Hindusthāni Music: An Outline of Its Physics and Aesthetics

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G.H. Ranade, 1938 - Hindu music - 177 pages

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accompaniment aesthetic aesthetics of music Alapas ancient Antara appeal artistic base note Bhajan Bharat Bhatkhande Bilawal chapter character chords chromatic scales classical Indian music classical music consonances and dissonances consonant or dissonant Dhamar Dhrupada difference notes diphthong drone effect emotional employ enharmonic Fergusson College Folk music Folk-music folk-songs form of musical Fourth fundamental further G-type Gamakas give glide harmonic harmonic music harmonic series hence higher Octave Hindol human voice Ichalkaranji Indian music individual instruments intervals Jaties Jayadeva just Fifth Kannada language Khyal leading notes light music major Fifth Major mode Major Scale Major Second Major Seventh major Third Major Tone Marathi Matang Matras melody microtonal mood musical composition musical expression musical scale nature Natya Shastra notation Octave Odawa otherhand particular performer physical laws Physics of music Pilu pitch poetic metres poetic theme poetry practice prime note principle prominence Pundit Raga Raga-scale Raga-system recitation relation relationship rhythm root note Samvadi Sangeeta Sangli Sanskrit Sharangdev Shlokas Shrutees Shuddha scale simple Sir James Jeans Sitar sonances song sound Sthayee string stringed instruments summation notes sung syllables systems of music Tambura Tanas Tappa Tarana Tempered Scale tetrachords therefore Thumri Thus time-measure tonality tone tonic tonic note touches of grace tuning Unity of Indian upper partials Vadi Vedic period Veena Vesara vocal vocal music voice voiced consonant vowel

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