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Video | A free spirit devoted to the Huka Banam (bowed fiddle) and Murli (flute): An interview with Santal musician Nunulal Marndi by Daricha Foundation – West Bengal

Uploaded on Mar 1, 2016 An expert in the Huka Banam and Murli, Nunulal Marndi is a talented musician who lives life by his own rules. Nunulal Marndi is a free spirited, self taught Santal musician who plays strictly for … Continue reading

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Slideshow | “Cadence and Counterpoint: Documenting Santal Musical Traditions” – A virtual exhibition on Google Cultural Institute

To view the actual slideshow, watch a video on Santal puppetry, listen to a rare 1914 recording and read the full story, click here >> The Santals are known for their rich seren-enec, or song dance traditions. Music, dance, song and poetry … Continue reading

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Cadence and Counterpoint, Documenting Santal Musical Traditions: An exhibition and publication “conferring upon ethnic and tribal art recognition and dignity” – New Delhi

SHAILAJA TRIPATHI, The Hindu, April 23, 2015 “An extensive exhibition of Santhal music explores the changing face of the distinct tradition and why we need to restore it to its original form” | Full article and images >> The exhibition at … Continue reading

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Slideshow and Introduction | “Cadence and Counterpoint: Documenting Santal Musical Traditions”: National Museum – New Delhi

Photos and information courtesy Dr. Ruchira Ghose and Project Management Unit, National Museum © 2015 Cadence and Counterpoint: Documenting Santal Musical Traditions On view at the National Museum from 15 April till 17 May 2015 Exhibition catalogue of the same title by Dr. Ruchira … Continue reading

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Slideshow | Santal musical traditions at the National Museum – New Delhi

Photos: courtesy Dr. Ivy Hansdak © 2015 SHAILAJA TRIPATHI, The Hindu, April 23, 2015 An extensive exhibition of Santhal music explores the changing face of the distinct tradition and why we need to restore it to its original form […] … Continue reading

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