Apala

DEFINITION

The word Apala refers to an African style of drumming, also commonly referred to as "talking drum" style. Its origins are from the Yoruba people of Nigeria developed in the 1930s. The instruments used in playing Apala include a sekere (rattle), agidigbo (thumb piano), and a agogo (bell), as well as two or three dunduns or gangans (talking drums).<br>

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