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Indian folk music (Hindi: भारतीय लोक संगीत) is diverse because of India's vast cultural diversity. It has many forms including bhangra, lavani, dandiya, Sufi folk rock, and Rajasthani. Andhra Pradesh: Madiga Dappu, Mala Jamidika. Assam: Bihugeet, Tokarigeet, Kamrupi Lokgeet, Goalparia Lokogeet. Chhattisgarh: Pandavani. West Bengal: Bahula, batiyali, Kirtan, Nepali Lok Geet (North Bengal). Gujarat: Garba, Doha. Karnataka: Bhavageete.

Artist: VA Title: India: North Indian Folk Music Year Of Release: 1991 Label: Unesco/Auvidis Genre: World, Folk Quality: FLAC (tracks+. There is not a single aspect of life which does not have its music, writes Manfred M. Junius is the liner notes of this album. Junius, a lifelong student of Indian classical music and musicology, was commissioned by the International Institute for Comparative Music Studies and Documentation to provide recorded material for this UNESCO series.

Mentioned below are folk music of various Indian states. This folk music is performed in Assam during the famous Bihu festival. The music is usually accompanied by a dance performance; it is performed thrice a year. Bihugeet is one of the most famous folk songs of Assam and is also popular across some parts of north-eastern India. The song is usually performed by young boys and girls and represents the joyous nature of the Assamese. Like many folk songs of India, this folk music too was used by the aboriginal people during the farming and harvesting season. Hence Naatupura Paadalgal eventually became a way of life to many living in the state. Even today, this musical form can be heard in every nook and corner of Tamil Nadu.

The classical music of North India (Hindustani music) has roots in Persian Musiqi-e assil folk music, Sufi songs, Vedic chants, and the region’s own folk traditions. Although it is primarily a vocal-based music, the classical Hindustani music on this album is played on a variety of traditional instruments. The tracks in this collection present three different ragas (the raga is an Indian classical music song structure). The first piece, Desh, an evening raga, is performed on sitar, tabla drum, and tanpura, a lute-type drone instrument

The vocal music theme continues into the first two ragas of the second disc, with singers Lakshmi Shankar and Siddheshwari Devi, followed by two selections featuring vina (once dubbed the "stick zither") and sarangi (India's main bowed string instrument) musicians Sabri Khan and Asad Ali Khan, respectively. The string instruments are not solo, however, but accompanied by tabla and pakhavaj. There is a short pakhavaj solo piece, followed by two tabla solos that close the second volume of North Indian Classical Music

Some instruments are used primarily in north Indian music (Hindustani sangeet), some are used in the south Indian music (Carnatic sangeet), while others are found in folk music. Instrumental music is usually similar to vocal music but sometimes there are distinctive instrumental styles. There is a traditional system for the classification of instruments. This is one of the oldest classes of instruments in India. This class is based upon percussive instruments which do not have membranes, specifically those which have solid resonators. This class of instrument is characterised by the use of air to excite the various resonators.


Dhun On The Shahnai
Bihar Province
Flute And Mandar
Sitting Sadly In The Forest Of Chitrakute
Religious Music
Sufi Song


Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
3 C064-17859, 3C 064-17859 Various India - North Indian Folk Music ‎(LP, Album) Odeon, EMI, Odeon, EMI 3 C064-17859, 3C 064-17859 Italy 1973
D 58033 Various India (North Indian Folk Music) = Inde (Musique Populaire De L'Inde Du Nord) ‎(Cass, Album, RE) Auvidis D 58033 France 1991
D 8033 Various India - North Indian Folk Music = Musique Populaire De L'Inde Du Nord ‎(CD, Album, RE) Auvidis D 8033 France Unknown
D 8033 Various India - North Indian Folk Music = Musique Populaire De L'Inde Du Nord ‎(CD, Album, RE) Auvidis, Naïve D 8033 France Unknown
Various - India - North Indian Folk Music FLAC album
India - North Indian Folk Music
FLAC size:
1251 mb
MP3 size:
1717 mb
WMA size:
1267 mb
Field Recording, Folk
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