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Examples of Membranophones?

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Membranophones are musical instruments that have vibrating extended membranes or hide that generate sound. These musical instruments are classified according to their shapes. Some of them are: Kettle Drums, Tubular Drums, Friction Drums and Mirlitons.
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A membranophone is a category of instruments which produce sound with a resonating membrane and usually have hollow cylinders. They work by producing sound through the vibration of the membrane which varies depending on the shape of the body. Categories of membranophone are mirlitons, friction drums, frame drums and kettle drums amongst others.
A membranophone refers to any musical instrument that produces sound chiefly from the vibration of a stretched membrane. The most common type of such an instrument is a drum. Others are Mirlitons and kazoos.
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