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Lata Mangeshkar
Lata Mangeshkar
INDIndian Folk

Lata Mangeshkar

INDAsianIndian Folk
Hansraj Raghuwanshi
Hansraj Raghuwanshi
INDIndian Folk

Hansraj Raghuwanshi

INDAsianIndian Folk
Kishore Kumar
Kishore Kumar
INDIndian Folk

Kishore Kumar

INDAsianIndian Folk
Sachet-Parampara
Sachet-Parampara
INDIndian Folk

Sachet-Parampara

INDAsianIndian Folk
Maithili Thakur
Maithili Thakur
INDIndian Folk

Maithili Thakur

INDAsianIndian Folk
Anuradha Paudwal
Anuradha Paudwal
INDIndian Folk

Anuradha Paudwal

INDAsianIndian Folk
S. P. Balasubrahmanyam
S. P. Balasubrahmanyam
INDIndian Folk

S. P. Balasubrahmanyam

INDAsianIndian Folk
Hariharan
Hariharan
INDIndian Folk

Hariharan

INDAsianIndian Folk
Asha Bhosle
Asha Bhosle
INDIndian Folk

Asha Bhosle

INDAsianIndian Folk
Ilaiyaraaja
Ilaiyaraaja
INDIndian Folk

Ilaiyaraaja

INDAsianIndian Folk
Ajay-Atul
Ajay-Atul
INDIndian Folk

Ajay-Atul

INDAsianIndian Folk
K S Chithra
K S Chithra
INDIndian Folk

K S Chithra

INDAsianIndian Folk
Babbu Maan
Babbu Maan
INDIndian Folk

Babbu Maan

INDAsianIndian Folk
Dinesh Lal Yadav
Dinesh Lal Yadav
INDIndian Folk

Dinesh Lal Yadav

INDAsianIndian Folk
Mohammed Rafi
Mohammed Rafi
INDIndian Folk

Mohammed Rafi

INDAsianIndian Folk
Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan
Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan
PAKOther Asian Music

Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan

PAKAsianOther Asian Music
Pankaj Udhas
Pankaj Udhas
INDIndian Folk

Pankaj Udhas

INDAsianIndian Folk
R. D. Burman
R. D. Burman
INDIndian Folk

R. D. Burman

INDAsianIndian Folk
Chinmayi
Chinmayi
INDIndian Folk

Chinmayi

INDAsianIndian Folk
K. Sivaangi
K. Sivaangi
INDIndian Folk

K. Sivaangi

INDAsianIndian Folk
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Lata Mangeshkar
Lata Mangeshkar
INDIndian Folk

Lata Mangeshkar

INDAsianIndian Folk
7.4K radio spins
Kishore Kumar
Kishore Kumar
INDIndian Folk

Kishore Kumar

INDAsianIndian Folk
5.9K radio spins
S. P. Balasubrahmanyam
S. P. Balasubrahmanyam
INDIndian Folk

S. P. Balasubrahmanyam

INDAsianIndian Folk
5.3K radio spins
Asha Bhosle
Asha Bhosle
INDIndian Folk

Asha Bhosle

INDAsianIndian Folk
4.7K radio spins
S. Janaki
S. Janaki
INDIndian Folk

S. Janaki

INDAsianIndian Folk
4.1K radio spins

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Hukum
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Neela Nilave (From RDX)
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Shree Hanuman Chalisa
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Na Roja Nuvve (From Kushi)
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Adiye - From Bachelor
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Bas Kar Ji
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Untouchable
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Kepada Noor
Kepada Noor
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Rasah Bali
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      1.4B
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      Questions? We have answers

      Overview of Asian music

      Asian music has a rich and diverse history that spans thousands of years. The earliest known examples of Asian music date back to ancient China, where music was an integral part of religious ceremonies and courtly life. Over time, Asian music evolved to incorporate a wide range of instruments, including strings, percussion, and wind instruments.

      In India, classical music traditions like Hindustani and Carnatic music developed over centuries, with intricate melodies and rhythms that require years of training to master. In Japan, traditional music like Gagaku and Noh music were heavily influenced by Chinese music, but developed their own unique styles over time.

