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Playlist of Music of South Asia

  • Southeast Asia pop music content 2018


    Southeast Asia pop music content 2018
    Thailand (Thai pop), Indonesia (Indo pop), Vietnam (VPOP), Philippines (PPOP/OPM), Singapore, Malaysia, Cambodia, Myanmar

    Song include:
    The Sam Willows - Papa Money
    Sezairi - It's You
    Isyana Sarasvati - Winter Song
    NIKI - Vintage
    Jaz - Teman Bahagia
    JKT48 - Everyday, Kachuusha
    Ismail Izzani - Luar Biasa ft. Alif
    Elizabeth Tan - Police Entry
    Naim Daniel - Sekali Lagi
    MimiFly - Superfly
    Nadine Lustre - St4y Up
    Donnalyn Bartolome - Sabi Niya
    Yeng Constantino - Ako Muna
    MNL48 - Aitakatta - Gustong Makita
    MIN - Em Mới Là Người Yêu Anh
    MONSTAR from ST.319 - ‘BABY I TOLD U’
    BÍCH PHƯƠNG - Bùa Yêu
    Phyo Pyae Sone - ေမွွ်ာ္ႏိုင္သမွ်
    PO PO ပိုပို - Let Me Kiss You
    ခင္သဇင္ - မျပဳစားနဲ႔ (Khin Thazin - Ma Pyu Sar Nae)
    Amara Hpone (အမရာဘုဏ္း) - Dream (အိမ္မက္)
    BNK48 - Tsugi no Season ฤดูใหม่
    WONDERFRAME - 555 (ToT)
    นี่แหละความรัก (This is Love) - เป๊ก ผลิตโชค
    ฟักกลิ้ง ฮีโร่ & The TOYS - นอนได้แล้ว (Sleep Now)
    Nikki Nikki - នីគីនីគី - You Need to Stop (បងគួរតែឈប់)
    Laura Mam - រាំមិនឆ្អែតទេ (Rom Min Chaet Te) Ft. Kmeng Khmer, OUN & DJ RXTHY
    Tempo Tris - កុំចាកចេញបានទេ

    Opening: Dipha Barus ft. Nadin - All Good

  • Beautiful Asian Music Instrumental


    Beautiful Asian music that features Chinese music, Japanese music, Indian music, and Tibetan music.

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    Tracklist :

    0:00 – Lotus Pool
    4:54 – Winds of Spring
    9:11 – Sky Princess
    13:25 – Imperial Dynasty
    17:54 – Chinese Festival
    22:21 – Yangtze River
    25:32 – Cherry Blossoms
    29:33 – Zen Garden
    33:54 – Tea Ceremony
    37:45 – Samurai Warrior
    41:52 – Shadow Ninja
    45:43 – Tales of India
    50:10 – Taj Mahal
    53:25 – Tibetan Monks
    56:50 – Temple of Bells
    59:18 – Temple Guardians

    This beautiful Asian picture is from Shizhao.

    Artwork for the Eastern Winds CD is by Zuxy:

    Artwork for the Shuriken CD is from Kaliostro.

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    ~ All music is composed by Derek and Brandon Fiechter ~

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  • Richard Wolf and David Nelson perform South Asian Music on the Vina and the Mridangam


    The University of Music FRANZ LISZT Weimar welcomed the US-American musicologists Richard Wolf and David Nelson in May 2015 in Weimar. They held a seminar about South Asian Music for all students.

    Richard Wolf is Professor for Music and South Asian Studies at Harvard University, USA. He learned playing the vina, a South Indian lute, in India. The researches of Prof. Wolf focus on traditional Indian and Tajik music.

    David Nelson is Artist in Residence in South Indian drumming at Wesleyan University, USA. He has accompanied well-known artists throughout the United States, Europe, India, and China. He has also written extensively on South Indian drumming.

