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    creation
  • the human act of creating

  • The bringing into of existence of the universe, esp. when regarded as an act of God

  • The action or process of bringing something into existence

  • A thing that has been made or invented, esp. something showing artistic talent

  • an artifact that has been brought into existence by someone

  • the event that occurred at the beginning of something; "from its creation the plan was doomed to failure"











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James Buchanan & Co Ltd




James Buchanan & Co Ltd





IN THIS JET-AGE CENTURY fortunes are made at the turn of a wheel, lost at the drop of a share index, men become millionaires in a year and great businesses mushroom up from nothing in a matter of months.

Yet the twentieth century tycoon has by no means created a precedent or established a monopoly on the romance of a quick fortune and the creation of a business empire. Many staid Victorians did something very much like It.. . . a little more unobtrusively, perhaps, but with a vigour and relentless opportunism which has earned the Un-dying admiration of those who followed them.

The tall, distinguished young Scotsman who rather dourly began a business career in 1879 as London agent for a well-known firm in the whisky trade, might have remained just that. If he hadn’t realised that at that time London and indeed the rest of England was an untapped market for bottled Scotch whisky.

Whiskies available to Londoners then were chiefly Irish and ‘self’ whiskies heavy Highland and Lowland malts brought in casks from individual Scottish distillers.

He chose his blend well, and bottled it under the name ‘Buchanan Blend.’ It is no exaggeration to say that ‘Buchanan Blend’ changed the picture of the entire Scotch Whisky trade. Each distillery produced whisky of a different character and flavour, but with ‘Buchanan Blend’ came a bottled Scotch which could be absolutely relied on for consistency and quality.

All Buchanan had set out to do was to capture a reasonable proportion of the London spirit trade. He ended up by making Scotch Whisky a universal drink. From his foresight and shrewd judgment the taste for Scotch of a known proprietary brand evolved at a tremendous rate. Then came his second stroke of luck - He marketed ‘Buchanan Blend’ in a black bottle, with a neat white label.

For a short spell, the actual name changed: to ‘Buchanan’s House of Commons’ Scotch Whisky,’ commemorating Buchanan’s first notable step on the road to success. . . . a contract to supply, against keen competition, the House of Commons with whisky. This was in 1885, not so long after Buchanan started in business.

But despite the name change, the bottle was still black, the label still white. And this was how Buchanan hit the jackpot.

For the people of England, in general, didn’t ask for the Buchanan Brand by name - They merely said: ‘Have you got any of that black and white whisky?’

Without knowing it, the public had created one of the most famous and enduring spirit brand names in the world: ‘Black and White’ Whisky.

But James Buchanan had other ideas. He saw the potentiality for a blend ‘sufficiently light and old to please the palate of the (English) user,’ to quote his own words.

Buchanan quickly realised the publicity potential of the new brand name, and just as quickly adopted it.

It was a shrewd move.. . . within a remarkably short time, ‘Black and White’ backed up later by the trademark of a Black Scots terrier and a White West Highland terrier, became famous from end to end of the world.

He advertised widely, in trains and on the sides of buses as well as in newspapers and smart magazines. And he was not afraid to spend money on advertising.

In 1889 Buchanans were awarded a gold medal at the Paris Exhibition in open competition for blended Scotch, and in 1895 Buchanan started his own export business. He toured extensively, not only in Europe, but in Canada, the U.S.A., South America, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa, getting new business all the time.

Buchanan actually founded the firm in 1884 at 61 Basinghall Street, London, E.C. and, by arrangement, stocks of both bulk and bottled whisky were mainly drawn from W. P. Lowrie and Company, Glasgow and other Glasgow Blenders.

Very soon, however, Buchanan found it necessary to move to more suitable offices with storage accommodation. He found it at 20 Bucklershury, right in the heart of the city and in the shadow of the Mansion House.

In those days, and later for that matter, Buchanan was fast becoming one of the best-known businessmen in London. Always a keen sportsman, he was also his own best publicity agent.

He was often seen driving around the city in a striking red-wheeled carriage drawn by a black pony, with a page seated behind him. Later he used a Victoria and a Brougham, drawn by a particularly fine grey mare, or at other times a blue roan, whose action and qualities were superb.

By 1887, with Queen Victoria fifty years on the throne, ‘Buchanan Blend’ was well into its stride. Eleven years later, Buchanan accepted a suggestion to go into the market for one of England’s most famous inns, the Black Swan Distillery at Holborn.

He bought the property for ?87,000 - and to quote his own words again, ‘had no idea’ where the money was coming from. He sorted it all Out within a week, however, and the firm moved into a headquarters which dated back to the reign of James I and was at one time the principal coaching inn in London.

