COCHITI DRUMS


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Cochiti Drums - The Cochiti Native Americans of northern New Mexico continue to make drums in the traditional way. The dead cottonwood or aspen is dried slowly to insure the drum doesn't crack. Untanned cowhide is soaked in water until soft and pliable, then stretched tightly over the hollowed out shell. As the cowhide dried, it tightens further and conforms to the wooden mold. 1- $CALL (14"), 2- $CALL.00 (6"x8"), 3- $CALL.50 (6"x5"), 4- $CALL.50 (6"x9"), 5- $CALL.00 (7"x7"), 6- $CALL.00 (12"). Please call or email for availability on these.

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This product was added to our catalog on Saturday 09 June, 2007.

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