I am a sitar player, and the way we play sitar is by sitting down, and putting one leg over the other and balancing the sitar on the leg that is slanted. We can't look at the frets on the sitar; we can only hear them, which makes it even harder. The sitar isn't that heavy, but sitting down for long periods of time can hurt while balancing an object on your leg.
"Sitar" can be used as illustrated in the sentence, "I will learn to play the sitar".
The sitar is a stringed instrument with origins in India. Ravi Shankar is one of the mot famous sitar players in history, and in the 1960s he influenced British pop musicians George Harrison and Brian Jones to learn to play the instrument and write mainstream songs that featured the sitar.
You sit as you play it, so therefore you get the "Sitar". I think...
A sitar is a very heavy instrument and would be harder to play standing upright.
Sitar is a stringed instrument and is used to play solo or as an accompaniment of Hinustani music.
it plays the drone
The guitar, sitar, and ukelele. George Harrison usually played the guitar with The Beatles but he also used to play the sitar(indian guitar). Guitar, sitar, piano.george harrison played lead guitarguitar
they take lessons
Ravi Shankar play's the Sitar.
Yes, he started playing sitar in 1965, when it was used in the Beatles film, "Help!"