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The Hare Krishna Music Book

The Hare Krishna Music Book

by Joan Wilder

Songs notated in this book are sung in ISKCON temples. For the most part the music stems from the Vedic tradition of India. This is more than a book of songs and melodies; it also describes daily devotional activities that constitute worship for a home or temple. And music is a central part of the devotional life of bhakti.

Notated Vaishnava devotional music by renowned compiler Joan Wilder. Pictures throughout the music scores makes this book especially attractive.

Songs notated in this book are sung in ISKCON temples. For the most part the music stems from the Vedic tradition of India. This is more than a book of songs and melodies; it also describes daily devotional activities that constitute worship for a home or temple. And music is a central part of the devotional life of bhakti.

The Hare Krsna Music Book, Softbound
  • Paperback; 175 pages; 22.9 x 30.5 (centimeters); x 12 (inches)
  • black and white illustrations throughout; index
  • Publisher: The Bhaktivedanta Book Trust; First issue: 1994
  • ISBN: 91-7149-326-3

This book is out of print.

ISBN: 91-7149-326-3

Notated Vaishnava devotional music by renowned compiler Joan Wilder. Pictures throughout the music scores makes this book especially attractive.

Songs notated in this book are sung in ISKCON temples. For the most part the music stems from the Vedic tradition of India. This is more than a book of songs and melodies; it also describes daily devotional activities that constitute worship for a home or temple. And music is a central part of the devotional life of bhakti.

Table of Contents

Acknowledgments
Dedication
Introduction
Compiler's Notes
Musical Memories of Srila Prabhupada
What is Arati, and What is it for?
The Essence of Devotional Music
Chanting the Holy Names
Chapter 1: Mangala Arati (8 songs)
Chapter 2: Sri Tulasi Arati (7 songs)
Chapter 3: Greeting of the Deities and Guru-puja (4 songs)
Chapter 4: Before Srimad-Bhagavatam Class (2 songs)
Chapter 5: Prasada-sevaya (1 song)
Chapter 6: Raja Bhoga Arati (6 songs)
Chapter 7: Afternoon Arati (4 songs)
Chapter 8: Sandhya Arati (6 songs)
Chapter 9: Sayana Arati (5 songs)
Chapter 10: Bhajans (26 songs)
Chapter 11: Popular Melodies for the Hare Krishna Maha-mantra (30 melodies)
Hare Krishna Mantra
About the Author
Pronunciation Guide

Language(s): 
English