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Raag Darbari

10 August 2019

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Living Traditions: 21 articles for 21st-century Indian classical music

08 August 2019

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How your favourite genres chime with Indian classical

15 June 2019

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Exploring Raag Malkauns: 'He who wears serpents like garlands'

13 June 2019

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East and West: Three basic differences between Indian and Western Classical music

11 May 2019

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North and South: One country, one music, two classical traditions

11 May 2019

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Guru-Shishya Parampara: Master and disciple, knowledge through surrender

11 May 2019

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What is Raga? More than a tune, more than melody

11 May 2019

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What is Tala? Beyond just rhythm and providing a beat

11 May 2019

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What is Rasa? The 'essence' or 'juice' - a flowing nectar of emotional experience

11 May 2019

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What is Prahar? Time theory in Indian Classical Music

11 May 2019

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Why do Indian musicians tune their instruments in front of the audience?

11 May 2019

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Indian Music Etiquette for Listeners: learn about the unspoken rules for audiences

11 May 2019

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The Pecking Order: Why is vocal music considered the highest form of music?

11 May 2019

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An Introduction to Light Classical: Thumri, dadra and other styles

11 May 2019

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An Introduction to Shabad Kirtan: Sikh worship ritual

11 May 2019

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An Introduction to Qawwali: the music of the Sufi mystics

11 May 2019

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An Introduction to Bhajan: Hindu devotional song

11 May 2019

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An Introduction to Ghazal: ancient poetry, romantic couplets

11 May 2019

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The Shehnai: a folk instrument elevated to classical music

11 May 2019

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Performance format for Hindustani classical vocals: elements of a classical recital

11 May 2019

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Performance Format for Hindustani Instrumental Music: Alap, Jor, and Jhalla

11 May 2019

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The Evolution of Indian Film Music: Mixing East and West, North and South

11 May 2019

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An Introduction to Carnatic music: South India's classical tradition

11 May 2019

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Legendary Figures: Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan, the qawwali powerhouse

11 May 2019

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Legendary Figures: The Sikh Gurus, sanctifying North Indian classical music

11 May 2019

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Legendary Figures: Rabindranath Tagore, the great Bengali polymath

11 May 2019

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Legendary Figures: Ustad Allauddin Khan, a guru of genius

11 May 2019

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Legendary Figures: Hazrat Inayat Khan, India’s veena maestro turned Europe’s leading Sufi master

11 May 2019

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Legendary Figures: Amir Khusrau and Gopal Nayak, Hindustani pioneers

11 May 2019

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Legendary Figures: Swami Haridas and Tansen, mythic innovators of North India

11 May 2019

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Legendary Figures: South India’s Tanjore Quartet, four brilliant musical brothers

11 May 2019

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Legendary Figures: Shyama Shastri, Tyagaraja and Muthuswami Dikshitar, South India’s Holy Trinity

11 May 2019

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An Introduction to Indian Folk Traditions: some important genres

11 May 2019

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Why do Indian musicians tug at their ears when mentioning a senior figure in music?

11 May 2019

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Brief Origins of Indian Classical Music: From Vedic chanting onwards

11 May 2019

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Ragatherapy: Indian music's healing powers

10 May 2019

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Wah wah! The language of Indian music appreciation

10 May 2019

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Beyond Bollywood: the music of Maharashtra

10 May 2019

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Chants and chakras: sound vibration and music as nada yoga

10 May 2019

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Om on the roam: sacred music in a contemporary world

10 May 2019

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Minstrels to mantras: the music of Bengal

10 May 2019

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Akram Khan interview: 'Indian dancers place themselves in the shoes of gods as well as mortals'

09 May 2019

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