noun, plural tambourins
[tam-boo-rinz; French tahn-boo-ran] /ˈtæm bʊ rɪnz; French tɑ̃ bʊˈrɛ̃/ (Show IPA)
a long narrow drum of Provence.
an old Provençal dance in duple meter, accompanied by a drone bass or by a steady drumbeat.
the music for this dance.
an 18th-century Provençal folk dance
a piece of music composed for or in the rhythm of this dance
a small drum
noun 1. a small drum consisting of a circular frame with a skin stretched over it and several pairs of metal jingles attached to the frame, played by striking with the knuckles, shaking, and the like. noun 1. (music) a percussion instrument consisting of a single drumhead of skin stretched over a circular wooden frame […]
- Tambour sound
tambour sound tam·bour sound (tām’bur’, tām-bur’) n. A heart sound, usually the aortic- or pulmonic-valve closure sound when it has a booming and ringing quality like that of a drum.
noun 1. a city, in the Russian Federation in Europe, SE of Moscow. noun 1. an industrial city in W Russia: founded in 1636 as a Muscovite fort; a major engineering centre. Pop: 293 000 (2005 est)
noun 1. an Asian musical instrument of the lute family having a small, round body and a long neck.