The companion music and video tracks to Theorizing the Local: Music, Practice, and Experience in South Asia and Beyond, are password-protected. When you click on the link below, you will be asked for a username and password. You may find these on the copyright page of your copy of the book. Please note that these are case-sensitive.
Click here to access to the audio and video tracks.
Please note that you will need both Quicktime and Windows Media Player in order to play the recordings. Both are free and you may download them here: Quicktime and Windows Media Player. For Mac users: in order to listen to streaming recordings you will need to download Flip4Mac here for free. Recordings may take some to load, depending your player and your internet connection.
You may view three sample tracks here without a password. These are: