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Ancient History of Indian Music 134
The Music of the Vedic and Pauranic age
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Alap Amir Khusru ancient Apanyas Aroha art of music Asaveri Ascent:—Sa Avaroha Basant Bhairava Bhasangani Bhatkhande Bilaval catch notes classifies Descent:—Sa Ni Dha Desi Dhaivata Dhanashree exact number following verses Gandhara Gouri Grama Group Gurjari Hanuman Hindola Hindu Hridaya Indian music Janya Jati-Gayana jatis Kalyan Karnat Kedar Komal Lalita Lochana Mahomedan Mandra Matanga Muni medieaval Megh Mela or Thata mentioned Mukhari music of India musicians namely Narada muni Natya Shastra Nishada notes are Anuvadi octave Odava ORIGIN OF RAGA Panchama Patamanjari Pundit Purva or Purvanga Purvanga Vadi Raga Raga Gayana Raga is Sampurna Raga is sung Ragas and Raginis Ragas derived Ratnakar remaining notes Rishava Sama Veda Samavadi Sandhi Sandhi Prakash Raga Saranga Deva scholars of music Shadava Shiva Shiva Mata Shree Raga singing six Ragas students of music Sudhdha Swaras Tivra Madhyama Tivratara Gandhara Todi twelve notes V. N. Bhatkhande Vadi Dha Veda Vivadi Yaman