KARTAL INDIA khartal cymbale indienne ethnic INDE
Paire de Karthal faits main
Cymbales ethniques indiennes
2 pièces à tenir dans la même main, une fente pour le pouce, une autre pour les 4 autres doigts
Bois et métal pour les lames et les maracas
Fabriquées à Bareilli en Inde du Nord
Khartal or Kartal is an ancient cymbal music instrument from India. It has always been a favorite with saints and seers. Even today we find kahrtal being used in temples and gurudwaras. Kara means hand and tala means clapping. Despite being used for devotional music it has carved an important place for itself amongst the exponents of folk music in India.The word “Khartal” has been derived from Hindi words ‘kara’ that means hand and ‘tala’, which means clapping. Made using seasoned wood, this Ghana Vadya has discs or plates. When the plates are clapped together, it produces a clinking sound. Owing to its durability and musicality, our range is in high demande held in the same hand.
NB: This is a folk music instrument and is handcrafted by the artisans of village India. The folk music instruments are usually meant for sale in the rural local markets. The artisans use very simple and age old tools to make folk music instruments. Almost all folk music instruments therefore lack the finesse that we often see in classical instruments.
23 cm long x 6 cm haut x 2 cm large
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