Indian classical music

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  • Raga Malkauns: Roles Of Music In The Indian Classical Music System

    Abstract—In Indian classical music system Raga is a combination of notes which is able to create pleasing effect. There are various ragas in Hindustani classical music. Here we consider the raga Malkauns which is a popular raga in north Indian music system. Raga Malkauns is used in music therapy predominantly as it is meditative raga and observed to affect the soul. Here the spectral parameters of raga Malkauns are compared with the raga Bhairav and tried to see its impact on blood pressure. Keywords—Spectral parameters, Raga, Music therapy INTRODUCTION Music is now playing an increasing role in several different areas. It has been observed that Music has a great impact on Psychological, emotional, neurologic, and cardiovascular…

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  • Emotion Detection In North Indian Classical Music

    Abstract¬ – Music directly connects to the soul of living beings. It deeply influences mind and brain. Indian Classical Music is closely associated with mood and emotions. Emotion detection in Indian Classical music can serve as the basis for content based music retrieval and recommendation. Music can be mapped to mood by extracting its features that contribute to generation of specific emotions and mapping them with emotional model of valence and arousal. Hence analysis of features of North…

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  • Analysis Of Indian Classical Instrument Or Indo Jazz Music

    The participants listened to their choice of Indian Classical instrument or Indo Jazz music. Task 1 represents listening to music; Task 2 corresponds to listening to selected music and performing visual Go and No-go trials (task stimuli); and Task 3 represents performing the task in silence. The physiological response to the played music was estimated by measuring the pulse rate. The task performances were obtained by calculating the omission error and reaction time for Go trials, and commission…

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  • Sound And Music In Medicine

    The Role of Sound and Music in Medicine Touch, sight, taste, smell, and sound; these are the means in which we interact with the world. I ask the question; which one is more important? We have all been asked this before, but has it been given enough thought? Enough research and time? Obviously this is a loaded question, filled with more subjective thoughts and personal preferences than researchable facts. In any case; all the senses are instrumental in our perception of the world. The…

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  • Paleolithic Music Development

    Development through the Ages Music has been utilized for much longer than many have thought. Research has found musical instruments dating all the way back to the Paleolithic era (ca. 50.000 to 10.000 BC). Although anything performed at this time was lost to time. Upon the creation of writing methods were devised for the recording of musical pieces. The Greek civilization invented all of the major instruments families, including strings, flutes, reeds, brass, and drums.(1) Greeks philosophers…

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  • Beethoven Symphony 9 Analysis Essay

    was to continue to compose music even through difficult setbacks. The exact day of Beethoven’s birth is not known. However, in the customs of his time a baby was baptized the day after its birth. There are formal records showing he was baptized on December 17, 1770. Due to this it is assumed that he was born on the sixteenth of December. Beethoven, however, even presented with documents of his baptism, claims to has been born two years later in 1772. He was born in Bonn, Germany to Johann van…

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  • Ludwig Van Beethoven's Passion For Music

    Who is Beethoven? An individual most likely has perceived his name or even acknowledges his most prominent symphonies, but why is Beethoven considered a significant icon towards to society up to this date? Furthermore, Ludwig van Beethoven born on December 16, 1770, in Bonn, Germany during the eras of Classical and Romantic (Ludwig). As a young boy he dealt with his alcoholic father, Johann Beethoven, in which demanded him to practice the piano hourly, disregarding the circumstances. That being…

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  • Wolfgang Amadeus: Fact Vs. Fiction

    He even ends up being late for his own performance and only realizes this when he hears his music being played without him! One of my favorite parts of the movie is in the first few scenes. It is funny to hear an older Salieri tell the story of when he first saw Mozart. In the movie he had asked the question “Does talent like that show on the face?” He is browsing through the people trying to see if he can tell which one is the famous composer whom he seems to idolize. Until, that is, he…

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  • Second Symphony: Ludwig Van Beethoven's 2nd Symphony

    Ludwig van Beethoven was an amazing composer in the late 1700s to early 1800s composing 9 symphonies in his lifetime. Beethoven was only a small child when his father introduced him to music. In the time in between the birth of his two little brothers, his father introduced him to music. Beethoven’s First Symphony was composed in the year 1799-1800 and was released later that year in 1800. In the next few years Beethoven created his 2nd Symphony in the years 1801-1802. At the time he was…

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  • How Is Beethoven An Interesting Character

    Beethoven was an interesting character. He has gone through much in his lifetime that it is understandable that his character is an interesting and complex one. In Chapter 27 of Downs’s Classical Music, Downs gives his interpretation of Beethoven and what kind of person he was. From what was gathered in this chapter, Downs is not just stating the facts, but gives Beethoven a variety of personalities. In my sense of the composer from Downs’s text, Beethoven was an infant prodigy turned to a…

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