Great Masters of Indian Classical Music -4

Muthuswamy Dikshitar: Muthuswamy Dikshitar (1775-1835) was the famous composer of Carnatic music who wrote his songs primarily in Sanskrit. Muthuswamy Dikshitar was the youngest of the celebrated trio of composers, revered as the ‘Trinity of Carnatic music’, which...

Indian Music

Origin and History of Indian Music   Indian music has a long, unbroken tradition, which is an accumulated heritage of centuries. It is believed that sage Narada introduced the art of music to the earth and the sound that pervades the whole universe, i.e....

Great Masters of Indian Classical Music -2

Baba Ramdas Bairagi:  He was a court musician of Akbar and Jahangir and had a close relationship with Abdur Rahim Khan-e-Khana. Baba Ramdas had great knowledge of shastras of music and created many highly classical ragas such as ‘Ramdas’, ‘Ramdasi Malhar’, ‘Ramdasi...

Indipop

  Indipop is a relatively nascent style of music that is a combination of diverse and eclectic musical influences, from raga to reggae and bass beats to bhangra. This style of singing has broken musical frontiers across the globe and developed a distinct niche for...

Idiophones or Solid Instruments

  Ghana Vadya or Idiophones are solid instruments that do not need any further tuning. ‘Manjira’, ‘Jaltarang’, ‘Kanch-tarang’, ‘Kasht-tarang’, ‘Jhanj’, ‘Khartal’, ‘Piccolo’, ‘Tic-Toc’, ‘Tong’, ‘Tasha’, ‘Kartal’, ‘Stirdrum’, ‘Kabbas’, ‘Moracus’, ‘Talam’, ‘Agogo’ and...
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