Pakhawaj

The pakhawaj is a barrel-shaped, two-headed drum, originating from the Indian subcontinent, a variant and descendant of the older mridangam. The kendang of Maritime Southeast Asia is a distant relative of the pakhawaj and other South Asian double-headed drums.

It is the percussion instrument most commonly used in the dhrupad style of Indian classical music and less often used as a rhythm accompaniment for various other sub-forms of music and dance performances (e.g. kathak).

In traditional pakhawaj styles a student would learn a number of different strokes which produce a specific sound. These are remembered and practised with corresponding syllables i.e. mnemonics. 

 

Pre-requisite: None. Musical knowledge would be a added advantage.

Overview: At Musicintuit we have most eminent teachers who can teach Pakavaj efficiently.

 

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