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Maya ka Maalkauns

Maya ka Maalkauns

यह लोकप्रिय फ़िल्म गीतों पर एक अभिनव दृष्टि से लिखी गई पुस्तक है. गाने सुनने और सराहने के लिए तो होते ही हैं, वे हमें कुछ और के लिए भी न्योता देते हैं. यह कुछ और एक सोच और भावना है जो सुरीले और मार्मिक गीतों के कारण हमारे भीतर पैठ जाती है. यहीं से उस गीत को पढ़ने का संकल्प जागता है. फ़िल्मों पर बहुत लिखा गया है, किंतु फ़िल्मी गीतों पर ऐसी पोथी बहुतेरी नहीं मिलेंगी. सिनेमा और सुगम संगीत के रसिकों के लिए एक ज़रूरी किताब.

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New Mansions For Music: Performance, Pedagogy and Criticism

The essays in New Mansions for Music: Performance, Pedagogy and Criticism look at one of the most ancient and rigorous classical musical traditions of India, the Karnatik music system, and the kind of changes it underwent once it was relocated from traditional spaces of temples and salons to the public domain. Nineteenth-century Madras led the way in the transformation that Karnatik music underwent as it encountered the forces of modernization and standardization. This study also contributes to our understanding of the experience of modernity in India through the prism of music. The role of Madras city as patron and custodian of the performing arts, especially classical music offers an invaluable perspective on the larger processes of modernization in India. As the title suggests, the areas of classical music, which were most influenced by these developments were pedagogy or modes of musical transmission, performance conventions and criticism or music appreciation. Once the urban elite demanded the widening of the teaching of classical music, traditional modes of music instruction underwent a major change involving a breakdown of the gurushishya parampara or the tradition wherein the teacher imparted knowledge to a chosen few. Caste and kinship were important determining factors for the selection of these shishyas or students, but in modern institutions like the universities these boundaries had to be demolished. Simultaneously, the public staging of music brought the performer into a new relationship with his audience, especially as the art form became subject to validation and criticism by the newly emerging music critic. In an immensely readable book peppered with anecdotes and conversations with leading musicians and critics of the day, as well as humorous visual representations, part caricature, part satirical, the author describes a rapidly changing society and its new look in early twentieth century Madras.

The Ground Beneath Her Feet

The Ground Beneath Her Feet

On Valentine's Day, 1989, Vina Apsara, a famous and much-loved singer, disappears in a devastating earthquake. Her lover, the singer Ormus Cama, cannot accept that he has lost her and so begins his eternal quest to find her and bring her back. His journey takes him across the globe and through cities pulsating with the power of rock 'n' roll, to Bombay, London and New York.

But around the star-crossed lover and his quest, the uncertain world itself is beginning to tremble and break. Cracks and tears are appearing in the very fabric of reality and exposing the abyss beyond. And Ormus has to confront just how far he is willing to go for love.

Help Your Kids with Music: A Unique Step-by-Step Visual Guide

Help Your Kids with Music: A Unique Step-by-Step Visual Guide

Help Your Kids with Music is a step-by-step visual guide to music theory.

Help Your Kids with Music is the perfect primer to help students gain a solid foundation in music, no matter their age, skill level, or instrument.

Help Your Kids with Music clearly explains key concepts in five step-by-step chapters:

  • The Basics explains the types of instruments, notation for keyboard and stringed instruments, the "musical alphabet," and counting a beat.
  • Rhythm covers the length of notes and rests, as well as basic rhythms and meters, phrasing, syncopation, tempo, and using a metronome.
  • Tone and Melody includes everything a student needs to know about tones and how they work together to build a melody.
  • Chords and Harmony shows how intervals work together and includes examples for horn and woodwind instruments.
  • Form and Interpretation helps students understand how musical form can aid appreciation and interpretation for classical, jazz, blues, and other musical styles.

Daisy Jones and The Six

Daisy Jones and The Six

picked as < u> one to watch in 2019 by , I news, stylist, heat magazine, Elle, cosmopolitan, red, image magazine Irish independent. nobody ever knew why. Until now. they were lovers and friends and brothers and rivals. They couldn't believe their luck, until it ran out. This is their story of the early days and the wild nights, but everyone remembers the truth differently. The only thing they all know for sure is that from the moment Daisy Jones walked barefoot, on to the stage at the whisky, the band were irrevocably changed. Making music is never just about the music. And sometimes it can be hard to tell where the sound stops and the feelings begin. _________________ erin Kelly “daisy Jones & The six is a transporting novel – at once a love story, a glimpse into the combustible inner workings of a rock-and-roll band, and a pitch-perfect recreation of the music scene of the Fleetwood Mac era. You’ll never want it to end.” cecilia Ahern ‘once in a Blue moon you get to discover a book you end up pressing upon many other people to read. Taylor Jenkins Reid has got every nuance, every detail exact and Right. I loved every word.’ Paul Rees ‘so brilliantly written I thought all the characters were real... I couldn't put it down’ Edith bowman ‘the heady haze of the 70s music scene, and a perfectly flawed Daisy, combine to create a fresh, rock N roll read. I loved it.’ Ali land, author of Good me bad me.

