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Objective Assessment of Ornamentation in Indian Classical Singing [chapter]

Chitralekha Gupta, Preeti Rao
2012 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
In the context of Indian classical music, not only is the correct sequence of notes important to musical accuracy but also the nature of pitch transitions between notes.  ...  Such an objective assessment system can serve as a useful feedback tool in the training of amateur singers.  ...  In Indian classical singing education, the assessment of progress of music learners has been a recent topic of research interest [2] .  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-31980-8_1 fatcat:opuhsyt2wbervjma3giej52kte

The History, Current Role, and Future of Music Therapy in India: International Interviews with Prof. Dr. Sumathy Sundar and Aastha Luthra

Jennifer Hicks
2020 Voices: A World Forum for Music Therapy  
In addition, this paper seeks to increase the dialogue regarding both the challenges and sources of hope in building the future of music therapy in India.  ...  Sangeeta Swamy, on the history, current role, and future of music therapy in India.  ...  In addition, it has been my privilege to discuss the role of music and music therapy in India with Dr. Sangeeta Swamy over the past few years.  ... 
doi:10.15845/voices.v20i1.2871 fatcat:jrl5kpcipbea7eoavgppxgqane

A Subtle Novelty: Repetition, transmission and the valorisation of innovation within North Indian Classical Music

John James Napier
2006 Critical Studies in Improvisation  
[Gudi's teacher]" 1 The two quotations above, which I will revisit later in the paper, encapsulate something of a conundrum in North Indian classical performance, a conundrum which may also apply in other  ...  In this paper, I will attempt to investigate and reconcile these seemingly contradictory criticisms by problematizing the role of 'improvisation' in North Indian classical music with specific focus on  ...  are "at the root of a large part of classical Indian literature" (Dimock 2) .  ... 
doi:10.21083/csieci.v1i3.55 fatcat:zogv2cpiq5dr7csxdhrams5jgu

Cultural Heritage Preservation of Traditional Indian Art through Virtual New-media

Saptarshi Kolay
2016 Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences  
Traditional art and craft, practiced by various craft-guilds in the country are the evidence of Indian cultural heritage.  ...  Though the narratives depicted in the form of painted façade or scroll-paintings are the genesis of traditional Indian visual language, the scarcity of public awareness and seclusion from the mass is becoming  ...  The successful execution of the game 'Wrath of Dura' has been made possible by Mayukh Chakraborty, who has programmed it.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.sbspro.2016.06.030 fatcat:2ud53rq56vajnajro2aazpacwq

Experiencing Hindustani Raga Music: A Select Study from Kolkata

Sanjoy Bandopadhyay, Department of Music, Sikkim University, Sikkim, India., Samidha Vedabala, Department of Music, Sikkim University, Sikkim, India.
2020 Rupkatha Journal on Interdisciplinary Studies in Humanities  
The objective of this study is to identify the musical components that are responsible for generating considerable impacts on the listeners.  ...  It examines different performance components of HRM rendered in public concert situations.  ...  out in the context of classical music.  ... 
doi:10.21659/rupkatha.v12n4.02 fatcat:4fns4a7mvrgu3bfyixfuoytjia

"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

North Indian Classical Music and Lerdahl and Jackendoff's Generative Theory – a Mutual Regard

David Clarke
2017 Music Theory Online  
On the other hand, the analysis acts as a case study to assess the viability of this methodology for the analysis of Indian classical music, and in particular, to test out Lerdahl and Jackendoff's claim  ...  This article applies aspects of A Generative Theory of Tonal Music by Fred Lerdahl and Ray Jackendoff to the analysis of Hindustani (North Indian) classical music, with a double-edged purpose.  ...  As indicated above, the precepts of melodic organization in Indian classical music are those of rāg.  ... 
doi:10.30535/mto.23.3.3 fatcat:ennokn33c5de3mpy4fttunkgfi

An Interdisciplinary Review of Music Performance Analysis

Alexander Lerch, Claire Arthur, Ashis Pati, Siddharth Gururani
2020 Transactions of the International Society for Music Information Retrieval  
of a performer or perceptual effects on a listener, and finally the assessment of musical performance.  ...  Different performances of the same composition may vary in terms of performance parameters such as timing or dynamics, and these variations may have a major impact on how a listener perceives the music  ...  Some exceptions include research showing subjective preferences for an idealized pitch contour and timing profile of the Indian classical music ornament Gamak (Gupta and Rao, 2012) , and, in pop music  ... 
doi:10.5334/tismir.53 fatcat:mvdpl4gunjfyfif6t356ebhkam

