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Raga Exchange :: Music of India :: Perspectives on Dhrupad - 0 views

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    Dhrupad was structured originally around the poetic and melodic- rhythmic material from the tradition of devotional music practiced in the Vaishnava temples. Its entry into a secular environment paved the way for the acceptance of appropriate changes in poetic content, and mode of presentation.
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Swaras Ragas and Rasas--The Path of Indian Music :: Steven Landsberg - 0 views

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    Swara, the Sanskrit word for tonal center, forms the fundamental basis for the Indian path of music. Although it is difficult to be precise about the etymological meaning, there are references elucidating 'swara' as a tone which can shine or resonate by itself.
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Ragascape // Music of India // Steven Landsberg - 0 views

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    You have reached Ragascape, a website designed to discuss the melodic modes (ragas) of Indian music. Over the last millenium these systems of melodic design have been transmitted orally from one generation to the next. Each generation has attempted to maintain the purity of its heritage and, at the same time, infuse it with their own creative spirit.
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Bansuri Flute | Portal - 0 views

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    Bansuri is as simple as it gets. A hollow bamboo. Few holes burnt in it. And that's it......
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Bansuri Flutes - 0 views

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    Invented early in the 20th century by Pannalal Ghosh; a single-jointed, thin-walled bamboo tuned to an untempered chromatic scale...Sachdev gets up to 3 octaves via a 7th finger hole.
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Tanpura Software : Practice Aid for North Indian Classical Music - 1 views

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    Professional tanpura and shruti, high quality sound, five-band equalizer, advanced metronome, pitch/speed change, high-precision tuning, tone generator, audio-file player, and much more...
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Bansuri Flute Music by Milind Date - 1 views

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    Milind Date is one of the most versatile musicians from India. Today, he has carved a niche for his excellent abilities of Bansuri - Bamboo Flute playing and composing. Milind is learning with world famous Bansuri virtuoso Pandit Hariprasad Chaurasia for
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