A historical study of Indian music
This Historical Study Of Indian Music Covers A Wide Range From The Earliest Historical Traces To The Present Day. Explores-Ancient Musical Instruments, The Concept Of Raga, The Origin And Development Of Dhruvapada And Khayal The Close Relationship Between Music And Dance.
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13th century Abhinavagupta aesthetic sentiments amsa ancient artists Aryan beauty Bengal bhairava Bharata Brahman Brhaddesi Buddhist called causal century chapter classical music colour composed composition culture dance described dhruva dhruvapada divided divine drama drums emotional sentiments evolved fact gamakas gandharva gdna gdndhdra gitis gramas grdmardgas Hindu Indian music jdtirdgas jdtis Kallinath Khan kheydl kinds Kinnara known kutapa madhyama Mahdbhdrata manifested Matanga Matariga means mela melodies mentioned Mian Tansen microtones mind murcchand musical instruments musicians musicologists Narada Ndtyasdstra non-Aryan notes opinion orchestra Orissa pada pancama Pandit Parsvadeva pdncdli period play prabandha Prof Puranas ragas Raja rasa rdgas rdginis Regarding rsabha sadja Sanskrit Sarrigadeva says scale sculptures sentiments and moods seven tones singing Siva sound sphota Srangdeva srutis strings style sung svara tanas tdla thdta theory todi tonal tunes type of music type of songs Ustads Vedic music veena veend vibrations word