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Test Booklet No.

PAPERIII

MUSIC

Number of Pages in this Booklet : 40

[Maximum Marks : 200

Number of Questions in this Booklet : 26

Instructions for the Candidates

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2. Answers to short answer/essay type questions are


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or after the questions in the Test Booklet itself.

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questions in the booklet with the information
printed on the cover page. Faulty booklets due
to pages/questions missing or duplicate or not
in serial order or any other discrepancy should
be got replaced immediately by a correct booklet
from the invigilator within the period of 5
minutes. Afterwards, neither the question
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invigilators at the end of the examination
compulsorily and must not carry it with you outside
the Examination Hall.

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9. Use of any calculator or log table etc. is prohibited.

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NOTE :

This paper is of two hundred (200) marks containing four (4) sections.
Candidates are required to attempt the questions contained in these sections
according to the detailed instructions given therein.

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Note :

This section contains five (5) questions based on the following


paragraph. Each question should be answered in about thirty (30)
words and each carries five (5) marks.
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The folk songs of people are an invaluable and ever memorable chapter in
their history. Like the ancient manuscripts, specimens of pottery and other
archaeological relics of an ancient civilization preserved intact in their correct
form, go a long way in representing before us the religious, social, economic and
cultural life, the customs and manners, the thoughts and emotions, may, the very
basic principles which protected, preserved and maintained the worldly existence,
of people. The study of the folklore of people is therefore important enough for
all students of History, but it is all the more important for a student of Music. All
Music, may it be religious, classical, popular, theatrical or festive, owes its origin
to the folklore. ... The points that go to make folk music so interesting are (i) its
simplicity of form, (ii) its reference to the every day life of the country-man,
(iii) its poetic content and (iv) its regular and simple rhythm.

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What are the salient features of folk music ?


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Why should folk music be given importance in life ?


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Folk songs are ancient manuals (manuscripts), how ?


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What is the relation between folk and classic music ?


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Why the rhythm in folk music is simple ?


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Note :

This section contains fifteen (15) questions each to be answered in


about thirty (30) words. Each question carries five (5) marks.
(5x15=75 marks)

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6.

What is meant by musical sound ? Give its characteristics in short.


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Compare and contrast Hindustani and Karnataka TAAL system.


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Describe MARGI-TAALAS.
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Write in NOTATION JHAP-TAAL in AAD, and QUAD Laya.


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Throw light on Interrelationship between folk and classical music.


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Write whatever you know about Ravindra Sangeet.


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Enumerate TAAL - DASH PRANAS and describe each one in short.


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Describe in short BANIES of DHRUPAD.


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Name any five authentic writers (music) of modern period with a brief description of
their books.
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15.

Describe in short any two of the following :


JAATI-GAYAN, DHRUPAD, TILLANA, KRITI
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Write about the contribution of any two of the following :


KCD BRAHASPATI, B.C. DEVA, LALMANI MISHRA, ONKARNATH THAKUR
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Describe RAS-NISHPATTI according to BHARAT.


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Clarify the placement of SHUDDHA SWARAS according to SRINIWAS.


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19.

Trace the history of chorus/orchestra.


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Write your own views on the possibilities of research in Music.


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Note :

This section contains five (5) questions from each of the electives /
specialisations. The candidate has to choose only one elective /
specialisation and answer all the five questions from it. Each question
carries twelve (12) marks and is to be answered in about two hundred
(200) words.
(12x5=60 marks)

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HINDUSTANI MUSIC - VOCAL AND INSTRUMENTAL

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What are the new areas of research in Indian music ? Discuss them.
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Explain the interrelationship of classical music and folk music.


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Give your aesthetic appreciation about the synthesis of lyrics and melody in musical
composition.
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24.

Discuss the factors involved in the formation of Gharana and write the specialities of
Gwalior Gharana.
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What do you understand by appreciation and criticism in Fine Art ? Explain how this
is done in Hindustani music ?
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KARNATAKA MUSIC - VOCAL, INSTRUMENTAL AND PERCUSSION

21.

Write a note on the importance of Pat.ha- ntara.


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The importance of Ka- laprama- na in Abhya-sa Gana for a vocalist - Analyse.


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Write a note on Temple Music.


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Critically comment on the use of Electronic Musical Instruments.


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25.

The role of Music Sabhas in propagating classical music - Analyse.


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How much inspiration Tagore got from his family environment related to music ?
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Do you believe that Tagore has added a third dimension in Indian music - Comment.
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What are the basic influence of western music in Tagores composition ?


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How much Tagore influenced his contemporary music creators ? Elaborate.


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Do you believe Tagores music is most liked by common people because of its exceptional
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PERCUSSION INSTRUMENT

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21.

Define Laya and explain Layakaries.


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Express your opinion on Ten Pranas of Tala.


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Describe the aesthetic aspect of Tabla solo.


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Explaining the difference between Tihai and Chakradar, compose a Farmaishi and
a Kamali in Jhaptal.
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Describe the importance of Tabla/Pakhwaj.


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SECTION - IV

IV
Note :

This section consists of one essay type question of forty (40) marks to
be answered in about one thousand (1000) words on any of the
following topics. This question carries 40 marks.
(40x1=40 marks)

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Importance of textual evidence and oral tradition in Music and their interrelationship.
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Relevance of electronic music instruments.
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Ways and means for making Indian Classical Music more popular.
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