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  • Ustad Shujaat Khan ji And Ustad Zakir Hussain ji Live in Concert .PART 2

    1:12:21

    One of the Best Indian Classical musical concert with Ustad Shujaat Khan ji And Ustad Zakir Hussain ji.

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  • Tumhare Shehar Ka Mausam by Ustad Shujaat Khan | Live | Virasat - Spic Macay | 2017 | IIT Guwahati

    23:48

    Noted sitar player Ustad Shujaat Khan performing at SPIC MACAY Virasat, IIT Guwahati on 26 August 2017. He was accompanied by two very talented tabla players Shri. Amjad Khan and Shri. Arunangshu Chaudhary

    List of songs
    Tumhaare sheher ka mausam bada suhaana hai
    Ye inayatein ghazab ki
    Piya ghar aaye
    Chaap tilak sab cheeni re
    Vaishnav Jan

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  • Ustad Shujaat Hussain Khan - Chhap Tilak Orignal Version - Ameer Khusru - by roothmens

    12:14

    *All rights are reserved to the song owners or licensed.*
    * It is not intended to violate copyrighted material, which all belongs to its receptive owners.This Video Is Entertainment Purpuse Only.*
    Shujaat Husain Khan (born 19 May 1960) is an Indian musician and sitar player of the Imdadkhani gharana A(school of music). He has recorded over 60 albums and was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best World Music Album for his work with the band Ghazal with Iranian musician Kayhan Kalhor. He also sings frequently. His style of sitar playing, known as gayaki ang, aims to imitate the human voice.
    Born in Calcutta to legendary sitar player, Ustad Vilayat Khan. He has musical pedigree that goes back seven generations: his grandfather, Ustad Enayat Khan; his great-grandfather, Ustad Imdad Khan; and his great-great-grandfather, Ustad Sahebdad Khan - all leading artists and torchbearers of the Imdadkhani gharana with its roots in Mymensingh (present day Bangladesh). He has a brother, sitarist Hidayat Khan and sisters sufi singer, Zila Khan and Yaman Khan.
    Shujaat Husain Khan has performed at numerous music festivals in India and has traveled around the world performing in Asia, Africa, North America and Europe.
    His approach to rhythm is largely intuitive, fresh and spontaneous, always astonishing his audiences. He is also known for his exceptional voice, which he uses for singing folk songs, including the album Lajo Lajo, as well as poetry, as in Hazaron Khwaishen.
    Shujaat Khan was featured in the concerts celebrating India's 60th anniversary of independence in 2007, and performed at the Carnegie Hall, New York, Paramount Theater, Seattle, and Meyers Symphony Theater, Dallas. In a special performance, he also played at the United Nations in the Assembly Hall, Geneva.
    His memorable appearances include performance at the Royal Albert Hall in London, Royce Hall in Los Angeles and Congress Hall in Berlin. In the summer of 1999, he was the featured soloist with the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra. His collaboration with different genres of music has been a very strong point as is evidenced by the enormously successful Indo-Persian venture, the Ghazal Ensemble. Their album, Rain, was nominated for a Grammy award in 2004.
    In January 2000, the Boston Herald listed Shujaat Khan, along with luminaries like Seiji Ozawa and Luciano Pavarotti among the top 25 upcoming cultural events for the year.
    He has been invited as visiting faculty at the Dartington School of Music in England, the University of Washington in Seattle, and at UCLA.
    He is also known as a fearless collaborator, lately having done wide ranging concerts with artists as diverse as Karsh Kale to a successful Jugalbandi with Pioneer Hindustani Vocalist Ustad Rashid Khan. One of the best remembered collaborations of the year 2009-2010 happens to be Melange. Featuring Tim Ries on the saxophone, Kevin Hays on the piano, Karsh Kale on percussion, Katayoun Goudarzi on vocals, Ustaad Shujaat Khan on sitar, Karl Peters on bass and Yogesh Samsi on tabla, Melange has toured extensively across India.
    Ustad Shujaat Khan has recently tied up with Inroom Records, a Mumbai-based experimental / fusion label and artist management company, to handle his collaborative work.

