Kanji: 板. Radical: 木. Number of strokes: 8. Meaning: “ board”. Pronunciation: ハン、バン、いたhan, ban, ita.

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The txalaparta is a basque musical percussion instrument of several boards placed on supports struck with two sticks, usually by two people. (Basque lg)


Le txalaparta est un instrument de percussion musical basque composé de plusieurs planches placées sur des supports frappés de deux bâtons, généralement par deux personnes.

What is an instrument? How to define it? What uses do we have for instruments? How do we consider the history of tools and instruments? How do we consider the history of tool and instrument making? How do we consider the storage of tools and instruments? How do we consider the repair of tools and instruments? What part does the digital take in the relationship to instruments? (to be completed)

Qu’est–ce qu’un instrument ? Comment le définir ? Quels usages avons–nous des instruments ? Comment considérer l’histoire des outils et instruments ? Comment considérer l’histoire de la fabrication des outils et instruments? Comment considérer le rangement des outils et instruments? Comment considérer la réparation des outils et instruments ? Quelle part prend le numérique dans la relation aux instruments ?... (à compléter)

Kanji: 搭. Radical: 手. Number of strokes: 12. Meaning: “ board”. Pronunciation: トウtō.

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