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Indian Musical Culture
Shiva (the destroyer)
Brahma (the Creator)
Vishnu (the preserver)
Indian Music
The development of Indian music began
from the religious chants called Vedas which
were sung without accompan...
There are other important aspects that form
the “heart” of the musical tradition of India. The
Guru teaches the Vedas thro...
Indian music is the oldest unbroken
musical tradition in the world. Indian
music is based on three unique musical
elements...
Raga is the name of the pitch system used in Indian
classical music. It is an aesthetic melodic form with a
peculiar ascen...
Indian Musical Culture
Indian Musical Culture
Indian Musical Culture
Indian Musical Culture
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Grade 8 Lesson 3rd Quarter

Indian Musical Culture

  1. 1. Indian Musical Culture
  2. 2. Shiva (the destroyer)
  3. 3. Brahma (the Creator)
  4. 4. Vishnu (the preserver)
  5. 5. Indian Music The development of Indian music began from the religious chants called Vedas which were sung without accompaniment. As time passed by, other sacred hymns like the Rig Veda were developed and integrated.
  6. 6. There are other important aspects that form the “heart” of the musical tradition of India. The Guru teaches the Vedas through oral tradition. Some consider choosing one’s guru more important than choosing one’s partner in life. The Vinaya teaches students to be humble toward elders, or those who are in authority. Lastly, the Sadhana, which means practice and discipline, involves complete faithfulness in the craft.
  7. 7. Indian music is the oldest unbroken musical tradition in the world. Indian music is based on three unique musical elements namely the raga, the tala, and the rasa.
  8. 8. Raga is the name of the pitch system used in Indian classical music. It is an aesthetic melodic form with a peculiar ascending and descending movement. Tala is known to be the rhythmic time cycle of Indian music. It is composed of long and short beats that are accented and unaccented. Rasa is referred to as the dynamics used in Indian music.
  • ycellerios

    Feb. 10, 2017

Grade 8 Lesson 3rd Quarter

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