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  • Deep House · Relaxing Study Music · 24/7 Live Radio


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  • Hamsafar: A Musical Journey through South Asia | Chiragh, The South Asian Symphony Orchestra


    Performed by the South Asian Symphony Orchestra

    Lauren Braithwaite, composer

    Alvin Seville Arumugam, conductor

    -Sri Lanka (0:00)
    -Bangladesh (2:21)
    -Nepal (4:09)
    -India (6:38)
    -Afghanistan (8:39)
    -Bhutan (10:13)
    -Pakistan (13:10)



    East and West Documentary (an interview immediately after the concert) at Centennial Theatre in North Vancouver, October 31st, 2010 with Dr. Catalin Ursu (host and composer), Dr. Yaroslav Senyshyn (pianist), Dr. James Hamilton (sitarist), and Sarabjit Matharu (tabla)

    An excerpt from Rompost TV broadcast which features a concert and interview in which the artists play separately and together in both Eastern and Western classical idioms.

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  • Traditional music in Southeast Asia


    Project SE1101 - FASS - NUS

    Created by Katie & Tyna

  • Music from Himalayas - Relaxation Music for Meditation, Healing and Deep Sleep - New Age


    The Himalayas are a mountain range in South Asia, the highest in the world.

    The west end is in Pakistan. They run through Jammu and Kashmir, into the Republic of India's Himachal Pradesh and Uttaranchal states, Nepal, and the Kingdoms of Sikkim, and Bhutan. They end in the south of China's Tibetan Autonomous Region.

    The 15 highest mountains in the world are in the Himalayas. The main ones are the Mount Everest, K2, Annapurna, and Nanga Parbat. Mount Everest is the highest mountain on the face of the Earth. Mount Everest is 8,849 meters. There are over 100 mountains. Of the fifteen highest mountain peaks in the World, nine of them are in the Nepali Himalayas.

    The word Himalaya means House of Snow in Sanskrit, an old Indian language. The Himalayas are so high that they kept the Indian and Chinese people separate from each other most of the time. In fact, India is a peninsula that is cut off from the rest of Asia by the mountains. India is often called a sub-continent because it is larger and more isolated than other peninsulas.

    North of the Himalayas is the Tibetan Plateau. It is called “the roof of the world”. However, the Tibetan Plateau is very dry because the plateau and the mountains act as a gigantic rain shadow. The rain falls instead on the south side of the mountains. This has greatly influenced the climate of the Indian subcontinent. Not only does it block the extremely cold winter winds blowing from Central Asia from entering Subcontinent, it also forces the Bay of Bengal Monsoon branch to shed its moisture along NE and Northern Indian States, Bhutan, Nepal and Bangladesh.

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    03.SOLITUDE : 24:25
    04.ENERGIZE : 46:01

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  • ASIAN MUSIC IN JULY 2018 | 7/2018 ✔ 7⃣6⃣


    SouthKorea; Philippines;VietNam; China; Taiwan;Indonesia;Malaysia;HongKong;Japan; India; Nepal;Turkey; Mongolia; Thailand; Malaysia; Pakistan; Uzbekistan; Myanmar; Iraq; Sri Lanka; Cambodia.
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  • Slank feat. Yoon Band - Shout Asia


    Official Music Video from Slank feat. Yoon Band ‘Shout Asia’.
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  • Morissette Amon On Asia Song Festival 2018


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    October 3, 2018 | Throwback & Resignation (Korean Song)
    Busan, South Korea
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  • Southeast Asia Pop Music Video Of May 2018


  • East Asia modern Folks Music Compilation


    Asia traditional Folks artists have been adapting to the changes of modern music by combining EDM effects with this several thousands year old genre. Therefore, both fan of Traditional Eastern Sound and EDM can enjoy these beautiful tracks.

