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Various Artists - Masters of Indian Classical Music flac album
  • Performer: Various Artists
  • Title: Masters of Indian Classical Music
  • Genre: International
  • Style: Indian,Indian Subcontinent Traditions
  • Date of release: September 21, 2004
  • MP3 size: 1101 mb
  • FLAC size 1831 mb
  • Formats MP4 MP3 DTS MOD DXD ASF
  • Duration: 02:24:42

From ARC Records, known for often finding European-based performers of various traditions, this album of Indian classical music instead makes use of the very best on the various instruments in the (mostly) Hindustani arsenal, primarily through licensing from Living Media in India. The sitar is represented by its greatest exponent, Ravi Shankar. Likewise, the bansuri is represented by its greatest exponent in Hariprasad Chaurasia. Amjad Ali Khan takes up the sarod, Zakir Hussain the tablas, and Rajam her violin

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Track List - Disc 1

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Raga Kausi Kanhra Ravi Shankar 20:46
2 Raga Bageshree Hariprasad Chaurasia 29:38
3 Raga Kamalshree Amjad Ali Khan 20:57

Track List - Disc 2

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Teentala Zakir Hussain 28:51
2 Dadra in Raga Bhairavi Dr. N. Rajam 9:45
3 Raga Rageshwari Bismillah Khan 20:36
4 Mishra Bhairavi Ram Narayan 14:09

Credits:

Hariprasad Chaurasia - Bansuri, Primary Artist
Diz Heller - Liner Notes, Mastering
Zakir Hussain - Primary Artist, Tabla
Amjad Ali Khan - Primary Artist, Sarod
Bismillah Khan - Primary Artist, Shehnai
Ram Narayan - Primary Artist, Sarangui
Barbara Papadopoulos - Layout Design, Typesetting
Dr. N. Rajam - Primary Artist, Violin
Ravi Shankar - Primary Artist, Sitar
Jesse Reuben Wilson - Cover Design
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