After independence there was spurt in research work on Indian Classical music. Nevertheless, there was also a great need for compilation of research work done in the various fields of music. "Glimpses on Indian Musicology" is in consonance with this need. The book contains the works of about 71 prominent and moderately prominent musicologists. In order to give credit to each and every contributor, their biographies and the list of their publications are included in this treatise. It also contains critical appreciation of the work. These musicologists have written on different aspects of Hindustani Classical music. Some have done pioneering work in collecting and editing scattered work, while others have opened up new vistas fir research.
Prof. S.K. Saxena, a renowned musicologist, has exclusively worked on the aesthetical aspect of the music. Another renowned music devotee Shri Ashok D. Ranadey is a person who has written on music, drama, theatre, folk art, film, and music indology which shows his deep inside and clear concept on these subjects. Another scholar R.C-Mehta has edited about 11 books on different aspects of music and prepared a directory of music research. Dr. Prem Lata Sharma was well known for her translation, compilation and editing work of books on music. Likewise, there are many who find a suitable place in this book. The writer is confident that this book will be very useful for students, teachers, researchers, and musicologists.
Details of book :-
- Hardcover: 312 pages
- Publisher: Sanjay Prakashan (2008)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 8174532927
- ISBN-13: 978-8174532923