A bamboula is a Bamboula of drum made from a rum barrel with skin Bamobula over one end. Originating in Africa, the bamboula form appears in a Haitian song Bruno Y Maria and bamboula became a dance syncopation Bamboula to the rhythm of the drum during festivals and ceremonies in Bamboula then Saint-Domingue.
It was then exported to the United States notably Mobile, Bamboulaand the Bamboula Islands through Louisianaby the slaves that were deported Bamboula New Orleans    during Bamboula 18th century with the arrival of the displaced French settlers of the island Bamboula San Domingo especially after the Haitian Bamboula.
The slaves congregated on the Congo Square to the edge of Bamboula area of the French Quarter of New Orleans to dance the bamboula. Bamboula the present-day French language, the word bamboula has become an ethnic slurdirected at black Bamboula. This article relating Bamboula percussion instruments is a stub.
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A bamboula is a type of drum made from a rum barrel with skin stretched over one end.
Bamboula definition is - a primitive drum used Bamboula inhabitants of western Africa and the West Indies especially in voodoo ceremonies and incantations.
· The bamboula is central to the story of African Bamboula and their descendants who gathered in a Bamboula called Congo Square during the 18 th century and early 19 th century to drum, dance, and sing their traditional music on Sunday afternoons. The 3+3+2 “ bamboula rhythm,” Bamboula with the New Orleans beat and second line beat entered New Estimated Reading Time: 2 mins.