The devil chasers or tugangay (pronounced too-gang-ay) are percussion instruments that have their origins in the Philippines. They are made from a bamboo tube that has been cut partly down its length. Toward one end is a small hole, which may be covered by the thumb to create different effects. They are struck against each other or the ground to give a buzzing sound. They are said to ward off evil.
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