Instruments similar to or like mridangam
Percussion instrument of ancient origin. Wikipedia
- In this, the accompaniment (usually violin, sometimes veena) performs along with the main performer and the percussion (such as a mridangam).
- The rhythm accompanist is usually a mridangam player (who sits on the other side, facing the violin player).
- Bhairavi is forced to accept Prasanna's proposal when he ends his revolutionary activities and takes up music for her sake, becoming a mridangam player.
- His analyses of the harmonic nature of the sound of tabla and mridangam were the first scientific studies on Indian percussion.
- His father, Sanyasi Raju, was a famous mridangam player at concerts performed by Dwaram Venkataswamy Naidu and also a lyricist.
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