Course in Sitar Music

Amrapaali Kala Peeth
In New Delhi

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Typology Course
Start New delhi
Duration 1 Day
  • Course
  • New delhi
  • Duration:
    1 Day

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Where and when

Starts Location
On request
New Delhi
615, Pocket-13 Phase-1 manglapuri, Dwarka, New Delhi-110045, 110045, Delhi, India
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Starts On request
New Delhi
615, Pocket-13 Phase-1 manglapuri, Dwarka, New Delhi-110045, 110045, Delhi, India
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Course programme

We all are aware of the fact that Sitar is a conventional instrument of northern India which has close to 18 to 20 strings, 20 frets in addition to has an interesting resonance which soothes pleasant-sounding ears in addition to expands the accepted wisdom mind. Fundamentally a unoccupied out pump kin with a neckline, it is a medieval-device which was made famous in the 60 by George Harrison of Beatles fame in addition to others. Adapted from the Vina, an tool described in the antique Indian Vedaas, the Sitaar itself is only six hundred years old. It is completed by means of a dehydrated out pumpkin for the body, Tun or Rose wood for the décolletage, in addition to a dehydrated out gourd for the resonator at the top of the neckline. The bowed frets also permit more resourcefulness, ingenuity ,inventiveness as well as vision in bending a note than on a guitar. Bending a note involve pulling the tingle into a diverse position on the fret, consequently tightening the cord in addition to raising the pitch. All the frets on a Sitar are portable, being necktied with string. .The Sitar has seven strings on the higher part of the cadaver in addition to eleven or thirteen understanding strings beneath the fret which generate, acoustically, electronic special sounds like reverberation, re-verb, and chorus & maintain. To consent to the understanding strings underneath the frets to generously resonate, the frets basically have a arrow shaped figure.

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