Carnatic Music

  The origins of South Indian music are traced to prehistoric times. Carnatic music owes its name to the Sanskrit term Karnātaka Sangītam which denotes “traditional” or “codified” music. The trio of Tyāgarāja (1767-1847), Shyama Sastri and Muttuswami Dīkshitar,...

Gharanas of Indian Music

  A school of a particular style of singing or playing instruments, or a traditionally characteristic individual style of vocal or instrumental music is referred as the ‘Gharana’ or family. The Gharanas are particularly relevant in the context of the Hindustani...
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