Download Indian Classical Music

Discussion in 'The ChitChat Lounge' started by Boltoro, Jun 17, 2004.

  1. Boltoro

    Boltoro New Member

  2. jayanth

    jayanth <.: : Call Quits : :.>

    You always come up with some great surprises.. amazing link..
     
  3. Boltoro

    Boltoro New Member

    Cheers to that ........ do download the Darbari piece ..... and the megh discussion has become rather interesting as well.
     
  4. jayanth

    jayanth <.: : Call Quits : :.>

    I have the Darbari Piece By Pt. Jasraj.. I'm interested in the others..
     
  5. Boltoro

    Boltoro New Member

    Pt. Jasraj is good, but not many can come close to Pt. Siyaram's Dhrupad Darbari groove . Here is the post I was referring to, you can download the piece from the highlighted link :

    http://naqsh.net/forums/index.php?showtopic=150

    Lemme know if somebody has the transcriptions to this ;)
     
  6. jayanth

    jayanth <.: : Call Quits : :.>

    I have a book about Life and works of Pt. Jasraj./. I think he is really awesome.. Since you recomended this i'm gonna have a look..
     
  7. Boltoro

    Boltoro New Member

    Also noteworthy is the highly recommended Emroz: the Song of Sarahang, amongst the very best Aiman pieces I have listened to:

    http://naqsh.net/forums/index.php?showtopic=178

    Do note that both are vocal pieces, nevertheless are worth listening to as model ideals for replication on any instrument.
     
  8. jayanth

    jayanth <.: : Call Quits : :.>

    Where are you from??
     
  9. Boltoro

    Boltoro New Member

    I hope that is not a trick question, as I am based in Islamabad, Pakistan and believe that we must listen to music without all prejudice.
     
  10. jayanth

    jayanth <.: : Call Quits : :.>

    No its not.. People outside India generally dont care much about such details. As you do.. I Respect people who do..
     
  11. Boltoro

    Boltoro New Member

    Many Thanks again! Many Thanks ! You must have been thru the Malkauns article by now : http://naqsh.net/forums/index.php?showtopic=18

    The idea was to basically highlight that Malkauns is based on the same scale as the minor pentatonic. If we take the same minor pentatonic scale (commonly used in blues and rock music) and shift the root note to the fifth note of the minor pentatonic, it actually becomes the malkauns scale. Sort of like the Phrygian mode of the pentatonic.

    Obviously there are many more worlds to it, but simply by doing that one can create the air of Malkauns and that is not too bad for a bad starting point. Also would love to hear your views on the Megh article as well, which is like the Dorian mode of the same pentatonic (albeit a much more challenging raag).

    http://naqsh.net/forums/index.php?showtopic=111

    I would love to post these here as well, if possible.
     
  12. lord_neo

    lord_neo Guest

    @Boltoro, if you wish to participate in discussion on IGT please post the contents here. Links to each and every discussion on your site is not appreciated.


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  13. jayanth

    jayanth <.: : Call Quits : :.>

    Hey why dont you invite your friends there to have a look at our own IGT??
     

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