3D Object DCM 1292a and 1292b: Anonymous / Tabor Pipe and Tabor and 2 Sticks

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DCM 1292a and 1292b: Anonymous / Tabor Pipe and Tabor and 2 Sticks
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-  DCM 1292a: 3 pieces. A small-dimensioned instrument, cylindrical or nearly cylindrical bore with oval fingerholes. The head and lower joint being the same length (11.8 cm.), and joined together by an unusual short middle section (3.7 cm.) with tenons at each end.; 1292b: Painted red, lashed together with light gut rope.
-  DCM 1292a: 1/2 holes. Holes drilled in a manner to favor the right-handed player.
-  DCM 1292a: Head: 6, Barrel: 9, Body: 6.
-  DCM 1292a: Fipple edge slightly cracked.; 1292b: One head slightly damaged, pierced. Both rims warped.
-  W. Howard Head, London, 18 August 1936.
-  Notes: DCM 1292b: Appears to be a professionally made instrument.
DCM 1292a: Boxwood, ivory ferrules.; 27.25 cm.; 1292b: Oak shell, unidentified wood counterhoops and rims. Drumsticks, of slender, very springy blackwood, with wooden heads, one covered with rawhide.; 27 cm. (outer diameter)
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