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Annanmar Katai -  The Birth of the Queen's Triplets (Six Excerpts)
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(ARCE, 1965), 12 mins
The epic tale Annanmar Katai, which translated means "the story of the elder brothers," begins with the grandfather, who is given land by a Chola king for loyal services. His brothers are granted land too, but they continuously covet their eldest sibling’s more fertile share. Thus begins three generations of...
(ARCE, 1965), 12 mins
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Biyavalo by Madhu Natisar Nath
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(ARCE, 1987), 37 mins
Madhu Natisar Nath is the main singer. He plays the sarangi at the same time, using a jerky bowing technique to accentuate the rhythmic aspects of the song. His son Shivji Nath provides vocal accompaniment.
(ARCE, 1987), 37 mins
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Drumming Traditions of Kerala
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(ARCE), 23 mins
This selection provides a cross section of Kerala's rich tradition of drumming, ranging from temple drums to the drums of agricultural rituals.
(ARCE), 23 mins
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The Four Vedas
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produced by Frits Staal (Folkways Records, 1968), 1 hour 51 mins
produced by Frits Staal (Folkways Records, 1968), 1 hour 51 mins
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(Monitor Records, 2009), 40 mins
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Monpa Ritual Music
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(ARCE), 48 mins
Monpa are the largest Buddhist tribe in Arunachal Pradesh. They belong to the Gelugpa or Nyangmapa sects of Tibetan Buddhism. The most elaborate art form of this tribe is the ritual music performed by the monks of the Tawang Gompa. Although the musical framework is generally similar within the sacred music of T...
(ARCE), 48 mins
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(ARCE, 1990), 23 mins
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North India: Instrumental Music - Sitar, Flute, Sarangi
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performed by Various Artists (Smithsonian Folkways Recordings/Audivis-UNESCO, 1972), 58 mins
performed by Various Artists (Smithsonian Folkways Recordings/Audivis-UNESCO, 1972), 58 mins
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