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The Art of The Indian Tabla
The Art of The Indian Tabla
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From The Book
Srdjan Beronja was born in the city of Novi Sad, Serbia on 2 July 1976. in his early childhood he composed and sang his own songs, performed with the school choir and got interested in the sound of the darabuka. Till the age of twenty-three, he played the darabuka, drum kit and other percussion instruments with various music groups and was engaged in composing as well as studio recordings. After the bombing of Serbia in 1999, he decided to explore the world of percussions in the cultures – the middle-eastern darabuka and Indian tabla in particular.

In 2001, he studied the Indian tabla in Varanasi under his respected teacher Vikas Tripathi along with Kailash Nath Mishra (son of Pt. Samta Prasad) and in 2003, he earned a Diploma in Classical Indian Tabla. In order to extend his knowledge about the music and culture of the Indus Valley Civilisation, he travelled to neighbouring Pakistan, where he met with the musicians of the ‘Darbar Data Ganj Bhakhsh’ in Lahore and visited the ancient cities of Harappa and Mohenjodaro.

Srdjan Beronja travelled thousand of kilometers through the Indian subcontinent, the Balkans and the Middle East, where he researched on musical instruments, various forms of music and the culture of three regions. His work includes concerts, performances, presentation of music and culture, writings and teaching the tabla.

Back of The Book
The Art of the Indian Tabla is a result of the author’s seven years of experience and passion for the tabla. Offering an artistic as well as practical perspective on the instrument, it is a must have for the tabla enthusiast.

The section range from general knowledge about Indian music, percussion instruments and sound to Vedic theory of Indian rhythms, the manufacture, maintenance and tuning techniques of the tabla.

Last but not the least, a carefully selected list of bols in an easy-to-read format with specific fonts and spacing makes this book a comprehensive read for music lovers.

Srdjan Beronja is a Serbia percussionist who plays the darabuka and is a follower of the Varanasi Gharana style of the Indian tabla. His work includes concerts, teaching the tabla, writing on, as well as the presentation, of music and culture of various regions.

Contents

Introduction
The Sound of the Universe3
Indian Music13
Indian Percussion Instruments42
The Indian Tabla
History of the Indian Tabla53
Parts of the Tabla68
Manufacturing the Tabla78
Tuning Techniques, Repairing Methods and Maintenance of the Tabla 103
The Theory of Indian Rhythm119
Playing the Tabla141
List of Bols
Instructions and Notes for the List of Bols166
List of Bols171

The Art of The Indian Tabla

Item Code:
IDL010
Cover:
Paperback
Edition:
2008
ISBN:
9788129114310
Size:
8.6” X 5.6”
Pages:
310
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Weight of the Book: 310 gms
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From The Book
Srdjan Beronja was born in the city of Novi Sad, Serbia on 2 July 1976. in his early childhood he composed and sang his own songs, performed with the school choir and got interested in the sound of the darabuka. Till the age of twenty-three, he played the darabuka, drum kit and other percussion instruments with various music groups and was engaged in composing as well as studio recordings. After the bombing of Serbia in 1999, he decided to explore the world of percussions in the cultures – the middle-eastern darabuka and Indian tabla in particular.

In 2001, he studied the Indian tabla in Varanasi under his respected teacher Vikas Tripathi along with Kailash Nath Mishra (son of Pt. Samta Prasad) and in 2003, he earned a Diploma in Classical Indian Tabla. In order to extend his knowledge about the music and culture of the Indus Valley Civilisation, he travelled to neighbouring Pakistan, where he met with the musicians of the ‘Darbar Data Ganj Bhakhsh’ in Lahore and visited the ancient cities of Harappa and Mohenjodaro.

Srdjan Beronja travelled thousand of kilometers through the Indian subcontinent, the Balkans and the Middle East, where he researched on musical instruments, various forms of music and the culture of three regions. His work includes concerts, performances, presentation of music and culture, writings and teaching the tabla.

Back of The Book
The Art of the Indian Tabla is a result of the author’s seven years of experience and passion for the tabla. Offering an artistic as well as practical perspective on the instrument, it is a must have for the tabla enthusiast.

The section range from general knowledge about Indian music, percussion instruments and sound to Vedic theory of Indian rhythms, the manufacture, maintenance and tuning techniques of the tabla.

Last but not the least, a carefully selected list of bols in an easy-to-read format with specific fonts and spacing makes this book a comprehensive read for music lovers.

Srdjan Beronja is a Serbia percussionist who plays the darabuka and is a follower of the Varanasi Gharana style of the Indian tabla. His work includes concerts, teaching the tabla, writing on, as well as the presentation, of music and culture of various regions.

Contents

Introduction
The Sound of the Universe3
Indian Music13
Indian Percussion Instruments42
The Indian Tabla
History of the Indian Tabla53
Parts of the Tabla68
Manufacturing the Tabla78
Tuning Techniques, Repairing Methods and Maintenance of the Tabla 103
The Theory of Indian Rhythm119
Playing the Tabla141
List of Bols
Instructions and Notes for the List of Bols166
List of Bols171

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