Dhvani: Nature and Culture of Sound
Subhash Chandra Malik
Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts, Jan 1, 1999 - Music - 175 pages
This Volume Explores The Various Complex Conceptual Dimensions Of Sound: Ranging From Its Mystical And Traditionally Meta-Physical To Its Present-Day Developments, From Its Perceptions In Indigenous Musical Theory To Its Futuristic Applications.
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WHAT SILENCE MEANS TO MUSIC
COMMUNICATION THROUGH SOUND IN ANIMALS
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acoustic ecology ahamkdra alarm call ancient Chinese andhata animals audible bandis'a Bhartrhari Big-Bang bijas Bindal birds Brahman Chinese concept Chinese culture Chinese word communication composed composition concept of sound created creation crickets Delhi dhrupad dhvani dkds'a drums duration Elements eternal Ether example female frequency gamakas Gandhi National Centre Goddess hearing human Indian music Kambhoji Kapila Vatsyayan khydl Laozi listening mahdbhuta male mantra meaning Melakarta mouth musician nature ndda noise notes organ perceived phenomenon philosophy physical predator produced pronunciation raga rdga s'rutis sabda Saktism Samkhya Sankarabharanam Sanskrit Santhals sddhand sheng silence sing song songlines sonic Sound Observatory soundless soundscape space species speech sphota staff notation svara Graphs svarasthdna Graphs Symbols of Sound T.K. Saksena tanmdtras tdla term thumri tone ultrasonic universe Upanisads utterance vaikhari VARIOGRAM varndsrama vdyu Vedas Vedic Vedic hymns verse vibration vilamabit vind Xiang Yu