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The Sarangi Player

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Sarangi Player The Sarangi Player

One of the great things about living in Pune is that it is a cultural hub for concerts. When my friend Inayat, a music fanatico, hears of a concert he believes will appeal to me, I get invited along. That’s how I was able to attend the Zakir Hussein concert.

Accompanying Zakir was a Sarangi, an amazing musician in his own right. This gentleman did not get the attention bestowed upon Zakir still was amazing in his own right. The Sarangi is a violin type instrument with 35 to 37 strings. His hands also moved impossibly fast.

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