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Khushboo Kulshreshtha

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About this Item: Shree Natraj Prakashan, 2010. photos (illustrator). Contents Preface 1 Classical music in medieval India 2 Gharanas of Indian music 3 Great artists of India 4 Short review of musical gharana Bibliography Index"The term gharana is derived from the Hindi word ghar This in turn can be traced to the Sanskrit word griha which means family or house The gharana concept gained currency only the nineteenth century when the royal patronage enjoyed by performers weakened Performers were then compelled to move to urban centres To retain their respective identities they fell back on the names of the regions they hailed from Therefore even today the names of many gharanas refer to places Some of the gharanas well known for singing khayals are Agra Gwalior Patiala Kirana Indore Mewat Sahaswan Bhendibazat and JaipurA gharana also indicates a comprehensive musicological ideology This ideology sometimes changes substantially from one gharana to another It directly affects the thinking teaching performance and appreciation of musicFor instance the leisurely development of ragas as well as the premium placed on emotional content of music narrows the choice of ragas available to the Kirana gharana founded by Ustad Abdul Karim Khan 1872-1937 AD The Agra gharana found by Ghagge Khudabux born in 1800 AD has a rich repertoire of varied types of musical compositions The followers of the gharana sang many rare ragas The treatment of each new raga is always as detailed as that of any known raga" jacket 214 pp. Seller Inventory # 85689

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About this Item: Shree Natraj Prakashan, 2010. Contents Preface I Indian Music 1 Introduction 2 History of music 3 The antiquity of Indian music 4 The origins of Indian music 5 The development of scale 6 The nature of sound 7 Raga -- the basis of melody 8 The raga system 9 Tala or time measure 10 Musical instruments and Sanskrit writers of music 11 Musical instruments 12 Some ancient musical authorities 13 Colonialist thinking of Indian music 14 Views about Indian music 15 Mantras 16 Conclusion II Overview of Indian Classical Music 17 Indian classical music 18 Gharana 19 Indian musical instruments 20 Karnatak music 21 Karnatic compositions 22 Karnatak Raga 23 Short review of Karnataka music III Indian Folk Music and Other Popular Music 24 Indian folk music 25 Popular music Interaction with non-Indian music Western music Harmony and melody Indian music abroad Globalization and Indian music Bibliography IndexThe roots of the Indian music can be trace back to the Vedic period when the celestial creator of the universe Brahma was said to have handed down musid to the world through his son sage Narada to usher in an era of peace and solace among humanity Music is one of the oldest forms of art which has been reflecting the richness of Indian culture and tradition throughout ages Right from the evolution of music there have been many development phases in its path which have redefined the creative enormity and infiniteness of the artNew historical and cultural research has shown that Indian music has progressed through a very intricate communication between different people practicing different traditions and cultures The amalgamation of the musical styles of various races in the country displays the ethnic diversity of India which is found nowhere in any other nation The earliest form of music was used during the Vedic period as sacred hymns which were chanted through a method called ?EK Swari Gaayana? meaning singing with the help of one note double notes and such other systems gave way to the initiation of the seven note system called ?Saptaswara? Modern studies of the Vedic period reveal that music had been regarded as a highly privileged art form in every household as it had been handed down to them by the Gods themselves 342 pp. Seller Inventory # 85875

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Khushboo?Kulshreshtha

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ISBN 10: 8189997653 ISBN 13: 9788189997656

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