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by Martin Clayton

Download Time in Indian Music: Rhythm, Metre, and Form in North Indian Rag Performance with Audio CD (Oxford Monographs on Music) eBook
ISBN:
0198166869
Author:
Martin Clayton
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Music
Language:
English
Publisher:
Oxford University Press (March 29, 2001)
Pages:
256 pages
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Time in Indian Music is the first major study of rhythm, metre, and . The book accompanied by more than 100 audio tracks of Iranian music analyzed in the book.

Time in Indian Music is the first major study of rhythm, metre, and form in North Indian rag, or classical. Time in Indian Music is destined to be a classic in ethnomusicology, Indian studies, and music theory. Refreshingly lucid, and deftly and richly illustrated. a book that should be of signal importance not only to ethnomusicologists and South Asia specialists but also to all scholars interested in the metaphysical meanings of time in both Asia and the West. there is never a point in the book in which discussions are not inviting and engaging.

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The cyclic time versa linear time is an issue which has drown the attention of many scholars. In this outlook, there is a sense of dividing different style of music or even music of different cultures with regard to cyclic and linear time.

This book is a study of rhythm, metre, and form in North Indian rāg, or classical, music

This book is a study of rhythm, metre, and form in North Indian rāg, or classical, music. The author presents a theoretical model for the organization of time in this repertory, a model which is related explicitly to other spheres of Indian thought and culture as well as to current ideas on musical time in alternative repertories - including that of Western music. This theoretical model is elucidated and illustrated with reference to many musical examples, drawn from authentic recorded performances

This book is an in-depth academic analysis of meter in North Indian .

This book is an in-depth academic analysis of meter in North Indian music. Clayton crafts his descriptions of meter and rhythm carefully so that they are general enough to cover all genres of North Indian music. As a result of this generality, much of the analysis can be applied to South Indian music as well. I had a chance of putting both books side by side and understood both books better.

Time in Indian Music is the first major study of rhythm, metre, and .

Time in Indian Music is the first major study of rhythm, metre, and form in North Indian rag, or classical, music. It presents a theoretical model for the organization of time in this repertory, elucidated and illustrated with reference to many musical examples drawn from authentic recorded performances. Martin Clayton wants to understand musical time and demystify Indian music, and he succeeds impressively, thereby winning what should become a critical role for this book in Asian studies today.

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Recommend this journal. Skip to the audio challenge. Yearbook for Traditional Music.

Time In Indian Music book. Published by Oxford University Press, USA (first published January 1st 2001). Time In Indian Music: Rhythm, Metre, And Form In North Indian Rāg Performance. Time in Indian Music is the first major study of rhythm, metre, and form in North Indian rag, or classical, music.

Works Scores Videos Audio. View it in the Music Periodicals Database. Lists Forum Books Performance Data new. Ephemera Libretto Instruments. New List New Article New Book New Video New Post New Score new. Home Journals British Journal of Ethnomusicology 2001 Vol. 10 No. 1. "Time in Indian Music. Rhythm, Metre, and Form in North Indian Rag Performance," by Martin Clayton. Drag and drop files here.

Time in Indian Music is the first major study of rhythm, metre, and form in North Indian rag, or classical, music. It presents a theoretical model for the organization of time in this repertory, elucidated and illustrated with reference to many musical examples drawn from authentic recorded performances. Written in a clear and intelligible style, it will appeal to anyone interested in Indian aesthetic forms and the study of musical time. The book includes a free CD of authentic recorded performances closely referred to in the text.
  • Anarasida
This book sucks on so many levels but mainly because at its heart it's not truly about Indian music. The author makes observations about the music as an outsider which incidentally he probably could have made about 80s hair metal. I bought this book to supplement my knowledge of Hindusthasni music as a sitarist for almost 20 years. Rhythm has always been my weakness and I'm always looking for different ways of wrapping my head around it and also for new patterns to practice. I read half of this book before giving up and not once was there any discussion about any of the rhythmic patterns used in Indian music by the tabla player or instrumentalist. All discussion remains at the surface level of the music couched in academic double-speak. This is quite literally the first book I have purchased in ages where I want my money back.
  • Fearlessrunner
This book by Martin Clayton (who is a professor through UK's open university) is a wonderfully in-depth look at issues of time (in general) in Hindustani music. I had assumed that the book would be strictly about the Tala system (and believe me, there is plenty of that), but Dr. Clayton discusses a great deal more.

This book tackles the historical significance of the infusion of Sufi-ideology as well as Hindu concepts of time-of-day performance. It also takes a serious look at the Ati-Vilambit-Kehyal tradition (not carefully examined by many scholars outside of India).

This book is not for the uninitiated, it is unlikely that a novice will fine much of the information useful. For that, I would recommend Haresh Bakshi's "101 Raga-s for the 21st Century and Beyond." But for those who have spent a few years under a Guru, this book is a must-have.
  • Wohald
Good, but missing the CD & audio tracks that Martin refers to within the text... Probably a good buy for somebody already familiar with Indian music rather than a novice, but a good read.
  • Kalrajas
This book is an in-depth academic analysis of meter in North Indian music. Based on the author's doctoral research, the book includes theoretical perspectives, types and uses of tal, rhythm and meter in performance, and cross-culture perspectives. Clayton crafts his descriptions of meter and rhythm carefully so that they are general enough to cover all genres of North Indian music. As a result of this generality, much of the analysis can be applied to South Indian music as well. He points out that meter in North Indian music is hard to reconcile with "universal metrical" theory, such as that proposed by Lerdahl and Jackendoff, and he argues that any universal theory of meter must take into account North Indian music. Much of the book is highly technical and may only be accessible to specialists in music theory. Nevertheless, novices who are interested in Indian music will still find much of interest, as Clayton explains such topics as the sequence of events in an Indian classical concert, and the cyclic nature of Indian rhythms quite clearly. The accompanying CD contains clips that demonstrate many of the rhythms and meters discussed in the text.
  • zzzachibis
It was 2002 that I first read the Clayton's book on Indian Rhythm. It was fascinating but I could not closely touch the rhythmic arrangements in that part of the world. Once I was introduced to a book by an Iranian scholar called Mohammad R Azadehfar on Persian rhythm entitled Rhythmic Structure in Iranian Music. The book accompanied by more than 100 audio tracks of Iranian music analyzed in the book. I had a chance of putting both books side by side and understood both books better. I recommend readers to take a comparative study on the concept of rhythm in Iran and India in order to get a full picture of musical structure in that part of the world.Rhythmic structure in Iranian music (2nd Edition)