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A. Kānan

Overview page. Subjects: Indian Music.

(b. Chennai, June 1920; d. Kolkata, 12 Sept. 2004) Noted vocalist.

He received the Central Sangeet Natak Akademi award in 1995.

Trained by Girija Shankar Chakravarti and...

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A. Nārāyaṇa Iyengar

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(b. Devakottai, Tamil Nadu, 1905; d. ?, 1987) Veena exponent and teacher.

He received the Central Sangeet Natak Akademi award in 1969.

After basic training in veena from...

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A. Swāmy Nāidu

Overview page. Subjects: Indian Music.

(b. ?; d. ?)

Based in Chennai, he acted and sang in Tamil plays such as Hariśchandra, Tārā Sasaukam, Ramayanam, and Kāmesara Rasikā in the 1900s. He sang a few ...

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Abal Svara

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A weak svara in vocal or instrumental music, for example, Ga in rāga Kedār appears feeble in the avaroha. It is completely omitted from the āroha. Durbal and nirbal are synonyms of Abal.

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Abanīndra Mōhan Gangopādhyāy

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(b. ?; d. ?)

Early 20th-cent. tabla player of Kolkata. A disciple of Ata Hussain, he was among the regular accompanists of Asadullah Khan (sarod) in Kolkata.

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Ābā-sāheb Muzumdār

Overview page. Subjects: Indian Music.

(b. ?, 1 Feb. 1886; d. Pune, Maharashtra, 16 Sept. 1973) Music archivist and patron.

His real name was Shridhar Pandurang Prabhune.

He was both a keen student and a ...

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Abban Khan

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(b. Saharanpur, Uttar Pradesh, ?; d. Saharanpur, 1922) Dhrupad vocalist.

His guru was his maternal uncle Behram Khan Dagar (c. 1800–1887). Abban Khan was much respected for his...

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Abbāsuddin Ahmed

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(b. ?; d. ?) Singer of folk music of North and East Bengal.

Bhāṭiāli and bhāvaiā were his favourite types of music. Abbasuddin, Sachin Dev Burman, and Girin Chakraborty are ...

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Abdul Aziz Khan

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(Vocal) (b. ?; d. Mumbai, 1940) Durbar musician of Dharampur, a princely state in South Gujarat.

His tenure in the royal durbar was for about 10 years from 1928, during ...

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Abdul Aziz Khan

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(Vichitra Veeṇā) (b. Bithur, near Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh, c. 1875; d. ?, 1946)

He was trained in sārangi by his father Alladiya Khan Biturwale (not to be confused with vocalist...

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