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Sitar Quintet (1968)

, Ustad Abdul Halim Jafar Khan

 
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post Jun 7 2005, 11:17 PM
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In 1968, Ustad Abdul Halim Jafar Khan, along with his disciples, composed an album called 'Sitar Quintet' which had some truly off-the-path tracks.

The tracks were:
1) Chandani Kedar
2) Mazamiri
3) Khusrawani
4) Sharavati
5) Kalpana
6) Miya Malhar

Would anybody be having this album? It is not available in Mumbai or Pune.

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post Jun 25 2005, 02:14 AM
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Anil,
Thanks for the grrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrreat uploads ! Awesome experiment, my favorite was Rachana Khusrawani in Mishra Charukeshi.
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Renowned sitar player Abdul Halim Jaffer Khan the last survivor of the "Sitar Trinity" of India along with the late Pandit Ravi Shankar and Ustad Vilayat Khan breathed his last at his Bandra residence on 4th January after a brief illness, He was 88.

Conferred with the Padmashri, Padma Bhushan and Sangeet Natak Akademi awards, Khan hailed from the Indore Gharana and is credited for innovating the unique music style of "Jafferkhani Baaj".

Born in 1929 in Jawra, Madhya Pradesh, during his music career spanning over six decades, Khan played the sitar for various Bollywood films, including Mughal-E-Azam, Kohinoor, Goonj Uthi Shehnai and Jhanak Jhanak Payal Baaje, among many others.

The son of renowned singer and musician Jaffer Khan, he started his musical career with the All India Radio in the early 1940s. He was among the earliest trendsetters of Indian classical musicians collaborating with western musicians and in 1958 partnered with Jazz pianist and composer Dave Brubeck, and with English classical guitarist Julian Bream in 1963.

He was considered the youngest of the famous "Sitar Trinity" of India, which included the late Pandit Ravi Shankar and the late Ustad Vilayat Khan,

He was best known for his unique musical innovation, "Jafferkhani Baaj", which he used to describe as "a synthesis of precision in technique and systematic thought, with a vigorous playing style".

Khan contributed hugely by bringing Carnatic music ragas Kirwani, Kanakangi, Latangi, Karaharapriya, Manavati, Ganamurti and others into the Sitar repertoire with a Hindustani music touch in the Jafferkhani style, she added.

He became the first Hindustani classical musician who collaborated in Carnatic music with legendary Veena exponent, Emani Sankara Sastry.

In 1976, he set up the Halim Academy of Sitar in Mumbai to impart training to young Sitar players and among his renowned students are son Zunain, Prasad Joglekar and Gargi Shinde, who is director of Jazz programmes at Chamber Music America.
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