    0:00 [Remix]桜.華.彩 - Himmelヒメル
    4:53 せせらぎの誘う道 - ハム
    8:56 高貴さと孤高のカナル - オーライフジャパン (Circle)
    14:23 戦狂乱舞 - Sakuzyo
    18:06 Fuyunbenlang - Zeng Zhihao
    20:33 Mi decision - CHRONOS RECORD
    24:20 酔月 - aizawa_8lemo
    27:54 Saika - Rabpit
    29:50 アガルタの風 - rinx2musixxx
    34:43 Silver temple - Takahiro Eguchi
    37:12 Hua Sui Yue - V.K克
    39:59 Saigetsu - Otokaze
    42:01 桜雪摩天楼 - ハム
    46:05 心彩 - Himmelヒメル
    51:06 どろどろどーん - オーライフジャパン (Circle)
    55:24 幻想郷の二ッ岩 - rinx2musixxx
    58:45 raimykong - Rin¡¯
    1:03:39 Kozato snow - 恋月桜花

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  • South Asia


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    South Asia · Music of India,Meditation Spa

    India 2019 - The Relaxing Sounds of India (Tanpura, Sitar, Bansuri)

    ℗ 2019 Supergreen

    Released on: 2019-07-25

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  • Nepali Folk Songs - Instrumental Music


    Nepal is a country in South Asia. It is located mainly in the Himalayas. Music of Nepal refers to the various musical genres played and listened to in Nepal. With more than fifty ethnic groups, the music of Nepal is highly diverse. Musical genres from Tibet and India have greatly influenced Nepalese music.

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  • Jar Music BreakOut Festival Highlights


  • Linkin Park - Music For Relief: Rebuilding South Asia 2005


    February 18, 2005
    Anaheim, California
    Arrowhead Pond

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    00:00 . Intro
    01:16 . Don't Stay
    04:39 . Somewhere I Belong
    08:13 . Runaway
    12:42 . Frgt/10 (Live Debut, False Start, w/ Chali 2na, Keyboard Ending)
    16:43 . Breaking The Habit
    20:59 . Crawling
    25:10 . Dirt Off Your Shoulder/Lying From You (w / Jay-Z)
    29:32 . Big Pimpin'/Papercut (w / Jay-Z)
    32:05 . Jigga What/Faint (w / Jay-Z)
    36:41 . Numb/Encore (w / Jay-Z)
    40:12 . Izzo/In The End (w / Jay-Z)
    43:34 . Points Of Authority/99 Problems/One Step Closer (w / Jay-Z)

    Show Notes:
    Linkin Park and Jay-Z played a 50 minute set, opening for No Doubt.
    After 'Runaway', Mike and Chester talked about the cause for the show. The intro to 'Frgt/10' was started but Mike wanted it stopped to finish talking. Chester said, Fuck it let's play a song, the intro was restarted and Mike replied with We've never played this song live. Chali 2na joined them for the song for his verse, exchanged shoutouts with Mike afterwards and then Mike played a keyboard piece over the end of the song. This is the only time the band has ever played 'Frgt/10' live.
    On the 'Dirt Off Your Shoulder/Lying From You' intro after Mike's verse, the band completely stopped for about 10 seconds, the lights went down and Jay-Z came out before they continued the song.
    'Izzo/In The End' was performed like it was at The Roxy - after the 'In The End' verse, the band stopped to let the crowd sing the rest but they just screamed, prompting Mike to laugh.
    During 'Jigga What/Faint', Mike had problems with his in ear monitors. He stopped the show for a minute after the song and went backstage, causing Brad to perform a short guitar intro to 'Numb/Encore'.
    Jay-Z gave Music For Relief a shoutout on the 'Numb/Encore' intro.
    Before the last song, Chester got the crowd to say Hi Blink! (since Blink 182 canceled their appearance at the show) and made a joke about them.

    This was the first performance of 'Frgt/10'.

