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Rimpa Siva: Princess of Tablas (Home Use)

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Rimpa Siva lives in Calcutta, in the midst of the exuberant Bengali crowd. She is 11 years old, and, like all children, she loves playing and conjuring up imaginary characters. But more than all the others, she knows how to speak without words. Her passion resonates in the sounds of the tablas. She is one of the few girls in India to play this instrument, the rhythms of which are said to be among the most complex in the world. Her Guru, who is also her father, is descended from one of the greatest musical dynasties (gharana) in India. He guides her spiritually and technically through the secular repertoire, passing down orally the rhythms of her people. Through Rimpa Siva's daily life and the people she meets, we are immersed in the subtle feeling and very elaborate nature of classical Indian music. We become aware of the special relationship between music and the world of religion, of collective imagination, of poetry, and of sensuality. Follow Rimpa Siva as she demonstrates just how powerful music can be.

There are eight of them: eight children from every corner of the planet. As different as they are, one thing unites them: music. Their instruments are often unusual because they are rooted in their countries' traditions. The Kids, Music & Dance series invites you to discover the music of these special children and the close relationship they have with their instruments. Boréales Productions for Phoenix Learning Group, Inc. For more information please visit

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