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Narration of Pabuji ka Par, a performance accompanying a painted scroll, traditional Rajasthani songs, interview with performers, Bahurupia acts by Jogi musicians and their interviews, Rajasthani women's song including a Loor, Ghazal and Qawwali
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Langa musicians singing harvest songs, Duhas, Langa women's wedding songs, discussion with musicians, ambient sounds, auspicious drumming, Dingal recitation, Jhangra, Khivra, Raidhan and instrumental music on Morchang.
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Rajasthani traditional music by Langa musicians. It includes singing of a Meera Bhajan, Hichki and other songs with the Harmonium, Dholak and Khartal accompaniment and also instrumental music played on Satara including Moomal Rano and a Mehendi song.
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Manganiar music including song to Sawai Singh, songs associated with Bhattiyaniji, Barnau, Matko groomer on Jaltang, Gorbandh, Kurjan, Raichand, Bhavan, Chaumasa and a Halariya
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Manganiar music including discussion, demonstration and interview with musicians. It also includes demonstration of Pingal(poetic narration),Kesariya balam, Sassi Punnu, Heli ka nagara and Ghoomar also on Morchang and Murali.
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Manganiar music, a Sindhi Kalam, demonstration and discussion on Morchang, Kamaicha and Algoza. This also includes Raichand and other Rajasthani traditional songs, a Bada Khayal sung in Rag Puriya Dhanashree-Rajasthani, a Kathputli performance and a Qawwali
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It contains a Sindhi Kalam in Rag Husseni Todi, Gujarati geet, Raichand, Hichki and other traditional songs sung by the Manganiars of Sind, Pakistan. It also includes a Bhajan, Bhavan, Bada geet, Marwari geet a a Kathputli performance-Badshah ka khel.
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Bayaka Shorts - Bayaka boyobi music and dance (2)
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of University of Oxford. Pitt Rivers Museum, in The Louis Sarno Archive, Film (Oxford, England: University of Oxford. Pitt Rivers Museum), 14 secs,
Source: web.prm.ox.ac.uk
Drawn to the rainforests of the Central African Republic by some of the most beautiful singing in the world, New Jersey native Louis Sarno travelled there in 1985 with a one-way ticket, a tape recorder and plenty of batteries. Nearly thirty years later he continues to live with a Bayaka community in and around Yan...
of University of Oxford. Pitt Rivers Museum, in The Louis Sarno Archive, Film (Oxford, England: University of Oxford. Pitt Rivers Museum), 14 secs,
Source: web.prm.ox.ac.uk
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