The standard drum set we know now exists since 1935. It was ‘invented’ in the USA, in New Orleans. It consists of a few different parts. But it took a while before a drum set looked like this one. A
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The violin, the most commonly used member of the modern string family, is the highest-sounding instrument of that group. Its four strings are stretched over a high arched bridge that permits the playing of one or two strings at a
Among Indian classical musical instruments, the sitar is perhaps the best known. What’s not known is its exact origin. The sitar has been in existence for thousands of years in one form or another, but there are several theories as
A harmonium is a type of organ that uses air pushed through reeds to create sound. It is popular in Indian music, and is often described as sounding like an accordion. Although it is most commonly used in Eastern music,
The Indian tabla, a two-piece percussion instrument, is the principal rhythmic accompaniment to most North Indian classical (namely khyal) and light music. It is said to have its origin in the two-faced drum called mridangam (used in South Indian music)
Hindustani Classical Music is an astonishing gift from god given to us. It is Indian classical music tradition, which took silhouette in northern India in 13th & 14th centuries from the spiritual, Folk and melodramatic recital performs. Hindustani Classical Music
We have won the “Global Quality Award 2015” international Award for best Music, Dance & Fine Arts College awarded by Karisma Kapoor – the famous Bollywood actress.