Afuché Cabasa
Cabasa: Traditionally a dried gourd or coconut covered with a web of seeds and wire. The most common today consists of metal beads over a corrugated metal cylinder. Cabasas can be rubbed or tapped producing smooth, dry rhythmic effects.
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