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accompanist accompany Agra Gharana alap Allaudin Khan Atrauli audience become binkars biradari Brahman brother caste casual artists Chapter composition concert considered context court Delhi Gharana Dharis dhrupad disciple distinct example famous father fees guru guru-shishya Haddu Hafeez harmonium hereditary families hereditary musicians Hindu Hindustani music Imam important India Radio Indian classical music Indian music inherited instrument instrumentalists Islam jinns Kalawants khandan khayal kinds knowledge learned listed listeners marriage mehefil melodic Mirasi Mirasi yes A.I.R. musical culture musical performance musicians Muslim Muslim Mirasi yes occupational orchestra play practice Ravi Ravi Shankar rebab relationship respect rhythmic riaz role sarangi player sarangiya sarod Seniya sense shishya sing sitar sitarist social identity social organization socio-musical solo sometimes specialty staff artists strings style stylistic surbahar tabla player Table tabliyas tanpura tanpura player Tanras Khan Tansen Tawaif term things ustad usually vocal music vocalist