Suprabhatam Remix – It is said to be composed by A R Rahman. However I am not sure.
Dhun by Pandit Hariprasad Chaurasiya
Flute – Pandit Hariprasad Chaurasiya
Tabla – Ustad Zakir Husain
If you are a Hindi Ghazal fan you must have listened to Ghulam Ali’s popular Ghazal “Kal Chaudhvin Ki Raat Thi”. However there is another version, a different rendition of the same Ghazal by Ghazal maestro Late Shri Jagjit Singh.
Today happens to be his 77th birthday (8th Feb 1941 – 10th Oct 2011), so thought of sharing both versions of this Ghazal. Enjoy!
Kal Chaudhvin Ki Raat Thi by Jagjit Singh
Tanata Na Dim by Pt. Satyasheel Deshpande
तनाता ना दिम – पंडित सत्यशील देशपांडे
I used to run 2-3 podcasts dedicated to various kinds of music – mainly Hindi Film music, Marathi music and one exclusively dedicated to the Oscar-winning composer A. R. Rahman.
But I had to stop them after they exhausted the space limit of free uploads.
Just created a new podcast on SoundCloud. Let’s see how long this lasts. Here is the first upload. Wanted to start with an instrumental, a spiritual one, hence opted for “Sounds of Isha – The Seed”
This is Shri Sachin Jambhekar, Pancham da’s (R. D. Burman’s) Harmonium (bought by Panchamda in 1960) was gifted to him by Asha Bhosle…
See the magic he creates on Harmonim…!
Anuja Kamat was a participant in Zee TV’s SaReGaMaPa. She later continued her musical training and went on to create a Youtube channel.
I recently discovered the channel when I stumbled upon a video by her reciting the same song in many different Ragas! That got me very interested. Before I watched this my interest in music had faded for few years (don’t ask why…very personal). But after this video I watched another initiative on her channel about Basics of Indian Classical Music.
For someone like me who is not trained in music but is a music lover, this initiative means a lot!
My love for music was rekindled!