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Celso Duarte improvises on the jarana and discusses his thought process
while improvising on different instruments.
Celso Duarte explains how he became interested in and started to play folkloric music.
Celso Duarte discusses the different kinds of harps in South America and talks about how he began playing the Paraguayan harp.
Celso Duarte describes his musical journey through several instruments and their impact on his current musical life.
Celso Duarte talks about the different genres of music that have influenced him over time and their role in his social life.
Celso Duarte explains which musicians have influenced him throughout his life.
Charlotte Blake Alston shares student structures and freedoms. Sameer Gupta shows structures in tabla playing in his tabla solo.
Falu introduces the raga, and performs "Eastbound" with Sameer Gupta, Neel Murgai and Arun Ramamurthy.
The ensemble performs "Yaman," which incorporates the raga, the peshkar,
the gat, the taal, and the tihai.
The Sameer Gupta Trio and Falu answer audience questions and invite the
audience to sing along with "Payoji Maine."