Saturday, January 12, 2013

Khol Drum Players // Dội trống Ấn dô zưới ni (14,833 người) vừa lập một kỹ lục


 

Dám thanh niên Ấn dô zưới ni (14,833 người) vừa lập một kỹ lục biễu ziễn múa & dánh trống .. kó thễ lập kỹ-lục mới kũa Guinness ..hạ dội trống kũa Chệt Hồng Kông (10,102 người) biễu ziễn năm 2002.. 

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Khol and the gang: 15,000 Indians play traditional drums for 15 minutes in attempt to set record for largest percussion ensemble  

  • Group of drummers wore traditional Assamese attire to play percussion instrument known as khol in Titabar, India
  • Total of 14,833 people participated in event to create national record - and they're hoping for Guinness World Record
  • Current record was set in Hong Kong in July 2002 when 10,102 people played a percussive rhythm for six minutes
 
PUBLISHED: 01:15 GMT, 7 January 2013 | UPDATED: 01:15 GMT, 7 January 2013
 
These extraordinary pictures show how a huge group of percussionists attempted to break the world record for the largest ensemble of drummers.
 
The drummers wore traditional Assamese attire yesterday to play a percussion instrument known as the khol, in Titabar, east of Gauhati, India.
 
A total of 14,833 people participated in the event to create an Indian record - and they were also hoping it was enough to set a Guinness World Record.
Huge effort: Indians wearing traditional Assamese attire play the khol, a traditional percussion instrument, in an attempt to create a Guinness World Record
Huge effort: Indians wearing traditional Assamese attire play the khol, a traditional percussion instrument, in an attempt to create a Guinness World Record
Amazing scene: A total of 14,833 people participated in the event which has already created an Indian record - and they hope it will also set a world record
Amazing scene: A total of 14,833 people participated in the event which has already created an Indian record - and they hope it will also set a world record
Up above: This astonishing picture shows the Indian percussionists raising their khol as they participate in an attempt to create a Guinness World Record
Up above: This astonishing picture shows the Indian percussionists raising their khol as they participate in an attempt to create a Guinness World Record
In time: The drummers played in rhythm for 15 minutes yesterday afternoon and a video of the event will be sent to officials at Guinness World Records
In time: The drummers played in rhythm for 15 minutes yesterday afternoon and a video of the event will be sent to officials at Guinness World Records
Drummer boys: The khol players were dressed in traditional attire complete with headgear - and they all had numbers on the front of their outfits
Drummer boys: The khol players were dressed in traditional attire complete with headgear - and they all had numbers on the front of their outfits
The drummers played in rhythm for 15 minutes yesterday afternoon and a video of the event will be sent to officials at Guinness World Records.
The khol players were dressed in traditional attire complete with headgear - and they were all pictured with numbers on the front of their outfits.

 
The record for the largest percussion performance was set in Hong Kong in July 2002 when 10,102 people played a percussive rhythm for six minutes.
The khol is a two-sided drum from northern and eastern India made of terracotta - and it is often used to accompany devotional music.
Concentration: Many of the drummers at the event were young boys playing the kohl, a two-sided drum from northern and eastern India made of terracotta
Concentration: Many of the drummers at the event were young boys playing the kohl, a two-sided drum from northern and eastern India made of terracotta
Lined up: The drummers were dressed in traditional attire complete with headgear and played in rhythm for 15 minutes at Titabor in Jorhat district, India
Lined up: The drummers were dressed in traditional attire complete with headgear and played in rhythm for 15 minutes at Titabor in Jorhat district, India
Watching on: Excited spectators gathered to watch the Guinness World Record attempt yesterday as thousands of traditional drummers assembled in India
Watching on: Excited spectators gathered to watch the Guinness World Record attempt yesterday as thousands of traditional drummers assembled in India
Put your hands up: The entire event was videoed and will be sent to Guinness World Records authorities for an effort at breaking the world record
Put your hands up: The entire event was videoed and will be sent to Guinness World Records authorities for an effort at breaking the world record