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Music 1

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  • 1. Music is the combination of song, instrument and dance. An Indian ancient book says about sixty four arts. These can be classified as fine arts, science and commers among fine arts. Music is considered to be the highest form. Music is divine art and it’s also called “gandharava vidhya”. Indian music is born out of Veda. Sama Veda is the base. The temples are the places which promote music. In the world every nation has its own musical method. Today three important musical methods are: western music, Karnatic music and Hindustani music. Western music is based on harmony and Indian music is melody.

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