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shyam

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If you visit thie site of Jim Feist, http://www.classicaltabla.com at the top of the page by "new" there is a link to what he calls tirakitadinadina Rela. what is this bol? he never plays it in slow so i can't figure it out.There has to be more than just tirakita and dinadina.
also what exactly is the "Panjab school" is it the style of those players from "Panjab" or the style of Ustad Allah Raka who lived most of his life in Bombay.
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Aanaddha

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also what exactly is the "Panjab school" is it the style of those players from "Panjab" or the style of Ustad Allah Raka who lived most of his life in Bombay?
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"The tabla solo repertoire of Pakistani Panjab: An ethnomusicological perspective."
by Lybarger, Lowell Hartshorne. NQ84803

Available from: http://wwwlib.umi.com/dxweb/

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If he could sing, and nature to accompany him, what need would he have for an instrument?
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shyam

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Thanks Aanadha had no idea about this. i can't wait to get it
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To shed a little more light, Alla Rakha studied tabla in Lahore, Pakistan, but then moved to Bombay to work in the film music industry. That's the reason for this discrepency between his home and playing style.
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shyam

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just picked up lybargers thesis. it is a wonderful work.
congrats to him and thanks aanadha for letting me know about it
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