Saturday, November 14, 2009

Saturday Photohunt - Music

Young artists performing Indian classical music at a concert in Mumbai. The stringed instrument is called 'Sarod' and the percussion instrument on the left is called the 'Tabla'.
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17 comments:

  1. I wish I could hear
    the Indian music :-)
    Young artists need a change to be famous ....

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  2. I agree with Anya, magiceye...you should, also, post a sample of the music so we can hear what the instruments sound like!

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  3. Fantastic shot as always. I can almost hear the music!!

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  4. Cool, unusual instruments! I just wish we could hear a sampling of the music, too!

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  5. What a neat photo!

    Happy Photo Hunting! I hope you get a chance to visit my post today at New York Traveler.net. Happy trails!

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  6. Excellent photo. Have a great weekend

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  7. Great picture - and I hear the music ...
    :-)

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  8. Looks like a pair of dedicated musicians. I'm sure you enjoyed the concert!

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  9. Reminds me of a very famous musician of the 60s by the name of Ravi Shankar (I think - They say if you remember the 60s you didn't live them) LOL. Anyway, nice pic.

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  10. I'd always wondered what that instrument was called. I just knew what it wasn't. As in it wasn't a sitar or a tambura.

    There's a guy in my office from Gujarat that's schooled in Indian classical music. I'll have to dig up the URL for his website. I haven't heard him play myself, but apparently he's fairly well known locally.

    Love the shot!

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  11. Wow......and that too with the left hand.

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