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Princess Of The Sea

, Pt. Raghunath Seth, Ustad Salamat Ali Khan, Chris Hinze

 
 
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Bhavita
post Mar 27 2010, 03:02 PM
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Wondered whether I should upload this on Fusion or on Raag Rang. Chose to post this on Fusion as this album is truly a synthesis of the East and West together

The vocals are by Ustad Salamat Ali Khan and Ustad Shafqat Ali Khan, and flute by Pandit Raghunath Seth and Chris Hinze, a Dutch Flautist.

Chris Hinze, born in Netherlands, began his musical studies on the Piano at the age of 12. After working as a Pianist all over Europe, Chris Hinze returned to Holland to study Flute. He visited India in 1974 to study flute and ragas with Pandit Raghunath Seth. Later Hinze invited Pt. Raghunath Seth for concert tours in Europe and recorded many CDs together.

Princess of the Sea is one such colloboration

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The tracks uploaded here http://www.4shared.com/dir/34985311/b64d66...-_Pt_Raghu.html

1. Princess of the Sea (Raag Yaman Kalyan)

2. Wisdom and Soul

3. Nature and Meditation

4. Sound of Love (Raag Abhogi Kanada)

5. Karakorum Mountain

6. Beauty Queen (Raag Rageswari)

7. Waves of Paradise (Raag Bhopali)

This post has been edited by Bhavita: Mar 27 2010, 03:35 PM


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