The Pahu is an instrument that has been played in Hawaiian culture since time immemorial. The drum's resonant sound is said by some to represent the earth's heartbeat and be a healing instrument. The Hawaiian pahu drum, used for Hula and in religious ceremonies, is usually made from the stump of a coconut tree, whose skin is comprised of cowhide or sharkskin.
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