NAQAREH - نقاره

The naqqāra, nagara or nagada is a Middle Eastern drum with a rounded back and a hide head, usually played in pairs. It is thus a membranophone of the kettle drum variety. The term naqqāra, also نقارات naqqarat, naqqarah, naqqåre, nakkare, nagora comes from the Arabic verb naqr- that means “to strike, beat”.

The Naqareh is played in many folk regions of Iran, however it is mostly performed in the Northern Caspian Regions of Iran.