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  1. Part I: An Introduction to North and South Indian Scales. This system is the primary one in use today in South Indian music (Carnatic Music). Note that that South Indian music used completely different scales than North Indian music, but there is some overlap evident. This system was organized by Venkatamakhi in the ’s.
  2. This is a book of and about the classical music of North India, among the oldest continual musical traditions of the world. Presented here is a small part of the musical legacy of one of the foremost families which has preserved and collected this ancient music and developed it to the highest standards: the Baba Allauddin Gharana of the Seni muffcumscharkensminutrcircbookpreledocbu.xyzinfos:
  3. The music described here is North Indian (Hindustani) classical music. You will find a section on bhangra music under the dance topic. Indian musicians learn to play raga (patterns of notes) by.
  4. Indian classical music is based on the ragas ("colors"), which are scales and melodies that provide the foundation for a performance. Unlike western classical music, that is deterministic, Indian classical music allows for a much greater degree of "personalization" of the performance, almost to .
  5. Earliest records of Indian folk music are found in the Vedic literature, which dates back to BC. Some scholars and experts even suggest that the Indian folk music could be as old as the country itself. For instance, Pandavani, a folk music popular in most parts of Central India, is believed to be as old as the Hindu epic Mahabharata.
  6. Music of India History. The 30, years old paleolithic and neolithic cave paintings at the UNESCO world heritage site at Bhimbetka Classical music. The two main traditions of Indian classical music are Carnatic music, which is found predominantly in Folk music. Bhangra (Punjabi: ਭੰਗੜਾ) is a.
  7. Bharata Natyam and Kathakali are forms of classical dance, while the Raga is a form of classical Indian music. Famous Hindu temples include Mahabalipuram, Khajuraho, and the Sun Temple at Konarak in Orissa. Buddhists cave paintings at Ajanta offer an impressive monument to that faith.
  8. 4 A brief Introduction to Indian music Indian music was based upon seven modes (scales). It is probably no coincidence that Greek music was also based upon seven modes. Furthermore, the Indian scales follow the same process of modulation that was found in ancient Greek music.
  9. I. INTRODUCTION s r Indian classical music is one of the oldest forms of music in the world. It has it oots in diverse areas such as the ancient religious vedic hymns, tribal chants, o devotional temple music, and folk music[2]. Indian music is melodic in nature, as pposed to Western music which is harmonic. The most important point to note is s p.

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