The tanggu (堂鼓; pinyin: tánggǔ, pronounced [tʰɑ̌ŋkù]; literally "ceremonial hall drum"; sometimes spelled tang gu) is a traditional Chinese drum from the 19th century. It is medium in size and barrel-shaped, with two heads made of animal skin, and is played with two sticks. The tanggu is usually suspended by four rings in a wooden stand.photo There are two types of Tanggu: the Xiao Tanggu and the Da Tanggu. The only difference is that the Xiao Tanggu is smaller in size, and thus produces a higher pitch sound.

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  • The tanggu (堂鼓; pinyin: tánggǔ, pronounced [tʰɑ̌ŋkù]; literally "ceremonial hall drum"; sometimes spelled tang gu) is a traditional Chinese drum from the 19th century. It is medium in size and barrel-shaped, with two heads made of animal skin, and is played with two sticks. The tanggu is usually suspended by four rings in a wooden stand.photo The Tanggu (Drum) is known as "Tonggu". During the Qing Dynasty, it was called "Zhanggu". Its skin is normally made of buffalo's hide. The pitch and tone of the sound produced are not definite. It depends on the strength and which part of the drum skin is being hit. There are two types of Tanggu: the Xiao Tanggu and the Da Tanggu. The only difference is that the Xiao Tanggu is smaller in size, and thus produces a higher pitch sound. Orchestral works which uses the Tanggu includes Fisherman's Song of the East China Sea and The General's Commands. (en)
  • Тангу (кит. 堂鼓, пиньинь: tánggǔ) — традиционный китайский ударный музыкальный инструмент (барабан). (ru)
  • 堂鼓,是指中國傳統樂器中的大堂鼓(大鼓)、小堂鼓(小鼓),也是使用最頻繁的打擊樂器,其地位與日本太鼓、韓國相當。鼓身外觀顏色多為紅色,少數是黑色、木材色。一般用途是在國樂、戲曲、武場、節慶、廟會、祭祀、陣頭、舞龍舞獅伴奏,古代更被使用在宮廷宴會、、報晨昏、戰爭。在京韻大鼓《擊鼓罵曹》、《梁紅玉擂鼓戰金山》等曲目中,營造緊張氣氛;常見演奏組合是大堂鼓和鈸。 (zh)
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  • Тангу (кит. 堂鼓, пиньинь: tánggǔ) — традиционный китайский ударный музыкальный инструмент (барабан). (ru)
  • 堂鼓,是指中國傳統樂器中的大堂鼓(大鼓)、小堂鼓(小鼓),也是使用最頻繁的打擊樂器,其地位與日本太鼓、韓國相當。鼓身外觀顏色多為紅色,少數是黑色、木材色。一般用途是在國樂、戲曲、武場、節慶、廟會、祭祀、陣頭、舞龍舞獅伴奏,古代更被使用在宮廷宴會、、報晨昏、戰爭。在京韻大鼓《擊鼓罵曹》、《梁紅玉擂鼓戰金山》等曲目中,營造緊張氣氛;常見演奏組合是大堂鼓和鈸。 (zh)
  • The tanggu (堂鼓; pinyin: tánggǔ, pronounced [tʰɑ̌ŋkù]; literally "ceremonial hall drum"; sometimes spelled tang gu) is a traditional Chinese drum from the 19th century. It is medium in size and barrel-shaped, with two heads made of animal skin, and is played with two sticks. The tanggu is usually suspended by four rings in a wooden stand.photo There are two types of Tanggu: the Xiao Tanggu and the Da Tanggu. The only difference is that the Xiao Tanggu is smaller in size, and thus produces a higher pitch sound. (en)
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  • Tanggu (drum) (en)
  • Тангу (барабан) (ru)
  • 堂鼓 (zh)
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