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Sunday, April 27, 2014

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Review of Characteristics of Garhwali Folk Drama, Folk Theater/Rituals and Traditional Plays part -144
                  गढ़वाली लोक नाटकों के वाद्य यंत्र
                             
                     Bhishma Kukreti (लोक साहित्य शोधार्थी)

       Flute/Bansuri an Aero Phonic Folk Musical Instrument of Garhwal Folk Dramas

               Flute is an oldest musical instrument of Garhwal and a Garhwali village without flute is beyond imagination.
          In many Garhwali folk songs, there are heroes who are flute playing expert too as Jeetu Bagdwal.
     Usually, flute is made by a bamboo piece (pipe) ranging from 20-30 centimeters with a diameter of 1 to centimeter. The Bamboo piece is cut near the node. There are 6-7 holes on flute at one side. The holes are always equal in size and round. One hole is meant for blowing air into pipe and other holes are for changing the tone by releasing the air. The distance between first hole and second whole is around 3 cms and distance between other holes is 1 to 1.5 cm. The lower around 10 cm portion of pipe is without holes The flute player released air by mouth from node hole and controls the release of air by finger that provides different pitch.
 There are flutes of metal too.



Copyright@ Bhishma Kukreti 25/4/2014

Characteristics of Garhwali Folk Drama, Community Dramas; Folk Theater/Rituals and Traditional to be continued in next chapter
                 References
1-Bharat Natyashastra
2-Steve Tillis, 1999, Rethinking Folk Drama
3-Roger Abrahams, 1972, Folk Dramas in Folklore and Folk life 
4-Tekla Domotor , Folk drama as defined in Folklore and Theatrical Research
5-Kathyrn Hansen, 1991, Grounds for Play: The Nautanki Theater of North India
6-Devi Lal Samar, Lokdharmi Pradarshankari Kalayen 
7-Dr Shiv Prasad Dabral, Uttarakhand ka Itihas part 1-12
8-Dr Shiva Nand Nautiyal, Garhwal ke Loknritya geet
9-Jeremy Montagu, 2007, Origins and Development of Musical Instruments
10-Gayle Kassing, 2007, History of Dance: An Interactive Arts Approach
11- Bhishma Kukreti, 2013, Garhwali Lok Natkon ke Mukhya Tatva va Charitra, Shailvani, Kotdwara
12- Bhishma Kukreti, 2007, Garhwali Lok Swangun ma rasa ar Bhav , Chithipatri
13-Manorama Sharma, Tribal Melodies of Himachal Pradesh: Gaddi Folk Music
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Flute/Bansuri an Aero Phonic Folk Musical Instrument in Garhwali Folk Drama, Folk Rituals, Community Theaters and Traditional Plays;  Flute/Bansuri an Aero Phonic Folk Musical Instrument in Garhwali Folk Drama, Folk Rituals, Community Theaters and Traditional Plays from Chamoli Garhwal, North India, South Asia; Flute/Bansuri an Aero Phonic Folk Musical Instrument in Garhwali Folk Drama, Folk Rituals, Community Theaters and Traditional Plays from Rudraprayag Garhwal, North India, South Asia;  Flute/Bansuri an Aero Phonic Folk Musical Instrument in Garhwali Folk Drama, Folk Rituals, Community Theaters and Traditional Plays from Pauri Garhwal, North India, South Asia; Flute/Bansuri an Aero Phonic Folk Musical Instrument in Garhwali Folk Drama, Folk Rituals, Community Theaters and Traditional Plays from Tehri Garhwal, North India, South Asia;  Flute/Bansuri an Aero Phonic Folk Musical Instrument in Garhwali Folk Drama, Folk Rituals, Community Theaters and Traditional Plays from Uttarkashi Garhwal, North India, South Asia;  Flute/Bansuri an Aero Phonic Folk Musical Instrument  in Garhwali Folk Drama, Folk Rituals, Community Theaters and Traditional Plays from Dehradun Garhwal, North India, South Asia; in Garhwali Folk Drama, Folk Rituals, Community Theaters and Traditional Plays from Haridwar Garhwal, North India, South Asia