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Indian musical instruments

  1. 1. Indian Musical Instruments
  2. 4. Blown-Air (SUSHIR)
  3. 5. (TAT) Plucked String
  4. 6. (VITAT) Bowed String
  5. 7. - means "to be covered"; therefore, an instrument wherein a vessel or a frame is covered with leather Membranous Percussion (AVANADDH)
  6. 8. (GHAN) Non-Membranous Percussion
  7. 9. Blown-Air (SUSHIR)
  8. 10. SHEHNAI - is a double reed wind instrument with eight or nine holes. The upper seven for playing, the lower ones for tuning.
  9. 11. FLUTE
  10. 12. (TAT) Plucked String
  11. 13. SITAR - is the most popular stringed instrument of India and has been in use for 700 years.
  12. 15. SAROD - another popular stringed instrument played by striking with a plectrum made of a coconut shell.
  13. 16. <ul><li> TANPURA </li></ul><ul><li>a four or five stringed </li></ul><ul><li>instrument which gives the </li></ul><ul><li>essential drone to all Indian </li></ul><ul><li>music. </li></ul>
  14. 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.
  15. 18. (VITAT) Bowed String
  16. 19. ESRAJ -is played with a bow and has many strings. It is one of the major instruments of Northern India.
  17. 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.
  18. 21. <ul><li>SANTOOR </li></ul><ul><li>is a Northern Indian instrument originating from Kashmir. It has more than a hundred strings. </li></ul>hammers
  19. 22. - means &quot;to be covered&quot;; therefore, an instrument wherein a vessel or a frame is covered with leather Membranous Percussion (AVANADDH)
  20. 23. - is the overall term for two drums, which are played as accompaniment to Northern India music and dance. TABLA
  21. 24. MRIDANGAM - it is most used drum in South Indian music.
  22. 25. - a side drum, cylindrical in shape use to accompany folk music of Northern India. DHOLAK
  23. 26. (GHAN) Non-Membranous Percussion
  24. 27. <ul><li>a water xylophone. </li></ul>- “ waves in the water ” Jal Tarang

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