    Other Notes:
    This was a benefit show that Linkin Park created for Music For Relief and its efforts in southeast Asia after the 2004 tsunami. LP invited their friends in other bands to play the show.
    The evening also featured special educational video presentations about the disaster and relief efforts including a video documentary of Chester's recent visit to Phuket, Thailand and the outlying disaster area in Asia.
    Ozzy Osbourne was scheduled to appear, but due to a reported family emergency, he was unable to make it. Blink-182 were also supposed to perform, but dropped out with no explanation and only a couple of hours' notice.
    Guests: Alyssa Milano, Jared Leto, Davey Havok, Rob Zombie, Richard Patrick, Jason Wee Man Acuña, Gavin Rossdale, B-Real, Sen Dog. Some of them performed with Camp Freddy.

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  • SouthEast Asia Song


    Music composed by Cuong Manh Nguyen
    Violin by Cuong Manh Nguyen 05/26/2015

  • South Asian Bands Festival


    It is the only festival which brings together contemporary artists and bands from all the SAARC countries and Myanmar on one platform. Over three days artists from all these countries interact with one another and go back as ambassadors of unity and peace.

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  • Inspirational South Asia


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    Inspirational South Asia · Oriental Music Zone

    Oriental Essence of Middle East

    ℗ 2018 Magic Art Project

    Released on: 2018-09-21

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  • Southeast Asia - Sam Sine Original Music


    Music: Shanghai by Sam Sine
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    Trailer made for a 1-hour film presentation of photographs taken in Southeast Asia by Josh Manring.

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  • South Asian Festival Toronto 2016- Music


    Music Highlights..Saturday Show..July 2016

  • SUTASI 59 - Nikhil


    Nikhil performing 'Storm Without a Sky' at the 2009 SUTASI Final.

  • Slow Slow Tune, Salute Civilization. Music for Conference on Dialogue of Asian Civilizations 声声慢·致文明


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    Music 声声慢 · 致文明 (Slow Slow Tune, Salute Civilization)
    韩依霖 (Yilin Han) - China
    Fatemeh Sana - Iran
    Wania - Pakistan
    강서 운 (Gangseo Un) - South Korea
    马努俊 (Манучехр) - Tajikistan
    马松 (Рамазан) - Tajikistan
    Jarle - Indonesia

    Tutor 石栋颖 (Dongying Shi)
    Original Artist 崔开潮 (Kaichao Cui, a Chinese balladeer)

    This short film Slow Slow Tune, Salute Civilization is the theme music video for the Conference on Dialogue of Asian Civilizations, its lyrics are according to the Chinese Song dynasty lyrics Slow Slow Tune. The content focuses on the topic of the Conference on Dialogue of Asian Civilizations. Those seven teenagers are from China, South Korea (East Asia), Iran (West Asia), Pakistan (South Asia), Tajikistan (Central Asia) and Indonesia (Southeast Asia) sang in their own language.

    STONE&CHILDREN is a group of Chinese children which have attractive appearance, solid singing skills with cheerful and lovely personality, lead by tutor Mr. Dongying Shi.

  • Morissette Amon | Asias Song Festival 2018 | Resignation


    Music & Me
    Morissette Amon slays a Korean song entitled Resignation by Lee Young Hyun

    Asia's Song Festival 2018

  • Music in East - South Asia


  • James Live at OLD FORT Delhi, South Asian band Festival


    James Live at OLD FORT Delhi, South Asian band Festival

  • Richard Wolf talks about South Asian Music and the Vina


    The University of Music FRANZ LISZT Weimar welcomed the US-American musicologist Richard Wolf in May 2015 in Weimar. Togehter with David Nelson he held a seminar about South Asian Music for all students.

    Richard Wolf is Professor for Music and South Asian Studies at Harvard University, USA. He learned playing the vina, a South Indian lute, in India. The researches of Prof. Wolf focus on traditional Indian and Tajik music.

