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Eternal Taal Drummers inspiring the next generation

Dhol Drummers inspiring the next generation
Dhol drumming is a very special instrument traditionally played by communities of Indian, Pakistani and Bangladeshi heritage. It’s also normally only played by boys – but here’s a group of girls trying to change that.

Eternal Taal is the longest performing, all-female dhol group who are known for their spectacular drumming performances at festivals and events.

Parv Kaur
They’ve been talking to ¬†CBBC about why it’s so important to be an all-female group in the UK South Asian music industry and how they aim to influence the next generation of dhol players.

Watch the video here

Source: BBC Newsround /Eternal Taal