By T. M. Krishna
T.M. Krishna starts his sweeping exploration of the culture of Karnatik tune with a basic query: what's track?
Taking not anything with no consideration and addressing readers from around the spectrum - musicians, musicologists in addition to laypeople - Krishna offers a path-breaking evaluation of South Indian classical music.
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