Tar

The guitarist holds the instrument’s neck in their left hand, and the right fingers pluck the strings

Tar For Kids

The tar is a string instrument with a double bowl body. A thin membrane stretches across the front of the body. This membrane is responsible for the instrument’s clear and bright sound. The tar has three sets of double strings, and is held and played much like a guitar: The player creates pitch using their left fingers, while their right hand strums the strings with a pick in a downward motion.

Learn more about the Tar

Tar (Persian: تار‎) is an Iranian long-necked, waisted lute family instrument, shared by many cultures and countries including Iran, Azerbaijan, Uzbekistan, Armenia, Georgia, Tajikistan and others near the Caucasus and Central Asia regions. The older and more complete name of the tār is čāhārtār or čārtār, meaning in Persian “four string”, (čāhār frequently being shorted to čār). This is in accordance with a practice common in Persian-speaking areas of distinguishing lutes on the basis of the number of strings originally employed. Beside the čārtār, these include the dotār (دوتار, “two string”), setār (سه‌تار, “three string”), pančtār (پنجتار “five string”), and šaštār or šeštār (ششتار “six string”).

Tar Teachers

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