When you see dhene gene there are generally 2 styles or methods to playing. One is very resonant the other is more dampened. both are played starting with the first finger plus ga on the baya for dhe. For the resonant version (which I think is best for this composition) play ne with the 3rd finger. Both dhe and ne and the final ne should land on the sur but closer to the kinar and have tone.
To play the other version of dhene gene it should sound more like dhete gete, and is played more on the gab, also for ne you would use the 2nd and 3rd finger for ne. This to me is dhete gete or dhita gete but it has been demonstrated as dhene gene. Anyway this is a great little laggi/rela thing, the tak should be play either with the chupki snap (first finger on kinar) or the cupped hand on the gab (more advanced)
Bhavesh (Jan 28, 2003 01:34 p.m.): One more thing to add.
I got previous kayda from warran's compotion database (sorry about that.).