From the Black Swan the famous











The Qawwali Expounded




The Qawwali Expounded





Lok Virsa (the National Iristitute of Folk and Traditional Heritage) has the mandate of collecting, documenting, archiving and projecting all aspects of our cultural traditions. Under the Research Report Programme, preliminary work done on various elements of traditional culture is made available to the reader as soon as possible in order to ensure that the research work done by Lok Virsa does not remain only archival, but also can reach a wider readership. The medium of qawwali to present the deep mystical ,philosophy of Sufi Islam is generally known, but very little has been written about it to date. In this report, Lok Virsa endeavours to give the reader a background to the origins and history of qawwali and the setting in the villages where it is performed. Among the performers, the focus is on a bearer of a great tradition of qawwali, Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan and his group. Having had the honour of winning the President's Pride of Performance Medal, they are performing at the National Folk Music Festival of Pakistan 1988.

1 .1 Islamic Sources and Sama'

Qawwali as a musical form is closely linked to the sufic traditions of Islam and the particular practices that Sufi scholars developed to achieve closeness to God. Arab musicologists such as al-Kindi (d.873) and al-Farabi (b.872) wrote on the effects of music, but the first to take into account the relation between music and trance were the Brothers of Purity (lkhwan al-safa), "a group of philosophers, scientists, mathematicians, and litterateurs who flourished at AI-Sasra during the second half of the eleventh century"1 . lt remained for the great Muslim philosopher AI-Ghazali to unify the knowledge of his time. 1.1,1 AI-Ghazali and the lslamic Musical Tradition

Kitab adab al-sama:y wa al-wajd, the "Book of the Right Usages of Audition and Trance‘.' - such is the title given by AI-Ghazali (1085-111 1 ) to the eighth section of his famous Ihya u'lum al-din, "Book of the Revivifying of the Sciences of Faith." Written at the beginning of the twelfth century AD, this book is one of the most important treatises on Sufism.2 From this source and other contemporary writers, it is possible for us to reconstruct a description of a ceremony called sama'. Sama' is a concept difficult to translate, since it covers a range of meanings from audition to listening to the spiritual aspects of a musical concert rendered for that purpose.3 By the end of the eleventh century, a sama' was a spiritual concert in which the music was mainly sung, sometimes by a soloist, sometimes by a chorus, including instrumental elements of varying importance. The concert took place under the direction of a sheikh. The solo singing was provided by a cantor. The faithful listened to the music seated, in a state of inner contemplation, and allowed themselves to be gradually overcome by trance. Return to calm and normality was likewise brought about by the sound of music suitable for that purpose.

1 .2 The South Asian Context Qaul and Tarana

1 .2.1Sufism and the Developed Musical Tradition in South Asia- Amir Khusraw

Hazrat Amir Khusraw (1253-1325)4, a famous Sufi saint and an expert both in Indian and Persian music at the court of Ala' al-Din Khilji, Sultan of Delhi (12961316) is credited with the introduction of Persian and Arabic elements into South Asian music. Of particular importance are two musical forms: Tarana and Qaul, which is said to be the origin of Qawwali, a form of Muslim religious song. However, there is evidence that qawwali predates Hazrat Amir Khusraw: the great Sufi Masters of the Chishtiya and Suhrawardia Orders of South Asia were admirers of the qawwali and the Saint Hazrat Outubuddin Bakhtiar Kaki is said to have died in 1236 while in a musical trance induced by a qawwali

1 .3 The Vehicle and the Message

1 .3.1 The All-male Nature of Qawwali

From the early beginnings of Islam, the public sphere was an exclusively male domain. Women did participate in scholarship and even warfare in extraordinary conditions, but the realm of worship at best permitted of equal but separate action. Thus a musico-religious gathering contained only men and this tradition has survived to this day. The only notable exception are the more secularised forms of Qawwali, such as functions at female educational institutions or film scenes in contemporary Pakistan.

1 .3.2 A Strong Musical Vehicle for Ecstasy

The strength and power of Qawwali as a form is used to convey a mystic religious message. To draw and hold the attention of a heterogeneous audience is the skill that the best Qawwal (performers of qawwali) excel at. Thus altering the state of consciousness of the audience in order to make them more receptive to the content is one of the basic reasons for the existence of this vehicle.

2. PHILOSOPHY AND MEANING

2.1 The Meaning of ma'rifat

One of the concepts that defies easy definition is ma'rifat. Approximating closely to the Greek concept of gnosis, it in









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