Jour : 22 mai 2017

Ektara – Gopichand – Instrumento Etnico de Cuerda hecho en Bambú – Origen Hindú

Ektara – Gopichand – Instrumento Etnico de Cuerda hecho en Bambú – Origen Hindú

Mise en ligne le 14 mai 2010

http://youtu.be/rYHfMAmmk28 this link answers the hand moving question a few viewers have had

home made Ektara…
Parts Ektara
1 Coffee canhttp://s.ytimg.com/yts/img/pixel-vfl3…
2 strips of thin molding 3/4×1/4×24″
1 guitar machine..aka tuning peg
1 jeweler wire
2 screws
I think thats it.
Description: The ektara [also known by its alternate names Gopiyantra or Gopichand] it is a single-stringed « monophone » plucked musical instrument from India. The ektara is played by plucking a single string and bending the two bamboo strips to change the pitch of the instrument. During performance the ektara produces a  » pluck-gong-pluck-gong-pluck-gong » type sound. The ektara is considered one of the ancient plucked percussion instruments of India. In North India there are 20 different varieties of ektara who currently exist. The ektara likely has originated with wondering minstrels and bards.
HINDI

Http://Youtu.Be/rYHfMAmmk28 isa liṅka kucha darśakōṁ paṛā hai hātha āgē baṛha savāla kā javāba

Ghara Ektara banāyā…
Pārṭsa Ektara
1 Kŏphī canhttp:/ / S.Ytimg.Com/yts/img/pixel-vfl3z5WfW.Gif
Patalī mōlḍiṅga 3/4×1/4×24 kē 2 sṭripsa »
1 Giṭāra maśīna.. Urpha ​​ṭyūniṅga khūṇṭī
1 Jauharī tāra
2 Śikan̄jā
Mujhē yaha lagatā hai ki thats.
Vivaraṇa: Ektara [bhī isakī vaikalpika nāma Gopiyantra yā gōpīcanda sē jānā jātā hai] yaha bhārata sē saṅgīta vādya sāhasapūrṇa ēka ēkala tāravālā »monophone » hai. Ektara ēka sṭriṅga tōṛa aura sādhana kī pica kō badalanē kē li’ē dō bānsa sṭripsa jhukanē sē khēlā jātā hai. Pradarśana kē daurāna ektara ēka »bāndhanā-ghaṇṭā-bāndhanā-ghaṇṭā-bāndhanā-ghaṇṭā » prakāra kī dhvani paidā karatā hai. Ektara bhārata kī prācīna sāhasapūrṇa ṭakkara upakaraṇōṁ mēṁ sē ēka mānā jātā hai. Uttara bhārata mēṁ vartamāna mēṁ maujūda haiṁ jō ektara kē 20 vibhinna kismēṁ haiṁ. Ektara sambhāvanā sōca minstrels aura bards kē sātha utpanna hō gayā hai.

Http://Youtu.Be/rYHfMAmmk28 ā liṅkanē thōḍā darśakō hatā hātha khasēḍavānō praśnanō javāba

Ghara Ektara karavāmāṁ…
Bhāgō Ektara
1 Kōphī canhttp:/ / S.Ytimg.Com/yts/img/pixel-vfl3z5WfW.Gif
Pātaḷā ḍhaḷā’ī 3/4×1/4×24 2 sṭrīpsa »
1 Giṭāra maśīna.. Urpha ṭyunīṅga khīṇṭī
1 Jhavērī vāyara
2 Screws
Huṁ tēnē rana lāgē chē.
Varṇana: Ā ektara [paṇa tēnā vaikalpika nāmō Gopiyantra athavā Gopichand dvārā ōḷakhāya] tē bhārata pāsēthī saṅgītanuṁ sādhana āmaḷī ēka tāranuṁ »monophone » chē. Ā ektara ēka śabdamāḷā plucking anē sādhana pica badalavā māṭē bē vānsa sṭrīpsa vakratā dvārā ramāya chē. Pradarśana daramiyāna ektara ēka »rākhavī-jhān̄jha rākhavī-jhān̄jha rākhavī-gōn’ga » prakāranā avāja pēdā karē chē. Ā ektara bhārata prācīna āmaḷī parkyusana vagāḍavā ēka mānavāmāṁ āvē chē. Uttara bhāratamāṁ hālamāṁ astitva dharāvē chē jē ektara 20 vividha jātō chē. Ā ektara śakyatā āścarya minstrels anē bards sāthē mūḷa chē.

Rajasthani plays Ektara, a traditional stringed instrument of India

Rajasthani plays Ektara, a traditional stringed instrument of India

Ajoutée le 30 juin 2014

Old-man playing Ektara, one of India’s ancient instruments at Dilli Haat in Delhi.

Ektara is a simple folk instrument. It is used to provide both a drone as well as simple rhythmic accompaniment to folk songs. It may be the oldest stringed instrument in the Indian subcontinent. The ektar is described in ancient Sanskrit texts as the ekatantri vina, literally the « one stringed lute ». In Punjab the ektar is known as the tumbi

The construction is very simple, it is nothing more than a gourd which has been penetrated by a stick of bamboo. Another piece of bamboo forms the tuning peg. The bridge is merely a coin, piece of coconut, plastic or similar object. Ektars such as this are common in the south. In the north, their construction is a little more complicated. A membrane is stretched over the gourd and the bridge is placed over the taut membrane.

The term ektar literally means « one string », as such the term is loosely applied to a variety of one-stringed folk instruments. This includes such instruments as the tuntun, katho, anand lahari, and gopichand.

The ektar is very popular in folk music and has a strong rustic connotation. It is very much associated with the saint Mira Bai. The smaller Punjabi version (tumbi) is much associated with the bhangra style of song and dance. Among the Gadaba and Paraja tribes of Orissa, it is known as dudumah and dung-dungi.

Source : http://chandrakantha.com/articles/ind…

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