Tanpura
Tanpura (also called taanpura, tambura, tamboura etc.) is a long-necked stringed instrument with a rounded body on one end. It has usually four or five strings, but, unlike sitar and guitar no frets. It is played by plucking the instruments. Its musical role is unique in the sense that its tempo is independent of the accompanying music. It only gives supports to it.
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