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Assessing The Tuning Of Sung Indian Classical Music

Joan Serrà, Gopala K. Koduri, Marius Miron, Xavier Serra
2011 Zenodo  
The research leading to these results has received funding from the European Research Council under the European Union's Seventh Framework Programme (FP7/2007-2013) / ERC grant agreement 267583 (CompMusic  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The authors wish to thank Enric Guaus and Perfecto Herrera for useful discussions and Justin Salamon for useful discussions and proofreading.  ...  CONCLUSIONS AND FUTURE WORK The results in Sec. 3 shed light on some of the existing controversies in the tuning of sung Indian classical music.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1415101 fatcat:lpqbbgvhircfro4dpg5rgq2o7i

Evolution and Assessment of South Asian Folk Music: A Study of Social and Religious Perspective

2020 British Journal of Arts and Humanities  
As a result, bunches of folk music are being created with different lyrics and tune in every corner of South Asia.  ...  South Asia has too many colorful nations and they owned different culture from the very beginning. Folk music is like a treasure of South Asian culture.  ...  The modern Indian classical music has two parts-Hidustani and Karnataki.  ... 
doi:10.34104/bjah.020060072 fatcat:adjf25mvj5g7nhmro6rkhqvzua

The Intermediate Sphere in North Indian Music Culture: Between and Beyond "Folk" and "Classical"

2015 Ethnomusicology  
I n the music culture of North India, there exists a vast and rich stratum of traditional music genres that resist facile categorization as either classical or folk.  ...  If in discourse about traditional music in North India, the notions of "folk" and "classical" continue to be widely used, in this essay I posit the existence of an "intermediate sphere, " comprising a  ...  south Indian raga is 'classical' , while an elaborate rendition on the sitar of the tune for a Bengali devotional kirtan is not" (1981:IX, 72) .  ... 
doi:10.5406/ethnomusicology.59.1.0082 fatcat:7mwp6i2agrev3ehwmpcmiwn7nu

"Fusion" performing arts: A plea for diversity

Bernard Bel, Andréine Bel
1992 Interface  
In the end they outline an old cognitive theory of suggestive expression in music/dance/drama performance which comes in support of recent work in anthropology of the arts.  ...  Having questioned the role of "ethno"-sciences in this process, they discuss analytical methods in research on music/dance, such as space categorizations and movement transcription.  ...  In one of the scenes men were heard singing classical music on a boat, undisturbed by the boatman singing his favourite film song (strongly out of tune).  ... 
doi:10.1080/09298219208570612 fatcat:dvybm4c55nhvjjc5opjpx5ygua

"How Can You Dance to Beethoven?": Native People and Country Music

Lynn Whidden
1984 Canadian University Music Review  
To illustrate, I cite a song called "Streets of Winnipeg" (sung to the tune of "Streets of Laredo") and performed in country style with guitar accompaniment.  ...  Besides the alternation of spoken and sung words,"Streets of Winnipeg" holds interest since its words of protest are exceptional in songs sung in country music style: "Streets of Winnipeg" Sung: Hey,  ... 
doi:10.7202/1013932ar fatcat:az77hrjsprbunepy5i45kiswnq

A Survey on musical instrument Raag detection

Ekta Patel, Savita Chauhan
2017 International Journal of Advanced Technology and Engineering Exploration  
It is the unique sequence in music which comprises of five to nine musical notes in melodic music.  ...  It depends on the pitch of musical notes and the mood in which they are conveyed rather than the sequence of notes.  ...  Conflicts of interest The authors have no conflicts of interest to declare.  ... 
doi:10.19101/ijatee.2017.429010 fatcat:l5lktt3sabcenekfhnealtjnwu

Gesture in Musical Declamation: An Intercultural Approach

Charulatha Mani
2017 Musicologist  
The paper then practically addresses the role of gesture in present cross-cultural music performance practice using an artistic project,  ...  The paper begins by referencing relevant historical literature on the performance practices. In doing so, it identifies declamation in music as an ideal musical framework for gestured performance.  ...  Gesture in the context of 17 th century Italian sung-speech has several features in common with historical gesture in represented music in the South Indian context.  ... 
doi:10.33906/musicologist.373122 fatcat:pyvs75cgsbcqlgwzdulwmm5xju

Automatic Evaluation Of Hindustani Learner'S Sargam Practice

Gurunath Reddy, Sreenivasa Rao
2018 Zenodo  
Publication in the conference proceedings of Multi-Learn, Kos island, Greece, 2017  ...  INTRODUCTION The first step in the Hindustani classical music learning process is the SARGAM practice [1] . The SARGAMS's are the basic notes in the traditional Indian art music.  ...  Also, the SP singer's are instructed to intentionally sing some of the notes in out-of-tune to assess the reliability of the proposed method.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1160327 fatcat:46uz2y6revh2dcfuouiixyn6he

