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Top Oldies Music

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Classic songs have an unparalleled timeless appeal that makes them so popular even today, decades after they were first released. Given below is a list consisting of songs which are considered evergreen by music lovers all over the world.


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Music is the movement of sound to reach ... - Plato

Music is the movement of sound to reach ... - Plato | Music | Scoop.it
Music is the movement of sound to reach the soul for the education of its virtue.

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Soul Music Week is here

Soul Music Week is here | Music | Scoop.it

The week for Soul Music lovers to help spread the word and spotlight great soul artists (If you're a soul music fan, please click "Like" and share with your friends! Support soul music!

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Alka Yagnik and Udit Narayan Best singer

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 Bollywood’s popular playback singers: Udit Narayan and Alka Yagnik. This concert will be extra spec...... - Dance & Music events in Vancouver.


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Indian classic music

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The musical instruments are the backbone of the Indian music and tradition. Some instruments are indigenous while some have come from outside the country.


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Myths in Indian Classical Music

Fantasy appeals to imagination and despite restrain of reason, it often succeeds in swaying minds and manners. Myths in Indian Classical Music abound. Some grew out of simplistic responses to alien queries; some others resulted from active myth-making. Indian films have contributed to such a questionable historic sensibility. While the myth initially helps in drawing people closer to complex and daunting domain of Indian Classical Music, it harms having raised false expectations.

Omenad (http://www.omenad.net) has tried to clear doubts and confusion by answering queries. It seems that a section needs to be devoted to this end. All willing to help, may submit either myth or explanation to the site.


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MERA DEEWANAPAN LYRICS - Amrinder Gill - Album Judaa 2 Songs

MERA DEEWANAPAN LYRICS - Amrinder Gill - Album Judaa 2 Songs | Music | Scoop.it

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Music is soul of body

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Music is soul of our body.

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Music is the Medicine Mind

Music is the Medicine Mind | Music | Scoop.it

Music is the language of the soul. Where words end, music begins. Now, a review article suggests that where modern medicine ends, music begins. 


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Music – The Medicine of the Mind

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Music is the language of the soul. Where words end, music begins. Now, a review article suggests that where modern medicine ends, music begins. The review.

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An Introduction to Indian Music

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Avijit Mandal's curator insight, February 4, 2013 12:18 PM

 

As a body of music, Indian music appeals to and is patronized by a small, well educated Indian population. Exhibiting two regional sub-styles or traditions (Hindustani and Karnatic), Indian music is heard through public concerts for which there is a similar notion of programmatic order (as in the West). Here our differences begin to appear. 

In any performance in the Hindustani or Karnatic styles, there are always three layers of musical activity: melody, rhythm, and a constantly sounding drone instrument. Indian compositions may be pre-composed, or a mixture of pre-composed and improvisational segments.  In the West we consider, melody and harmony as taking a dominant role in terms of creating the structure of music, rhythm is more of a decorative item. In Indian music, harmony is almost completely absent. Melody and rhythm functions operate in tandem to determine the overall structure. Unlike much of our music in the West, Indian music is not for selling, nor is it made for commercial purposes. To the Indian musician, music is like worshiping, and through music you worship God. Though it is difficult for a professional musician to follow this doctrine, it is true that you feel godliness music more quickly through music than any other medium, whether it is saying a mantra or doing yoga; ,these are very long process for obtaining some state or feeling of divinity. Music is the fastest vehicle, if one listens to the age-old saying 'Nada Brahma" - Sound is God.".

For an Indian musician, one must submit to a lifestyle of mental discipline and spiritual evolvement. "The guru-shishya (teacher-disciple) relationship is an exceptionally powerful one, at the center of which is the one to one oral teaching method. In order to gain the benefits of the received wisdom of the ages, the student must yield completely to the demands of the guru in a submission of the ego, must accept without question what he is taught. Even more important than achieving technical proficiency (though that is vital as well) is the process of imbibing direct from the guru the essence of each raga, and the essence of the music as a whole; without the feeling for these, his potential for authentic improvisation will always be limited. The relationship is as much spiritual as it is worldly, for the guru leads the pupil into the euphoria that results from true master of the music and appreciation of its transcendental potential. Teaching is done orally and aurally, from teacher to student. It is vitally important for the student to learn all the nuances of a raga from the "sounds" of the teacher, the essence of the raga itself must be learned in this way, one cannot learn improvisation from a musical score, as in the West.

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BAAKI SAB FIRST CLASS HAI LYRICS - Jai Ho | Salman Khan

BAAKI SAB FIRST CLASS HAI LYRICS - Jai Ho | Salman Khan | Music | Scoop.it

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The Glorious Sound of Music

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Music is most important our life. without music our life is so stressness and uncomfortable.

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