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"Mridanga" is a musical album of Mayapuris.
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by Khomdan Singh Lisam
Pung or Manipuri Mridanga is the heart and soul of Classical Manipuri dance. Without Pung or Manipuri Mridanga, no Manipuri Sankritana ceremony or no social and devotional ceremonies is possible. Pung Cholom is ...
by Christine Ammer
The mridanga is widely used in southern India, and occasionally also in the north . m.s. An abbreviation for mano sinistra (“left hand”), used in keyboard music as a direction to play a note or passage with the left hand. multimedia See MIXED ...
Encyclopedia of Percussion (2013)
by John H. Beck
Pakhawaj north Indian clay mridanga. Pakistan tree bells cupshaped bells mounted ona singlerod and played with abrass mallet. Also known as bell tree. Pakuda stamping board of the Andaman Islands that consistsof a carved board, pointed ...
Moxa, moksha : Liberation Mridanga : A type of drum. Mrityunjaya : Shiva as conqueror of death. Mu : A negative prefix, somewhat equivalent to "non," "un," or "in." A classical riddle since Master Joshu used it in response to the koan "Does a ...
by Merriam-Webster, Inc
Vietcong ong3 \aо\ see ung1 ong4 \ùng\ see ung2 onga \än-ga\ conga, panga, tonga, Tonga Kananga, mridanga Alba Longa, Zamboanga Bucaramanga onge \ anj\ see unge onged \órjd\ pronged, thonged multipronged — also -ed forms of ...
by Bruno Nettl, Ruth M. Stone, James Porter, Timothy Rice
Its opposite, mridanga, named for the barrel-shaped drum mri- dangam, is wider in the middle than at the ends. Two other shapes, all-the-same (sama) and random (visama), complete the six possibilities Karnatak musicians use. Rhythmic ...
An Encyclopedia of Life in the Republic by Arnold P. Kaminsky, Roger D. Long Ph.D.
mridanga (a drum), flute, and violin. The aharya for a female dancer consists of long pants attached to fanlike pleats ...
Translations, Descriptions, and Photographs of Percussion Instruments from Around the World by Joseph Adato, George Judy
mridanga A South Indian two headed wooden drum. The heads are held in place by hoops that are laced together by leather straps. The head on the right side has three layers of skin with a black paste in the center that gives ...
by Merriam-Webster, Inc
cask 5 taber, tabla, tabor 6 ata- bal, barrel, enlist, gather, summon, labour, tom-tom, tymbal, tympan 7 canvass, solicit, taboret, taborin, tympani 8 cylinder, taborine, ta- bourer, tabouret, tympanum Arab: 6 atabal Indian: 8 mridanga large: 4 ...
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