Music Price list in India

Problems Title
Hindustani Sangeet Paddhati, Kramik Pustak Malika I to IV, Bhatkhande, 6 books

Hindustani Sangeet Paddhati, Kramik Pustak Malika I to IV, Bhatkhande, 6 books

This is a como book with 6 sets, Pandit Vishnu Narayan Bhatkhande (Marathi: ?????? ?????? ???????)(August 10, 1860 - September 19, 1936) was an Indian musicologist who wrote the first modern treatise on Hindustani classical music (The north Indian variety of Indian classical music), an art which had been propagated earlier for a few centuries mostly through oral traditions. During those earlier times, the art had undergone several changes, rendering the raga grammar documented in scant old texts outdated.Bhatkhande's first published work, Swar Malika, was a booklet containing detailed descriptions of all prevalent ragas. In 1909, he published Shri Mallakshaya Sangeetam, in Sanskrit, under the pseudonym 'Chatur-pandit'. To make this cultural heritage accessible to the common man, he published commentary on his own Sanskrit grantha in Marathi over a span of several years; it was published over four volumes bearing the title: Hindustani Sangeet Paddhati. These volumes form today the standard text on Hindustani music, an indispensable starting point for any student of Hindustani Classical Music. His disciple S N Ratanjankar, famous musician Shri. Dilip Kumar Roy, Ratanjankar's disciple K. G. Ginde, S.C.R.Bhatt, Ram Ashrey Jha 'Ramrang', Sumati Mutatkar and Krishna Kumar Kapoor are among the notable scholars who followed in the footsteps of Bhatkhande. His notation system became standard and though later scholars like Pt. V. D. Paluskar, Pandit Vinayakrao Patwardhan and Pt. Omkarnath Thakur introduced their improved versions, it remained a publisher's favorite. It suffered a setback with onset of desktop publishing, which found inserting marks above and below Devanagari text cumbersome; as a result, books carrying compositions yielded to theoretical texts. A recently developed notation system Ome Swarlipi follows the logical structure introduced by Pt. Bhatkhande but uses symbols instead of Devanagari alphabets.

Bhatkhande Swarlipi Sangrah ; Vol-1 (भातखंडे स्वरलिपि संग्रह : भाग-१)

Bhatkhande Swarlipi Sangrah ; Vol-1 (भातखंडे स्वरलिपि संग्रह : भाग-१)

This music book contains Introduction of Raag, Alaap, Taan, Sargam Geet, Laxan Geet, Choota Khayal, Bada Khayal, Tarana, Dhrupad, Dhamar and Tarana. This cover syllabus of class 9 &10. Book is also useful for First two years of Prayag Sangit Samiti Allahabad, Pracheen Kala Kendra Chandigarh and ABGM Mumbai.

The Songlines (Vintage Classics)

The Songlines (Vintage Classics)

Bruce Chatwin provides a fascinating background to indigenous Australian life.

The songlines are the invisible pathways that criss-cross Australia, tracks connecting communities and following ancient boundaries. Along these lines, Aboriginals passed the songs which revealed the creation of the land and the secrets of its past. In this magical account, Chatwin recalls his travels across the length and breadth of Australia seeking to find the truth about the songs and unravel the mysteries of their stories.

Another 100 Lyrics

Another 100 Lyrics

A delightful new collection from the master lyricist

After the great success of 100 Lyrics, this new volume contains a hundred more of Gulzar’s marvellous compositions, complete with anecdotes and photographs making it a true collector’s item.
Gulzar has brought a rare poetic sensibility to popular Hindi film music over a five-decade-long career and this collection showcases some of his best work, from early lyrics like ‘Ganga aaye kahan se’ (Kabuliwala) and ‘Koi hota jisko apna’ (Mere Apne) to classics such as ‘Tere bina jiya jaye na’ (Ghar), ‘Do naina aur ek kahani’ (Masoom) and ‘Roz roz ankhon taley’ (Jeeva) and later blockbusters like ‘Goli maar bheje mein’ (Satya), ‘Beedi jalai le’ (Omkara), ‘Dhan te nan’ (Kaminey), ‘Dil toh bachcha hai ji’ (Ishqiya), ‘Challa’ (Jab Tak Hai Jaan) and ‘Bismil’ (Haider). In addition, Another 100 Lyrics contains some brilliant poems from non-film albums like Dil Padosi Hai, Marasim, Ishqa Ishqa and Koi Baat Chale.

Theory of Music Made Easy Grade 3

Theory of Music Made Easy Grade 3

Having covered basic theory in the first two volumes, the third tackles more complex issues such as chord structures and compound time, chapters that act as a revision for work from earlier grades, as well as the topics required to sit the ABRSM Grade 3 Theory Exam. Contents: Demisemiquaver; Major Keys With Four Sharps Or Flats; Tonic Triads; Beyond 2 Ledger Lines; Transposition; Compound Time (6/8, 9/8, 12/8); Rules of Compound Time; Minor Keys with Four Sharps Or Flats; Grouping Notes And Rests In Compound Time; Scales And Key Signature (Revision); Four-Bar Rhythm; Intervals; Simple Phrase Structure; Performance Directions; General Exercises; Revision.

Theory of Music Made Easy Grade 2

Theory of Music Made Easy Grade 2

Theory of Music Made Easy Grade 2 by Lina Ng builds upon what has previously been learned from the series and tackles new topics such as ledger lines and Italian terms, triplets and note groupings. This book is in the same format as Theory of Music Made Easy Grade 1, with lots of familiar animated friends and some new ones too. Each topic has a number of exercises to consolidate what has been taught and puzzles and games are interspersed throughout to aid memory. Every fourth chapter is a revision session to ensure that information has been absorbed. Contents: Ledger Lines; Time Signatures (2/2, 3/2, 4/2, 3/8); The Major Keys (A, B flat, E flat); Triplets; The Minor Keys (A, E, D); Grouping Notes and Rests; Intervals (2nd to Octave); Rhythm Writing (Four-bar Rhythm); Performance Directions; General Exercises; Know Your Italian Terms; Revision Exercises.

John Thompson's Easiest Piano Course: Part 2 - Revised Edition

John Thompson's Easiest Piano Course: Part 2 - Revised Edition

This easy and fun approach to learning the piano has a modern look with clear and straight-forward layout plus amusing new characters who help emphasise the information being taught. As new notes are introduced, the pupil is given the opportunity to play examples in which only one hand is required. Includes: Characters and illustrations Writing exercises Sight reading drills Review work accompaniments and more

Mein Jo Hoon, 'Jon Elia' Hoon

Mein Jo Hoon, 'Jon Elia' Hoon

Mein Jo Hoon, 'Jon Elia' Hoon [Jan 01, 2016] Jon (Jaun) Elia

Khyal: Creativity within North India's Classical Music Tradition

Khyal: Creativity within North India's Classical Music Tradition

Khyal: Creativity within North India's Classical Music Tradition

Bot