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Aanaddha

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Prof. Ashok Ranade -- "Dhrupad represents the precomposed tendency in Hindustani music"
http://swaratala.blogspot.com/2007/04/ashok-ranade-dhrupad-represents.html
"In my opinion, it is not proper or valid to associate the word "origin" with the emergence of any musical form. Musical forms are a cumulative result, a progressive crystallization, of certain tendencies, and this process takes generations, even centuries. Therefore, the specific attribution of origination to an individual, or a period in history, is untenable..."

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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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