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During our second unit we will be discovering the musical traditions of India. We will explore the historical background of Indian music and compare and contrast North Indian Hindustani musical culture with South Indian Carnatic musical culture. You will be introduced to many Indian instruments and different genres of classical Indian music and dance. We will also cover some Pop music styles including Ghazal, Bhangra and Bollywood film songs.
You will need to complete the following activities and assignments :
-Read Excursions in World Music Chapter 2: India. (You must have the textbook!!! No more chapters will be posted.)
1-Complete and submit the India Study Guide : Download the India Study Guide below. This assignment is meant to completed while reading the India Chapter in our textbook, Excursions in World Music. Once you have completed the Study Guide,
2-Play the India Lecture Presentation and watch all of the associated found embedded in the presentation.
*North Indian Kathak Dance:
* Tradition of Vedic Chanting:
*Hindustani Sitar lesson with Ravi Shankar and George Harrison:
* Devadasis: Temple Dancers (Slaves):
*Sitar with Odissi Dance:
* Carnatic Kriti:
*Popular Music, Ghazal:
* Popular Music, Bhangra:
* Popular Music, Filmi Git, or Bollywood songs with Lata Mangeshkar:
*Bollywood Song and Dance:
:India Lecture Presentation Click this link to access the India Lecture Presentation. Be sure to “play” the presentation so that you can link to the audio and video clips associated with the content.
3-Submit your India Discussion Board [ What are the major differences between North Indian Hindustani culture and South Indian Carnatic culture? Address topics such as musical transmission, instruments and musical practices. Why do these differences exist today? How does religion relate to this cultural gap between North and South India?]
Your discussion post should be around 150 words , cover all of the topic points . You are also required to respond to at least one of my fellow classmate’s posts , and give constructive feedback and/or pose questions that are relevant to the discussion topics
4- Submit your Choose an AUDIO example (not video clip) from Unit 2: India and write a 150 word journal about it. Please utilize the listening guides in your textbook for this assignment. Include information about the audio example including the genre or style, instruments and form. What culture creates this music? What behaviors or activities are associated with this music? Also include your personal thoughts or feelings about your chosen audio example. Do you like it/dislike it? Why did you choose this particular example?
Your Journal should be around 150 words , cover all of the topic points (5 pts), and be submitted on time .
Listen to all of the:
* – Hinustani Alap: Tambura and Bansuri ( 01 India Hindustani Classical, alap)
*- Hindustani Gat-Tora: Sitar, Tambura and Tabla
Listening Guide pg. 32 ( 01 Medium and Fast Gats in Raga Yama)
*- Carnatic Kriti: Voice, Violin, Tambura and Mridangam
Listening Guide pg. 44 ( 02 Kriti by Tyagaraja )
*- Ghazal: Voice, Harmonium, Tambura and Tabla
Listening Guide pg. 49( 03 Ghazal)
******Not**** put the answer for each point in single file please , and I will send you the post to make reply .
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