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contrast and Carnatic
In contrast to Carnatic music, Hindustani music was not only influenced by ancient Hindu musical traditions, Vedic philosophy and native Indian sounds but also by the Persian performance practices of the Afghan Mughals.
In contrast to Hindustani music, the main emphasis in Carnatic music is on vocal music ; most compositions are written to be sung, and even when played on instruments, they are meant to be performed in gāyaki ( singing ) style.
In contrast to Hindustani music of the northern part of India, Carnatic music is taught and learned through compositions, which encode many intricate musical details, also providing scope for free improvisation.

contrast and music
The audience, according to Edward Cushing, responded with " a demonstration of enthusiasm impressively genuine in contrast to the conventional applause which new music, good and bad, ordinarily arouses.
In contrast, in genres that mainly or exclusively use pizzicato ( plucking ), such as jazz and blues, a great deal of time and effort is focused on learning the varieties of different pizzicato styles used for music of different styles of tempi.
This is in contrast to the meter of most swing music, which has a 4 count basic rhythm.
In contrast to Connick's previous albums, this album is a collaboration with a record company producer, the multiple Grammy Award winning music executive Clive Davis.
She was also attracted to the music of more mainstream artists like Olivia Newton-John and The Police, perhaps explaining the contrast in her later music between sweet, melodic " pop " songs and more hard rock oriented material.
Brahms maintained a Classical sense of form and order in his works – in contrast to the opulence of the music of many of his contemporaries.
That was quite a contrast with the earlier recordings, as he had written and co-written the music for much of the band's early material.
In contrast to contemporaries such as Lester Bangs, Ian Penman and Nick Tosches, whose music writings are marked by idiosyncratic, self-referential and highly personal styles, Guralnick's writing is characterized by a colloquial approach that is clean and understated by comparison.
This was possible because of a greatly increased vocal range in music – in the Middle Ages, the narrow range made necessary frequent crossing of parts, thus requiring a greater contrast between them.
Beginning in Florence, there was an attempt to revive the dramatic and musical forms of Ancient Greece, through the means of monody, a form of declaimed music over a simple accompaniment ; a more extreme contrast with the preceding polyphonic style would be hard to find ; this was also, at least at the outset, a secular trend.
From their deliberately rustic appearance on the cover, to the songs and arrangements within, the album stood in contrast to other popular music of the day.
This was an eccentric, experimental project, in contrast to all other soundtracks, as the composer was allowed to convey general moods and themes, rather than having to write music to flow for specific scenes.
In contrast, the Music Department's emphasis on music for performance was comparatively long-term and continuing, particularly as income from recurring broadcasts or recordings came in, and as it continued to build its relationships with new and upcoming musicians.
Memphis is the home of founders and establishers of various American music genres, including Memphis soul, Memphis blues, gospel, rock n ' roll, Buck, crunk, and " sharecropper " country music ( in contrast to the " rhinestone " country sound of Nashville ).
His name fell into neglect during the 19th century, with Robert Schumann notoriously opining that " as a creative musician he remained very far behind his father "; in contrast, Johannes Brahms held him in high regard and edited some of his music.
( This would be in sharp contrast to his brother Walter, who would become a staunch champion of Liszt and Wagner's music.
This is in contrast to old-time music, in which all instruments play the melody together or one instrument carries the lead throughout while the others provide accompaniment.
In contrast to jazz " combos ," in which musical performances are largely improvised, big band music is primarily crafted in advance by an arranger.
By contrast, opera, fine art, books, poetry and classical music all receive extensive weekly coverage.
In contrast to London, the music played in the south west in generally reggae, fidget, breakbeat and hardtek.

