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Tham, Thongu, Din & Din Thongu - Gaps (Notation)

This lesson introduces the very important concept of gaps or spaces in the konnakol language. Tham, Thongu, Din and Din Thongu can be added to the end of phrases to augment ideas and increase rhythmic tension. 66 more words

Indian Music

Rest in Peace U. Srinivas

A true maestro of the mandolin.

His talent was like a dazzling light, his countenance was as luminous as the moon, and his dedication to music was as constant as the ocean’s tides. 125 more words


From India, with love: Finding your musical roots

ā€œIndia is the cradle of the human race, the birthplace of human speech, the mother of history, the grandmother of legend, and the great grandmother of tradition. 975 more words


Set In Stone

Set In Stone is 4 guys from Mumbai who talk the language of music and believe that their music can touch you and make a difference in your life. 279 more words

Music Fulcrum

What does 'Barqat' mean? Behind the music of Jugni - The Film

Kartick SitaramanĀ reports from the Sound Studio.

I join Shefali in a music session with Clinton Cerejo (our music director), Shellee (our lyricist and dialogue writer) and Javed Bashir (singer). 447 more words

Black Ink

Dynamic chemistry evolves when traditional tabla combines with contemporary sound design and vibrant visuals, they fuse together to form BLACK INK

An innovative new production conceptualised and performed by award winning contemporary and classically trained tabla players Hiren Chate and Mayur Narvekar. 264 more words

Music Fulcrum