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TABLA Entre los instrumentos de percusión destacar un instrumento doble llamado tabla, La tabla es uno de los instrumentos más conocidos de la India. En realidad se trata de un par de tambores: la tabla propiamente dicha, que es un pequeño tambor vertical de sonido más agudo, con un solo parche tensado con cuerdas de cuero y rodillos de madera bajo las cuerdas para modificar la tensión, y, por lo tanto, la altura de sonido. El segundo tambor, llamado bâyâ, es un pequeño timbal con forma de…

TABLA Entre los instrumentos de percusión destacar un instrumento doble llamado tabla, La tabla es uno de los instrumentos más conocidos de la India. En realidad se trata de un par de tambores: la tabla propiamente dicha, que es un pequeño tambor vertical de sonido más agudo, con un solo parche tensado con cuerdas de cuero y rodillos de madera bajo las cuerdas para modificar la tensión, y, por lo tanto, la altura de sonido. El segundo tambor, llamado bâyâ, es un pequeño timbal con forma de…

SITAR De los instrumentos de cuerda, el sitar es sin duda el instrumento indio más conocido y es habitual en el norte de la India y en Pakistán.

SITAR De los instrumentos de cuerda, el sitar es sin duda el instrumento indio más conocido y es habitual en el norte de la India y en Pakistán.

#AroundTheWorldIn8Days Rooted in the Kerala dance dramas over 1500 years old Kathakali is one of the most intricate and demanding styles of theatre in the world. Acts traditionally begin at night and don't end until morning. In order to prepare for these demanding roles they will sometimes train for up to a decade to build their stamina and master the many hand gestures facial expression and body movements. Here two Kathakali dancers prepare to perform in Kochi #India. #Dance #Music #Art…

#AroundTheWorldIn8Days Rooted in the Kerala dance dramas over 1500 years old Kathakali is one of the most intricate and demanding styles of theatre in the world. Acts traditionally begin at night and don't end until morning. In order to prepare for these demanding roles they will sometimes train for up to a decade to build their stamina and master the many hand gestures facial expression and body movements. Here two Kathakali dancers prepare to perform in Kochi #India. #Dance #Music #Art…

This Nyckelharpa was made in Sweden by Olle Plahn. It is a keyed fiddle with tangents pressing notes on the strings like a Hurdy Gurdy, but hand bowed. It has a wonderful olde world sound. A popular Swedish folk instrument, it is also being used in Irish celtic music. Plenty of examples of it being played on YouTube.

This Nyckelharpa was made in Sweden by Olle Plahn. It is a keyed fiddle with tangents pressing notes on the strings like a Hurdy Gurdy, but hand bowed. It has a wonderful olde world sound. A popular Swedish folk instrument, it is also being used in Irish celtic music. Plenty of examples of it being played on YouTube.

The oud is the tear-drop short necked lute of the Arab World and Persia. The oud is said to have had celestial origins, and was bestowed on mortals, which is probably why it is one of the few musical instruments tolerated by the Islamic faith. It is also said to have great magical powers to heal the sick and infirm. The ud originated in ancient Persia, and is now played throughout the Arab world, where it is considered as the greatest of instruments

The oud is the tear-drop short necked lute of the Arab World and Persia. The oud is said to have had celestial origins, and was bestowed on mortals, which is probably why it is one of the few musical instruments tolerated by the Islamic faith. It is also said to have great magical powers to heal the sick and infirm. The ud originated in ancient Persia, and is now played throughout the Arab world, where it is considered as the greatest of instruments

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