Nocturnes: Five Stories of Music and Nightfall

Nocturnes: Five Stories of Music and Nightfall

From the Nobel Prize-winning author of The Remains of the Day and Never Let Me Go In Nocturnes, Kazuo Ishiguro explores the ideas of love, music and the passing of time. From the piazzas of Italy to the 'hush-hush floor' of an exclusive Hollywood hotel, the characters we encounter range from young dreamers to cafe musicians to faded stars, all of them at some moment of reckoning. Gentle, intimate and witty, this quintet is marked by a haunting theme: the struggle to keep alive a sense of life's romance, even as one gets older, relationships founder and youthful hope recedes.

The Music Room

The Music Room

When Namita is ten, her mother takes her to Dhondutai, a respected Mumbai music teacher from the great Jaipur Gharana. Dhondutai has dedicated herself to music and her antecedents are rich. She is the only remaining student of the legendary Alladiya Khan, the founder of the gharana and of its most famous singer, the tempestuous songbird, Kesarbai Kerkar. Namita begins to learn singing from Dhondutai, at first reluctantly and then, as the years pass, with growing passion. Dhondutai sees in her a second Kesar, but does Namita have the dedication to give herself up completely to music — or will there always be too many late nights and cigarettes? Beautifully written, full of anecdotes, gossip and legend, The Music Room is perhaps the most intimate book to be written about Indian classical music yet.

Some Hindustani Musicians: They Lit the Way!

Some Hindustani Musicians: They Lit the Way!

Some Hindustani Musicians They Lit The Way! Includes 23 Photos. The Book: Today Indian Music has won a place of pride in the global musical heritage. Hindustani classical music and its vocal stream have been major influences in creating the larger Indian musical tradition. Music being a performing art, lives in performance. These performances are obviously realized through performing ideas and their exploration by artists concerned. The identification of performing ideas provide the prime clue to the qualitative forces in any artist's work. Dr. Ranade has attempted to identify and analyze 19 major performers' performing ideas as they became accessible to him in mehfil-s, recordings or teaching sessions. Four other musicians are also briefly discussed. These music-makers -- and of course others not discussed here -- have lit the 20th century, i.e., our immediate and adjacent living past. Hence the special contemporary quality of their work. They belong to different gharana-s and language-regions and the variety of their approaches is a challenge as well as delight. Musicians Covered Pt. Vishnu Narayan Bhatkhande Pt. Ramkrishnabuwa Vaze Ustad Abdul Karim Khan Pt. Vishnu Digambar Paluskar Pt. Anant Manohar Joshi Ustad Faiyaz Hussain Khan Balgandharva Surashri Kesarbai Kerkar Pt. Omkarnath Thakur Master Krishnrao Fulambrikar Ustad Bade Gulam Ali Khan Prof. B.R. Deodher Pt. Jagannath Buwa Purohit Smt. Heerabai Badodekar Pt. Mallikarjun Mansoor Pt. Gajananrao Joshi Pt. Bhimsen Joshi Pt. Kumar Gandharva Smt. Manik Verma Pt. Sawai Gandharva Roshan Ara Begum Pt. Phiroze Dastoor Gangubai Chikkurao Hangal

Lost world of Hindustani music

Lost world of Hindustani music

Kudrat teri rang-birangee! Oh many-splendoured Creation!' So went the bhajan Ustad Abdul Karim Khan sang before the saint Tajuddin Baba. The holy man, entranced by the song, clapped his hands and danced. Kumar Prasad Mukherji's elegy to a vanishing age of musical giants comprises many such shared experiences between performer and audience, between recital and applause. It is his salute to a world receding into the shadows of history, peopled by ustads, pandits, the rich and the famous, the sacred and the profane. He traces the origins of their schools, from folk traditions to the courts of ancient emperors to the sound of the ankle-bells of dancing girls. He points to the time when notation crept into classical music, horrifying old masters accustomed to an art form that celebrated spontaneity and improvisation, but resulting in the preservation of ragas that would otherwise have been lost to time. While Mukherji's beloved 'Khansahebs', 'Panditjis' and 'Buwas' may have been inspired by the divine, his recounting from legends and from personal memory shows us those greats as intensely human creatures. They are driven by appetites not always noble and their intrigues and jealousies are universal. Humour, too, abounds in these pages, as do characters that will remain forever etched in the mind of the reader.

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