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Mezrab Box For Persian Santur Model Gerd
Keeping the Mezrab is one of the constant concerns of dulcimer musicians and students. Therefore, the Mezrab box is inevitable and necessary for proper maintenance of the Mezrab. The beauty of this exquisite wooden inlay “Khatamkari” box with gilded painting attracts the eyes of every musician. The combination of art and music will be eye-catching and audible to any audience.
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The santur Persian:, is a hammered dulcimer of Iranian or Mesopotamian origins. The santur was invented and developed in the area of Iran and Mesopotamia (modern-day Iraq). “The earliest sign of it comes from Assyrian and Babylonian stone carvings (669 B.C.); it shows the instrument being played while hanging from the player’s neck”. This instrument was traded and traveled to different parts of the Middle East. Each country customized and designed its own versions to adapt to their musical scales and tunings. The santur was originated in the country that is known today as Iran. The original santur was made with tree bark and stones, and strung with goat intestines. The Mesopotamian santur has been claimed to be the father of the harp, the Chinese yangqin, the harpsichord, the qanun, the cimbalom, and the American and European hammered dulcimers.
|Place of production||Iran|
|Handling time||7 Days|