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The origin and development of the Sarod

Ghosh, Avijit Ph.D.

The origin and development of the Sarod

a classical musical instrument

by Ghosh, Avijit Ph.D.

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Published by Kalpaz Publications in Delhi .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Hindustani music,
  • History and criticism,
  • Sarod music,
  • Musicians

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. [157]-159), webliography (p. [161]-163) and index.

    StatementAvijit Ghosh
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsML1015.S37 G46 2012
    The Physical Object
    Pagination172 p. :
    Number of Pages172
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25283815M
    ISBN 108178359081
    ISBN 109788178359083
    LC Control Number2012335116
    OCLC/WorldCa767804071

    Place of Origin: Gujarat /Rajasthan (Border Area) Materials: Metal finger board, gourd resonator Dimensions: Lt. cm. (approx.) Acc. No: M/ This Sarod type string instrument is very much similar to the contemporary day Sarod. It can be seen in the sculptures and mural paintings in old caves and temples in various parts of India. The roots of the classical music of India are found in the Vedic literature of Hinduism and the ancient Natyashastra, the classic Sanskrit text on performance arts by Bharata Muni. The 13th century Sanskrit text Sangita-Ratnakara of Sarangadeva is regarded as the definitive text by both the Hindustani music and the Carnatic music traditions.. Indian classical music has two foundational Music awards: Filmfare Awards, Sangeet Natak .

    In olden days, to help the students of Sitar or Sarod, there used to be instruments of lesser strings, in many cases, minus sympathetic strings. Sitar was cheaper too and convenient for beginners. Similarly Sarod also had lesser strings for the benefit of the students. UGC NET Syllabus for Music. The UGC NET exam would be computer-based like bank PO, SSC exam. Paper 2 will have Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) with each question carrying two (2) marks i.e. marks in total. The objective type questions will include multiple choices, matching type, true/false and assertion-reasoning type etc.

    Indian musical instruments can be broadly classified according to the Hornbostel–Sachs system into four categories: chordophones (string instruments), aerophones (wind instruments), membranophones (drums) and idiophones (non-drum percussion instruments). Chapter 2 The Origin and Evolution of Veena An overview There are different theories that people put forth regarding the aspect of the origin and evolution of Veena. The following is the theory put forth by some. Music has been prevalent from the very primitive stage of human life. The reason is not far to Size: 8MB.


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The sarod is known for a deep, weighty, introspective sound, in contrast with the sweet, overtone-rich texture of the sitar, with sympathetic strings that give it a resonant, reverberant quality. Hindustani classical music is the art music of northern regions of the Indian subcontinent.

It may also be called North Indian classical music or Śāstriya Saṅgīt. Its origins date from the 12th century CE, when it diverged from Carnatic music, the classical tradition of southern regions of the Indian subcontinent. Get this from a library. The origin and development of Dhrupad and its bearing on instrumental music.

[Ec Saṅghadāsa Perērā] -- Chiefly its bearing on sitar and sarod. The sarod (or sarode) (सरोद) is a lute-like stringed instrument of India, used mainly in Indian classical with the sitar, it is among the most popular and prominent instruments in Hindustani classical sarod is known for a deep, weighty, introspective sound, in contrast with the sweet, overtone-rich texture of the sitar, with sympathetic strings that give it a.

Sharan Rani was also the author of the acclaimed book, ‘The Divine Sarod’, on the origin, antiquity and development of the Sarod since 2nd cent. B.C. This is the first book ever to be written on the origin and development of the Sarod and was released in by.

This was the first book ever to be written on the origin and development of the Sarod and was released in by Shri K.R. Narayanan, the then Vice President of book was the result of her research of decades in a maiden field and through this book she firmly established that sarod is an instrument of Indian origin, widely prevalent.

Preface Music is considered to have a divine origin and own which brings its practitioner very close to god. It is said that god created music to give a proof of his presence.

