Author: Ajoy ChakrabartyPublisher: MacmillanYear: 2002Language: EnglishPages: 104ISBN/UPC (if available): 0333 93735X
Shrutinandan is an expression of love. It is an incomparable music institution, which even today preserves the vitality.Shrutinandan is an incomparable music institution, which even today preserves the vitality of the guru-shishya tradition.Shrutinandan is also Pandit Ajoy Chakrabarty’s first endeavor to crystallize and document India’s grand legacy of ancient musical heritage for posterity.Pandit ajoy Chakrabarty is an exponent of Indian classical music. Based on his personal experiences, Panditji has elucidated that Indian raga music in the way to achieve world peace.The book encompasses elements as diverse as microphones, hall acoustics, other technological aspects to improve musical performance and the alarming consequences of miserly training. The book also warns us of the dangers of harboring prejudice and trying to compartmentalize raga music by gharans.From the mind to the voice, from the voice to the stage- the book spans it all and unfolds the agony and ecstasy of the musical genius.Turning the last page, one realizes that Shrutinandan is more than a book. It is a unique concept and experiment, an institution, a tradition and endeavour towards and a complete philosophy and way of life.
PrefaceABOUT SHRUTINANDANPROBLEMS AND SOLUTIONS IN MUSIC TRAININGTHE TEACHER-DISCIPLE TRADITIONCLASSICAL MUSIC, THE ARTIST, AND THE AUDIENCEACCOMPANISTS IN CLASSICAL MUSIC AND THE AUDIENCEMODERN EDUCTION AND CLASSICAL MUSICTHE MUSICIAN, THE PARTON, AND THE CRITICRECORDINGTHE SCIENCE OF SINGINGCLASSICAL MUSIC AND WORLD PEACETOWARDS UNIVERSAL MUSIC