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A Journey through Indian Classical Music


Koło Naukowe Etnomuzykologów przy Katedrze Muzykologii Uniwersytetu Wrocławskiego zaprasza na wykład i koncert dr Subhendu Gosha z Indii, dnia 3. listopada 2010 r. o godz. 18:00 w sali 208 (Szewska 36, II piętro).

Dr Subhendu Gosh jest artystą wykonującym klasyczną muzykę północnych Indii. Student słynnego indyjskiego wokalisty Ustada Hafeeza Ahmeda Khana i Pandita Ramesha Nadkarni. Ponadto wykłada biofizykę na Uniwersytecie w Delhi gdzie w swojej pracy badawczej interesuje się w jaki sposób mózg uczy się np. muzycznych sekwencji. Jest też założycielem i dyrektorem fundacji „Pratidhwani”, która ma na celu propagować dziedzictwo kulturowe Indii.

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The tradition of classical music of India dates back to ancient period. It is claimed that the root of classical music lies in folk music of the land which is quite diverse and vast. As a result the Indian Music originally maintains oral traditions. The practice of written script and notations has come to Indian music only recently under the influence of western music. Traditionally Indian Classical music is primarily melodic with a variety of complex scales, called Raga and rhythms (Taal).

The primitive form of Classical Music is Dhrupad, thought to be born in the fifth century, which is based mainly on sound. This was mainly sung by the saints. The musical instruments were Veena, Taanpura and Pakhawaj (drum). However, there was a social need for reducing the heaviness of Drupad, thus came a rhythmic form called “Tarana” in the 13th century. Simultaneously new instruments like Sitar, Sarod etc. came. In the 16th century came another form of music called “Khayal” which is charged with a lot of emotions within the frame of a scale or Raga. And this helped Classical Music to go out from courts and elite boundaries to people who love music. Later in 18th century another semi-classical form called “Thumri”, traditionally sung by women, took the popularity. Today in India there exist a number of forms of music like Ghazals, whose root is Classical Music.

Aktualizacja: 27.01.2016

Through Indian Classical Music

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