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Instruments of India

Page history last edited by Andrew Alder 12 years, 2 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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