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by Lol Henderson, Lee Stacey
However, some groups were playing bhangra at Punjabi events, and when the group Alaap released Teri Chunni de Tare in 1979 bhangra was reborn. Second — and third-generation young British Asians adapted the thumping beats of British ...
by Ashish Rajadhyaksha, Paul Willemen
precise rules for its elaboration from the formalist alaap (which includes no words and no external rhythmic accompaniment) to the faster and more ...
by Peter Childs, Michael Storry
Groups like Heera, Alaap and Chirag Pechan dominate the scene, but individuals such as Apache Indian, Bally Sagoo and Johnny Zee have also become well known and have had a major impact on the mainstream music scene. Exceptions ...
The Chambers Dictionary (1998)
alaap See alap. alabamine al-j-bam'en, n a name proposed for element number 85, now called astatine. [Alabama, where its discovery in nature was claimed] alabandine. See almandine. >/ alaband ite a ...
Being the Lives of Eminent Persons of All Times. With the Pronunciation of Every Name
Alaap, a'-lar, a Romish divine who wrote a reat number of theological pieces now little *nown or regarded.
Luxury Edition by Angus Stevenson, Maurice Waite
alaap > n. variant spelling of ALAP. Alabaman > n. a native or inhabitant of the US state of Alabama. > adj. relating to Alabama. alabaster /'alabo:sta, -basta, ,ala'bozsta, -'basta/ > n. 1 a translucent form of gypsum, ...
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