Therefore the existence of music is as old as humanity itself. But later it came to be presumed that music is an inborn quality given by god himself and therefore it can not be learned here on this earth.

book released the origin and development of the sarod KALPAZ BOOKS, NEW DELHI J THE ORIGIN OF THE SAROD FROM THE RABAB FAMILY, DESCRIPTIONS ABOUT THE STRUCTURAL CHANGES, TUINING OF SAROD, STRINGS USED, FINGERBOARD, ITS DEVELOPMENTS, CONTRIBUTIONS OF THE MUSIC LEGENDS OF THE SENIYA MAIHAR Title: INTERNATIONAL SAROD.

Sharan Raniji was an Indian classical sarod player and music scholar. In a time when respected women were forbidden from indulging in music and dance. She instead argues for a Persian origin of the sitar: "the Persian setar in Kashmir found its way into courts and regional use in North India" (p.

33). The sarod, Miner maintains, developed likewise from a non-Hindu source--the Afghani rabab. The tabla’s charm has attracted the attention of scholars and music lovers around the globe. Like most other Indian musical instruments, there are many interesting myths and legends about the origin of the tabla.

Many authors cite the 13th century Sufi poet/musician Amir Khusrau as. Some Controversies about Tabla Origin. While studying history of Tabla, we would face various debates. There is no concrete evidence about the Tabla origin or when Tabla has been introduced into Indian Classical Music.

Though the myth says that tabla is invented by the Indian Sufi poet and musician Amir Khusro in the 13th century, yet it has no. Sharan Rani has authored the book The Divine Sarod: its Origin, Antiquity and Development in India since BC 2nd century.

She was an avid collector of rare musical instruments and set up the Sharan Rani Backliwal Gallery in the National Museum in. The Journey of the Sitar in Indian Classical Music: Origin, History, and Playing Styles Check Price on Amazon Description: Since the thirteenth century, the sitar-a stringed, plucked instrument of India-has transformed into an instrument beloved by millions in its country of origin as well as all over the world.

A noted research scholar, Sharan Rani authored a book on the origin of sarod titled, “The Divine Sarod” (Its Origin, Antiquity and Development in India since 2nd century B.C.). I have not read her book, The Divine Sarod: Its Origin, Antiquity and Development, but I never miss an opportunity to visit to the Sharan Rani Backliwal Gallery of Musical Instruments at the Author: Sharon Lowen.

Sarod Rani Sharan Rani is on Facebook. Join Facebook to connect with Sarod Rani Sharan Rani and others you may know. Sharan Rani is the author of the ‘Divine sarod’, which is the first book ever to be written on the origin, antiquity and development of the Sarod.

Through her tireless research of decades in a maiden field, Sharan Rani. Sitar, stringed instrument of the lute family that is popular in northern India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh.

Typically measuring about meters (4 feet) in length, the sitar has a deep pear-shaped gourd body; a long, wide, hollow wooden neck; both front and. Swami Prajnanand wrote in his book, Historical Development of Indian Music: "Music, the English word, is a derivative from French word muse." In Latin, the term is musica.

In Sanskrit, it is called gana, giti, or : iUniverse, Incorporated. About the Book A serious study of Indian classical music is arrestingly important these days. Music has become one of our leading industries, our performing standard are probably, now much higher than before.

We are making rapid strides in music endeavours and education in many ways. How large a part in these activities of the musical instruments is Sarod an instrument that has no constraints.In his book Ancient Greek Music, M. L. West describes how the plectrum was attached to the lyre with a string and had a “handle and a short, pointed blade of ivory, bone, or wood.” Plectrums have been used to play stringed instruments for more than 2, years, as proven by images such as this close-up of a circa BCE Greek drinking Author: Emile Menasché.MUSIC AND CULTURE OF INDIA ARYANS CAME AND SETTLED IN INDIA FROM THE NORTHWEST – THRU THE HINDU­KUSH RANGE BORDERING INDIA AND AFGHANISTAN.

THEY SETTLED FIRST IN THE INDUS VALLEY FIRST. The settlers from central Asia describe their world view in poems which constituted the four Size: 1MB.