  • Shujaat Khan sings Amir Khusrau

    10:00

    2008. 22nd November, Saturday
    Trafó, Budapest

    Ustad Shujaat Khan (Sitar, Vocal) singing a poem of Amir Khusrau with Parthasarathy Mukherjee (Tabla).
    Shujaat Khan info:

    Amir Khusrau info:

    The concert took place at Trafo (Budapest, Hungary) on 22.11.2008. as the 6th concert of the Masters of Indian Classical Music Series.

    More about the concert series:

    Shujaat Husain Khan (born 14 August, 1960) is a noted Indian musician and sitar player belonging to the Imdadkhani gharana. He has over 60 albums to his credit besides a Grammy nomination. He has also been acclaimed for his vocals, and has performed in the band Ghazal with Kayhan Kalhor. His style known as the gayaki ang, is imitative of the subtleties of the human voice.

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  • 26th Baithak Unique Artistry of Ustad Shujaat Hussain Khan

    2:6:57

    26th Baithak
    23rd July 2017
    Unique Artistry of Ustad Shujaat Hussain Khan
    Pandit Arvind Parikh in dialogue with Ustad Shujaat Hussain Khan

    Sorry for the inconvenience, Video footages are not available

    01;48;58;05 to 01;50;02;12 (1 Minitue 4 Seconds)

    02;06;01;22 to 02;06;56;54 (55 Seconds)

    *** Reason -
    1. Lost of those footages of that camera I had lost on that day.
    2. Battery changing.
    3. Memory Card changing.

  • Strings of Romance Audio Jukebox HD | Hindustani Classical | Ustad Shujaat Khan

    2:2:16

    STRINGS OF ROMANCE - Ustad Shujaat Khan, son and disciple of the great sitarist Ustad Vilayat Khan has a unique style of playing sitar, known as the gayaki ang, an imitative of the subtleties of the human voice. Audiences around the world are captivated by his unique style of sitar playing, his exceptional voice and his intuitive and spontaneous approach to rhythm. This album Strings of Romance as the name suggests has ragas that evoke the feeling of romance like Shyam Kalyan, Khem, Charukesi etc.

    Track Details :

    1. Raaga Alhaiya Bilawal - 00:07
    2. Raaga Jhinjhoti - 10:39
    3. Raaga Raageshree - 20:56
    4. Raaga Shyam Kalyan - 30:47
    5. Raaga Kamod - 41:13
    6. Raaga Goud Malhaar - 51:22
    7. Raaga Shudh Kalyan - 01:00:42
    8. Raaga Yaman Kalyan - 01:11:10
    9. Raaga Khem - 01:21:28
    10. Raaga Charukeshi - 01:31:47
    11. Raaga Tilak Kamod - 01:42:51
    12. Raaga Jansam Mohini - 01:51:57


    Label :: SAREGAMA

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  • Tribute to Jagjit Singh by Ustad Shujaat Husain Khan | Audio Jukebox

    26:39

    Ustad Shujaat Khan renowned Classical artist pays musical tribute to the Legend Jagjit Singh Ji. The jukebox comprises of famous Ghazals like Sarakti Jaye Hai Rukh Se Naqab, Bahut Pahele Se Un Kadmo Ki etc. previously sung by Jagjit Singh, re-sung by Ustad Shujaat Khan.

