Musical Instruments: Southern Area

Musical Instruments: Southern Area

written by David B. Reck; edited by Alison Arnold (Routledge (Publisher), 1999), 21 page(s)

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Field of Interest
World Music
Author
David B. Reck
Content Type
General reference book
Format
Text
Sub Genre
Mahabharata
Page Count
21
Page Range
376-396
Publication Year
1999
Publisher
Routledge (Publisher)
Subject
World Music, Music & Performing Arts, South Asia: Indian Subcontinent, Chinese, Nandi, Indian, African, American, Bengali, Hindu, Hindustani, European, Sri Lankan, Badaga, Mughal, Tamil, Telugu, Myths and legends, Deities, God, Buddhism, Christianity, Islam, World, Accordion, Piano, Bagpipes, Bass, double, Bell, Clapper, Sticks, Clarinet, Shell, Conch, Cymbals, Damaru, Bongo, Conga, Drum, Drum, bass, Khol, Tambourine, Tabla, Kettledrum, Timila, Violin, Big band, Guitar, Guitar, electric, Harmonium, Horn, Jew's Harp, Lute, Mandolin, Harmonica, Mouth harp, Oboe, Organ, Shell, Keyboard, Piano, Pipe, Kudam, Rattle, Maraca, Reed, Saxophone, Scraper, Sitar, Synthesizer, Trombone, Cornett, Trumpet, Sousaphone, Fiddle, Voice, Vocals, male, Baritone, Whistle, Xylophone, Sul da Ásia: Subcontinente Indiano, Sudeste Asiático: Subcontinente Indio, Ceylon, Myanmar, Irã, Islamic Republic of Iran, Persia, Tailandia, Siam, Afganistán, Afeganistão, Behar, Madras State (1950-1969), Tamilnadu, David B. Reck, Mireille Helffer, Carol Babiracki, Carol S. Reck, P. Sambamurthy, 1901-1974, India, Sri Lanka, Europe, Burma, Iran, Thailand, Indonesia, Afghanistan, Bihar, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Kerala
Keywords and Translated Subjects
Sul da Ásia: Subcontinente Indiano, Sudeste Asiático: Subcontinente Indio, Ceylon, Myanmar, Irã, Islamic Republic of Iran, Persia, Tailandia, Siam, Afganistán, Afeganistão, Behar, Madras State (1950-1969), Tamilnadu

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