  • Aona - Indian Song - South Asia Night


    This is the musical performance in South Asia Night at International Club of Wageningen, Netherlands on Saturday night, March 29, 2008. Utara and Umila (twins) as the singers, Masboi on the djembe and Joebel on the guitar

  • Linkin Park - Music For Relief: Rebuilding South Asia


    Linkin Park performing live at Arrowhead Pond in Anaheim, California on February 18, 2005 as part of Music For Relief: Rebuilding South Asia. Recorded by JonandBT.

    01. Don't Stay
    02. Somewhere I Belong
    03. Runaway
    04. Frgt/10 (feat. Chali 2na)
    05. Breaking The Habit
    06. Crawling
    07. Dirt Off Your Shoulder/Lying From You (feat. Jay-Z)
    08. Big Pimpin'/Papercut (feat. Jay-Z)
    09. Jigga What/Faint (feat. Jay-Z)
    10. Numb/Encore (feat. Jay-Z)
    11. Izzo/In The End (feat. Jay-Z)
    12. Points Of Authority/99 Problems/One Step Closer (feat. Jay-Z)

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  • Sufi Music of India & Pakistan


    Sufi music is the devotional music of the Sufis, inspired by the works of Sufi poets. Qawwali is the most well known form of Sufi music, and is most commonly found in the Sufi culture in South Asia. However, music is also central to the Sema ceremony of the whirling dervishes, which is set to a form of music called Ayin, a vocal and instrumental piece featuring Turkish classical instruments such as the ney (a reed flute). The West African gnawa is another form, and Sufis from Indonesia to Afghanistan to Morocco have made music central to their practices. Sufi love songs are often performed as ghazals and Kafi, a solo genre accompanied by percussion and harmonium, using a repertoire of songs by Sufi poets.

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  • Nina Burmi sings Thumri | Vocal & Tabla | Indian Classical Music


    #darbarfestival | Nina Burmi uses her smooth three-octave vocal range to explore the thumri style - a semi-classical genre intimately connected with dance, poetry, and drama.
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    Thumri is a sensuous ‘light classical’ style, originating in Uttar Pradesh. The word is derived from the Hindi ‘thumakna’, meaning ‘to walk with dancing steps so as to make the ankle-bells tinkle’, and the genre remains closely connected with dance and drama. Ragas are treated more flexibly, and songs are often devotional, romantic, or even erotic in nature. Lyrics have a central role, often being based on folk tales or classical poetry, and commonly depicting the separation of lovers, or myths of Lord Krishna.

    Nina Burmi sings in the Kirana gharana style, tackling khayal, thumri, bhajan, and other forms. Currently living in the UK, she trained under the esteemed husband-wife pairing of Dilshad Khan and Parveen Sultana, and combines the latter’s wide vocal range with a more sparsely ornamented approach. In this song she is joined by top accompanists, with lyrics describing the tension and sorrow of a lover who is separated from Lord Krishna.

    Recorded for Darbar Festival 2006
    -Nina Burmi (vocal)
    -Ramesh Mishra (sarangi)
    -Sanju Sahai (tabla)

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  • South Asian Music in Canada: A Canadian Culture Online Project


    Learning the Message of Devotional Music Across Faiths:

    According to Quran: ‎God created male and female and made you into communities and tribes, so that you may know one another. (49.13)

    Historically, South Asian music flourished under the patronage of wealthy individuals and families. Today, in North America universities have become major patrons in supporting the presentation and understanding of such music, alongside community groups and music societies. Under the supervision of ethnomusicology professor Regula B. Qureshi, Karim Gillani had the opportunity to study different types of South Asian devotional music in a distinctly Canadian context. Karim has also done an extensive field research on the devotional and popular music of South Asia and Diaspora North America.

