Nadaswaram Music – Karukurichi.P.Arunachalam – Classical Instrumental Music: 00:03 – Ne Nenthu Karnadaka Behak – Karukurchi.P.Arunachalam The nadhaswaram, nagaswaram, nadhaswaram or nathaswaram is a double reed wind instrument. 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 vadya (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: https://goo.gl/jka332 #nadaswaram #nadaswarammusic #classical #karukurichiparunachalam #thavilmusic #instrumentalmusic