Author: Ustad Bismillah Khan
Hari Prasad Chaurasia/Pandit Shiv Kumar Sharma
ISBN/UPC (if available): S 500 21/44 4
Usually any instrumental performance consists of the traditional format of Aalap, Jod and Jhala followed by a Gat or a lighter Thumri style piece or dhun. A dhun is a light classical instrumental piece usually based on a folk or popular melody, set to a medium or fast tempo.
The Gat, the instrumental equivalent of bandish (Song) is a fixed composition in a raga set in a fixed time cycle, the taal. In this set of 2 albums, we have put together 5 duns and 1 gat in 6 different instruments in the 1st volume performed by maesteroes of the instruments.
In the 2nd volume we have 6 dhuns in various instruments. The Instruments presented are Flute, Shehnai, Sarod, Sitar, Santoor & the violin.
The artists featured include a combination of young, talented musicians and legends of Indian classical music. This album is sure to win the hearts of both the serious classical music lovers as well as the audience of light music.
Ustad Bismillah Khan (Shehanai) 7:14
DHUN IN MISHRA BHAIRAVI
Pt V G Jog (Violin) 9:56
Pt Hari Prasad Chaurasia (Flute) 10:31
Ustad Bismillah Khan (Shehanai) 10:57
DHUN IN BHATIYALI
Ustad Shahid Parvez Khan (Sitar) 8:59
GAT IN BHAIRAVI
Pt Shiv Kumar Sharma (Santoor) 7:25
PT RONU MAJUMDAR & KUNWAR RAJENDRA SINGH
Farmers Love (Chattisgarhi Folk) 10:50
ATMAN THE SELF
(Santoor-Tarun Bhattachrya) 11:53
VISHWA MOHAN BHATT-Desh 13:28
PT RONU MAJUMDAR-Pahadi (Flute) 14:45
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