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Indian Music Week! Yogi Trivedi on Some Principles of Hindustani Music

The ARChive of Contemporary Music&The Center for Ethnomusicology
at Columbia University present:

Some Principles of Hindustani Music
A lecture by:
Yogi Trivedi
(Dept. of Religion, Columbia University)

In celebration of India Music Week 2013!

This lecture was delivered to the Columbia University course:  Music V3321y "Musics of South&West Asia"

For more on India Music Week see:
http://indiamusicweek.org
http://indiamusicweek.wordpress.com

Lecture text Copyright and All Rights Reserved by Y. Trivedi 2013

Yogi Trivedi is a doctoral student in the Department of Religion at Columbia University, and the Teaching Assistant for the course "Musics of South and West Asia," in Columbia's Music Department for Fall 2013.  

Yogi is a trained Hindustani classical, devotional, and folk singer.  He has performed at various venues around the world, including the Continental Airlines Arena, Carnegie Hall, and Alexander Palace.

His research focuses on the expressions of Bhakti or the devotional strand of Hinduism through music in Early Modern Gujarat, India.  He works primarily with the bhakti-poetry of the Swaminarayan Sampraday. His background as a broadcast journalist also allows him to assist in teaching courses at the Columbia Graduate School of Journalism.

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