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Bhavita
post Mar 21 2010, 11:09 AM
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Lovely compositions, rendered ever so beautifully by my favourite artistes: Santoor - Pt. Tarun Bhattacharya, Flute - Pt. Ronu Majumdar, Saarangi - Ustad Liyaqat Ali Khan. I only wish, personally that in some of the compositions, the orchestration was not included - it seems to have taken away the magic from the melody.

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1. Rememberance - Based on Raag Darbari

2. Joy of Yaman - Based on Raag Yaman Kalyan

3. Only Love - Based on Raag Kirwani

4. Lover's conversation - Based on Raag Bageshwari

5. Grief

6. Enchanting Melody - Based on Raag Bhairavi

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Joy, sorrow, tears, lamentation, laughter — to all these music gives voice, but in such a way that we are transported from the world of unrest to a world of peace, and see reality in a new way, as if we were sitting by a mountain lake and contemplating hills and woods and clouds in the tranquil and fathomless water.

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post Mar 21 2010, 09:12 PM
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QUOTE(Bhavita @ Mar 21 2010, 01:39 AM) *

Lovely compositions, rendered ever so beautifully by my favourite artistes: Santoor - Pt. Tarun Bhattacharya, Flute - Pt. Ronu Majumdar, Saarangi - Ustad Liyaqat Ali Khan. I only wish, personally that in some of the compositions, the orchestration was not included - it seems to have taken away the magic from the melody.



Dear Bhavitaji,

There seems to be no end to the rabbits that you keep pulling out of your hat.
Thanks you very much.

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post Mar 21 2010, 10:38 PM
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Bhavit,

Thanks. I have listend to couple of them so far. Very nice indeed.

Ramesh.


[quote name='Bhavita' date='Mar 21 2010, 11:09 AM' post='653735']
Lovely compositions, rendered ever so beautifully by my favourite artistes: Santoor - Pt. Tarun Bhattacharya, Flute - Pt. Ronu Majumdar, Saarangi - Ustad Liyaqat Ali Khan. I only wish, personally that in some of the compositions, the orchestration was not included - it seems to have taken away the magic from the melody.


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post Mar 22 2010, 10:20 PM
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LOL! Well... I am no magician, Sureshji smile1.gif

Just sharing what I have. And truly, you have always been most enouraging. Thank You.
Just wish to share these lovely treasures with those who do enjoy and appreciate Indian music.

Considering that this forum does not allow uploads, the best way to share them was through the shared sites. Everyone who'd like to download has access that way, and not worry about the download bytes ;-)

Rameshji, glad you liked them smile1.gif

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QUOTE(madsur @ Mar 21 2010, 09:12 PM) *

QUOTE(Bhavita @ Mar 21 2010, 01:39 AM) *

Lovely compositions, rendered ever so beautifully by my favourite artistes: Santoor - Pt. Tarun Bhattacharya, Flute - Pt. Ronu Majumdar, Saarangi - Ustad Liyaqat Ali Khan. I only wish, personally that in some of the compositions, the orchestration was not included - it seems to have taken away the magic from the melody.



Dear Bhavitaji,

There seems to be no end to the rabbits that you keep pulling out of your hat.
Thanks you very much.

With best regards,
Suresh

P.S. You have compelled to open a 4shared account.


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Joy, sorrow, tears, lamentation, laughter — to all these music gives voice, but in such a way that we are transported from the world of unrest to a world of peace, and see reality in a new way, as if we were sitting by a mountain lake and contemplating hills and woods and clouds in the tranquil and fathomless water.

- Albert Schweitzer



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- Friedrich Nietzsche

Where words fail, music speaks
- Hans Christian Anderson




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post Apr 1 2010, 01:01 AM
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Bhavitaji,
What Raag is "Grief" based on?

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I think this is based on a 'misharan" of ragas. At the begining it seems like it is Raag Jogia, then Raag Bhairavi and then Raag Kirwani. What do you think?

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Joy, sorrow, tears, lamentation, laughter — to all these music gives voice, but in such a way that we are transported from the world of unrest to a world of peace, and see reality in a new way, as if we were sitting by a mountain lake and contemplating hills and woods and clouds in the tranquil and fathomless water.

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QUOTE(Bhavita @ Apr 3 2010, 01:21 AM) *

I think this is based on a 'misharan" of ragas. At the begining it seems like it is Raag Jogia, then Raag Bhairavi and then Raag Kirwani. What do you think?

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I think from the perspective of scale, it was largely Kirwani. From the perspective of adhering to the raag-bhaav, they did an ok job of sticking to Kirwani in the alap section but during the rhythmic section, Kirwani only seemed to make a guest appearance. There were scalar visits to other ragas including Bhairavi, jogia/gunkali, nat bhairav but I'd be hard-pressed to come up with a name for it - perhaps the reason why they chose to omit it from the liner notes.

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