COMMUNICATION AND CRITICISM IN INDIAN CLASSICAL MUSIC :

Communication is possible when at least two persons are there. One who speaks, if capable of making other person understand, it is said that the communication works. Communication, in all terms, depends on the deep connection between the ‘Donor’ (who gives) and the ‘Receptor’ (who takes). In Vocal Music, proper understanding between the Artist and the listener leads the way of communication to success. The discussion of my paper will…

April 21, 2016
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How the Middlewich Folk and Boat Festival Started

The Middlewich Folk and Boat Festival is held every single June in and around Middlewich, Cheshire, England. Every year 30,000 people as well as 400 boats attend the festival. Two members of the Irish band the Middlewich Paddies founded the festival in 1990. Guardian On-line declared the festival to be amongst the top three folk festivals held within England. The first festival was held on 15 June 1990; it was…

April 21, 2016
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Sydo – An Exceptional Music Talent Rocking the World

France is a place which is renowned for its musical and artistic contribution to the world and there are many great personalities that have picturized the creativity of French art in their own way. Folk music of France has various genres and this land is also known to give rise the artists including painters, actors, singers and musicians. The new sensation that is added to the list is Sydo. The…

April 21, 2016
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Folk Singer in Kolkata sings Bauls

There cannot be any doubt in mind that Folk art and traditions are one of the vital pillars of Indian culture and civilization. They define the true ecstasy and legacy of the mores in the most varied form. The fact that the Indian subcontinent is regarded as the land of Unity with Diversity surely rests on this factor as well. Folk singing and dance is being carried out from the…

April 21, 2016
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Welsh Music Styles Of Past And Present

Wales has a long history of music and has been known as the ‘land of song’ since at least the Nineteenth Century. This reference to Wales as the land of song, probably comes from the passionate singing in Welsh churches and at Welsh sports meetings, particularly at rugby matches. However, Wales’ links with music go much further back than that. Wales has a tradition of folk music which is closely…

April 21, 2016
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Classical & Folk Music Breakthroughs

As pop music holds the reign in the top-40 chart as the most popular genre of music, do not be fooled that classical and folk music do not live on. Opera houses, Ballet and Dance theatres, film, TV and advertising companies keep the first traditional and proper forms of music alive. Although great composers like Beethoven, Mozart, Handel, Bach, Mendelssohn, and Vivaldi can no longer earn composition royalties, as they…

April 21, 2016
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