People who think that you cannot make a career out of music should know that if you love something enough with all your heart, then you can overcome any hardships that come your way to make your dreams come true.
That being said, there is no perfect age to start something you love, and music happens to be one of them too. It may so happen that you are just beginning to discover your love for music, or you may want to revive a long-long lost dream. Learning Hindustani classical music, for whatever reason, will be highly rejuvenating for your soul. While all musical instruments can help you on your path, this article discusses the top ones. You can easily buy anyw of them if you google the music instruments online store.
Among all musical instruments, the Sitar is quite popular. Sporting a long neck with twenty metal frets and seven cords, it produces the most beautiful music. The frets are adjoined with thirteen strings that are tuned to the notes of the raga. A round shape or a gourd that acts as a soundboard is grounded at the lower end of the sitar’s neck.
- Brand: IMPI
- Colour: Natural wood colour
- Back Material Type
- Operation Mode: Electric
We have all grown up listening to or reading the stories of Ramayana and Mahabharata. We have seen Lord Krishna going about his ways with his constant companion: his flute. Thus, more than all musical instruments, the flute happens to have a mythological connection with music which makes it quite close to something of sentiment. The instrument is structured into a cylindrical tube of the uniform bore. To produce sound, one must hold the holes with fingers of the left and right variations. Similarly, variations of pitch are generated by the length of the air column.
- Brand: Radhe Flutes
- Instrument Key: C
- Material: Polyvinyl Chloride
- Colour: Wooden Yellow
- Item Weight: 70g
- Dimensions: 49 x 2.4 x 2.4 cm
The Tabla consists of a pair of drums – one is the Tabla, and the other is the Bayan. They are made of wood, and the upper portion is made of stretched animal skin. The tuning of Tabla can be adjusted by striking the rim of the Tabla with a small hammer. Both drums have a black spot in the centre made of manganese or iron dust.
- Material: Iron/Wood
- Colour: Steel/Natural Wood
- Brand: Baba Surjan Singh and Sons
If you even disregard all musical instruments, you will find a harmonium in almost every household, regardless of whether you are interested in Hindustani classical music. The harmonium has a keyboard of over two and one-half octaves and works on a system of bellows. The keyboard is played with the right hand while the left hand is used to operate the bellows. Harmonium is more prevalent among all musical instruments in North India than in the South.
- Colour: Natural
- Brand: Jyotaksh Store
- Dimensions: 56 x 28 x 28 cm
- Item Weight: 12g
This instrument is a block-like structure with three hollow chambers. Namely- pet, chat and manage. The pet is the lower chamber and is covered with goatskin, on which a thin strip of leather is placed. There are three main playing strings, and players use fingertips, nails and surrounding flesh to play them. The Sarangi is quite difficult among all musical instruments, but once you master it, it will be a huge milestone covered in Hindustani classical music.
- Brand: IMPI
- Size: Standard
- Colour: Original Tun Wood Colour
- Dimensions: 60 x 20 x 15 cm
- Back Material Type: Tun Wood
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