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  • Foreigner in South East Asia Official Music Video


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    I have no clue how to cross the street
    I sweat uncontrollably due to the heat
    Asian languages I can’t distinguish
    I don’t deserve to get paid to teach English
    cuz I’m a foreigner in South East Asia

    The local food is delicious I love it
    But I can’t eat street food, cause I have a weak stomach
    I struggle with chopsticks when I eat noodles and rice
    When I bargain I pay a higher price
    Cause I’m a foreigner in South East Asia

    I’m horrible at driving my motorbike
    At 165, it's an above average height
    People think I’m 50, when I grow out my beard
    My family back home thinks I’m really weird
    'Cause I'm a foreigner in South East Asia

    I get cheap massages all the time
    WhenI say hello, I flash the peace sign
    cheap booze and cigarettes are so great
    And I get compliments for being overweight
    Cause I’m a foreigner in SE Asia

    I get people flappin their hands in Vietnam
    And in Thailand they call me Farang…when im in a tuk tuk
    I can’t differentiate Khmer and Thai
    And I barely remember Laos because my entire trip there I was HIGH

    I wonder do what the locals think of me
    Children waiving and pointing, in harmony
    I’m sure they’re just as confused
    Why does this white guy never take off his shoes?

    Cause I'm a Foreigner in South East Asia!

  • Mizz Taj Performance at Mosaic South Asian Festival 2016 part 3


    Check out part 3 of Mizz Taj performing at Mosaic South Asian Festival.

  • South Asian Bands Festival 2009 Part 3


    The South Asian Bands Festival was a three-day musical extravaganza featuring fourteen popular rock bands from across seven nations at Purana Qila, New Delhi from February 20, 2009 - February 22, 2009.

    Presenting various genres of music ranging from the ethnic to the fusion, the participating bands performing from India were Vishal-Shekhar (Mumbai), Jasbir Jassi (Delhi), Parikrama (Delhi), Them Clones (Delhi), Agnee Band (Pune), Shaair + Func (Mumbai), Swarathma (Bangalore) and Skinny Alley (Kolkata). The other performing bands were Aryan Band (Afghanistan), Miles (Bangladesh), Soul Sounds (Sri Lanka), Robin & The Revolution (Nepal), Trio (Maldives) and Who's Your Daddy (Bhutan).

    The South Asian Bands festival is a tribute to music and it's ability to transcend language, boundaries, people and culture. This musical celebration is an endeavor by the Government of India to commemorate the spirit of the South Asian Association for regional co-operation also known as SAARC.

    Director : Samira Kanwar

    Director : Samira Kanwar

    Day 3 features bands from India namely Swaratma from Bengaluru and Vishal- Shekar from Mumbai, COBWEBS- a popular band from Nepal and TRIO from Maldives. With these amazing performances the 3 day musical extravaganza came to an end.

  • Zochreynu lChaim - South Asia


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  • Tera Bina Yun Gharriyan Beeteen | Masood Rana | Showwcase South Asia - Vol.20


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  • Berklee Indian Ensemble ft Shankar Mahadevan - 5 Peace Band


    The Berklee Indian Ensemble is delighted to present “5 Peace Band” featuring renowned Indian composer and vocalist, Shankar Mahadevan. Composed by John McLaughlin, “5 Peace Band” was most notably performed by 'Remember Shakti', the reformation of 1970s indo-jazz fusion group, 'Shakti'. Led by John McLaughlin (guitar) and Zakir Hussain (tabla), 'Remember Shakti' included U. Shrinivas (mandolin), Shankar Mahadevan (vocals), and V. Selvaganesh (kanjira, ghatam, mridangam).

    It was indeed an honor for our Berklee Indian Ensemble musicians to reinterpret such an iconic composition, and collaborate on this live performance with Shankar Ji as part of the fourth Berklee India Exchange (BIX) Artist Residency. We also dedicate this video in tribute to John McLaughlin who will receive an Honorary Doctorate from Berklee College of Music on July 10th, 2017 in Valencia, Spain.

    About the Berklee Indian Ensemble:
    Founded in 2011 by faculty member, Annette Philip, the Berklee Indian Ensemble is one of largest and most diverse ensembles at Berklee. Apart from performing original compositions and arrangements, the Berklee Indian Ensemble tours internationally, presents a wide array of South Asian folk, classical, and popular music, and has collaborated with various world renowned artists.

