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  1. Daktilar
    Shop sitar sheet music, music books, music scores & more at Sheet Music Plus, the World's Largest Selection of Sheet Music.
  2. Migar
    The sitar (English: / ˈ s ɪ t ɑːr / or / s ɪ ˈ t ɑːr /; सितार, Punjabi: ਸਿਤਾਰ, sitāra pronounced) is a plucked stringed instrument, originating from the Indian subcontinent, used in Hindustani classical athafflapsiorisurnonisorlosero.xyzinfo instrument was invented in medieval India and flourished in the 16th and 17th centuries and arrived at its present form in 18th-century India.
  3. Nem
    The chikari are es­pec­ially impor­tant in a style of play­ing known as jhala. Tumba. Many sitars have a gourd which is at­ta­ched to the neck. This is known as tumba. Not all sitars have a tumba. Tar. A tar is a string. There a num­ber of strings on the sitar. Numbers may vary, but 18 is a com­mon num­ber.
  4. Grozragore
    Many students will hug the sitar so close to their chest that it is almost impossible to maneuver over the fret board. 2. Don’t make the mistake of looking over the fretboard as you play the sitar. There is a natural tendency to look at your fingers as they run over the various frets while you try playing your sitar. Avoid this behavior.
  5. Vudobei
    Apr 18,  · Learn the different parts that make up a sitar in this free online music lesson on how to play the sitar. Expert: Amelia Maciszewski Contact: athafflapsiorisurnonisorlosero.xyzinfo Bio: .
  6. Arashijind
    Feb 23,  · This sitar is individually handcrafted making it unique and special. It is a hybrid instrument that unites the classic and modern music styles. The style of the sitar is the Ravi Shankar style that produces a sweet, deep and crisp sound. The tuning of the sitar is easy allowing you to have a various high and low notes.
  7. Kazizahn
    The Sitar is one of the most popular melody instruments in classic North Indian musical tradition. Together with the surbahar and the tanpura it belongs to the family of the long-necked lutes. Its sound box is made of a pumpkin while the sound board and neck are made of timber (most common is toon wood, an Indian subspecies of teak wood).

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