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Kamancheh for Children

$420.00
A suitable Kamanncheh for children between 6 to 10 yrs old. It includes 4 strings and natural skin, as well as an adjustable bridge. The body and neck are made of walnut wood and the bowl is made of mixed mulberry and walnut wood.  The bow (archer) is from high-quality white horsehair. This instrument contains a great selection of woods and wonderful craftsmanship. There are multiple tuning options for this instrument. Accessories and a Hardcase are included.

Persian Kamancheh by Changi

$840.00
A beautifully hand-crafted wooden Kamanncheh for serious students and professionals. It will accommodate your most promising protege as well as the advancing musician to grow in both sound production and technical facility. It includes 4 strings and natural skin, as well as an adjustable bridge. The body and neck are made of walnut wood and the bowl is made of mulberry wood. The back of the instrument has designed with a symbol of  "Shamseh". The bow (archer) is from high-quality white horsehair. This instrument contains a great selection of woods and wonderful craftsmanship. There are multiple tuning options for this instrument. Accessories and a Hardcase are included.

Persian musical instruments

$5.00
"Persian Musical Instruments" iBook contains all sorts of information on the Persian instruments that you are interested in. In this book, you will be able to get a hold of the history, the structure, and the facts on all Persian instruments taught at Rhythmitica.

Professional Daf by HaPa

$260.00
Model Name: Silver Specifications of Silver Daf:
  • Diameter 53cm (28.8”)
  • Width 5.4cm (2.12”)
  • Weight 810 g (1.78 lb.)

Professional Setar by Jazayeri

$2,200.00
Jazayeri's setar usually has a small bowl made of mulberry or blackberry wood. In some cases, they use walnut wood. But the handle is always made of walnut wood, on which 25 frets are used. The sound is transmitted from the instrument wires to the setar bowl by a small stick called a vault. The vault is made of boxwood and directs the vibrations related to the wire through a thin plate into the bowl. As a result, the sounds come out of the holes on the screen again after being reflected and intensified several times. The length of the Setar bowl is 22 to 30, its width is 12 to 18 and the depth of the bowl is between 12 to 16 cm. Master Jazayeri believes that those who play the instrument and play it attract more attention because they see the exact result of their work. Maybe it's because what they produce has an identity of its own, it has a sound, and the process is generally tangible to them. Sustainability is also important in increasing instrumental pleasure. Because in general, the issue of permanence in works of art is important. For example, a good solo can last 5 years, 10 years, a good ballad can last 20 to 50 years, but we see an instrument that lasts over 100 years. Please Note: Wood coloring and decorations may vary from the photograph. A perfectly smooth, unblemished, the finish is nearly impossible to obtain with the technology employed in the Old-World finish process. These are handmade and such dimples are common and unavoidable.
				

Setar for intermediate level (Hashemi pattern)

$330.00

HIGH-QUALITY SETAR FOR STUDENTS AND INTERMEDIATES

  • Bowl: Mulberry wood
  • Other parts: Walnut wood
  • Length: Approximately 86 centimeters
  • TuningA common tuning is C G C C bottom to top string
  • Hard-case included
  • Accessories: String sets and a plectrum included
  • Hard-case included
  • Free International Shipping

Setar for students (Kamalian type)

$330.00
High-quality Setar is suitable for students and intermediate players. The structure inspired by Kamalian's Setar. Setar is a very popular Persian musical instrument. It has 4 metal strings in 3 courses. Setar is a long-necked subfamily of Tanbour.  Depending on the size, it has 10-19 movable frets which include several quartertone positions.  There are many tuning possibilities. The most common being C G C C. This Setar was made by Kianoush Montajemi, and recommended by our instructors.

UDU (Kuzeh) Large – UDL1

$200.00
Kuzeh (Iran) In Baluchestan, two Kuzehs are played with a metal platter. This combination, the oldest idiophone instrument in Baluchestan, is known as Kuzak & Tal. The Kuzeh is never played separately. Rather, it is always accompanied by a platter. The player can change the pitch by adding water into these clay pots. The Kuzeh of Kerman is Spindle-like with no handhold. They are made in small & large sizes to accompany folk songs. Because of the uneven bottom, the player uses special holders or holds it by hands or legs. Since time immemorial, the white clay pot has been common in Hormozgan province. Called Jahleh, this pot is completely round & spherical. To play Jahleh, one palm vertically beats on the throat while the other hand strikes on the body. The sound of the throat is thick while the sound of the body is relatively dry. The combination of these two sounds is marvelous. Jahlehs are played singly or together by a group, though each player never uses more than one Jahleh at a time. No water is added into Jahleh as there is no need to change the pitch. Along with Kuzeh-makers in many different countries, Iranian craftsmen have also begun, in recent years, to manufacture their own as a novel experience. Undoubtedly, the Kuzeh, as a musical instrument with its particular features & capabilities is still far from known to many musicians in the country. Our objective, therefore, is to introduce & popularize it as widely as possible by producing a greater variety of pots with higher musical quality & offering them to those interested in pots, the percussionists in particular.