dhrupad nom masculin Style de chant hindoustani de caractère sobre, grave et solennel.

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  • Dhrupad — (Sanskrit ध्रुपद) ist in der klassischen indischen Musik der strengste Gesangsstil der hindustanischen Musik. Der Begriff ist abgekürzt von dhruva pada, wobei dhruva „feste Form“, eine genau festgelegte Komposition in einem bestimmten Modus und… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Dhrupad — Hindustani Classical Music Concepts Shruti · Swara · Alankar · Raga Tala · Gharana · Thaat Instruments Indian musical instruments …   Wikipedia

  • Dhrupad — Le dhrupad (abréviation populaire de dhruva pāda). dhruva signifie fixe, pemanent comme l etoile polaire dhruv star en anglais, et pada est le texte poetique. Le style classique, dhrupad, se développa sous l’impulsion de Râjâ Mân Singh (1486… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • dhrupad — ▪ Indian music       in Hindustani music, ancient vocal musical form in four parts preceded by extensive introductory improvisation (ālāpa) and expanded by rhythmic and melodic elaborations. It is related to the shorter, later kayāl, which has… …   Universalium

  • Dhrupad —    Considered the oldest and purest genre of Hindustani (North Indian) vocal composition, it sets two or four rhymed verses, usually on religious themes. A tāla from a specific set is used; any rāga may be used. The dhrupad is introduced by an… …   Historical dictionary of sacred music

  • dhrupad — /ˈdrupæd/ (say droohpad) noun a form of north Indian classical vocal music, typically in a slow tempo, which develops various parts of the raga. {Hindi dhrupad} …   Australian English dictionary

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  • Dhrupad Mathur — Dr. Dhrupad Mathur is an internet consultant for the UN and the government of India.[1][2] He was born and brought up in the state of Rajasthan, popularly known as the Land of Kings and Palaces in India. He did his schooling in Jodhpur, where his …   Wikipedia

  • Hindustani classical music — Concepts Sruti • Swara • Alankar • Raga • Tala • Thaat • Gharana Instruments melody: Vocals • Sitar • Sarod • Bansuri • Sarangi • …   Wikipedia

  • Ritwik Sanyal — Prof. Ritwik Sanyal is one of the virtuosos of the north Indian vocal classical style, Dhrupad and a professor and head of the Department of Vocal Music in the faculty of performing arts at Banaras Hindu University. He received training in this… …   Wikipedia