Tuesday, 19 April 2016

Gilgit Baltistan Music ( Hareep) and Musicians ( Ustatii)

Gilgit Baltistan Music ( Hareep)  and Musicians ( Ustatii)

Every place in the world has its own rituals, culture, beliefs and music. Same like that our mother land Gilgit Baltistan has a unique colourful and sound music which is just beyond feelings. The singers, musicians and artist are not such trained in training centers they have super talent to do so.
Hareep Is Traditional Music Of Gilgit-Baltistan:

The folk music and instruments commonly used in Gilgit Baltistan are Dadang (drum), Damal (percussion), Suranaye (a kind of flute), Duff (a circle framed drum), Ghajak (spiked fiddle), Gabi (flute), Sitar and Rubab are popular and important instruments.The famous types of musical tunes in Gilgit Baltistan are Dhani, Galawar, Alghani, Saus, Lolo, Tambal, Bulla, Razm, Yudaani and Danyal etc. Each of these tunes is associated with a special occasion' such as when initiate any ceremony, Galawar is played. Sir Jan Ali Jan is also known as Babaye Hareep (father of hareep), Babaye Mosique (father of music) of Gilgit Baltistan.

Giligit Baltistan is generally divided into seven places each place has slightly different music but instruments and way of performing is same. Gilgit Baltistan is most diverse place where almost above sixteen languages are spoken and having different poetry, dances and music.The major languages are Shina, Brushaski, Khowar , Balti and Wakhi.

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