Nae (pinyin: Nà é), also known as Reba drum. The Tibetan and Monba people play musical instruments that strike the membrane. The Han people call it the Tibetan hand drum. Popular in Tibet's Qamdo, Nagqu, Nyingchi, Qinghai Yushu, Gannan in Gansu, Ganzi in Sichuan and Diqing in Yunnan and other Tibetan areas. Originally a Tibetan religious musical instrument. It has become an inseparable accompaniment instrument for folk songs and dances such as Tibetan "reba dance". It is called "hand drum" in Chinese. Popular in the Tibet Autonomous Region and other Tibetan-inhabited areas.
nature：religious musical instrument
In Weixi County, Diqing Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture, Yunnan Province, there is such a legend circulating among the people.
The drum frame is round, made of a thin wooden slat that is boiled and bent, covered with goat skin on both sides, and fixed with metal drum nails.
When playing, the left hand holds the handle of the drum and the right hand holds the drum to play. Due to the different parts of the drum, the sound also changes greatly.