National Music Museum Logo   National Music Museum  
Home  Collections
Virtual Tour
Calendar Gift Shop FAQ Site Index Maker Index

 

Images from The Beede Gallery

Ozi (Goblet-shaped Drum), Burma (Myanmar), late 19th century

Click on images below to see larger images

NMM 2685. Ozi (Goblet-shaped Drum), Burma (Myanmar), late 19th century Another view of Burmese drum

NMM 2685. Ozi, Burma (Myanmar), late 19th century. Goblet-shaped drum made by hollowing out a single block of wood. Held vertically, resting on the drummerís chest, and suspended by a cord around the neck. Used in traditional outdoor dance ensembles. Height: 34-1/4" Diameter of head: 10-1/4". Diameter of base: 12". Rawlins Fund, 1980.


Lacing

Lacing detail 1 Lacing detail 2 Lacing detail 3


Base of Drum and Drum Head

Base detail 1 Base detail 2 Bottom of base Drum head


Literature

Thomas E. Cross, Instruments of Burma, India, Nepal, Thailand and Tibet, The Shrine to Music Museum Catalog of the Collections, Vol. II, André P. Larson, editor (Vermillion: The Shrine to Music Museum, 1982), p. 19.

Thomas E. Cross, Instruments of Burma, India, Nepal, Thailand and Tibet, M.M. Thesis, University of South Dakota, May 1983, p. 41, plate XV.

Sarah E. Smith, "Percussion Instruments in America's Shrine to Music Museum," Percussive Notes, Vol. 37, No. 1 (February 1999), p. 7.

  Click arrow to continue Beede Gallery Tour

Go to Beede Gallery Tour Index

Go to Virtual Gallery Tour Index

Go to Annotated Checklist of Musical Instruments From East Asia on Display at the NMM

National Music Museum
The University of South Dakota
414 East Clark Street
Vermillion, SD   57069


©National Music Museum, 2007-2013
Most recent update:   December 6, 2013

The University of South Dakota
Return to Top of Page