What about adding one of these to your parish chorus?
Daniel Ross, who writes for Classic FM, has described the yaybahar as “a sci-fi cello connected to a synthesizer that Aaron Copland stole from Stockhausen’s lab, with drums added to its feet.” And yes, it is a fair approximation. In the videos we share, Sen is seen playing the yaybahar in two very different ways, in two different scenarios.
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