Arnold Adriaan Bake

J. Brough
1964 Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies  
The continuation of the thesis-work on the theory of Indian classical music was accompanied by an increasing interest in folk-music, and, concurrently, by an intensive training under an Indian master,  ...  I was in fact driven to this conclusion myself (indirectly, it is true) by the Indian harmonium, an object Bake detested with a venomous hatred.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0041977x00095732 fatcat:5swqqj5yonaehl7flguli4iv5e

World Englishes between simplification and complexification [chapter]

Bernd Kortmann, Benedikt Szmrecsanyi
2009 Varieties of English around the world, General series  
I sing [vs. *I sings], Birds sings, I sing and dances) On the whole, 41 out of the 76 features qualify as simplifying in this way.  ...  and simplicity in the morphosyntax of varieties of English in an objective way, at least in a much more objective way than ever before.  ... 
doi:10.1075/veaw.g40.17kor fatcat:g6lcpbvoevhu5jpi33u4xos2g4

Repetitive signals and mate choice: insights from contest theory

Sophie L. Mowles, Terry J. Ord
2012 Animal Behaviour  
Acknowledgments We thank Mark Briffa, Mike Kasumovic and Devi Stuart-Fox for discussions of key concepts.  ...  S.L.M. was supported by a UNSW Writing Fellowship and a University of Nottingham Anne McLaren Fellowship.  ...  Hence we recommend that the evaluation of signal costs be the first objective in distinguishing between the functions.)  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.anbehav.2012.05.015 fatcat:5grvy5osejfhbiitqb6e6ubwwu

Developing a Graded Examination for the Malay Gamelan

Shahanum Mohamad Shah, Zaharul Lailiddin Saidon
2017 Malaysian Journal of Music  
A structured system for assessing and awarding certificates based on levels of achievement in the local music traditions is needed which will provide a platform for musicians involved in the local music  ...  As compared to the availability of examination systems for Western music, there are no mechanisms for assessing musical attainment for the local music traditions in Malaysia.  ...  Examinations in Indian traditional music are also offered by the Academy of South Indian Music Board (London).  ... 
doi:10.37134/mjm.vol6.1.2.2017 fatcat:inuni7mwhvdd3hayddbj6qnk7y

Automatic Assessment Of Singing Voice Pronunciation: A Case Study With Jingju Music

Rong Gong, Xavier Serra
2018 Zenodo  
Singing can be considered the most basic form of music performing. The critical role of singing played in music education cannot be overemphasized.  ...  Automatic singing voice assessment, as an important task in Music Information Research (MIR), aims to extract musically meaningful information and measure the quality of learners' singing voice.  ...  The objectives of this research are listed below: • To identify challenges and opportunities in automatic singing voice assessment of jingju music and formulate pertinent automatic singing voice assessment  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1490343 fatcat:f3mrhstkdff6ppmdadeasfuo7m

A VIEW OF AYURVEDA ON AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDERS - A CONCEPTUAL STUDY

Nithya A K, Jithesh Chowta
2021 International Ayurvedic Medical Journal  
It is defined by deficits in social reciproci- ty and communication and by unusual restricted, repetitive behavior1 It is one of the challenging disorders for children and their families.  ...  Prevalence estimates for autism spectrum disorder (ASD) have been increasing over the past few decades, with estimates at about 5 in10,000 in the 1960s and current estimates as high as 1 in 88.2 It is  ...  for the child to mature in the right di- screening of autism and the Indian Scale for As- rection.  ... 
doi:10.46607/iamj1509072021 fatcat:ukaqddatuzembh2jwyit5itqiy

Jesuit Contributions to Biological Sciences in India

Leo D'Souza
2020 Journal of Jesuit Studies  
The earlier classical studies resulted in the compilation of well-known and highly appreciated floras.  ...  Jesuits in India have made significant contribution to studies in classical as well as modern biology.  ...  Thanks are due to the members of the team of the Laboratory of Applied Biology, Shashikiran Nivas, Alifha Severes, Sachin Patavardhan, Sulakshana K., and Shivananda for their help in preparing the manuscript  ... 
doi:10.1163/22141332-00702007 fatcat:rcx3gpcwurgkjclgqvjiasj76e
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