    Track List::
    - Sarakti Jaye Hai Rukh Se Naqab Aahista Aahista (00:00)
    - Bahut Pahele Se Un Kadmo Ki Aahat Jaan Lete Hain (07:34)
    - Gham Badhe Aate Hain Qatil Ki Nigahon Ki Tarah (14:07)
    - Kal Chaudhvin Ki Raat Thi (20:45)

    Song: Sarakti Jaye Hai Rukh Se Naqab Aahista Aahista
    Artist: Ustad Shujaat Husain Khan
    Music: Jagjit Singh/Shujaat Husain Khan (Music Re-Arrange)
    Lyrics: Ameer Meenai (Traditional)
    Mood: Romantic
    Theme: Happy

    Song: Bahut Pahele Se Un Kadmo Ki Aahat Jaan Lete Hain
    Artist: Ustad Shujaat Husain Khan
    Music: Jagjit Singh/Shujaat Husain Khan (Music Re-Arrange)
    Lyrics: Firaq Gorakhpuri
    Mood: Romantic
    Theme: Happy

    Song: Gham Badhe Aate Hain Qatil Ki Nigahon Ki Tarah
    Artist: Ustad Shujaat Husain Khan
    Music: Jagjit Singh/Shujaat Husain Khan (Music Re-Arrange)
    Lyrics: Sudarshan Faakir
    Mood: Romantic
    Theme: Sad

    Song: Kal Chaudhvin Ki Raat Thi
    Artist: Ustad Shujaat Husain Khan
    Music: Jagjit Singh/Shujaat Husain Khan (Music Re-Arrange)
    Lyrics: Ibn-E-Insha
    Mood: Romantic
    Theme: Happy

    Label :: Saregama India Ltd

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  • Ustad Shujaat Hussain Khan - Ye Inayteen Ghazab ki - by roothmens

    9:45

    *All rights are reserved to the song owners or licensed.*
    * It is not intended to violate copyrighted material, which all belongs to its receptive owners.This Video Is Entertainment Purpuse Only.*
    Shujaat Husain Khan (born 19 May 1960) is an Indian musician and sitar player of the Imdadkhani gharana A(school of music). He has recorded over 60 albums and was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best World Music Album for his work with the band Ghazal with Iranian musician Kayhan Kalhor. He also sings frequently. His style of sitar playing, known as gayaki ang, aims to imitate the human voice.
    Born in Calcutta to legendary sitar player, Ustad Vilayat Khan. He has musical pedigree that goes back seven generations: his grandfather, Ustad Enayat Khan; his great-grandfather, Ustad Imdad Khan; and his great-great-grandfather, Ustad Sahebdad Khan - all leading artists and torchbearers of the Imdadkhani gharana with its roots in Mymensingh (present day Bangladesh). He has a brother, sitarist Hidayat Khan and sisters sufi singer, Zila Khan and Yaman Khan.
    Shujaat Husain Khan has performed at numerous music festivals in India and has traveled around the world performing in Asia, Africa, North America and Europe.
    His approach to rhythm is largely intuitive, fresh and spontaneous, always astonishing his audiences. He is also known for his exceptional voice, which he uses for singing folk songs, including the album Lajo Lajo, as well as poetry, as in Hazaron Khwaishen.
    Shujaat Khan was featured in the concerts celebrating India's 60th anniversary of independence in 2007, and performed at the Carnegie Hall, New York, Paramount Theater, Seattle, and Meyers Symphony Theater, Dallas. In a special performance, he also played at the United Nations in the Assembly Hall, Geneva.
    His memorable appearances include performance at the Royal Albert Hall in London, Royce Hall in Los Angeles and Congress Hall in Berlin. In the summer of 1999, he was the featured soloist with the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra. His collaboration with different genres of music has been a very strong point as is evidenced by the enormously successful Indo-Persian venture, the Ghazal Ensemble. Their album, Rain, was nominated for a Grammy award in 2004.
    In January 2000, the Boston Herald listed Shujaat Khan, along with luminaries like Seiji Ozawa and Luciano Pavarotti among the top 25 upcoming cultural events for the year.
    He has been invited as visiting faculty at the Dartington School of Music in England, the University of Washington in Seattle, and at UCLA.
    He is also known as a fearless collaborator, lately having done wide ranging concerts with artists as diverse as Karsh Kale to a successful Jugalbandi with Pioneer Hindustani Vocalist Ustad Rashid Khan. One of the best remembered collaborations of the year 2009-2010 happens to be Melange. Featuring Tim Ries on the saxophone, Kevin Hays on the piano, Karsh Kale on percussion, Katayoun Goudarzi on vocals, Ustaad Shujaat Khan on sitar, Karl Peters on bass and Yogesh Samsi on tabla, Melange has toured extensively across India.
    Ustad Shujaat Khan has recently tied up with Inroom Records, a Mumbai-based experimental / fusion label and artist management company, to handle his collaborative work.

