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|Source||Rupayan Sansthan, Jodhpur ( RS )|
|Collection||Shri Kuldeep Kothari|
|Title||Langa -Manganiar Childern ʼs Evaluation Camp (Vol. XI)|
|Medium||Mini DV (Sony)|
|Relation||11 of 13|
|Keywords||Rajasthan, Desert, Langa, Manganiar, Workshop, Evaluation Camp|
|Description||This video presents a unique camp of folk musicians comprising children of Langa and Manganiar, organized by the Rupayan Sansthan and Rajasthan Institute of folklore at Jodhpur. The camp was planned with a multipurpose view as the senior musicians were selected from certain geographical areas. They included vocalists and players of traditional folk instruments: Kamaicha, Sarangi, Dholak, Khartal, Murli from the surrounding villages of Jaisalmer district – Hamira, Barna, Kanol, Sanawada and in Barmer district Haduwa, Bisu, Biaya. They were exposed to different musical environment and various performing situations. Two songs of each participant was recorded.|
|Artist||Langa and Manganiar Musicians|
|Recordist||Shri Shobha Ram Meghwal|
|Type||Mini Digital Video ( MDV )|
|Codec Name||H.264 / AVC / MPEG-4 AVC / MPEG-4 part 10|
|Data Rate||654.448000 Kbit/s|
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