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Kathak & Amour by Manisha Gulyani

A Kathak ballet presented by Manisha Gulyani. Depicting various aspects of love and the rhythmical intricacies of Kathak. Manisha Gulyani - Kathak. Piu Nandi - Vocal/Harmonium Bhaskar Das - Bansuri Pt. Udai Mazumdar - Tabla/Music ...

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Raag Malkauns – Anupriya Deotale (Violin)

A Beautiful Alaap in Raag Malkauns by Violin Maestro Anupriya Deotale. About Raag Malkauns Malkaush (also spelled Malkauns) is a raga in Indian classical music. It is one of the most ancient ragas of Indian classical music. The equivalent raga in Carnatic music is called Hindolam, not to be confused with the Hindustani Hindol. Etymology The name Malkaush is derived from the combination of Mal and Kaushik, w ...

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Magic of Love – by Violin Maestro Anupriya (PARINDAY)

A beautiful composition based on raag Gorakh Kalyan new composition with Parinday...music of soul. Magic of LOVE. Beautiful Tabla by Zuheb Ahmed Khan. The name, means “birds” and is a metaphor of the soul soaring to ineffable heights. The group plays compositions and themes based on Raags, freely improvising around these themes. Parinday Music Of Soul, is a music group that aims to convey the deeper spiritu ...

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Aruna Sairam (Carnatic Vocal) at the Darbar Festival 2009

Aruna Sairam (Carnatic Vocal) with Jyotsna Shrikant (violin), Patri Satish Kumar (mridangam), RN Prakash (ghatam) and Priya Parkash (tanpura) Aruna Sairam is one of the best voices to emerge from the Carnatic tradition of southern India an this concert presents a rich repertoire of beautiful and rare classical compositions as well as lighter folk forms and melodies. Darbar Festival 2009 Described by one art ...

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Ganesh & Kumaresh on carnatic violin at Darbar Festival 2009

Ganesh and Kumaresh (South Indian Carnatic Violin). Accompanied by Patri Satish Kumar and R.N. Prakash A violin duet that combines Indian classicism with more contemporary styles by brothers Ganesh and Kumaresh. The recital presents a series of pre-composed and improvised pieces where the pace builds up and slows down in geometric progressions within complex rhythmic patterns. ...

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Raag Desh by Prof. Basavi Mukerji

Prof. Basavi Mukerji attempts the raga with her mesmerizing and unique style. About Desh Raag : Origin The raga emerges from Khamaj thaat. Technical description The raga is of Audav-sampurna nature, i.e., in its arohana (ascent) only five notes are used, whereas the avarohana (descent) uses all the seven notes. Shuddha Ni is used in the arohana, while Komal Ni (represented as ni below) is used in avarohana. ...

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Vilambit Khayal – Raag Multani – Taal Jhumra by Smt Sanhita Nandi

Vilambit Khayal - Raag Multani - Taal Jhumra Sanhita Nandi is an exponent of North Indian Vocal, Kirana Gharana: Khayal and Thumri genres. After initial riyaz and training, Sanhita was later groomed by Late Pandit A. Kanan, a disciple of Ustad Amir Khan in Kirana Gharana. She got an added exposure under Pandit Vinayak Torvi in Kirana and Gwalior traditions. This opened out the large canvas of vilamit to fas ...

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Nina Burmi sings Thumri @ Darbar Festival

Nina Burmi sings Thumri @ Darbar Festival Nina is the UK's leading exponent of the 'Kirana' Gharana Style of Hindustani classical vocal. Naturally gifted with a melodious and resonant voice, which extends uniquely across a range of three octaves, Nina effortlessly captures the exquisite yet vibrant and dynamic emotions of Hindustani classical music. She combines youthful flair with mature virtuosity - wheth ...

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