1 hr 3 min

ERER004: Dhrupad with Zain Dossani Every Record Ever Recorded!!!

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It's Every Record Ever Recorded podcast, episode 4! In which Hannah and guest expert Zain Dossani explore the cyclical nature of the universe, the philosophy of "in tune" versus "out of tune," and feeling the vibrations in your body, by way of illuminating the ancient art of Hindustani classical music in the modern day.

Check out everyrecordeverrecorded.com for links for further exploration of dhrupad, and more episodes of Every Record Ever Recorded about other musical genres.

COVER STARS:

Ramakant and Umakant Gundecha, of course

HEARD ON THE SHOW:

Opening credits: Umakant and Ramakant Gundecha, vocals
Akhilesh Gundecha, pakhawaj
Sanjiv Jha and Amit Sharma, tanpura
From the album Dhrupad Mala Vol. 1:

Alap in raga Bhoopali


Umakant and Ramakant Gundecha, vocals
Akhilesh Gundecha, pakhawaj
Pushparaj Koshti, surbahar
Manik Mund, pakhawaj
From the album Temple Voices:

Alap
Jor
Jhalla
Bandish in slow chautal "Pratham sharira gyan xlad bhed teen stham"
Bandish in fast sultal 'Murat man bhaye sundara saloni'


Closing credits: Umakant and Ramakant Gundecha, vocals
Nirant Gundecha and Amita Sinha, tanpura
From the album A Tribute to Tansen:

"Tero Bal Pratap" in raga gujari todi

It's Every Record Ever Recorded podcast, episode 4! In which Hannah and guest expert Zain Dossani explore the cyclical nature of the universe, the philosophy of "in tune" versus "out of tune," and feeling the vibrations in your body, by way of illuminating the ancient art of Hindustani classical music in the modern day.

Check out everyrecordeverrecorded.com for links for further exploration of dhrupad, and more episodes of Every Record Ever Recorded about other musical genres.

COVER STARS:

Ramakant and Umakant Gundecha, of course

HEARD ON THE SHOW:

Opening credits: Umakant and Ramakant Gundecha, vocals
Akhilesh Gundecha, pakhawaj
Sanjiv Jha and Amit Sharma, tanpura
From the album Dhrupad Mala Vol. 1:

Alap in raga Bhoopali


Umakant and Ramakant Gundecha, vocals
Akhilesh Gundecha, pakhawaj
Pushparaj Koshti, surbahar
Manik Mund, pakhawaj
From the album Temple Voices:

Alap
Jor
Jhalla
Bandish in slow chautal "Pratham sharira gyan xlad bhed teen stham"
Bandish in fast sultal 'Murat man bhaye sundara saloni'


Closing credits: Umakant and Ramakant Gundecha, vocals
Nirant Gundecha and Amita Sinha, tanpura
From the album A Tribute to Tansen:

"Tero Bal Pratap" in raga gujari todi

1 hr 3 min

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