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India/South Asia Worlds of Music, Chapter 6
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History n Indus Valley Civilization (c.2500-c.1700 B.C.E) n Aryans (c.1700-c.500) n Four  Vedas  – first extant literature of the region; sacred  prayers, incantations, rituals; still used today; purported to  be the source of India’s classical music system ( raga ) n Moghul Empire (1527-c.1867) n Babur (1483-1531), descendant of Timur n British colonization (1600s-1947) n 1947 independence from Britain; partition n 1950 India becomes a Republic with a new constitution 
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Moghul Empire n Babur n founder of the Moghul  Empire n direct descendant of Timur  n lineage Chagatai n also related to Genghis Khan
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Unformatted text preview: n expansive Persian cultural influence in this region n in urban areas and oasis cities from India to Central Asia n urban Persian language, literature, poetry, art, architecture (Taj Mahal), music n North India Babur 1483-1531 Taj Mahal Persian miniatures of the Mughal Court Mughal influence on N. Indian music n Synthesis of indigenous traditions, Persian influence, and contact with Central Asia n Silk Road and string instruments (i.e., sitar, India; setar , Central Asia) n Persian poetry n raga (compare with the Persian dastgah and Arab maqam )...
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This note was uploaded on 01/26/2012 for the course MUS 130 taught by Professor Lee during the Spring '08 term at University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign.

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