Song has been missed through imperial historians, yet this booklet exhibits that track is an important point of identification formation and cross-cultural trade. It explores the ways that rational, ethical, and aesthetic causes underlying the institutionalization of "classical" track converged and diverged in Britain and India from 1880-1940.
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