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The inherent vowel is written for words occurring in song texts, but not otherwise, except in word-end conjuncts such as Certain words are written in conventional sanskritised form; for example, viraha and rasa are transliterated with the inherent vowel. When secondary sources are quoted, the system used by the writer is adhered to in the quotation. Indian names have been given in established Roman spellings without diacritical marks. Foreign words are italicised at first appearance only, and subsequently occur in roman with diacritical marks.

If used more than once, and if their meaning is relevant, such words are included in the Glossary. Fonts used are Jaisalmer for Devanagari, and Taj for the Roman script.

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    Plate 1 Europeans being entertained dancers and musicians in a splendid Indian house in Calcutta during Durga puja. Illustrated by William Prinsep — The entertainments advertised are a snake charmer, wrestling, a nautch girl, afternoon tea and an Anglo Hungarian band. By Henry Evanion. By Edward B. Eastwick ed. Plate 5 Portrait of a dancing girl in a white sari with a red border seated on a Western-style sofa on a terrace.

    Plate 6 Two dancing girls. Plate 7 Courtesan seated on a chair smoking a hookah. All three genres have been the subject of major studies. Dhrupad has been the focus of a musicological work by Indurama Srivastava , which only briefly discusses the texts of the genre. Both authors are primarily concerned with the poetical i.

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    The dynamic relationship between performance and text has not been discussed in these studies. Shatrughna Shukla and Peter Manuel These works are, again, primarily musicological, although they include chapters on the linguistic aspect of compositions. Although the present work contextualises the lyrics in their performance setting, it is primarily a textual analysis in which musical observations are based on existing studies, augmented by my own experiences as a student of Hindustani vocal music. The texts tend to be concise, using limited vocabulary primarily The predominant mood of the texts drawn from the literary Hindi dialect Braj is romantic.

    They usually describe formulaic situations in a Krishnaite idiom. The combination of this idiom with the romantic mood has led to an increased perception of as an essentially devotional genre. It is a testament to integrity as an art form that in spite of its original context it has survived the transition to modernity. In the process, its meaning has been changed, its tradition has been reinvented and its history has been denied.

    The aim of this and to contextualise them book is to appraise the language and texts of against a backdrop of the changing scenery of North Indian music culture in the twentieth century. Context is not an ancient form. Short phrases are repeated many times, with a view to emphasising a different shade of emotional meaning the texts ideally with each repetition.