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These are peg drums with antelope skin from the Ewe tribe in the Volta region of Ghana and are played with stick and hand. They are played either individually or in a set of up to six drums. The atimevu or master drum is very tall (up to 5’!). Next in size are the sogo and kidi which have a wooden base giving a distinctive warm tone. These two, are often played as a set with the kagan, the smallest of the set which adds a high tone. Also may be added the kroboto and kroboti which are without wooden bases and have less of a distended shape.
Ewe drums













Set of 3


(Pro)  3


Set of 6