daiko


daiko
daìko m <indekl.>
DEFINICIJA
glazb. japanski veliki bubanj u obliku bačve
ETIMOLOGIJA
jap.

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  • Daiko —   [japanisch, da ɪkɔ], Taiko …   Universal-Lexikon

  • daiko — taiko or daiko /tīˈkō/ noun (pl taiˈko, taikos, daiˈko or daiˈkos) A large Japanese drum ORIGIN: Jap …   Useful english dictionary

  • Daiko Group — The nihongo|Daiko Group|大興グループ|Daikō Gurūp is a group of companies in Japan, including Daiko Co., Daiko Fatec Co., Technical Center in Chugoku (TCC) Co., and Pureco Co.Daitecnihongo|Daitec|株式会社ダイテック|Kabushiki Gaisha Daitekku is an information… …   Wikipedia

  • Shime-daiko — The shime daiko is a small Japanese drum. The word shime daiko comes from a larger word tsukeshime daiko (付締め太鼓) often shortened to simply, shime daiko or shime. It has a short but wide body with animal skin drumheads on both its upper and bottom …   Wikipedia

  • Den-den daiko — The den den daiko is a Japanese pellet drum. It has two heads and is suspended on a rod, with beads or pellets hanging on threads on either sides of the body of the drum. The drum sounds when it is turned on its axis from side to side, causing… …   Wikipedia

  • Mount Kunimi (Daikō) — Mount Kunimi 国見山 Elevation 1,418.7 m (4,655 ft) Listing …   Wikipedia

  • Josto van Daiko sala — Sp Jòsto van Dáiko salà Ap Jost van Dyke Island L Antiluose, D. Britanijos Mergelių Salos …   Pasaulio vietovardžiai. Internetinė duomenų bazė

  • Taiko — For other uses, see Taiko (disambiguation). Taiko Taiko drummers in Aichi, Japan Taiko (太鼓 …   Wikipedia

  • Taiko — Para otros usos de este término, véase Taiko (desambiguación). Un taiko (太鼓, taiko? …   Wikipedia Español

  • Mark Miyoshi — Contents 1 Mark Miyoshi 1.1 Early life 1.2 Denver Taiko 1.3 Drum Making 1.4 Philosophy …   Wikipedia


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