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Hindustani ragā music--future responsibilities, 2006.

Hindustani ragā music--future responsibilities, 2006.

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Published by Dept. of Academic Research, ITC Sangeet Research Academy in Kolkata .
Written in English


About the Edition

Transcripts of the seminar proceedings held on August 29-30, 2006.

Edition Notes

SeriesITC Sangeet Research Academy seminar proceedings
ContributionsITC Sangeet Research Academy (Calcutta, India). Dept. of Academic Research.
The Physical Object
Pagination141 p. ;
Number of Pages141
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23715098M
LC Control Number2009346986

Ragas are complex entities. Performers, who have spent many years acquiring their knowledge, often prefer to keep silent, and in any case few have been taught to approach ragas from an analytical point of view. Musicologists, on the other hand, often lack a thorough practical insight into raga music. The authors of this guide are all well-versed in the theory and practice of raga music. 5 i remaining five basic notes as follows. The notes R, G, D, and N are lowered slightly n frequency (by one or two micronotes) to get their flat or komal versions, written as o R, G, D, and note M, however, is moved to a slightly higher frequency to btain its sharp or teevra variant, written as M′.With the altered or vikrit swara-s included, an octave now has twelve notes as follows.

In this book the author has dealt with the musical terms as found in the old sastras and are also in common use. He has explained these terms in simple language with reference to their history of origin. Description of seventy-eight different musical instruments and forty-seven different Talas are also there. An essential aid to research-scholars and students of music. Recently, she performed a Novel two-in-one Concert (Karnatic/Hindustani) in Chennai's Music Festival in December From The Jacket This book explains "The concept and Evolution of Raga in Hindustani and Karnatic Music" and is intended to give the Raga Profile, its image, or Svarupa in detail.

An Introduction to Hindustani Classical Music - A Guidebook for Beginners is Vijay Singha's comprehensive guide to savour and appreciate classical music. Written in a simple and easy-to-comprehend style, this book delves into the understanding of raga sangeet, semi-classical and fusion music, raga sangeet in Hindi films, as well as the future /5(1). Hindustani ragas by drawing relationships between the ragas and the Unani humours, and the [notes] and the astrological bodies. In this way, the extramusical associations of the ragas, and in particular their auspicious timings, became indispensible to the wellbeing of listeners’. xvi The powers of ragas were and are attributed to divine agency.


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