12 Bridge Persian Santur for sale

12 Bridges Persian Santur for sale
(12 article)

Persian Santoor for sale
Persian Santour for sale

Persian Santur examined by Santoori.com
Quality Classification: Professional Class



Instrument: Persian Hammered Dulcimer
Name: Persian Santoor, Persian Santur, Persian Santour
Tuning: G-Scale (Sol Kuk)
Type: 12 article
Net Weight: 2.90 kg (2.80 ~ 3.10 kg)
Weight with Hard Case: 7.30 kg (7.10 ~ 7.50 kg)
Strings: Brass (Copper) and Steel
Available since: Dez. 2011
All of our Santur instruments incl. a hard case
incl. 14-day money-back guarantee
Payment Methods: PayPal, Western Union & Wire Transfer

Persian Hammered Dulcimer Mezrab for Sale | Santur Mezrab for Sale

Persian Hammered Dulcimer Tuning Wrench for Sale | Santur Tuning Wrench for Sale


Our price German Stock: 1000 €

Our price Iranian Stock:  $1000

buy 12 bridges Persian Santur
Buy 12 bridges Santur
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Persian Hammered Dulcimer Brass Strings for Sale | Santur Brass Strings for Sale Persian Hammered Dulcimer Steel Strings for Sale | Santur Steel Strings for Sale  



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Persian santur with different transcription forms like santur or santur is the hammered dulcimer of Iran (Persia).

Santoori.com offers the most relevant 9 Kharak standard Iranian santur and in addition 10 Kharak santur for sale.

The archetype of the instrument may be seen in a harp, carried horizontally and struck with two sticks, found in iconographical documents of the ancient Babylonian (1600-911 BCE) and neo-Assyrian (911-612 BCE) eras.

Persian santur consists of a trapeziform case made of walnut wood, approximately 90 cm wide at the broad end, 36 cm wide at the narrow end and 6 cm deep. The strings are fixed to hitch-pins along the left-hand side and wound round metal wrest-pins on the right by means of which they are tuned with a tuning-key (Tuning Wrench). Each quadruple set of strings rests on a movable bridge of hardwood (kharak).  The bridges are placed so that the strings are divided into three sections, giving the fundamental note and two higher octaves.

There are nine (or sometimes 10, 11 and 12) quadruple strings an either side so that, with 18 groups of strings, 27 different notes can be played. The bass strings are of brass or copper and the trebles of steel.

Persian santur is played by striking the strings with two light hammers (mezrab) held in three fingers of each hand. The ends of the sticks are usually covered with cloth to soften their impact on the strings.





Persian Santur for sale
Persian Santoor for sale
Persian Santour for sale