This paper is focus on Indian instruments which is the overall percussion, and how the percussion instruments play their roll in Bollywood music?
There are four main Indian percussion.
Tabla, Pakhawaj, Dhool, Mridangam.
The front in Times new roman, size 12 double spaced.
Will be required to a 5 minute long presentation the topic of their research paper.
An introduction to Indian classical music (Hindustani classical music)
Jauhari, Shruti. “A Brief History of Hindustani Music”, Elements of Hindustani Classical Music. Pp-1-12. D.K Printworld (P) Limited, India. 1969.
Khan, Ali Akbar, ed. 2007. “Introduction”. The Classical Music of North India. Vol 1. Pp- 1-25. Munshiram Manoharlal Publishers Pvt. Ltd, India
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Bor, Joep. 1999. “What is a Raga?” The Raga Guide: A Survey of 74 Hindustani Ragas, pp. 1-15. Edited, Suvarnalata Rao, Wim van der Meer, Jane Harvey, Co- Authors, 1999.
Indian Musical instruments, Performance and Society
Required Reading: Jauhari, Shruti. “Some Musical Instruments”, Elements of Hindustani Classical Music. Pp-105-134. D.K Printworld (P) Limited, India, 1969.
Khan, Ali Akbar, ed. 2007. “Introduction”. The Classical Music of North India. Vol 1. Munshiram Manoharlal Publishers Pvt. Ltd, India.
Music and Devotion: Religious Music of Indian Subcontinent
Beck, L, Guy (edited). “Hinduism and Music”, Sacred Sound: Experiencing Music in World Religions. Pp. 113-140, Wilfred Laurier University Press, 2006.
Miller, Terry E. Shahriari, Andrew. 2009. “South Asia: Music with a Spiritual Dimension”. World Music: A Global Journey, 2nd Ed. Pp. 85-121. Kent State University. Taylor & Francis.
Qureshi, B. Regula. “Islam and Music”, Sacred Sound: Experiencing Music in World Religions. Edited by Guy L, Beck, Pp. 89-112, Wilfrid Laurier University Press, 2006.
Further Reading: Gillani Karim. 2004. “The Ismaili “Ginan” Tradition from the Indian Subcontinent”. Middle East Studies Association Bulletin. Vol. 38, No. 2, pages 175-185.
From Raga to Bollywood: The Sound of Bollywood
Bakan Michael B. 2012. “From Raga to Bollywood: Development and Intercultural Crossings in Indian Music”. World Music: Traditions and Transformations, pages 115-138. 2nd Ed. The Florida State University: USA Assigned
Reading: Morcom, Anna. “The Musical Style of Hindi Film Songs”. Hindi Film Songs and the Cinema, Ashgate Publishing Limited, England, 2007, pp. 61- 136.
Religion, Ethnicity and Caste in Indian Cinema
Gokulsing. K. Moti, Dissanayake. Wimal. “Religion, Ethnicity and Caste in Indian Cinema”. From Aan to Lagaan and Beyond: A Guide to the study of Indian Cinema. Trentham Books, UK, 2012, pp. 55-76.
Manuel, Peter, “North Indian Sufi Popular Music in the age of Hindu and Muslim Fundamentalism”, Ethnomusicology, Vol. 52, No 3, Fall 2008, pp- 378-400
Gillani, Karim, “New Sufi Trends in the Popular Music of India and Pakistan”, presented at the Annuel SEM conference, Mexico City, Mexico, November 19- 22, 2009. Unpublished paper.