Here are some tribal percussion and natural south Cameroon ...
The Nkul: tamtam call.
The Ngom: short drum, played in bed, sit on it and the player uses his left foot Tallon to influence the sound. (membranophone)
The Mbai: long drum, is played standing up, a strap is used to hold the drum while the player works.
The Nkeng: the bell (south Cameroon, it is called the bell telling.
The snail shell. (played with a palm nuts with one hand and the snail on the other instrument body at the same time, as is played in coordination with the knees, the chest. It is an instrument originally female.
The drums of water (to play in a river, lake or the sea, but nowadays, you can feed an artificial pool.
Ewaé: raclette (enrugué bamboo, on which we pass a piece of tree bark.
Added to this, some trees of the rainforest produce fruit to maturity or flowering give birth to musical instruments of percussion.
We will try to tell you about it deeply and the methods, concepts and contexts in which the instrument took part in their own way to the economic, social and spiritual in this forest, there There's a long time until today.[less]