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Dhun In Palas Kafi On Sitar & Sarod - Various - Music Of India Vol.2- Melodies On Sitar, Shehnai, Flute, Santoor & Sarod (CD)


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  1. Students will experience traditional Indian music and internalize it by moving to it. There will be an opportunity to listen to, play and dance to sitar music and ragas. Suggested Grade Levels: , , Country: India Region: Asia Culture Group: Indian Genre: Indian Classical Instruments: Sitar Language: Hindi Co-Curricular Areas: Social.
  2. Sitar, stringed instrument of the lute family that is popular in northern India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh. Typically measuring about meters (4 feet) in length, the sitar has a deep pear-shaped gourd body; a long, wide, hollow wooden neck; both front and side tuning pegs; and 20 arched movable frets.
  3. Raj Musicals Leading online Musical Instrument Store in Delhi India. Lowest price Dealer, Trader & Manufacturer of Guitars, Pianos, Yamaha,Roland & Casio Keyboards, Drums, Harmoniums, Sitar, Dilruba, Taus, Sarangi, Tabla & Pro Audio Microphone & Soundcard.
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Sitar Music Of India on Discogs.
  5. List of Famous Indian Musical Instrument players - Violin,Flute,Sitar,Sarod,Shehnai,Tabla,Sitar,Sarangi and More Maestros in Indian Musical Instruments Flute:India Popular persons.
  6. Jan 09,  · History and Origins of the Sitar In the western world the sitar is perhaps the most well known musical instrument of India. It's sound evokes thoughts and feelings of the sub-continent. It is believed to have evolved into its present form in the 's, during the collapse of the Moghul Empire, as a marriage between.
  7. The sitar is South Asia’s prime plucked string instrument of the North Indian classical tradition and the first one to be widely heard and recognised in the West, through the appearance of Ravi Shankar in the s. Over the last fifty years or so, the sitar, although a relatively modern instrument, has emerged as the single iconic object that defines the world’s most ancient .
  8. Etymology and history. The Hindi and Urdu word sitar originally derives from Persian seh + tar, literally meaning “three strings.”The instrument descended from a similar but simpler Afghan instrument called the Setar (meaning “three strings”) and its predecessor the Dutar (meaning “two strings”) The sitar flourished in the 16th and 17th centuries and arrived at its present form in.

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