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Old 02-16-2013, 01:36 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default An Introduction to Indian Classical Music

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Fusion - Indian Classical with Western Classical







Fusion - Indian classical with Jazz









Indian Classical





Bansuri/Tabla duet


Sitar/Tabla duet




Classical Vocals




Mridangam/Tabla duet




Mridangam solo


Mridangam explained




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Old 02-16-2013, 02:37 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Holy crap! I don't have time to go through these videos at the moment, but I'm bookmarking this page for sure! I've always wanted to get into non-western classical but I had no idea where to begin. Thanks a bunch.
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Old 04-14-2013, 12:18 PM   #3 (permalink)
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this is great music, i love it
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Indian music has it's own flavor, the videos are real treat to ears n you get pure Indian taste. Modern Indian ears love to fusion, mixing the east-west, very popular now a days.

But example of fusion in western?
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Old 06-20-2013, 09:03 AM   #5 (permalink)
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Indian tonality is so much different than the established western styles. It's really interesting to listen to.

I love tabla solos too. I play with a conga player and some of the stuff he can generate sounds similar.
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Have there been any scientific studies of Indian tonality?
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By scientific studies, do you mean, FFA type stuff, with math-ings and frequency graphs and whatnot, or do you mean Overviews of Hindustani theory?

If you mean theory and practice, there's an excellent text from 1898, by Bhavánráv A. Pingle, entitled "Indian Music," which goes over waaaaaay more than I could absorb.

Best of all, you can get it free as a pdf from google books. Or at least you could a few years ago, I'm assuming you still can....
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Hmmm, tried to post a link to the ebook, but I guess newbies can't. Oh, I meant to say, originally, fantastic OP! Loving the music thus far!!!!!

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By scientific studies, do you mean, FFA type stuff, with math-ings and frequency graphs and whatnot, or do you mean Overviews of Hindustani theory?

If you mean theory and practice, there's an excellent text from 1898, by Bhavánráv A. Pingle, entitled "Indian Music," which goes over waaaaaay more than I could absorb.

Best of all, you can get it free as a pdf from google books. Or at least you could a few years ago, I'm assuming you still can....
I meant closer to the first, though I don't know what FFA stands for, and although the two are not necessarily mutually exclusive (?).

The book is still free on Google Books, though. When I have time...
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Old 09-06-2013, 02:12 PM   #10 (permalink)
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Try the book "The Dawn of Indian Music in the West" by Peter Lavezzoli.

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