- Performer:India National Ensemble
- Title:Traditional Songs & Dances of India
- Style:Indian,Indian Subcontinent Traditions
- Date of release:September 27, 1994
- Size FLAC version1923 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1242 megabytes
- Size WMA version1944 megabytes
- Formats:ADX XM AC3 MPC VOC MOD
India National Ensemble. blue highlight denotes track pick.
Album · 1994 · 3 Songs. Suite for Two Sitars and Indian Folk Ensemble (Part 2). 9:05. Released: 27 Sep 1994. 2006 Legacy International. See All. Ragas With Sitar: Traditional Songs and Dances of India (Remastered). Indian National Sitar Ensemble.
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India is a land of varied cultures and traditions. Diversities in all spheres make the Indian culture quite unique. Indian folk and tribal dances are product of different socio-economic set up and traditions evolved over ages. In India, we have festivals and celebrations virtually every day, and dances are performed to express joy and festivity. This has added to the richness of Indian culture. Since every festival is accompanied by celebration, folk dances have become an integral part of our social milieu.
The traditional and classical music of India has developed over many centuries and continues to thrive as a dominant art form. The music of this collection showcases the practice of music for numerous occasions which may be as specific as to the time of day as shown by the following: Unnaippol, a striking morning piece, Raga Saarang, to be played at mid-day, or Theruva Theppo which is sung during the evening.
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India has many dances in India coming from every state in the country. Although, there are only six forms of the classical dances recognised by the country on a national level. They are Bharatnatyam, Kathak, Kathakali, Manipuri, Kuchipudi, and Odissi. The diversity of Indian culture is not hidden from the rest of the world. The massive celebration of the festivals of India, the traditions, and rituals, the delectable food culture all calls in for the tourists from all around the globe. Let us tell you the traditional tale of one of the richest traditions of India through the dance culture of India. Dance is India is much more than mere body movements, from the very ancient times the classical dance forms is considered as a discipline and a way to devote yourself to the God through art. India has many dances in India coming from every state.
Discover the best regional folk dances of India, one of the most diverse countries, full of color and tradition, all expressed in their performances. Every part of India has its unique folk dance, which isn’t as complex as the classical form of dance but, in its simplicity, it reflects the deep-sited beliefs of their people. We explore some of the best folk dances that make India’s cultural heritage much more beautiful. Dumhal and Rouff of Jammu and Kashmir. Dumhal is performed by men belonging to the Wattal tribe of Kashmir to celebrate special occasions. It was performed originally during the harvest season, wearing a traditional Punjabi dress and with instruments including a Dhol, Chimta, Algoza and others. It is regarded as a popular music style in the country. The dance form has a mix of many steps like dhamaal, jutti, fulka, sialkoti, dankare, jugni, mirzi, fumnian.
CreditsIndia National Ensemble - Primary Artist
|1||Suite for Two Sitars and Indian Folk Ensemble, Pt. 1||India National Ensemble||16:03|
|2||Suite for Two Sitars and Indian Folk Ensemble, Pt. 2||India National Ensemble||9:05|
|3||Meditational Raga of Northern India||India National Ensemble||6:47|