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The Nature and Limitations of
Music and from Folkmusic to
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accompaniment aesthetic Alapas ancient artistic belong Bharata Bilawal Chapter character chords chosen classical music combination notes consonant note consonant or dissonant degree Dhrupada difference notes drone employed folk-music folk-songs form of musical Fourth fundamental note further G-type Gamakas Gandhara give given glide harmonic series Harmonic Third hence Hindusthani music Indian music instruments interval Jatis Khyal laws manner Matanga Matra means melody metres Minor Third mood music notation musical effect musical expression musical sound nature Octave Odd lines Pandit Bhatkhande particular performer pitch poetic theme poetry practice prime note principle prominence Raga-system Ragas Rasas recitation relationship rhythm rhythmic Riga Riga-scale Sadja Grama Sama-Gana Sangita Sarhgadeva simple song speech Srutis Sthayee Suddha scale summation notes sung syllables system of music Tambura Tanas Tappa tetrachords Thumri time-measure tion tonality tone tonic note tuning Unity of Indian Vadi variations Vedic chant vocal voice vowel Vrttas