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Unformatted text preview: and melodies of these communities. All the group members have worked with many musicians from the northern region of India. The music of Rajasthan is driven by pulsating rhythms created by an array of percussion instruments, the most popular of them being the dholak , a double-headed barrel drum, whose repertoire has influenced other Indian drums, including the tabla. This music also features the satara , a double flute, and the hypnotic Jewish harp, or morchang ....
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