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Ali Akbar Khan - North Indian Master Of The Sarod FLAC album

Amjad Ali Khan- Sarod. Sandeep Das-Tabla Vineet Vyas- Tabla T. H. Subhash Chandran- Ghatam.

Ustad Ali Akbar Khan.

Recorded at World Pacific Studio. Rights Society: BMI. Other Versions (3 of 3) View All. Cat.

This album has an average beat per minute of BPM (slowest/fastest tempos:, BPM). Tracklist North Indian Master Of The Sarod. 1. Raga Darbari Kanara (Evening Raga): Alap. 2. Raga Darbari Kanara (Evening Raga): First Gat In Raga Misra Mand (Jor), Tala Kaharwa 8 Beats (Jhala), Second Gat In Tal Chachar 14 Beats.

Elegant Organic Passionate Sophisticated. North Indian Master of the Sarod. Second Gat in Tal Chachar 14 Beats. 3. Raga Basant Mookhari. 4. Fast Gat in Tintal 16 Beats. blue highlight denotes track pick.

Ali Akbar Khan playing the sarod in New York in 2002, an instrument with 25 strings. Ali Akbar Khan, the foremost virtuoso of the lutelike sarod, whose dazzling technique and gift for melodic invention, often on display in concert with his brother-in-law Ravi Shankar, helped popularize North Indian classical music in the West, died on Thursday at his home in San Anselmo, Calif. The album and film of the two performances gave added exposure to Mr. Khan and North Indian music. Mr. Khan, whose name is often preceded by the honorific Ustad, or master, was born in Shibpur, a small village in Bengal (now Bangladesh). He grew up in Maihar, where his father was the principal musician in the court of the maharajah. He began vocal training at 3 and, after studying the surbahar, sitar and tabla, focused on the sarod.

1964 Indian Classical FLAC Lossless 24-96 973 Mb. Side 1. Raga Darbari Kanara (Evening Raga).

Music of India: Morning and Evening Ragas is the debut album by Indian sarod master Ali Akbar Khan, released in 1955. Issued on Angel Records, it is considered a landmark recording, being the first album of Indian classical music ever released. Khan recorded Music of India on 18 April 1955, while in New York for the Living Arts of India Festival – a cultural program initiated by American classical violinist Yehudi Menuhin and sponsored by the Ford Foundation

Album · 1973 · 4 Songs. The excellent Ragas contains two albums originally released as LPs, 1964’s The Master Musicians of India and 1965’s The Soul of Indian Music. The first two cuts, Raga Palas Kafi and Raga Bilashkani Todi, both from the earlier album, feature the sensitive interplay of Ravi Shankar on sitar and Ali Akbar Khan on sarod, two musicians who were instrumental in bringing Indian classical music to the American pubic. Here they are accompanied by Kanall Dutta on tabla and the hypnotic drone of a tamboura). It’s a delight to follow the call and response of these masters

Ali Akbar Khan’s mastery of the Indian lute-like sarod rivalled that of his brother-in-law Ravi Shankar on the sitar, and between them the two men pioneered the popularisation of Indian classical music in the West. In their earlier years they regularly performed duets together and they famously teamed-up with ex-Beatle George Harrison at his Concert for Bangladesh in 1971, a star-studded benefit concert to raise funds for the humanitarian crisis in their homeland, which was caused by a civil war that followed devastating flooding from a massive cyclone in 1970.

Tracklist

Raga Darbari Kanara (Evening Raga)
A1 Alap 9:55
A2 First Gat In Raga Misra Mand (Jor) / Tala Kaharwa 8 Beats (Jhala) / Second Gat In Tal Chachar 14 Beats 12:40
Raga Basant Mookhari (Morning Raga)
B1 Alap 9:40
B2 Slow Gat In Tintal 16 Beats (Jor) / Fast Gat In Tintal 16 Beats (Jhala) 13:21

Notes

Promo with white (non-standard) labels.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
WP-1433 Ali Akbar Khan North Indian Master Of The Sarod ‎(LP, Mono) World Pacific Records WP-1433 US Unknown
WPS-21433 Ali Akbar Khan North Indian Master Of The Sarod ‎(LP, Album) World Pacific Records WPS-21433 US Unknown
WPS-21433 Ali Akbar Khan North Indian Master Of The Sarod ‎(LP, Album) World Pacific Records WPS-21433 US Unknown

Tracklist

Raga Darbari Kanara (Evening Raga)
A1 Alap 9:55
A2a First Gat In Raga Misra Mand (Jor) 12:40
A2b Tala Kaharwa - 8 Beats (Jhala)
A2c Second Gat In Tal Chachar - 14 Beats
Raga Basant Mookhari (Morning Raga)
B1 Alap 9:40
B2a Slow Gat In Tintal - 16 Beats (Jor) / 13:21
B2b Fast Gat In Tintal - 16 Beats (Jhala)

Companies, etc.

  • Record Company – Liberty Records, Inc.
  • Published By – Metric Music Co.
  • Recorded At – World Pacific Studios

Credits

  • Design [Cover] – Woody Woodward
  • Photography By – Phil Melnick*
  • Producer, Engineer [Audio] – Richard Bock
  • Sarod – Ali Akbar Khan
  • Tabla – Shankar Ghosh
  • Tambura – Miss Sheela Mookerjee*

Notes

Recorded at World Pacific Studio.

Duration in sub-track "a" counts for the complete sub-track "a to c" respective "a + b".

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: BMI

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
WP-1433 Ali Akbar Khan North Indian Master Of The Sarod ‎(LP, Mono) World Pacific Records WP-1433 US Unknown
WPS-21433 Ali Akbar Khan North Indian Master Of The Sarod ‎(LP, Promo) World Pacific Records WPS-21433 US 1964
WPS-21433 Ali Akbar Khan North Indian Master Of The Sarod ‎(LP, Album) World Pacific Records WPS-21433 US Unknown


Ali Akbar Khan - North Indian Master Of The Sarod FLAC album
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North Indian Master Of The Sarod
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