The terms to be familiar with

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15:37 The terms to be familiar with The Great Tradition Raga Tala Drone Tabla Pakhavaj (another type of drum) Tambura (drone instrument) Sitar (melody instrument) (has more strings, longer neck) Sarod (melody instrument) (shorter neck) Sarangi (melody instrument) Shanai (melody instrument) Violin, flute Shishya Param Para Tali
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Unformatted text preview: Khali Alap (free floating) Jor (more recognizable beats, speed up) Jhala (faster than Jor) Gat (drum enters) Ravi Shankar (ambassador to the world) Ali Akbar Khan ambassador to the world) Pandit/Ustad India 6: Qawwali Qual Qawwal Sheikh Sama Harmonium Sargam Nusrat Fatah Ali Khan 15:37 15:37...
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This note was uploaded on 02/17/2012 for the course HUM 240 taught by Professor Francescalawson during the Fall '11 term at BYU.

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