Strings, cases, stands and other accessories for Tar instrument
Tar, long-neck; Iran, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Armenia and partly a stringed instrument used in Turkey. The word tar means "tel" in Persian. The person who plays the tar is called style or tarist. This instrument has a two and a half octave pitch. It was included in the World Heritage List by UNESCO 8 years ago.
Today, Iranians and Azerbaijanis claim that this instrument belongs to their culture. It can be used in two different ways besides standby. It is one of the reeds from Kopuz. Tar; He is the ancestor of instruments such as setar, dutar, claçtar and guitar. When and where this instrument is first and second milk is the place where the name tar is mentioned in a few poems from the 10th century, although we do not have much information.
3 different trees are used for the construction of the field consisting of three parts. Its boat consists of two bowls of different sizes and is generally made of mulberry wood. Mulberry trees are used in order to prevent cracking while carving the boat and to make the sound more beautiful. The stem is usually made of harder woods such as walnut. The hazelnut tree is used for the head part called the head.
Tar types are divided into four: solo tar 86-89 cm long, orchestral tar 83-86 cm long, student tarry 72-76 cm long, and cura tar.