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Digitala is a site devoted to the study of tabla (the hand drums of north India) and to related issues in psychology such as information processing and neuroscience.

 
How many beats in Digitala?
— Anindo Chatterjee

Books on tabla from Digitala...

Learning Tabla with Alla Rakha is a step-by-step introduction to a single tabla solo in the Punjab style as taught by Alla Rakha, the tabla maestro best known for his many tours and recordings with Ravi Shankar. Purchase includes free access to online videos... -more- 

Learning Tabla with Alla Rakha is a step-by-step introduction to a single tabla solo in the Punjab style as taught by Alla Rakha, the tabla maestro best known for his many tours and recordings with Ravi Shankar. Purchase includes free access to online videos...

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The Tabla Legacy of Taranath Rao  is a comprehensive overview of the art of tabla, adopted from the manuscript of the longtime performer and teacher in India and at the California Institute of the Arts. Purchase includes free access to online videos performed by Pt. Sadanand Naimpalli, a senior disciple and of India’s most respected tabla virtuosos. -more-

The Tabla Legacy of Taranath Rao  is a comprehensive overview of the art of tabla, adopted from the manuscript of the longtime performer and teacher in India and at the California Institute of the Arts. Purchase includes free access to online videos performed by Pt. Sadanand Naimpalli, a senior disciple and of India’s most respected tabla virtuosos.

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Pakhawaj & Tabla: History, Schools & Traditions is the  definitive text on the subject, written by Aban Mistry, the Indian scholar and tabla player. Read the stories of the founders and followers of all the schools of tabla, with the teacher/student progressions graphed on fold-out pages. -more-  

Pakhawaj & Tabla: History,

Schools & Traditions is the 

definitive text on the subject, written by Aban Mistry, the Indian scholar and tabla player. Read the stories of the founders and followers of all the schools of tabla, with the teacher/student progressions graphed on fold-out pages.

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