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Tarang Indian Instruments: Hansa Vina

TARANG offers the whole range of Indian stringed Instruments. In addition to the big variety of Sitars, Tanpuras and bowed instruments, TARANG offers Santur, Mohan Vina and Swarmandal in excellent quality.

Tanjore tambura early 19th century, India (length 146.1 cm). Materials gourd, wood, metal, bone. This tambura is the larger in a set of two and referred to as the male. It is decorated with ivory inlay on a dark wood body. Its resonator is made from a single piece of wood, but carved to resemble bodies made of strips.

Tanjore Tāmbūra (male)

Afinación del Sitar

Afinación del Sitar

Pandharpuri tambura, 19th century India

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Tamburi, Gwalior, 1800-1900. India's rulers were important patrons of classical misic. This stringed instrument comes from Gwalior, a region with a rich musical heritage.

Tamburi, Gwalior, India's rulers were important patrons of classical misic. This stringed instrument comes from Gwalior, a region with a rich musical heritage.

Brescian Mandolin, Gioffredo Rinaldi, Turin, 18...7, labeled ...MARENGO RINALDI SUCC. GIOFFREDO RINALDI CORINO FECIT 18...1, length of back 11 1/4 in.

Yamaha DGX-230 76-Key Electronic Keyboard with Nearly 500 Voices and Recording Feature

Brescian Mandolin, Gioffredo Rinaldi, Turin, 18...7, labeled ...MARENGO RINALDI SUCC. GIOFFREDO RINALDI CORINO FECIT 18...1, length of back 11 1/4 in.

Sarangi, 19th century, Gujarat, India,62.8cm. A sarangi is a bowed stringed instrument with a skin-covered resonator. The typical sarangi is made by hand, usually from a single block of tun wood. The playing strings are usually made of goat gut, but on this example the top two strings are metal. This small sarangi is unusual in that it does not have sympathetic strings.

Sarangi

Sūr pyār (Compound Sitar, Tambura, Esraj) Date: late 19th century Geography: Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh, India Culture: Indian

Sūr pyār (Compound Sitar, Tambura, Esraj) Date: late century Geography: Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh, India Culture: Indian

BANDURRIA Instrumento dotado de una caja acústica plana, en forma de pera, un mástil y una cabeza en la que va un clavijero con doce cuerdas metálicas agrupadas en seis órdenes. El diapasón que va a lo largo del mástil tiene habitualmente 14 trastes. El intérprete pulsa las cuerdas con un plectro o púa casi siempre entre la boca o tarraja (abertura de forma circular u oblonga practicada en la tapa superior) y el puente. Éste está situado entre la boca y el cordal y sobre él reposan las…

BANDURRIA Instrumento dotado de una caja acústica plana, en forma de pera, un mástil y una cabeza en la que va un clavijero con doce cuerdas metálicas agrupadas en seis órdenes. El diapasón que va a lo largo del mástil tiene habitualmente 14 trastes. El intérprete pulsa las cuerdas con un plectro o púa casi siempre entre la boca o tarraja (abertura de forma circular u oblonga practicada en la tapa superior) y el puente. Éste está situado entre la boca y el cordal y sobre él reposan las…

Viola da Gamba

Violin Makers: Nicolò Amati (1596–1684) and Antonio Stradivari (1644–1737)

Sitar.  Date:     late 19th Century. Geography:     India.

This small sitar has a body made of bent strips of wood. The strips are bent to form a bowl resonator that resembles the shape of small sitars that use ostrich eggs for the resonating champer.

Sitar (ate 19th century, India). Gourd, wood, ivory, metal. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, USA

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Sitar, late century India Wood, ivory, metal Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York NY USA

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