by Dept. of Academic Research, ITC Sangeet Research Academy in Kolkata .
Written in English
On completion of 25th year of ITC Sangeet Research Academy; articles on Hindustani vocal music schools.
|Contributions||ITC Sangeet Research Academy (Calcutta, India)., ITC Sangeet Research Academy (Calcutta, India). Dept. of Academic Research.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||58 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||58|
|LC Control Number||2004314204|
"This book is a comprehensive account of the various forms in Indian music. The Gharanas of Indian music have been discussed elaborately in this book. In vocal music, the author has discussed Dhrupad, Khayal and Thumri. In instrumental music, Gharanas of Sitar, Sarod and Tabla have been discussed. Besides this, five leading forms of Karnatak music have been covered in this book alongwith. About the Book:This book is a comprehensive account of the various forms in Indian music. The Gharanas of Indian music have been discussed elaborately in this book. In vocal music the author has discussed Dhrupad, Khayal and Thumari. In instrumental music, Gharanas of Sitar, Sarod and Tabla have been discussed. Besides this five leading forms of Karnatak music have been covered in this book. is a platform for academics to share research papers. The Great Indian Gharanas in Khayal Nikhil Inamdar. May 5th follow. SHARE. Created with Sketch. Jaipur Gharana. Gwalior Gharana.
Today tradition is continued as Gharanas took by the Schools and Colleges. Students are doing research in music. They also grown up as a stage performer. Musicology is a subject now. This 'Introduction of Musical Gharanas and Great Artists' book is dedicated for all the students and music lovers. Try the new Google Books. Check out the new look and enjoy easier access to your favorite features. Try it now. No thanks. Try the new Google Books Get print book. No eBook available Gharanas in Khyal. Gharanas of Punjab. Patiala Gharana. Great Masters of Patiala Gharana. Patiala Gharana in the Eyes of Maestros. /5(2). The Gharana database outlines different gharanas in the various music categories of Indian Classical Music. We have tried to include as many gharanas as possible. If you think we have missed something, please contact us through the feedback form. The music Gharanas are also called styles. These schools or Gharanas have their basis in the traditional mode of musical training and education. Every Gharana has its own distinct features. The main area of difference between Gharanas is the manner in which the notes are sung. The concept of a Guru- Shishya leads to the development of Gharanas.
“As in his earlier book, -Hindustani Music – A tradition in transition”, Deepak Raja continues to provide a fresher and analytic evaluation of the changing profile of the khayal style in this book, covering all the major khayal gharanas of Hindustani music. Continuity . Khyal gharanas. The gharana system in khyal was rooted in the guru–shishya tradition and was similar to the Dhrupad Bani system. The gharana system was greatly influenced by the gradual fall of the Mughal Empire, which forced musicians to move from Delhi to princely states such as Gwalior, Lucknow, Hyderabad, Patiala and Rampur.. The gharanas have distinct styles of presenting the khyal. The gharanas have distinct styles of presenting the khyal how much to emphasize and how to enunciate the words of the composition, when to sing the sthayi and antara, whether to sing an unmetered alap in the beginning, what kinds of improvisations to use, how much importance to . The gharanas of Hindustani classical music are well represented in ITC SRA’s Indian Music Archives. The major khayal gharanas are Agra, Gwalior, Patiala, Kirana, Banaras, Delhi, Mewati, Rampur Sahaswan, Bhendibazar, and Jaipur.