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    “5 Peace Band written by John McLaughlin
    Arranger: Guy Bernfeld
    Shankar Mahadevan vocal solo transcription: Aleif Hamdan and Rohith Jayaraman
    Producer: Artistic Director, Berklee India Exchange: Annette Philip
    Assistant Manager, Berklee India Exchange: Rohith Jayaraman
    Artist Relations: Managing Director, Berklee India Exchange, Clint Valladares

    Berklee Indian Ensemble members:
    Voice: Rohith Jayaraman (San Jose, CA)
    Violin: Layth Sidiq (Amman, Jordan)
    Electric Guitar: Aleif Hamdan (Jakarta, Indonesia)
    Keyboard: Yotam Ishay (Afula, Israel)
    Bass: Guy Bernfeld (Herzliya, Israel)
    Tabla: Giridaran Subramaniam (Bengaluru, India)
    Drum Set: Yogev Gabay (Be'er Sheva, Israel)

    Video Production: Audrey Harrer
    Camera Operators: Audrey H, Kevin Greene, Jeannie Greeley, Joe Barnard, Sam Harchik

    Recorded live at the Berklee Performance Center
    Recording Engineer: Alejandro Rodriguez, Professor, Music Production and Engineering, Berklee College of Music
    Mixing Engineer: Andres González Cardona
    Mastering: Jonathan Wyner #berklee #berkleecollegeofmusic

  • National Anthem of India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Nepal, Afghanistan, Sri Lanka, Maldives, Bhutan



    South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation

    South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation ( SAARC ) is an economic and poltical organization of eight contries in southern Asia.It was established on December 8, 1985 .

    SAARC members

    1) Nepal
    2) India
    3) Pakistan
    4) Afghanistan
    5) Sri Lanka
    6) Maldives
    7) Bangladesh
    8) Bhutan


    Long Live relationship of SAARC Countries

    SAARC Logo Derigner is Sailendra Maharjan from Nepal.

    National Anthem of Nepal

    Lyrics : - Pradeep kumar Rai.( Byakul Maila )
    Music : - Amber Gurung
    Adopted : - 3 August 2006

    National Anthem of India

    Lyrics : - Rabindranath Tagore
    Music : - Rabindranath Tagore
    Adopted : - 24 January 1950

    National Anthem of Pakistan

    Lyrics : - Hafeez Jullundhri
    Music : - Ahmad G. Chagla
    Adopted : - 13 August 1954

    National Anthem of Afganistan

    Lyrics : - Abdul Bari Jahani
    Music : - Babrak Wassa
    Adopted : - May 2006

    National Anthem of Sri Lanka

    Lyrics : - Ananda Samarakoon
    Music : - Ananda Samarakoon
    Adopted : - 1951

    National Anthem of Maldives

    Lyrics : - Muhammad Jameel Didi
    Music : - Pandith Amaradva

    National Anthem of Bangladesh

    Lyrics : - Rabindranath Tagore
    Music : - Gagan Harkara
    Adopted : - 1971

    National Anthem of Bhutan

    Lyrics : - Dorji Lopen Droep Namgay Dasho Gyalduh Thinley
    Music : - Aku Tongmi
    Adopted : - 1953


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  • No Doubt at the Music for Relief: Rebuilding South Asia


    No Doubt at the 'Music for Relief: Rebuilding South Asia' Benefit Show at Arrowhead Pond in Aneheim, California on February 18, 2005

  • South Asian Music Concert



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  • The Music of Islam, Vol. 2: Music of the South Sinai Bedouins


    Artists: Abdallah, Hemeid - vocals
    Abdallah, Mohamed - vocals
    Awad, Hussein - vocals
    Hamdan, Meneify - vocals
    Hemeid, Aly - vocals
    Hussein, Soliman - percussion
    Ouda, Haj-Mohamed - rebab
    Ouda, Haj-Mohamed - vocals
    Seliman, Selim - oud
    Seliman, Selim - vocals
    Soliman, Mosallam - vocals
    Album: The Music of Islam, Vol. 2: Music of the South Sinai Bedouins
    Year: 1998