Music for the Migrant's Soul: Blending the Traditional with the Topical…

Madhusri Shrivastava
2015 Networking knowledge. Journal of the MeCCSA-PGN  
This paper explores how the Bhojpuri music industry is catering to the needs of north Indian migrants in Mumbai, India.  ...  Bhojpuri is the dialect spoken by large numbers in the Indian states of Uttar Pradesh and Bihar.  ...  songs are sung to the tunes of Bollywood chartbusters, and the raunchiness of the original in no way diminishes the pious zeal of the devotees.  ... 
doi:10.31165/nk.2015.81.361 fatcat:u7zr34d7pfd3tghzrw5sdnwyqu

Animals and music: Between cultural definitions and sensory evidence

Gisela Kaplan
2009 Sign Systems Studies  
A growing body of research now reports that auditory memory and auditory mechanisms in animals are not as simplistic as once thought and evidence suggests, in some cases, the presence of musical abilities  ...  This paper will present a number of examples in which animals show signs of responsiveness to music and even engage in musical activity and this will be discussed from an ethological perspective.  ...  Being able to generalize between classical music and modern western music and apply the principles to other tunes seems a remarkably advanced ability in fish and songbirds.  ... 
doi:10.12697/sss.2009.37.3-4.03 fatcat:67p7bhl6jbf47lcbr7gyut3nda

Automatic Assessment of Singing

Puranik Ninad Vijay, Baris Bozkurt, Xavier Serra
2020 Zenodo  
The second part of this study is focused on finding suitable features to assess a singing performance, given a good alignment of reference and student audio.  ...  The existing baseline system (BMCS) for singing assessment developed using Turkish Conservatory dataset (MAST dataset) is extensively studied to identify audio alignment as one of the possible areas of  ...  Motivation 3 North-Indian Classical Music, popularly known as Hindustani music is one of the oldest form of music existing today.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3932438 fatcat:wsqdpqq5ijcsta33ur6kcvo4je

Women's Desire Portrayed in Bhawaiya Folksong in Northern Bangladesh

Abdullah Zahid Osmani
2020 Zenodo  
Music is certainly the strongest outcome of any culture.  ...  Human cultures, societies, and stages of evolution are mirrored in the variety of music.  ...  Other instruments include the dotara, dhol, fluteand tabla. Bangladesh also has an active heritage in North Indian classical music.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.4312816 fatcat:mjws4vat6rfn3cdo2vbjdclrhy

Chevalior Sivaji Ganesan's Tamil Film Songs Not Only Emulated the Quality of the Movie But also Contains Ethical Imports that can be Compared with Ethical Theories – A Retrospective Reflection

P. Sarvaharana, Dr. S. Manikandan, Dr. P. Thiyagarajan
2020 Global Journal of Human-Social Science  
Few songs with the uncompromising premise of patni (chastity of women) with the four important charateristics of women of Tamil culture i.e. acham, madam, nanam and payirpu that leads to the great concept  ...  The ethical ideas that contain in the selection of songs were made out from the selected movies acted by Chevalier Shivaji giving preference to the songs that contain the above unique concept of ethics  ...  Jayalalithaa was trained in classical music, western classical piano, and various forms of classical dance, including Bharatanatyam, Mohiniattam, Manipuri and Kathak.  ... 
doi:10.34257/gjhssavol20is10pg21 fatcat:xyx3b6n3n5dujptytrtlp26gq4

Modified K-nearest Neighbor Algorithm with Variant K Values

Kalyani C. Waghmare, Balwant A.
2020 International Journal of Advanced Computer Science and Applications  
K values are decided based on the percentage of training data considered from every class. The Indian Classical Music is considered as a case study to classify it in different Ragas.  ...  The traditional KNN has the unlike requirement of specifying 'K' value in advance for all test samples.  ...  In Indian Classical Music, the repeating patterns play a very important role for Raga identification.  ... 
doi:10.14569/ijacsa.2020.0111029 fatcat:erbhahglwfhs3chgbevba6egyi

Effect of Listening Biographies on Frequency Following Response Responses of Vocalists, Violinists, and Non-Musicians to Indian Carnatic Music Stimuli

Prajna Bhat J, Rajalakshmi Krishna
2021 Journal of Audiology & Otology  
The stimuli consisted of three Indian Carnatic raga notes (/S-R2-G3/), which was sung by a trained vocalist and played by a trained violinist.  ...  The current study investigates pitch coding using frequency following response (FFR) among vocalists, violinists, and non-musicians for Indian Carnatic transition music stimuli and assesses whether their  ...  Acknowledgments The authors would like to thank all the participants and All India Institute of Speech and Hearing for providing the infrastructure.  ... 
doi:10.7874/jao.2021.00115 pmid:34185977 fatcat:cvapoiqzwrcnpd5qvt2ynnvvpe
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