      In more recent years, Asian music has become increasingly popular around the world, with genres like K-Pop and J-Pop gaining huge followings. These genres blend traditional Asian music with modern Western influences, creating a unique sound that appeals to a global audience.

      Despite the many changes and developments in Asian music over the centuries, one thing remains constant: music continues to be an important part of Asian culture and identity, and will likely continue to evolve and adapt to new trends and influences in the years to come.

      Which musicians and bands defined Asian music?

      There are many talented musicians and music bands that represent the Asian music scene. Some notable artists include:

      Sa Dingding - A multi-talented singer-songwriter, Sa Dingding combines elements of traditional Chinese folk music with electronic and world music influences, creating a fusion that reflects her unique cultural background and artistic vision.

      Lata Mangeshkar - Renowned as the "Nightingale of India," Lata Mangeshkar's melodious voice has graced numerous Indian folk songs, showcasing her versatility and ability to capture the essence of various regional folk styles.

      Harumi Miyako - Recognized as an iconic figure in Japanese folk music, Harumi Miyako's soulful vocals and extensive repertoire showcase her mastery of traditional folk songs, evoking a sense of nostalgia and cultural heritage.

      Didi Kempot - Known as the "Godfather of Broken Heart" in Indonesia, Didi Kempot was a beloved singer-songwriter who infused Javanese folk music with modern elements, creating heartfelt compositions that resonated with audiences across the country.

      Park Jiha - Hailing from South Korea, Park Jiha is a master of traditional Korean instruments such as the piri (bamboo flute) and saenghwang (mouth organ). Her music seamlessly blends traditional Korean sounds with contemporary influences, creating a mesmerizing and introspective sonic experience.

      These artists and bands showcase the diversity and richness of Asian music, and continue to inspire and captivate audiences all over the world.

      Which songs and albums defined Asian music?

      There are a variety of songs and music albums that represent Asian music.

      A few of the more popular songs and albums in recent years include:

      "Sakura Sakura" (Song) - This beloved Japanese folk song, often associated with cherry blossoms, features delicate melodies and poetic lyrics that capture the ephemeral beauty of nature.

      "Jasmine Flower" (Traditional, released in various versions throughout history): This timeless Chinese folk song, often accompanied by traditional instruments such as the pipa and guzheng, captivates with its melodic beauty and cultural significance.

      Sona Mohapatra and Rituraj Mohanty - "Rangabati" (Song) - A reimagined version of a popular Odia folk song, "Rangabati" combines the earthy charm of traditional Odissi music with modern arrangements, delivering an energetic and foot-tapping experience.

      "Echoes of Japan" by Minyo Crusaders (Album) - "Echoes of Japan" by Minyo Crusaders presents a dynamic fusion of traditional Japanese minyo (folk) music with contemporary elements, creating a lively and vibrant album that pays homage to the roots of Japanese folk while incorporating modern influences.

      "Mohe Rang Laga" by Mame Khan (Album) - Mame Khan's soulful vocals and rustic charm shine through in this album, showcasing the folk traditions of Rajasthan with a contemporary twist, creating a harmonious blend of ancient and modern sounds.

      Which music festivals and events represent Asian music?

      Some of the notable music festivals and events that showcase Asian music genre include the Tokyo Jazz Festival in Japan, which features a blend of traditional and contemporary jazz music from Japanese and international artists.

      Another notable event is the Rainforest World Music Festival in Malaysia, which celebrates the diversity of world music, including Asian traditional music, through live performances, workshops, and cultural activities.

      The Mosaic Music Festival in Singapore also features a diverse range of music genres, including Asian music, such as Indian classical music and Chinese folk music, alongside jazz, rock, and electronic music.

      Other notable events include the K-Pop World Festival in South Korea, which showcases the popular Korean pop music, and the World Shakuhachi Festival in Japan, which celebrates the traditional Japanese bamboo flute music.

      These events provide a platform for Asian musicians and music enthusiasts to come together and celebrate the richness and diversity of Asian music and culture.