sarod

stringed musical instrument of the lute family that is common to the art-music traditions of northern India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh. The modern ... [2 related articles]
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sarod

Long-necked plucked lute used in North Indian (Hindustani) music. The body is hollow and pear-shaped and carved from a single piece of wood. The sarod has eight playing strings (four melody and four for drone and rhythmic punctuation) and about 15 sympathetic strings that run over a polished metal, fretless fingerboard. Some strings have a ...
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Sarod

The Sarod is a short-necked, fretless waisted lute carved from a block of teak, with a goat skin sound table. This instrument is said to date from the 19th C.
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Sarod

The sarod (or sarode) (সরোদ shorod) is a lutelike stringed instrument of India, used mainly in Indian classical music. Along with the sitar, it is among the most popular and prominent instruments in Hindustani (northern Indian, Bangladeshi and Pakistani) classical music. The sarod is known for a deep, weighty, introspective sound, in contr...
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sarod

bowed or plucked South Asian string instrument
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