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Music Of The Gods
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is an ancient ritual musical instrument and a device historically
used for communicating over greatly extended distances.
In Greek mythology, the satyr Marsyas is a central figure in two stories involving death: in one, he picked up the double flute (aulos) that had been abandoned by Athena and played it; in the other, he challenged Apollo to a contest of music and lost his hide and life.
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The Myth of The Origin of The Drum
One night, a seven-year-old boy had a dream. In the dream was a Jeu, and a man inside was beating a drum. He gave the boy a drum. When the child awoke, he was confused and looked all around him for the drum from his dream. Unable to find it, he asked his parents to give him one. They had no idea what he meant, as they had never seen a drum before. The boy cried for several days, and his parents were unable to console him.
One day, his father instructed the boy's mother to prepare a large amount of sago, as they were going on a trip. The boy and his father rowed in their canoe for three days and nights, until they came to a Jeu. Inside was a man beating a drum. The father told the man of his son's dream. The man then explained to the father and son how to make a drum. He instructed them which wood to cut, how to hollow it out, and how to fashion a head from lizard skin tied on with rattan. Finally, he gave the child a drum of his own.
The father and son returned to their village with the drum, to the amazement of his mother. And to this day, the Asmat make drums in this way.