The next Rhythm of the series is Baladi which is an Egyptian folk dance rhythm originated during the early 20th-century.
The word Baladi means "of the country" while the word "Egyptian Baladi means "of the country Egypt."
The Egyptian Beledi/baladi rhythm originated when the farmers who went to the city started dancing in cramped areas, which is how it all started and is still popular today.
The rhythm sounds like:
Doum-Doum- Tak-Doum-Tak- Doum-Doum- Tak-Doum-Tak
Our Egyptian Darbuka is made in the ancient city of Alexandria where tradition and innovation met. These goblet drums reflect this meeting of two worlds, resulting in classic instruments that are made utilizing modern manufacturing techniques.