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CHAPTER Page I Preliminaries
Background of Earlier Centuries
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additional notes Ahobala alapa amsas aroha and avaroha Banerjee Banerjee's Bhairavi Bharata Bhatkhande Brutis Buddha notes called century chyuta classical music compositions describes dhaivata dhin Dhrupad emotional five-note folk-music folk-songs four-sruti note gandhara Goswami grama Hindu Hindustani music important note Indian music intervals jatis Jayjayanti kaisika Kalyan Kanada Kaphi Kedar Khamaj Kheyal komala Kramik Lochana Lucknow madhyama madhyama-grama Mallar mandra matra melody mentions mukams murchhanas musicians names notation octave omitting pafichama pakad panchama post-Ratnakar writers Purvi quarter-tones ragas Raginee Ramamatya relation rhythm rsabha sadharana sadja sadja-grama Sangit Paddhati Sangita-ratnakara Sanskrit Sanskrit writers Sarngadeva says seven notes seven suddha seven-note scales similar ragas sing Somanatha songs srutis style suddha scale Suddha svaras sung tala Tappa thata Thumri tivra tivratara Todi tonics treated treatises tunes twelve notes V. N. Bhatkhande vadi and samvadi varna Velavali vikrta notes Vikrta svaras Vilaval vina Willard Yaman