Sarangi Bowed Strings Stringed Instruments

The sarangi is revered for its great flexibility of timbre and inflection, and the intensity of emotional expression to which it lends itself. The melody strings are stopped not with the pads of the fingers but with the cuticles or the upper nails or the skin above the nails of the left hand.

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See Also:
  • Mohan Samant: Sarangi - Reflection about the instrument from the point of view of stringed an artist.
  • Musical Instruments of India - Sarangi - Sales of instruments and recordings, sound sample, and links.
  • Sangi Rangi - Provides instrument information and history, player archive, and bowed strings research article. By Nicolas Magriel, performer, teacher and bowed strings researcher.

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