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Indian musical instruments

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  • 1. Indian Musical Instruments
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  • 3.  
  • 4. Blown-Air (SUSHIR)
  • 5. (TAT) Plucked String
  • 6. (VITAT) Bowed String
  • 7. - means "to be covered"; therefore, an instrument wherein a vessel or a frame is covered with leather Membranous Percussion (AVANADDH)
  • 8. (GHAN) Non-Membranous Percussion
  • 9. Blown-Air (SUSHIR)
  • 10. SHEHNAI - is a double reed wind instrument with eight or nine holes. The upper seven for playing, the lower ones for tuning.
  • 11. FLUTE
  • 12. (TAT) Plucked String
  • 13. SITAR - is the most popular stringed instrument of India and has been in use for 700 years.
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  • 15. SAROD - another popular stringed instrument played by striking with a plectrum made of a coconut shell.
  • 16.
    • TANPURA
    • a four or five stringed
    • instrument which gives the
    • essential drone to all Indian
    • music.
  • 17. VICITRA VEENA - is a fretless stringed instrument with four main strings. The strings are plucked by a plectrum on the index or middle finger of the right hand.
  • 18. (VITAT) Bowed String
  • 19. ESRAJ -is played with a bow and has many strings. It is one of the major instruments of Northern India.
  • 20. SARANGI The name derives from Sau Rangi meaning 100 colors. It is generally used to accompany singers but can also be a solo instrument.
  • 21.
    • SANTOOR
    • is a Northern Indian instrument originating from Kashmir. It has more than a hundred strings.
    hammers
  • 22. - means "to be covered"; therefore, an instrument wherein a vessel or a frame is covered with leather Membranous Percussion (AVANADDH)
  • 23. - is the overall term for two drums, which are played as accompaniment to Northern India music and dance. TABLA
  • 24. MRIDANGAM - it is most used drum in South Indian music.
  • 25. - a side drum, cylindrical in shape use to accompany folk music of Northern India. DHOLAK
  • 26. (GHAN) Non-Membranous Percussion
  • 27.
    • a water xylophone.
    - “ waves in the water ” Jal Tarang
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