Dattilam: A Compendium of Ancient Indian Music

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Emmie te Nijenhuis
Brill Archive, 1970 - Music - 477 pages
 

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16
Connection of the seven intervals svara and
19
Form
27
Tanas i e pentatonic and hexatonic murchanas 2Cjcd41
31
Vastu the principal part of a composition 13914o
35
The thirteen graces alamkara 99cd1o8
37
Sixtysix srutis in the three registers sthana
42
Madraka song 16icd117iab
45
Pure suddha and modified vikrta jatis 48
196
initial note
216
Vardhamana song 224cd232ab
225
Panika song 232cd235
235
Timemeasurement tala 1o911oab
319
avapa niskrama
328
Definition of niskrama and viksepa 119
335
The term giti to be discussed later on 142ab
355

Rhythm
47
Ovenaka song 2oicd2iiab
53
concise and extensive 223
57
Commentary
62
Jatis of the madhyama grama 749oab
76
kakali nisada and antara
118
Definition of samnyasa as the final note of the first
141
Sonant vadin and consonant sam vadin 18
149
Instrumental music without singing suska 45
160
Handmovements indicating the three panis 153
366
Aparantaka song 17icd1179ab
379
Prakari song 195cd
393
Rovindaka song 2iicd2i8
405
Samaveda the source of vocal music 222
413
The even yugma and the odd ayugma combination
420
Introduction to the music examples
426
Bibliography
465

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