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Gaines Gandharba - Nepal (CD)

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  1. The Nepali Sarangi (Nepali: नेपाली सारङ्गी) is a Nepali folk is a chordophone played by bowing. Traditionally in Nepal, the Sarangi was only played by people of Gandharba or Gaine caste (both contested and interchangeable terms), who sing narrative tales and folk song, however, in present days, its popularity extends beyond the Gandharba community and is.
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  3. Over three hours of music! In Tibet and Nepal, countries on the "Roof of the World," music is a means of expressing feelings: joy, sadness, love, and nostalgia.5/5(1).
  4. Gaines refers to the occupational Nepali musician caste - the Gandharvas. They are wandering minstrel singers and are recognised by their sarangi; an instrument played exclusively by that caste. for the numerous isolated communities across the mountains of Nepal Traditionally the Gaines functioned as a source of infotainment for the numerous isolate communities.
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  6. Gaines Gandharba* Nepal ‎ (CD, Comp) Galaxy Music: Netherlands: Sell This Version: Ella Fitzgerald: La Diva Du Jazz.
  7. OCLC Number: Notes: Compact disc. Performer(s): Nyingmapa Monks. Description: 3 audio discs: digital ; 4 3/4 in. Contents: Rituel of Dharmapalas Protectors of the dharma ; Dol-chok-tirual of the venerable green tara (Nyingmapa Monks and Nuns of Wishfulfilling Center Monastery, Katmandu, Nepal) --Kanchi mathyang tyang ; Sim sime panima ; Godhuli saajha ; Wa mya wa wa ; Sani sani ye.
  8. 'Gandharba ka Saathiharu', a Kathmandu-based community of journalists and musicians, have come together to promote the music of the gaines, Nepal's travelling minstrels. In the caste system of cable and FM, this sublime music played to the wail of sarangi .

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