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Sitar-Sarod Jugalbandi
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Synthesis Of Tradition And Experiment By MOHAN D. NADKARNI The Bombay Sentinel, February 1, 1958 Our classical music has developed in both vocal and instrumental traditions. The predominance of the human voice, however, has always been emphasized in the very concept of Indian music and, for that reason, paramount interest has attached to the practical art of singing. Compared to vocal music, therefore, instrumental...

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Indian Music Today: Our Youngest Stylists
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By MOHAN D. NADKARNI The Bombay Sentinel, January 14, 1956 INDIAN music has a record of achievement through the ages. But the extent of neglect it suffered under the alien rule while popular patronage, too, fell because of economic and social backwardness of society was indeed appalling. Since independence, however, much artistic and cultural activity has been in evidence all over the country. The...

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