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Instruments of India

Page history last edited by Andrew Alder 11 years, 10 months ago

This page covers instruments associated with the subcontinent of India, including Pakistan and Bangla Desh.

 

Sitar

 

 

Tanpura

A drone-only version of the sitar, with four to seven strings and no frets. It is also sometimes known as the tambura but this name is also given to the tamburica, a three or four-coursed fretted lute from the Balkans, or to the tanbur, a family of lutes of which the tamburica is a member, or to a member of the lyre family from the Middle East.

 

 

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