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INDIAN INSTRUMENTS BY RESA P5O 2014
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It is used in the Indian folk music is a part of Hindustani music art. The instrument consists of a pair of hand drums of contrasting sizes and timbres. It appears similar to their Afro-Cuban/Latin-American drum-based relatives bongos. However playing Tabla is very different to these. It is a mathematically calculated process. The right hand drum is called a tabla and the left hand drum is called a dagga or baya. It is claimed that the term tabla is derived from an Arabic word, tabl, which simply means "drum." The tabla is used in some other Asian musical traditions outside of Indian subcontinent, such as in the Indonesian dangdut genre.
Veena is also called as Saraswati Veena.The sanskrit word Veena which is attested already in the Rigveda has destinated in the course of Indian history a variety of instruments of various types.
The Tambra is played as a folk instrument in Magedonia and Bulgaria.It has double steel stringsand is played with a plectrum,in the same manner as the mandolin.
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Sitar is a plucked string instrument used mainly in Hindustani and Indian classical music.The instrument descended from long-necked lutes taken to the Indian subcontient from central asia and is also believed to be influeced by the Veena.
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A harmonium is a keyboard instrument similar to an organ. It blows air through sets of free reeds, producing musical notes. The harmonium sounds like an accordion.
There are two sorts of harmonium. In a foot-pumped harmonium, the player pumps a foot pedal which operates a bellows that sends the air to the reeds.
A hand-pumped harmonium has a hand bellows that blows the air. It is used in music of India, Pakistan, Nepal and Afghanistan.
A pungi is an indian instrument which is known as a snake charmer flute.