- Bada Khayal
- Barabari Tempo
The Khaya-composition in Hindustani vocal music charac terized by a relatively slow tempo and, hence, conducive to expan sive melodic elaborations.
Sections of elaborations in rhythm-music mainly created by changes in dynamics and accentuation of their respective sound-syllables.
A common term for a musical composition, though sometimes confined incorrectly to melodic music, especially of the art category.
A type of thumri set to teentala and designed to be used in dance-performances.
Refers to the four basic styles of singing/rendering dhrupad, mainly from the repertoire of vocal art music.
which is in equal measure to the tala in progression.
A genre of vocal devotional music also presented from the concert-stage.
A section of a composition containing salutation to the deity, guru, etc.
Units of meaningful as well as meaningless sound-syllables used to elaborate musical ideas.