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10 02 2009
avinash

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TAVIL

Tavil is an instrument found only in the extreme south.  It has a shell of nearly spherical proportions which is open on both sides.  There are two skins wrapped around two large hemp hoops.  The left side is played with a stick.  The right side is played with the hands with metal thimbles placed over the fingers to give a sharp sound.  This instrument is commonly played in South Indian temples and weddings.  It is the most common accompaniment to the nadaswaram.

 

SELECTED VIDEOS

South Indian Drummer

 

Thavil: Vasu & Radha

 

Nadaswaram1

 

playing with Thavil


 

Thavil Solo

 

Thavil katai practice

 

Thavil mora by T.R. Subramaniam

 

Thavil korvay by T.R. Subramaniam

 

RELATED PAGES
Instruments Page

Instrumental Music
Introduction to Indian Music
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