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SANSKRITI MUSICALS BRASS MORCHANG - RAJASTHANI INSTRUMENT - NICE SOUND - EEA MODEL
Product Code - EEA
PROFESSIONAL QUALITY RAJASTHANI MORCHANG
MADE FROM BRASS
SHIPPED IN A STURDY STORAGE BOX (just a box for packing and transit purposes only)
PROFESSIONALLY TESTED BEFORE SHIPPING
INSTRUMENT HAND MADE IN INDIA
FREE SHIPPING VIA BLUE DART / DTDC / SPEED POST
This item is shipped using surface transport mode and reaches you within 5 to 10 working days after dispatch!
ABOUT MORCHANG - EEA MODEL
A Morsing (also Mourching, Morching or Morchang) is a wind percussion instrument, mainly used in the Carnatic music of South India, Rajasthan and Sindh (Pakistan). It can be categorized under Lamellophones, which is in the category of plucked idiophones. It consists of a metal ring in the shape of a horseshoe with two parallel forks which form the frame, and a metal tongue in the middle, between the forks, fixed to the ring at one end and frees to vibrate at the other. The metal tongue is bent at the free end in a plane perpendicular to the circular ring so that it can be struck and is made to vibrate. This bent part is called the trigger.
The Morchang is firmly held in the hand, the frame or the ring between the palm and the fingers usually in the left hand. Care should be taken to see that the middle part or the metal tongue is not being touched when held idle. Then the two parallel forks are gently pressed against the front upper teeth. The trigger is plucked with the tip of the index finger. Sound is produced due to the vibration of the metal tongue of the Morchang in the mouth and the throat cavity. Movement of the player's tongue with constant plucking can produce very fast patterns of sound. By constricting the space in the mouth and throat many variations of sound can be produced.
This Mochang has been crafted using brass. It has been handmade in India.
Morchang - Latest Edition
Length: 5.5 Inches
Weight: 1/2 KG