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Numerology information Sitar:
Name Number: 4 Meaning: Stability, Sameness, Regular, Rules, Condition, Responsibility, Routine, Frame, Detail, Order
Definition funny of Sitar:
An elaborate instrument, deriving from traditional India. The Sitar gives off a very unique and recognizable sound. Many bands from the 60's used this, such as the Beatles (famously) and the Rolling Stones. It has 7 main strings, and 11-13 sympathetic (smaller) strings, which reside under the heavier 7. It is made of wood and gourd (tomba), and often is highly decorated with such things as carvings and bone.
The Beatles sure loved that Sitar! You can hear it very well in the song Norwegian Wood.
An instrument defined by its ability to make a person feel obscure. Indians and 60's musicians are excluded from this category because they perform for non-hipster reasons. Anyone who plays the sitar in the united states in the modern era is automatically a hipster.
John: Yo check out that kid playing the sitar Jack: Damn, what a hipster. He does have skills though John: Yea for a hipster
Songs about Sitar:
Sitar (Yoga Music) by Bollywood Buddha Indian Music Café from the Album Taste of the Orient Buddha Chill Lounge, Vol. 2 - Sexy Lounge Music & Indian Oriental Chillout, Asian Fashion Wine Bar Music Café & Exotic Chill Lounge Cocktail Party Music
Guitars & Sitars at Midnight (Night Sounds, Guitar & Sitar for Sleep & Massage) by Massage Tribe from the Album 50 Tracks: Relaxing Spanish Spa Guitar (Massage Music, Spa, Yoga Music, New Age & Relaxation)
Raga:Bhairavi in "Flute -Santoor-Sitar-Songs Of Sunrize" (Original) by Brij Narayan, Shahid Parvez Khan Raghunath Seth from the Album Bhairavi
Sitar Magic (India World Music Lounge Mix) by Footing Jogging Workout from the Album Footing and Jogging: Chill Out Lounge Bar Workout Music Grooves
Sitar: Rag Jog Feat. Chirag Katti by Music for Deep Relaxation from the Album Best of Relaxing Classical Indian Music
Variant Moods - Duet For Sitar & Violin (Abridged Version) by Joshua Bell;Anoushka Shankar from the Album At Home With Friends
High Life (Featuring Ustad Habib Khan - Sitar, Pandit Swapan Chaudhuri - Tabla) by Ustad Habib Khan from the Album Longing
Books about Sitar:
The Sitar by Rebecca Idris (Jun 23, 2012)
Hal Leonard Sitar Method by Josh Feinberg (May 1, 2013)
The Sitar by Manfred Junius (Nov 2002)
Mel Bay presents Learning the Sitar by David Courtney & Srinivas Koumounduri (Jul 27, 2009)
Sitar Compositions in Ome Swarlipi by Ragini Trivedi (Mar 25, 2011)
Sitar Realty Company.(New Jersey): An article from: Real Estate Weekly by Unavailable (Oct 1, 2014)
Sitar and Its Music by Pandit Debu Chaudhuri (Jan 31, 2014)
Movies about Sitar:
Live In Concert: Ustad Shahid Parvez Khan, Sitar - Raga: Bihag 2013 - Runtime: 1 hr 16 mins Starring: Ustad Shahid Parvez Khan, et al. Directed by: Enayet Hossain
Sitar Tutor #2 - Beginning Sitar Exercises DVD 2005 - Runtime: 1 hr 5 mins Starring: Ashwin Batish Directed by: Ashwin Batish
Sitar Tutor #1: Introduction To Sitar 2005 - Runtime: 1 hr 4 mins Starring: Ashwin Batish Directed by: Ashwin Batish
Learn To Play: Sitar 2007 - Runtime: 1 hr Starring: B.Sivaramakrishna Rao Directed by: B.Sivaramakrishna Rao
Sitar Tutor #3 - Changing Your Sitar Strings 2005 - Runtime: 1 hr 2 mins Starring: Ashwin Batish Directed by: Ashwin Batish
Sitar Tutor #4 - Tweaking Your Sitar DVD 2005 - Runtime: 1 hr 2 mins Starring: Ashwin Batish Directed by: Ashwin Batish
In Concert Ashwin Batish-Sitar, Zakir Hussain-Tabla 2006 - Runtime: 1 hr Starring: Ashwin Batish and Zakir Hussain Directed by: Ashwin Batish
Wiki information Sitar:
The sitar is a plucked stringed instrument used mainly in Hindustani music and Indian classical music. The instrument is believed to have been derived from the veena, an ancient Indian instrument, which was modified by a Mughal court musician to...
An electric sitar is a kind of electric guitar designed to mimic the sound of the traditional Indian instrument, the sitar. Depending on the manufacturer and model, these instruments bear varying degrees of resemblance to the traditional sitar. Most...