Music, Modernity, and Publicness in India

01 April 2020

Edited by Tejaswini Niranjana

This collection of essays examines how modernity and migration, as well as technology such as sound reproduction, altered music-making in India, as musicians began to access different modes of music production and perform in spaces outside of princely courts and the homes of wealthy patrons.

Oxford University Press, Rs 1,495, 288 pages