Musicians of India: Past and Present : Gharanas of Hindustani Music and Genealogies
The Work Centres Around The Gharana System Of Development Of Indian Music. Provides A Brief History Of Historical Development. 5 Chapters. Glossary. Bibliography. Index.
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