Manilal Nag - Classical Music of North India: Sitar & Tabla I flac mp3
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. blue highlight denotes track pick.
Pandit Manilal Nag (born 16 August 1939) is an Indian classical sitar player and an exponent of the Bishnupur gharana of Bengal. Manilal was born in Bankura and was taught to play sitar by his father, Gokul Nag. He made his first public appearance in the All India Music Conference of 1953, accompanied by Samta Prasad on tabla. He has been performing many times in the National Programme of Music and Akashvani Sangeet Sammelan since 1954.
Get the Tempo of the tracks from Classical Music Of North India: Sitar & Tabla I (1987) by Manilal Na. This album has an average beat per minute of BPM (slowest/fastest tempos:, BPM). Tracklist Classical Music of North India: Sitar & Tabla I. 1. Raga: Suha-Kanara.
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Sri Manilal Nag & Pandit Mahaprush Misra - Classical Music of North India. This sitar master is perhaps the major living exponent of the Vishnupur gharana, a school of classical Indian music coming from the ancient dhrupad style of the aalap, the base of the North Indian raga. Among many other things, this is the concept that many listeners would recognize as the raga, with its slow tempo that gradually builds up to a sometimes hysterical speed. Manilal Nag was the son of sitar master Sangeetacharya Gokul Nag and like many other classical Indian musicians was a descendent from a long line.
|1||Raga: Suha-Kanara||Manilal Nag||59:26|
|2||Tala: Tintal||Manilal Nag||14:20|
CreditsMahapurush Misra - Tabla
Manilal Nag - Primary Artist, Sitar, Surbahar
Katsuhiko Nishida - Producer
Hatsuro Takanami - Engineer
Sachiko Torii - Performer