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AbstractLogix :: Indian Classical Music :: Rashid Khan- Voice of India

Rashid Khan- Voice of India
Rashid Khan- Voice of India 
Rashid Khan (Vocals), Yogesh Samsi (Tabla),
Mehmood Dhaulpuli (Harmonium).
Recorded at Saptak Festival 2003, Gujarat.
Rashid Khan's genius is highlighted through his rendition of both Khayal and Tarana. Two distinctive vocal styles which are found in this performance, recorded live on the 2nd January 2003, at the prestigious Saptak Festival in Ahmedabahd, India. For this performance Rashid Khan was accompanied by two musicians. Tabla player, Yogesh Samsi, is the son of the renowned vocalist Dinkar Kaikini. Yogesh is a highly respected artist of the younger generation and one of the foremost disciples of the late tabla virtuoso Alla Rakha Khan. He has built a fine reputation on his ability to accompany instrumental soloists as well as vocalists, a rare quality in modern tabla players. Mehmood Dhaulpuli provides melodic accompaniment on the harmonium.


SKU SKU20511
Track 1 Alap (LISTEN TO AUDIO)
Track 2 Khayal 'Tu Hain Malik Mera' - Vilambit Ektaal (12 beats- slow) (LISTEN TO AUDIO)
Track 3 'Yaad Aavat Mohe Det Batiya' - Teentaal (16 beats - medium tempo) (LISTEN TO AUDIO)
Track 4 'Aaj More Ghar Aaye Balma - Drut Teentaal (16 beats - fast tempo) (LISTEN TO AUDIO)
Track 5 'Ghor Langar Manat Nahin' - Drut Ektaal (12 beats - fast tempo) (LISTEN TO AUDIO)
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