contrast and other
In direct contrast to the other Rhode Island editors, Samuel S. Foss of the Woonsocket Patriot outwardly condemned the trial as being completely unfair.
We were to discover, in fact, that quite a number of people share with us the impression that, in contrast to other Soviet regions, Moscow's atmosphere is depressingly subdued and official.
This is in contrast to other types of writing systems, such as logographies, in which each character represents a word, morpheme or semantic unit, and syllabaries, in which each character represents a syllable.
The Proto-Sinatic or Proto Canaanite script and the Ugaritic script were the first scripts with limited number of signs, in contrast to the other widely used writing systems at the time, Cuneiform, Egyptian hieroglyphs, and Linear B.
Machiavelli goes on to reason that Agathocles ' success, in contrast to other criminal tyrants, was due to his ability to mitigate his crimes by limiting them to those that " are applied at one blow and are necessary to one's security, and that are not persisted in afterwards unless they can be turned to the advantage of the subjects ".
In contrast with other continents, it is marked by the comparatively small area of either very high or very low ground, lands under occupying an unusually small part of the surface ; while not only are the highest elevations inferior to those of Asia or South America, but the area of land over is also quite insignificant, being represented almost entirely by individual peaks and mountain ranges.
By the standards of 19th century tycoons, Carnegie was not a particularly ruthless man but a humanitarian with enough acquisitiveness to go in the ruthless pursuit of money ; on the other hand, the contrast between his life and the lives of many of his own workers and of the poor, in general, was stark.
In contrast, other, more systematic algorithms achieved, at least theoretically, completeness for first-order logic.
In contrast, other researchers point to the significantly higher risk of tardive dyskinesia and EPS with the typicals and for this reason alone recommend first-line treatment with the atypicals, notwithstanding a greater propensity for metabolic adverse effects in the latter.
Among the provinces, British Columbia has been distinguished by its strong liberal views ( in stark contrast to the other provinces west of Ontario ).
During the Financial crisis of 2007 – 2010, Bulgaria marked a decline in its economy of 5. 5 % in 2009, but quickly restored its positive growth to 0. 2 % in 2010, in contrast to other Balkan countries.
By contrast most of the party's seats were won either due to the absence of a candidate from one of the other parties or in rural areas on the " Celtic fringe ", where local evidence suggests that economic ideas were at best peripheral to the electorate's concerns.
In the most common usage, β strand refers to a single continuous stretch of amino acids adopting an extended conformation and involved in backbone hydrogen bonds to at least one other strand ; by contrast, a β sheet refers to an assembly of at least two such β strands that are hydrogen-bonded ( or H-bonded ) to each other.
In contrast, numerous other Arab states opposed the Libyan actions, and expressed their desire to see the dispute over the Aozou Strip settled peacefully.
In contrast, there is convergent evolution with other groups not related due to ecological or physical drivers toward a similar solution, including analogous structures.
Its unique relief carvings have a naive dynamic quality that contrast with the rigidity of the figures typical of some other periods.
In contrast, most other alkaline halides adopt the sodium chloride ( NaCl ) structure.
Claudius has been portrayed in film on several other occasions, including in the 1979 motion picture Caligula, the role being performed by Giancarlo Badessi in which the character was depicted as an idiot, in contrast to Robert Graves ' portrait of Claudius as a cunning and deeply intelligent man who is perceived by others to be an idiot.
There is no widespread use of fresh herbs in Cantonese cooking, in contrast with their liberal use in other cuisines such as Sichuan, European, Thai or Vietnamese.
This led to very good coverage across most of the country and few problems of interference with other UK-based transmissions ; a stark contrast to the problems associated with Channel 5's launch fourteen and a half years later.
Since they are hydrocarbons, and therefore contain no oxygen, carotenes are fat-soluble and insoluble in water ( in contrast with other carotenoids, the xanthophylls, which contain oxygen and thus are less chemically hydrophobic ).
By contrast, Rabbinic Judaism subsequently took the opposite view, espoused by Hillel, the leader of the other major Pharisee school of thought at the time ; in Hillel's view, men were allowed to divorce their wives for any reason.
In contrast to Judaism and many other traditions, he taught that there is a place for voluntary singleness in Christian service.
In contrast to most other nations, the United States considers the three types of agreements as distinct.

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