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8 thoughts on “ Raag Des - Sultan Khan* - Sarangi Solo - Live Concert (Cassette)

  1. "Ustad Munir Khan (born ) belongs to a family of distinguished courtmusicians from Rajasthan that goes back many generations. Ustad Munir Khan had his musical eductaion in sarangi and vocal music under the guidance of his father Ustad Nazir Khan () and also became a disciple of Ustad Amir Khan with whom he studied for over forty years.
  2. Aug 15,  · Renowned Violinist Dr. Sisirkana Dhar Chowdhury--a disciple of Ustad Ali Akbar Khan and Pandit V.G Jog, is ranked among Indias premier exponents of Hindustani classical music. Sisirkana has performed frequently on All India Radio and Television and is a recipient of Indias prestigious Sangeet Natak Academy award for her contribution to the.
  3. Jul 24,  · During their stay in San Francisco, the Indian performers were invited to do an informal concert at The Stone House, a granite room in Fairfax, California. This recording is a document of that event, featuring Ustad Sultan Khan on sarangi. The sarangi is a bowed, stringed instrument with a highly vocal sound and a limited number of able masters.4/5(5).
  4. Ali Akbar Khan 'Ragas of India: Raga Madhabi, Raga Khammaj' - Hi friends. Here is a little surprise I found in a local store. I didn't have it in my collection yet. It was in great condition. There was a set of Signat.
  5. Ustad Sultan Khan (), one of the greatest sarangi players of the last century, was the son and student of Gulab Khan of Jodhpur, originally from Sikar in Northern Rajasthan. Sultan Khan also learned from his uncle, the famous sarangi player, Azim Khan. His style owed a lot to the gayaki of Ustad Amir Khan.
  6. The Instrument The Sarangi This once popular stringed instrument has become an endangered instrument todav. thanks to artists like Sultan Khan who are reviving it's popularity. Sarangi is carved out of a wooden block. The lower chamber, covered with a skin, serves as the sounding chamber. There are three guts - the playing strings - and more than 30 sympathetic strings. All these pass over.
  7. Ram Narayan (Hindi: राम नारायण; IAST: Rām Nārāyaṇ, IPA: ; born 25 December ), often referred to by the title Pandit, is an Indian musician who popularized the bowed instrument sarangi as a solo concert instrument in Hindustani classical music and became the first internationally successful sarangi .
  8. „Items selected from live concert recordings made in August in Amsterdam, when vocalist Yunus Husain Khan (†) made his European debut. This registration has become a historical document. Besides a gifted singer Yunus Husain Khan also was a composer of rare distinction.

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