    Ten years in the making, The Music of Islam series recorded in Egypt, Morocco, Tunisia, Turkey, Yemen, Pakistan, Indonesia, Iran and Qatar represents the most comprehensive sound documentation available to Westerners today, of a world religion dating back to 1/622. Although governed by strict rules for fourteen centuries, contact with other cultures has radically affected Islamic music throughout history. As the world enters the XV/21st century the timing of this collection serves an even larger purpose, documenting the traditions that have survived and will continue to survive for centuries to come. Today, one fifth of the world's population, one billion people, are Muslims, occupying a large territory stretching from the Atlantic shore of north and west Africa, through west, central, and south Asia to island southeast Asia, and attracting an increasing following in India, western Europe, north America, east Asia, and southern Africa. This is a global presence which cannot be ignored.

    Nearly all traditions of Arabic music, including Egyptian, are strongly defined by rhythm. A glance at the history and structure of Arabic music, the most modern of which is based in Egypt, imparts an insight into an unheard of multifaceted aspect of traditions and functions; styles and repertoires, genres and instruments, forms, and structural principles. Arabic music shows a dynamic and changing historical evolution. This first volume in The Music of Islam series clearly reflects this, belonging to both old and new styles—in repertoire The Sinai, under the control of Egypt today, is a triangular peninsula bridging North Africa and the Middle East. The unique and varied landscape, resources, demands and dangers of the South Sinai has allowed the Bedouin there to develop their own lifestyle and culture. The Bedouin music culture also developed against the backdrop of the desert—a place of intense silence. Out of the silence, the desert Bedouin culture has evolved a profound sensitivity and mystical appreciation for sound which permeates every aspect of Bedouin life. The piercing cry of women's ululations express acclaim on festive occasions, the plaintive melody of the shepherdess's flute accompanies her watch over the sheep and goats, and the rhythmic beating of framedrums exorcise evil spirits from holy places and tombs. But for the Bedouin, the most subtle and charged of man-made sounds is the spoken or sung word.

    Bedouin music is probably the oldest part of the entire repertoire of folk music in the Arab world. Thus, this recording is a celebration as well as a sound document of their traditional culture and unique identity.

    [0:00] Ba'ad al-'asaha (After Dinner)
    [6:01] Fi solam al taeira (On the Aircraft Steps)
    [9:02] Lala todayeqoun al-Tarfi (Do Not Bother al-Tarfi)
    [13:38] El banat metalemat (The Girls are Educated)
    [17:01] Ibnattan 'Arabiyattan (Arab Girl)
    [22:24] Mili 'allaya mili (Lean on Me, Lean)
    [27:58] Qasidah (Poem)
    [32:11] Ya rim (Oh Gazelle)
    [37:12] Allah ani talabtak, ma talabt al-bakhil (God I Asked You)
    [41:01] Ya warid al-ma, asqini sharaban (You Who are Going to the Water Hole, Give Me a Drink)
    [45:30] Sid el'Arab (Master of the Arabs)
    [48:43] Nartiji wa al-raja fi Allah (We Hope in God)
    [51:35] Khelli ya khelli (Beloved Oh Beloved)
    [56:02] Gal al wada' (She Said Farewell)
    [59:41] Barhum ya barhum (Abraham, Oh Abraham)
    [1:04:43] Ahlan wa sahlan (Welcome, Welcome)

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  • Beethoven Symphony No.5 Op.67 | Chiragh The South Asian Symphony Orchestra | Alvin Seville Arumugam


    Symphony No. 5, Op. 67 by Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827)
    Performed by the South Asian Symphony Orchestra
    Alvin Seville Arumugam, conductor

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