Indian Brass


Saturday, May 21, 2005

When the British withdrew from India in the late 1940s, they left behind railroads, cricket, and ... tubas. Rob Weisberg explains how the brass instruments cast off by the British Army have become an integral part of India's musical culture.


Rob Weisberg

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