Sarangi / The Voice Of A Hundred Colors

Posted By MiOd On Sunday, June 02, 2013 Under
Ram Narayan, Mahapurush Misra, Shirish Gor ‎– Sarangi / The Voice Of A Hundred Colors

Ram Narayan (Hindi: राम नारायण; IAST: Rām Nārāyaṇ, IPA: [ˈraːm naːˈraːjn]; born 25 December 1927), often referred to by the title Pandit, is an Indian musician who popularized the bowed instrument sarangi as a solo concert instrument in Hindustani classical music and became the first internationally successful sarangi player.

Narayan was born in Udaipur and learned to play the sarangi at an early age. He studied under sarangi players and singers and, as a teenager, worked as a music teacher and traveling musician. All India Radio, Lahore, hired Narayan as an accompanist for vocalists in 1944. He moved to Delhi following the partition of India in 1947, but wishing to go beyond accompaniment and frustrated with his supporting role, Narayan moved to Mumbai in 1949 to work in Indian cinema.

After an unsuccessful attempt in 1954, Narayan became a concert solo artist in 1956, and later gave up accompaniment. He recorded solo albums and began to tour America and Europe in the 1960s. Narayan taught Indian and foreign students and performed, frequently outside of India, into the 2000s. He was awarded India’s second highest civilian honor, the Padma Vibhushan, in 2005.

Nand-Kedar (19:45)
A1a Rāga: Nand (Ascent)
A1b Rāga: Kedar (Descent)
A1c Tāla: Tintāl (4-4-4-4)

Jogia (11:57)
B1a Rāga: Jogia (Thumri)
B1b Tālas: Tintāl (4-4-4-4) And Chachar (3-4-3-4)

Dhun (7:43)
B2a Rāga: Khamaj That
B2b Tāla: Tintāl (4-4-4-4)

Sarangi – Ram Narayan
Tabla – Mahapurush Misra
Tambura – Shirish Gor

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