- n. Plural form of sitarist.
“Kumar is considered one of his generation's most talented classical sitarists, and Hussain has cut his teeth with such legends as George Harrison, YoYo Ma, Pharoah Sanders and Ravi Shankar.”
“He was especially known for his work with two of the subcontinent's finest sitarists, having worked with both Vilayat Khan and Ravi Shankar.”
“Zakir said when Pt Ravi Shankar was younger and became popular, people did not realise that there are other sitarists too who are good.”
“A source close to the maestro said the sitarists will play some new compositions apart from the normal ragas and talas.”
“SHUJAAT KHAN, son and pupil of the famous Ustad Vilayat Khan, probably one of the greatest sitarists of all time, deceased in 2004, revealed his special qualities when still a child (his first public performances were when he was six), quickly becoming a specialist of the singing style called gayaki ang ..”
“Holland, England, India, Pakistan, France, Netherlands. freelondonevent 6. 30pm-9.30pm SE - Baluji Shrivastav Baluji is one of the greatest sitarists from India.”
“The soul-stirring music seemed to reach up to the heavens as 1,200 sitarists played together to create a scintillating symphony here Friday evening, holding the audience spell bound.”
“Besides the sitarists, there were artists playing the mridangam, narangi, flute, ghatam, tabla and key-board.”
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