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History of Cultural Music | Bipu Shrestha | TEDxIOE Pulchowk

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History of Cultural Music | Bipu Shrestha | TEDxIOE Pulchowk
  • The speaker expresses their pride and gratitude for being born in Nepal, a land rich in ancient musical traditions.
  • They introduce the key rhythmic instrument in Nepali music, the keya, which is used in various traditional dances and serves as a solo instrument.
  • The speaker highlights the significance of taal (rhythm) in Nepali music, particularly the concept of "gula" or "gu," which involves variations in time signatures and cycles within a single sound or verse.
  • They mention the existence of different types of compositions in Nepali music, including seasonal, romantic, and life-explaining compositions based on different ragas (melodic modes).
  • The speaker emphasizes the importance of ragas in Nepali music, each with its own unique melodic patterns and colors.
  • They introduce a specific composition called "Machindra Noa Gula" based on the raga "Kulha," which describes the supremacy of Machindra Nath and seeks compassion, peace, and liberation for humanity.
  • The speaker suggests that the composer of this song might be King Narendra Dev, based on the mention of his name in the last verse, a tradition in Nepali music.
  • They perform the ancient and divine melody of "Machindra Noa Gula" on various traditional instruments, including the keya, baja, and jhyaali.
  • The speaker emphasizes the importance of preserving and promoting Nepali music and encourages everyone to enjoy and participate in its rhythms.

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