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flyingpefa
sitaring from spain��� Mar 05, 2004 08:04 a.m.


hi all
i'm a player from spain , and i dont find anyteacher... or similar..
anyone can help me??
i've a begginer sitar and it's sound well, but i've read that the double pumpinks sitars sounds better.
I play an hour everyday at nigth ( it's more relax) , and i'm learning with music (like the guitarrist)

If is there anyone in my situation , i would like to talk with him
y have msn. can you contact me every day

salute for all
peace for us

tarsi
Re:sitaring from spain��� Mar 05, 2004 12:48 p.m.


Hi peta - if your Sitar sounds good, stay with it. Double pumpkins is double risk of smashing pumpkins .... for Sitar, the second one is merely a decorative element, as the main one and the neck produce 99 percent of the tw�ng ... the second makes just a little stereo for the player:-)
No Sitar books available in Spain?
Best.
Juan Carlos de E
Re:sitaring from spain��� Mar 06, 2004 06:14 a.m.


Hola,

�Eres de Jerez?

Juan Carlos

flyingpefa
Re:sitaring from spain��� Mar 06, 2004 03:12 p.m.


estoy por alicante..
un saludo a tots��

I look for a spanish guru...

bye all

Jan
Re:sitaring from spain��� Mar 06, 2004 04:53 p.m.


Not to be a jerk, but i dont to to much of my postings in Norwegian.
Stick to english please.

Jan

Juan Carlos de E
Re:sitaring from spain��� Mar 07, 2004 05:59 a.m.


Hello,

I apologize if my brief message in Spanish has disturbed somebody.

To the Spanish sitarist from Alicante, this is my e-mail: vigolero@wanadoo.es I would like change information with you in Spanish, if you are interested you can write me.

Regards
Juan Carlos

jan
Re:sitaring from spain��� Mar 07, 2004 07:16 p.m.


It was not disturbing : ) , its just nice to share the info in one language that most of us can relate to. It might come in handy for others as well : )

Jan

tarsi
Re:sitaring from spain��� Mar 08, 2004 09:34 a.m.


Yes, remember that Sitars dont speak English as well, but ...... Sargam or something ...
Jeff
Re:sitaring from spain��� Mar 08, 2004 04:28 p.m.


Sargamese perhaps?
Jeff
tarsi
Re:sitaring from spain��� Mar 09, 2004 07:29 a.m.


Yes, Sagamese - international language of the heart.
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