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Title : The Music of Hindostan
Author : A.H. Fox Strangways
Edition : HardBack
ISBN : 9789390035724
Pages : 374
Year of Pub : 2021
Price : Rs 1,495.00
   
 
 
Hindostan is, technically the Indus and Ganges basins, and it is with the music of that part of India that this book primarily deals. Indian music,
as elsewhere, is of varying excellence. The author in the beginning gives an account of his musical experiences during a tour through
India, history of Indian music, scale, mode, various ragas, grace, tala, drumming, ethos and structure of some of the oldest music, forms, and lastly the laws of melody in Indian music.
About the Author
A.H. Fox Strangways (1859-1948) was an English musicologist, translator, editor and music critic. As a music master, Strangways developed an interest in Indian music and in the years before the First World War, he did much to bring Tagore to wider attention. In 1925 he moved to the Observer as chief music critic.

 

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