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date: 16 November 2019


  • Alastair Dick


A term used for the double-chested fiddle sārindā, in Assam, northeast India. It is about 67 cm long. The fingerboard projects partway over the deep upper bouts; the lower chamber has two soundholes and a tailpiece. The name is probably related to saroz, denoting the same instrument in Baluchistan (Pakistan); a variant form, ...

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