Dayereh Dayereh (Dayareh) is a frame drum occupying an important place in Iran traditional and classical Persian music, and popular styles of Azeri music. Dayereh is used in varied social situations, from performances of Persian classical music to performances of street entertainers. Dayereh is similar to a daf, it can be with or without the attached metal rings. On the other hand, Azeri dayereh’s sound is deeper.

The head of our dayerehs are either synthetic or of natural skin. Dayereh is also known as Middle-Eastern tambourine, it is also referred to as ghaval, gaval, qaval, dayere, daira, doira, and doyra. Dayerehs that we included in our catalogue are high-quality, hand-made drums constructed by masters. They are decorated as to reflect the Azeri culture.

The Dayereh is one of the most famous frame drums in Persia and Central Asia having many different names. Remo's Dayereh is lightweight, featuring a fixed pre-tuned tunable Renaissance drumhead.