte chenda, (malayalam, auch cenda) und die Sanduhrtrommel idakka in Kerala bei Tempelfesten geschlagen werden. Die im Yakshagana-Perkussionsorchester am lautesten klingenden Schläge kommen von der chande und illustrieren symbolisch Tapferkeit und Heldenmut. (de)
  • The chande is a drum used in the traditional and classical music of South India and particularly in Yakshagana theatre art of Karnataka. It follows the Yakshagana Tala system. The rhythms are based on pre-classical music forms and folk grooves, and some rhythms are similar to Karnataka Sangeta and to lesser extent Hindustani Sangeetha. There are different varieties of this instrument; two major varieties being the Badagu Thittu Chande (Northern School) and the Thenku Thittu Chande (Southern School). The latter can also be spelled chenda and is used exclusively in the art forms of southern costal Karnataka and Kerala. This article deals with Badagu Thittu Chande, used exclusively in Yakshagana of Karnataka. The chande used in Badagu Thittu is structurally and acoustically different from the chenda used in Kerala. (en)
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  • El chande es un tambor usado en la música tradicional y clásica del sur de la India y particularmente en Karnataka. Este instrumento provee acompañamiento rítmico a dramas dancísticos como Yakshagana and Kathakali, y sigue el sistema rítmico de tala Yakshagana. Los ritmos están basados en formas musicales preclásicas y folclóricas.. (es)
  • Chande (kannada ಚಂಡೆ) auch chende, bezeichnet eine zylindrische Doppelfelltrommel, die in einigen Regionen in der südindischen Volksmusik und bei hinduistischen Tempelfesten gespielt wird. Die chande begleitet vor allem zusammen mit der Fasstrommel maddale das Tanzdrama Yakshagana in Karnataka, während die nahe verwandte chenda, (malayalam, auch cenda) und die Sanduhrtrommel idakka in Kerala bei Tempelfesten geschlagen werden. Die im Yakshagana-Perkussionsorchester am lautesten klingenden Schläge kommen von der chande und illustrieren symbolisch Tapferkeit und Heldenmut. (de)
  • The chande is a drum used in the traditional and classical music of South India and particularly in Yakshagana theatre art of Karnataka. It follows the Yakshagana Tala system. The rhythms are based on pre-classical music forms and folk grooves, and some rhythms are similar to Karnataka Sangeta and to lesser extent Hindustani Sangeetha. There are different varieties of this instrument; two major varieties being the Badagu Thittu Chande (Northern School) and the Thenku Thittu Chande (Southern School). The latter can also be spelled chenda and is used exclusively in the art forms of southern costal Karnataka and Kerala. This article deals with Badagu Thittu Chande, used exclusively in Yakshagana of Karnataka. The chande used in Badagu Thittu is structurally and acoustically different from the (en)
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