The primary objective of the SMT Analysis of World Music Interest Group is to provide a unique interdisciplinary platform from which to explore the panoply of global musical traditions, both past and present, that lie outside the purview of Western art music from the broadest possible array of theoretical, cultural, historical and analytical perspectives. This group is allied with the SEM Special Interest Group on Analysis of World Music and the organization Analytical Approaches to World Music (AAWM).

Songs of the India independence movement in the Carnatic music tradition

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      Arun Luthra

      Hello, Everyone–

      My video file is too large to attach to this post, so here is the link to my social media post:

      Can anyone point me in the direction of recordings, oral histories, writing, etc. on the type of songs which V. Sriram is talking about in this interview?  The video is an excerpt of Soumik Datta’s B.B.C. documentary series “Rhythms of India”. I am beyond curious and excited to learn about the intersection between Carnatic music & India’s independence movement. If you have information or know someone who does, please get in touch!

      ~Arun Luthra | अरुण लूथरा | ਅਰੁਣ ਲੂਥਰਾ  (he/him/his)

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