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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