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Monumento a los tamboristas
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El Monumento al Tamborista.


La Noche de los Tambores, que se celebra cada Martes Santo, se ha convertido en la fiesta más emblemática de Mula. De esta manera se entiende que en un privilegiado lugar de la plaza se colocase en el año 2000 el Monumento al Tamborista realizado por el escultor Rafael Pi Belda. En él se representan a dos tamboristas haciendo una “pangana”, momento en el que uno frente al otro redoblan sus tambores para mostrar su habilidad haciendo zurrir las pieles.

Texto extraído de la página del ayuntamiento de Mula en http://www.mula.es/user/pagina.php?id_tipo=2&id_pagina=21

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Copyright: Fernando Cifuentes Duque
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Uploaded: 09/02/2014
Updated: 16/07/2014
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Tags: monumento; tamboristas; mula; murcia
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