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There are a number of drums in Garifuna culture. The principal drum that is used in religious ceremonies is the "heart drum" known as lanigi garaoun (laneegee garaow). The word for drum is garaoun.

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Garifuna music is a genre of music that comes from the Garifuna people.

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