sarode
noun see sarod

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • sarode — ● sarod ou sarode nom masculin Luth indien dont la table d harmonie est remplacée par une peau tendue. sarod ou sarode [saʀɔd] n. m. ÉTYM. Attesté 1932, cit.; emprunt à une langue de l Inde. ❖ ♦ Instrument de musique indien, à quatre cordes… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Sarode — Sarod Le sarod (ou sarode) est un instrument de musique à cordes pincées apparu au XIXè siècle au nord de l Inde et utilisé en musique indienne classique. C est un luth hybride issu du dhrupad rabâb, un instrument indien ancien et du rabâb afghan …   Wikipédia en Français

  • sarode — sa·rode …   English syllables

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  • Aashish Khan — Infobox musical artist 2 Name = Aashish Khan |300px Background = non vocal instrumentalist Born = birth date and age|1939|12|5 Died = Origin = Maihar, India Instrument = Sarode Genre = Indian classical, World music, Raga, Sarode Occupation =… …   Wikipedia

  • Bahadur Khan — Ustad Bahadur Khan (born Bahadur Hossain Khan, January 19, 1931) Was a Sarod playerEarly Life FamilyUstad Bahadur Khan, a Bengali, was born in January 19, 1931 in Shibpur, Comilla, Bangladesh, (then British India), and died in October 3, 1989 in… …   Wikipedia

  • Kalyan Mukherjee — Shri Kalyan Mukherjee is a Sarode maestro of the Senia Maihar Gharana (or Senia Maihar School) of Indian classical music.Musical BiographyKalyan Mukherjee was born in Calcutta, India in 1967 into a family that has, for long, expressed their… …   Wikipedia

  • Buddhadev Das Gupta — (b. 1933) Indian classical sarod musician and teacher currently residing in Kolkata, India. He is one of the artists featured in Nimbus Records s Raga GuidePandit Buddhadev Das Gupta is the senior most exponent of one of the most authentic sarode …   Wikipedia

  • sarod — ● sarod ou sarode nom masculin Luth indien dont la table d harmonie est remplacée par une peau tendue. sarod ou sarode [saʀɔd] n. m. ÉTYM. Attesté 1932, cit.; emprunt à une langue de l Inde. ❖ ♦ Instrument de musique indien, à quatre cordes… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

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