The Sitar is from the Stringed instrument family.
The sitar is an Iranian musical instrument.
It is a instrument used in india mostly which belongs the string family.
The Sitar is most commonly associated with India, though the design varies in different parts of the country, and Pakistan and Afghanistan also have their own versions.
"Sitar" can be used as illustrated in the sentence, "I will learn to play the sitar".
how many strings are on a sitar
a sitar is string instrument
The sitar originates in India.
Ravi Shankar is the father of sitar.
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.
a sitar usually have 18 stringa.
THe range of a sitar is between 64 and 512
The modern day sitar is about 800 years old.
A Sitar is an 800-year-old Indian instrument. NOT a person.
Edyta Sitar has written: 'Hop to it!'
the sitar was made by a persian man named amir khusrao
A sitar can produce three or more octaves.
Sound of the Sitar was created on 2000-02-29.
Sitar is a stringed instrument and is used to play solo or as an accompaniment of Hinustani music.
A sitar is a musical instrument not a dude who sleeps with men
the sitar was use durnig the religious festivites in the pre-islamis india.
If it is the traditional sitar, yes there is a hollow to resonate the sound.
The purpose of the sitar is to be a musical insturment, primarily used in Eurasian countries.
The Sitar is a stringed instrument and it can be played solo or as an accompaniment to Hindustani Classical Music.
If you mean what is a sitar, it is a stringed musical instrument used in classical Indian and Hindustani music.