SITAR


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SITARSociety for Interpersonal Theory and Research (South Pasadena, CA)
SITARSistema Informativo Telematico Appalti Regionale (Italian: Electronic Information System Regional Contracts; Emilia-Romagna region, Italy)
SITARStatewide Information Technology Asset Report (survey; Texas)
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The musician offers private sitar lessons in person and on Skype, so if you want to learn from the best, distance is no longer a problem.
The other, Anoushka, 31, from his marriage to Sukanya Rajan, is a sitar player who toured with him.
There are obvious technical similarities between the two musics, and sometimes Shankar plays the sitar like a guitar, fast and sharp.
She told the sitar player how old the violin was and asked how old his instrument was.
Dasgupta is a world-renowned and award-winning sitar player.
Sitar Takeaway, Bethesda Grease stains were clearly visible on the kitchen floor Missing ceiling panels at the Sitar Takeaway Cracked floor tiles and uncovered food in the preparation area
The talented daughter of the legendary sitar virtuoso and composer Ravi Shankar began studying music with him when she was nine and made her debut in New Delhi when she was 13.
Anoushka Shankar, who was taught to play sitar by her father, will perform newly-composed ragas and traditional South Indian music during the presentation, which translates as A Beautiful Journey Southwards.
I used to sit right next to my Dad when he used to be playing his sitar and you could see how much energy was going into the instrument from the flexing of his muscles," he said.
Ustad Shahid Pervez is widely recognized as the one among the greatest sitar players in the world today.
in the late 1960s, it had been vilified as a leading cause of social unrest, sitar music, black-light posters, and worse.
He tends his figs and tomatoes while whistling melodies for the 60 instruments he plays, including the sitar.