banjira Harmonium, Standard, Pratap, Dark - 2021 report by Whydis

banjira Harmonium, Standard, Pratap, Dark

Harmonium with standard Pratap that features a fixed keyboard, integral bellows and dozens of sound combinations. It has just over 3 octaves and 3 drones and 4 stops that directs the air over the upper and lower reeds. Includes two banks of 39 reeds ...

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Reviews around instrument (5.00 of 5)

  • It is, indeed, A 432 and it is a delightful instrument

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Reviews around brass (5.00 of 5)

  • The wood is a deep brown color with nice brass accents

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Reviews around case (5.00 of 5)

  • It comes with a light zippered carry case as well

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Reviews around ship speed (5.00 of 5)

  • The secure packaging and shipping speed from the warehouse were phenomenal and my communication with the seller during the waiting period was always replied to in s timely manner

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Reviews around manner (5.00 of 5)

  • The secure packaging and shipping speed from the warehouse were phenomenal and my communication with the seller during the waiting period was always replied to in s timely manner

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Reviews around music (5.00 of 5)

  • I look forward to making lots of beautiful music with this instrument now that it is finally here

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Reviews around harmonium (5.00 of 5)

  • Really nice sounding harmonium

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Reviews around sound (5.00 of 5)

  • Really nice sounding harmonium

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Reviews around deal (5.00 of 5)

  • For the price it's a nice deal, just keep in mind it will not sound good combined with other instruments such as guitar or keyboards unless you tune them out of A=440.

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Reviews around combine (5.00 of 5)

  • For the price it's a nice deal, just keep in mind it will not sound good combined with other instruments such as guitar or keyboards unless you tune them out of A=440.

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More about banjira Harmonium, Standard, Pratap, Dark

  • Harmonium with standard Pratap that features a fixed keyboard, integral bellows and dozens of sound combinations
  • It has just over 3 octaves and 3 drones and 4 stops that directs the air over the upper and lower reeds
  • Includes two banks of 39 reeds and 39 keys, so each key can activate two reeds
  • This model is tuned to A=432 Hz (+-5 cents)
  • Pitch can vary significantly with changes in temperature, pumping pressure, and number of keys played simultaneously.Although it was invented in France nearly 200 years ago, the harmonium has been extremely popular and strongly embraced by India after it was brought there during the British Occupation
  • It is not meant to be played in concert like a mini organ and is mainly used as an accompaniment to devotional songs
  • As with many Indian instruments, the key for the music is selected to best suit the vocals or to set a mood
  • The reeds in the harmonium are tuned to sound well together, but not necessarily with other instruments
  • As such, they are not in concert pitch and not meant to be played like a Western table-top organ
  • Traditionally, harmoniums are usually higher pitched if compared to the Western scale.DISCLAIMER: Instrument's finish color and décor may vary from photo
  • Shellac is very impressionable (no pun intended) and during the instrument's long transportation from India, the shellac finish becomes marred by the packing materials and may cause the sides of harmoniums to have impressions
  • These impressions are cosmetic and do not affect the playability or sound, so we do not consider such impressions as blemishes or defects.