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Repairing my drum; Atabaque (Part 2)

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I was surprised that my Atabaque was broken, but it’s acceptable because a musical instrument is fragile. I know that it can be repaired. I started to search the Internet for a person who can repair it. It was not so easy since the Atabaque is not popular in Japan. I got some information but it was not enough. Suddenly, I realized one of our group members said that he repaired his Atabaque. So I asked him if he could repair it. He accepted my request and I’m really glad that he did. I brought and carried the Atabuque on my shoulders, taking a bicycle and train for almost an hour, “That’s not so tiring,” I thought, even though the Atabaque’s weight is around 10kg. I smiled when I saw my image reflected on the window of the train. I looked like an old vegetable vendor who was shouldering a big basket. Somebody stared at me but nobody said anything in the train. Anyway, I safely arrived in my friend’s home.

To be continue part 3.

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Title:Repairing my drum; Atabaque (Part 2)
I was surprised the fact that my drum; Atabaque was broken, but it’s acceptable because a musical instrument is expendable. I know that will be able to repair. I started to search on the Internet who can repair. It was not so easy, the Atabaque was not popular in Japan. I got some informations, but there were not enough. Suddenly I realized one of our group’s member said to repair his Atabaque. I asked him if he could repair it. He accepted my request. I’m really glad hear that. I brought and carried it my shoulder by bicycle and train almost 1hour, that’s not so tired I thought. Even though the Atabaque’s weight is maybe 10kg. I smiled that I saw my style reflected the window of the train. It looks like elder vegetable vender who shouldered big basket. Anyway, I arrived safely my friend’s home.

To be continue part 3.

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