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Of Dhrupd, Dhamar and Thumri
Tracing the History of Hindustani music, we find that it is dominated by two tendencies, viz naturalistic and romantic Dhrupad and Dhamar belong to the former class. Their only aim is to present raga in its purest form.Which is why there is an emphasis on what is absolutely essential omitting all...
Ravindra Mishra | November 15, 2008
Keeping a Great Tradition Alive
"My style is very pure although it is very difficult to sustain the intrinsic qualities of sarod. But I have tried hard to present melody with a combination of sur, laya and Taal. I specialize in layakari"...
Ravindra Mishra | November 15, 2008
The Family Tradition Continues...
Ustad Hafiz Ali taught music to many students in Gwalior. But the glory of an enduring performing career was reserved for his son, Amjad Ali Khan, who today is a top sarod player in tune with his father's integrated vision of Indian Classical music...
Ravindra Mishra | November 15, 2008
Chaiti, Kajiri and Tappa: the fringes of classicism
Almost all the ragas of Hindustani Music barring a few are used in Tappa. Its rhythm is very characteristic and it is generally sung in a madhya laya. The beauty of singing Tappa lies in the quick display of various permutations and combinations of notes...
Ravindra Mishra | November 15, 2008
Tuning in with Bishan Dass Sharma
He became a disciple of Pandit Ravi Shankar and learnt Sitar from him. Bishan Dass says, "Learning and meeting with several musicians all over the country I learnt that India was a vast treasure-house of ancient instruments"...
Ravindra Mishra | November 15, 2008
Magic of indian Instruments
In Hindustani music apart from Rudra Veena, other stringed instruments like Rabab, Sarod, Sitar, Surbhar were very prominent. The stringed instrument Sarangi occupies a very special place...
Ravindra Mishra | November 15, 2008
Mushtaq Ali Khan: A Stickler for tradition
His best-known disciple, Debu Chowdhay is today a bitter man. He says: Who bothered for Khan Saheb when he was alive. Every other name is the field of music except Khan Saheb was heaped with honours...
Ravindra Mishra | November 15, 2008
A Self Taught Sitarist in Londonm
Speaking of the Indian Music scene abroad, it has become almost routine to glorify only the artiste and overlook those others who are equally responsible for organizing programmes and propagating our rich art tradition. One such person is VIRAM JASANI....
Ravindra Mishra | November 15, 2008
Versatile duo: Rajan and Sajan
Their Genius lies in embroidering the Khyal with a tremendous mass appeal. In leading it out of the preserve of die hard purists...
Ravindra Mishra | November 15, 2008
Flute recital by Master Anirudh Bharadwaj
Flute recital by Master Anirudh Bharadwaj, disciple of Akhila Krishnan & P. N. Krishnan....
| June 27, 2009
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