"NYC in March 1965. The photo below is from that Coltrane Quartet concert at the Half Note, which was on the corner of Spring and Hudson Streets in Manhattan. That stage is tiny and appears to be over the bar. "
*Sarangi (1900) ~ A beautiful full sound and a close proximity to the melodic flexibility of the human voice make the sarangi the most important bowed instrument of classical Hindustani music of northern India and Pakistan. A rigid horsehair bow (not shown) rhythmically sounds the gut melody strings that cross over an ivory elephant-shaped bridge (bara ghurac).