Tarun Bhattacharya - Sargam (Santur, Shenai And Tabla) album FLAC
Pandit Tarun Bhattacharya (born 23 December 1957) is an Indian classical musician who plays the santoor, a type of hammered dulcimer. He studied with Ravi Shankar. Tarun Bhattacharya was born on 23 December 1957 in Howrah (the twin city of Calcutta), India. He was a commerce graduate from one of the most reputed colleges of Calcutta, and after a few brief years of professional life he started learning music from his father, Rabi Bhattacharya.
2 Dhun - Rag Khammaj 8:14.
Bhattacharya plays two ragas on the disc. The first (about 67 minutes) is "Raga Busant Mukhari. Perhaps it's due to Bhattacharya's outstanding technique (complemented in the second and third movements by Bikram Ghosh's wonderful tabla work), but the raga is riveting almost throughout. The second piece, "Raga Mishra Todi," at nine minutes, is clearly filler (and very generous filler at that, since it makes for a total of 76 minutes). It is a miniature gem, complete and sparkling
Sargam: santur, shenai & tabla. Music of the World CDT-132. PERFORMERS: Tarun Bhattacharya, santur; Shashank Baakshi, tabla; Daya Shankar, shenai; Mou Bhattacharya, tamboura. Douglass compact disc CX3294. Chant Dhrupad: Chant Classique de l'Inde du Nord NorthernIndian Vocal Classical Music.
Sargam - Santur, Shenai And Tabla. Caution! All audio materials of Tarun Bhattacharya are presented solely for information.
Tarun Bhattacharya - Rag Bachaspati 08:16. Tarun Bhattacharya - Dhun-Sindhi Bhairavi 06:37. Imaginations - Ronu Majumdar, Tarun Bhattacharya. Colours of India - Traditional Ragas of North India - Bikram Ghosh, Tarun Bhattacharya. Mental Bliss - Tarun Bhattacharya. Sangam - Daya Shankar, Tarun Bhattacharya, Viswa Mohan Bhatt. The Exotic Santoor - Tarun Bhattacharya, Various Artists.
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Traditional album for sale was released Sep 16, 2003 on the EMI Music Canada label. This is a beautiful set of traditional ragas from North India played on the enchanting Indian hammered dulcimer known as santur, and accompanied by tabla drums.
|1||Rag Ahir Bhairav||17:19|
|2||Dhun - Rag Khammaj||8:14|
|4||Dhun - Sindhi Bhairavi||6:35|
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- Designed At – Williamson-Green Designs
- Glass Mastered At – Nimbus
- Art Direction – Martha Lorantos
- Edited By, Mastered By – Randy Friel
- Liner Notes – George Ruckert
- Producer – Badal Roy
- Producer, Edited By, Mastered By – Bob Haddad
- Santoor [Santur] – Tarun Bhattacharya
- Shenai – Daya Shankar
- Tabla – Shashank Bakshi
- Tambora [Tamboura] – Mou Bhattacharya
NotesRecordings produced by Badal Roy and Bob Haddad. Recorded in Calcutta, India, in 1993
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Printed): 0 9378-50132-2 8
- Barcode: 093785013228
- Matrix / Runout: CDT-132 :
- Mastering SID Code: IFPI L124