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MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS OF INDIA
The tabla, sanai, baya and the micro-tone tuning of the sitar are presented and performed.
Documentary 1944 12 mins
The tabla, sanai, baya and the micro-tone tuning of the sitar are presented and performed. With additional focus also being given to the many different type of drums in India, the saraswati veena and other unique and multifaceted instruments.
- Original title
- Musical Instruments of India
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