The tuberleki or Darbuka or pitcher belongs to the family of percussion instruments and comes to us from ancient times. The only difference between the ancient and the modern darbuka is its construction material, which in most cases is now plastic, while in the past were used animal skins. The darbuka is a rhythmic and particularly “live” instrument which is found mainly in traditional and folk music as well as in rebetika. During the lessons the student learns to tune as well as to improve his sense of rhythm. Gradually, through the right technique and placement of his hands, he can develop speed and be able to alternate from one tempo to another skillfully and methodically.