Uday Shan-Kar and his Company of Hindu Dancers and Musicians - Indian Music : Ragas And Dances download flac
An Introduction to Indian Music 00:00 Dadra 04:13 Maru-Bihag 14:45 Bhimpalasi 26:29 Sindhi-bhairavi 38:43 Musicians: Ravi Shankar - sitar Chatur Lal - tabl. The Sound Of India, Three Ragas.
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Uday Shan-Kar and his Company of Hindu Dancers and Musicians – Hindu Music. Label: Victor Red Seal – M-382. Format: 3 Shellac, 12", 78 RPM, Album 2 Shellac, 10", 78 RPM, Album. Danse Snanum (Ragas: Durga and Kamaj). J. Bhajana (Religious Song). Liner Notes – Basanta Koomar Roy. Music Director – Vishnudass Shirali. This is the original issue of the very first . commercial recording featuring Maestro Ravi Shankar (identified here by his given name, Rabindra), brother of Uday Shankar. This album set contains both 12" (Sides A-F) and 10" (Sides G-J) records. Other Versions (3 of 3) View All. Cat.Indian Music: Ragas and Dances (LP, Album).
Missing the fifth (second 10") disc, the album book, and insert. Other (12" Record 1 Catalog Number): 14506. Other (12" Record 2 Catalog Number): 14507.
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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
Uday was a member of a dance troupe called the Compagnie de Danse Musique Hindous (Company of Hindu Dance Music), and the younger Shankar spent his adolescence hearing the rhythms and watching the traditional dances of his culture. Looking back on the time he spent with his brother's dance troupe, Ravi Shankar once recalled, "I keenly listened to our music and observed the reaction of audiences on hearing it. This critical analysis helped me to decide what we should give to Western audiences to make them really respect and appreciate Indian music. Throughout his career, Shankar received criticism for not being a classical purist from some Indian traditionalists. In response, the musician once said, "I have experimented with non-Indian instruments, even electronic gadgets. But all my experiences were based on Indian ragas.
Born in Almora in Uttar Pradesh, India, Shankar was the son of Amala and Uday Shankar, popular dancers, and also the nephew of sitar player Ravi Shankar. He studied in The Scindia School, Gwalior. Ananda did not learn sitar from his uncle but studied instead with Lalmani Misra at Banaras Hindu University Professional career. This section does not cite any sources. There he was signed to Reprise Records and released his first album, Ananda Shankar, in 1970, with original Indian classical material alongside sitar-based cover versions of popular hits, The Rolling Stones' "Jumpin' Jack Flash" and The Doors' "Light My Fire". The album is included in the book 1001 Albums You Must Hear Before You Di. .
|A3||Danse Gandharva : Raga Malkounsa|
|A4||Danse Ramachandra (Ragas; Sinhendra-Maddhyama & Hansaddhwani)|
|A5||Tabla-Taranga : Raga Adana|
|B1||Danse Kartikeyya : Raga Malkauns|
|B2||Danse Indra : Raga Bhairava|
|B3||Danse Snanum (Ragas: Durga and Kamaj)|
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|M-382||Uday Shan-Kar and his Company of Hindu Dancers and Musicians*||Hindu Music (3xShellac, 12", Album + 2xShellac, 10", Album)||Victor Red Seal||M-382||US||1937|
|VCC-1361||The Original Uday Shankar Company Of Hindu Musicians||Indian Music: Ragas and Dances (LP, Album)||RCA Victor||VCC-1361||Canada||Unknown|
|VIC-1361||The Original Uday Shankar Company Of Hindu Musicians||Indian Music: Ragas and Dances (LP, Mono)||RCA Victor||VIC-1361||US||Unknown|