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Komaragiri, Madhumohan (2013). Pitch Analysis in South Indian Music. Book published by Munshiram Manoharlal Publishers, New Delhi. ISBN: 978-81-215-1262-6.
Komaragiri, Madhumohan (2012). “Digital Tools for Pitch Analysis.” Accepted for the 43rd IASA Annual International Conference. India International Centre, New Delhi. Oct. 6-11, 2012.
Komaragiri, Madhumohan (2011). “Vocal Intonation Tendencies in the Classical Music Tradition of South India” Accepted for ICTM, 41st World Conference, Memorial University of Newfoundland, St. Johns, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada. July 13–19, 2011.
Komaragiri, Madhumohan (2011). “Departures from the Acoustical Parameters in the Intonation of Indian Musical Intervals” Journal of the Canadian Acoustical Association-Journal de I'Association Canadienne d'Acoustique, Canada. Pages 3-11 Dec 2012 Vol 40. No.4.
Komaragiri, Madhu Mohan (2011). “Analyzing same svara sequences in different rāga-s.” International Music Conference “Rhythm and Melodies in World Music.” Indiranagar Sangeetha Sabha, Bangalore, India. Pages 156-160. Jan 22nd – 26th, 2011.
Komaragiri, Madhumohan (2010). “Svara as an Abstraction” Paper and demonstration presented at the Madras Music Academy, Chennai, India, 24th December 2010.
Komaragiri, Madhu Mohan (2010). “On the Applicability of the Ancient Śruti Scheme to the Current Fixed-Tonic, Variable-Interval Mēla System.” Journal of the Madras Music Academy, 2010, Vol. 81, pages 135–143. Chennai, India.
Komaragiri, Madhu Mohan (2010). “On Some Adaptations of Western Concepts of Intonation to South Indian Music.” Journal of the Indian Musicological Society, Pages 66–75, Volume 40, 2009–2010, Mumbai, India. Edited version of the paper presented at the International Conference on “India and the World: Intercultural Performing Arts” Department of Musicology, Faculty of Humanities, University of Amsterdam, Nov 20–22, 2008.
Komaragiri, Madhumohan (2005). Doctoral Dissertation. “Pitch Analysis in Karṇāṭaka Music – An Examination of Intonation and Modern Theories of 22
Śruti-s” Accepted and the doctoral degree awarded in 2005 in the Department of Indian Music, University of Madras, Chennai, India. The main library catalogue number is Ph.D. 2785 and the Indian Music department library catalogue number is Ph.D. 55 in the year 2005.
Komaragiri, Madhu Mohan (2005). Synopsis of the Doctoral Dissertation “Pitch Analysis inKarṇāṭaka Music – An Examination of Intonation and Modern Theories of 22 Śruti-s” by Madhu Mohan Komaragiri, Madras University, India.
Komaragiri, Madhu Mohan (2005). “An Empirical Study of Intonation in Raga Kalyani.” Proceedings of the international symposium “IT-to-Mass: Speech and Music” Pages 65-68. FRSM–2005, Jan 6–7. Bhubaneswar, India.
Komaragiri, Madhumohan (2003). “A Compendium of Scientific and Western Music Terminologies” Submitted to Madras University, India, as part of the doctoral program.
Participated by invitation in the workshop, IGNCA-SRC 2003, PROJECT: SRUTI WORKSHOP, with Prof. N. Ramanathan and Dr. R. Sathyanarayana, Bangalore, 2003
Komaragiri, Madhu Mohan (2000). “Sound System Basics for Live Indian Classical Music.” Winter 2000, Vol. 6, Issue 2, pages 29–32, KALA, Toronto.
Komaragiri, Madhumohan (1996). “Perspective on Raaga System in Relation to World Music” A lecture-demonstration, by invitation at the Royal Ontario Museum, Canada.
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