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High Quality Strings for Persian Tar IR200
In the String Instruments, sound is created by hitting or touching the strings that placed on the Instruments. The quality of the strings has a direct effect on the sound of the instrument, also some time the strings may be torn, which in this case the string needs to be replaced.
Tar is an Iranian long-necked, waisted lute family instrument, shared by many cultures and countries including Iran, Azerbaijan, Uzbekistan, Armenia, Georgia, Tajikistan and others near the Caucasus and Central Asia regions. The older and more complete name of the tār is čāhārtār or čārtār, meaning in Persian “four string”. This is in accordance with a practice common in Persian-speaking areas of distinguishing lutes on the basis of the number of strings originally employed. Beside the čārtār, these include the dotār ,setār, pančtār, and šaštār or šeštār. It was revised into its current sound range in the 18th century and has since remained one of the most important musical instruments in Iran and the Caucasus, particularly in Persian classical music, and the favoured instrument for radifs.
|Place of production||Iran|
|Handling time||7 Days|
|Suitable for||Persian Tar & Setar|