Sitar (Stile Dhrupad -The Dhrupad Style) - Musica classica music of India (LP).
Indian classical music is the classical music of the Indian subcontinent. It has two major traditions: the North Indian classical music tradition is called Hindustani, while the South Indian expression is called Carnatic. These traditions were not distinct till about the 16th century. There on, during the turmoils of Islamic rule period of the Indian subcontinent, the traditions separated and evolved into distinct forms. The Muslim courts discouraged Sanskrit, and encouraged technical music. Dhrupad (or Dhruvapad), the ancient form described in the Hindu text Natyashastra, is one of the core forms of classical music found all over the Indian subcontinent
Dhrupad is a genre in Hindustani classical music from the Indian subcontinent. It is the oldest style of music major vocal styles associated with Hindustani classical music, Haveli Sangeet and also related to the South Indian Carnatic tradition. It is a Sanskrit name, derived from the words dhruva (immovable, permanent) and pad (verse), a combination that means "pillar".
Classical Music of India CMP MH 920. CD 5. track . alap, nom-tom, and dhrupad (char tal). Vilayat Khan, sitar; Imrat Khan, surbahar, Shanta Prasad, tabla. Malka-e-Mausiqi Roshan Are Begum (voice); Nabi Bakash, sarangi; Shaukat Hussain, tabla Bader-uz-Zaman and Qamar-uz-Zaman; Nazim Ali, sarangi; Shaukat. Hussain, tabla Ravi Shankar, sitar; Chatur Lal, tabla. source The Raga Guide, Nimbus Records with Rotterdam Conservatory, NL 5539/9. Oriental Records LP BGRP 1048.
Dhrupad Music, the Indian Classical Music, had its origin in the Vedas, temple music, religious invocations, padas, and gayans-all ragas based. The Vanis had to be distinguished from the style of singing, the ornamentation used, method of note production and total musical effect produced by the rendering of the Dhrupad song. The Dhrupad Music had to be rendered in real details. Soon after the emergence of abstract Raga Alap, shorter Dhrupad Music came into vogue and over the centuries all the grace and technicalities Dhrupad singing started fading away. It has to be admitted that Dhrupad Music has today got considerably mixed up since there is no dividing line between the compositions belonging to the four Vanis.
Dhrupad (Sanskrit: ध्रुपद) is a genre in Hindustani classical music. It is one of the oldest forms of compositions in the classical Indian music and a form that is also found in its Carnatic tradition. It is a Sanskrit name, derived from the words dhruva (immovable, permanent) and pad (verse), a combination that means "pillar"
Indian Classical Sitar Recital is a Instrumental album released on 04 Nov 2016. Indian Classical Sitar Recital Album has 6 songs sung by Alokesh Chandra. Listen to all songs in high quality & download Indian Classical Sitar Recital songs on Gaana. Indian Classical Sitar Recital.