Persian Tar for Sale

(Iranian Tar for Sale)
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Persian Tar for Sale

Instrument: Persian (Iranian) long-necked lute
Name: Persian (Iranian) tar
Length of the instrument: 93 cm
Length of the strings: 66.5 cm
Weight: ca. 2.20 kg
Tonewood: White Mulberry (Neck from walnut)
Available : June 2013
This Persian tar incl. a hard case & a professional mezrab
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Persian Setar and Tar Online Lessons by Parham Nassehpoor

Persian Setar Online Lessons by Parham Nassehpoor

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About this Tar

This unique Tar is a highly recommended instrument by Parham Nassehpoor.

One instrument which assembles many aspects like wood texture beautyness, failure free wood structure, excellent sounding and extreme instrument masking skills.  

One of the perfect looking Tar instruments, which has been picked out by Parham our master Tar player and owns a very smoothie sound containing the typical nasal sound character.


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Persian Tar is the double-chested plucked lute with a membrane as a sound-box, found in Iran and the Caucasus. It exists in two forms, the Persian and the Azerbaijani or Caucasian. [In Persian language tār-e Shiraz and/or tār-e Qafqāz] 
Persian tar is more associated with Persian art music, especially after its popularity thru such 19th-century performers as Ali-Akbar Farahani, Mirza Hosseynqoli and  etc….
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