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     Indian classical music refers to the art music of the Indian subcontinent. The origins of Indian classical   music can be found in the Vedas, which are the oldest scriptures in the Hindu tradition. The Samaveda was derived  from the Rigveda so that its hymns could be sung as Samagana. These hymns were sung by Udgatar  priests at sacrifices in which the Soma ritual drink, clarified and mixed with milk and other in gredients, was offered in libation to various deities. This chanting style evolved into jatis and eventually into ragas. Indian classical music has also been significantly influenced by, or syncretised with, Indian folk music.  Bharat's Natyashastra was the first treatise laying down fundamental principles of dance, music, and drama.

Indian classical music is both elaborate and expressive. Like Western classical music, it divides the octave into 12 semitones of which the 8 basic notes are, in ascending tonal order, Sa Re Ga Ma Pa Dha Ni Sa for Hindustani music and Sa Ri Ga Ma Pa Da Ni Sa for Carnatic music, similar to Western music's Do Re Mi Fa Sol La Ti Do. However, Indian music uses just-intonation tuning, unlike most modern Western classical music, which uses the equal-temperament tuning system. Also, unlike modern Western classical music, Indian classical music places great emphasis on improvisation.


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