Classical Music of North India - Sitar and Tabla

Posted By MiOd On Wednesday, January 22, 2014 Under
Both this studio recording and its companion were made in Tokyo in September 1985. It pairs Manilal Nag with one of the finest tabla players of his generation, Mahaprush Misra (1934-1987), a musician probably best known for his sterling work with the sarod virtuoso Ali Akbar Khan -- especially on the Signature Series. It features raga performances coupled with a concluding tabla track and is a fine testimony to their skills.

Disc 1:
1. Raga: Suha - Kanara (59:26)
Sitar:Sri Manilal Nag
Tabla:Pandit Mahaprush Misra
Tambula:Sachiko Torii
2. Tala: Tintal (14:20)
Sitar:Sri Manilal Nag
Tabla:Pandit Mahaprush Misra
Tambula:Sachiko Torii

This is one of my all time favorite recordings! It is a pity that it is now so difficult to get, it is also a shame that people are charging way to much for used copies. If you are a fan of Sitar or Manilal Nag then you really need to get this CD, it also contains some of the best tabla I have ever heard. You will not be disappointed! Amazon needs to make this available on MP3 so more people can get a copy at a reasonable price; that can also be said of volume 1.

Disc 2:
1. Puriya Dhaneshri (24:23)
Sitar:Sri Manilal Nag
Tabla:Pandit Mahaprush Misra
2. Raga: Ragheshri (24:02)
Sitar:Sri Manilal Nag
Tabla:Pandit Mahaprush Misra
3.Tala: Jhaptal (10:25)
Sitar:Sri Manilal Nag
Tabla:Pandit Mahaprush Misra

Flac(EAC Rip): 630 MB | MP3 - 320 kbs: 330 MB | Scans

Archives have 5% of the information for restoration

FLAC
Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3 | Part 4

OR MP3 320 kbps
Part 1 | Part 2

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