Nadaswaram Instrumental Music – Narayana & Vinatha Sudha – Dr.Sheik Chinna Moulana

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Nadaswaram Instrumental Music – Narayana & Vinatha Sudha – Dr.Sheik Chinna Moulana: 00:03 – Narayana 05:39 – Vinatha Sutha Thavil: The thavil or tavil is a barrel shaped percussion instrument from South India. It is used in temple, folk and Carnatic music, often accompanying the nadaswaram. The thavil and the nadaswaram are essential components of traditional festivals and ceremonies in South India. In folk music contexts, a pair of wider, slimmer sticks are sometimes used. Thanjavur is famous for thavil, so called Thanjavur Thavil. In KollywoodFilmi songs thavils are mostly used, Notable movies: "Thillaanaa Mohanambal", "Paruthiveeran", "Karagattakaran". Nadaswaram:
The nadhaswaram, nagaswaram, or nathaswaram is a double reed wind instrument from Tamilnadu. It is a traditional classical instrument used in Tamilnadu, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, and Kerala. This instrument is "among the world's loudest non-brass acoustic instruments" It is a wind instrument similar to the North Indian shehnai but much longer, with a hardwood body and a large flaring bell made of wood or metal. In Tamil culture, the nadaswaram is considered to be very auspicious, and it is a key musical instrument played in almost all Hindu weddings and temples of the South Indian tradition. It is part of the family of instruments known as Mangala vadyam (lit. mangala ["auspicious"], vadya ["instrument"]). The instrument is usually played in pairs, and accompanied by a pair of drums called thavil it can also be accompanied with a drone from a similar oboe called the ottu Subscribe to our Indian Classical Music Channel: #nadaswaram #classical #carnaticclassicalmusic #narayana #nadhaswaram #thavilsolo #drsheikchinnamoulana

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