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Santal Music by Onkar Prasad (b. 1948). Published by Inter-Media Publications, New Delhi, 1985.

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Specific information on the Santal-music connection of “repel-poet-composer” Nazrul Islam is given in the following work (p. 207): 

Music of Eastern India by Sukumar Ray (b. 1912). Published by Firma K.L. Mukhopadhyay, Calcutta, 1973.

To locate a library copy near you, type “Music of Eastern India by Sukumar Ray” in the above search window.

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