  • Ustad Shujaat Hussain Khan - Main to Pia Se Naina - Orignal Version - Ameer Khusru - by roothmens

    9:59

    *All rights are reserved to the song owners or licensed.*
    * It is not intended to violate copyrighted material, which all belongs to its receptive owners.This Video Is Entertainment Purpuse Only.*
    Shujaat Husain Khan (born 19 May 1960) is an Indian musician and sitar player of the Imdadkhani gharana A(school of music). He has recorded over 60 albums and was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best World Music Album for his work with the band Ghazal with Iranian musician Kayhan Kalhor. He also sings frequently. His style of sitar playing, known as gayaki ang, aims to imitate the human voice.
    Born in Calcutta to legendary sitar player, Ustad Vilayat Khan. He has musical pedigree that goes back seven generations: his grandfather, Ustad Enayat Khan; his great-grandfather, Ustad Imdad Khan; and his great-great-grandfather, Ustad Sahebdad Khan - all leading artists and torchbearers of the Imdadkhani gharana with its roots in Mymensingh (present day Bangladesh). He has a brother, sitarist Hidayat Khan and sisters sufi singer, Zila Khan and Yaman Khan.
    Shujaat Husain Khan has performed at numerous music festivals in India and has traveled around the world performing in Asia, Africa, North America and Europe.
    His approach to rhythm is largely intuitive, fresh and spontaneous, always astonishing his audiences. He is also known for his exceptional voice, which he uses for singing folk songs, including the album Lajo Lajo, as well as poetry, as in Hazaron Khwaishen.
    Shujaat Khan was featured in the concerts celebrating India's 60th anniversary of independence in 2007, and performed at the Carnegie Hall, New York, Paramount Theater, Seattle, and Meyers Symphony Theater, Dallas. In a special performance, he also played at the United Nations in the Assembly Hall, Geneva.
    His memorable appearances include performance at the Royal Albert Hall in London, Royce Hall in Los Angeles and Congress Hall in Berlin. In the summer of 1999, he was the featured soloist with the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra. His collaboration with different genres of music has been a very strong point as is evidenced by the enormously successful Indo-Persian venture, the Ghazal Ensemble. Their album, Rain, was nominated for a Grammy award in 2004.
    In January 2000, the Boston Herald listed Shujaat Khan, along with luminaries like Seiji Ozawa and Luciano Pavarotti among the top 25 upcoming cultural events for the year.
    He has been invited as visiting faculty at the Dartington School of Music in England, the University of Washington in Seattle, and at UCLA.
    He is also known as a fearless collaborator, lately having done wide ranging concerts with artists as diverse as Karsh Kale to a successful Jugalbandi with Pioneer Hindustani Vocalist Ustad Rashid Khan. One of the best remembered collaborations of the year 2009-2010 happens to be Melange. Featuring Tim Ries on the saxophone, Kevin Hays on the piano, Karsh Kale on percussion, Katayoun Goudarzi on vocals, Ustaad Shujaat Khan on sitar, Karl Peters on bass and Yogesh Samsi on tabla, Melange has toured extensively across India.
    Ustad Shujaat Khan has recently tied up with Inroom Records, a Mumbai-based experimental / fusion label and artist management company, to handle his collaborative work.

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  • Raag Alhaiya Bilawal | Ustad Shujaat Khan & Pandit Swapan Chaudhuri | Sitar & Tabla | Music of India

    8:17

    #darbarfestival | “At the age of 17 I left home to carve my own life...rebellion is not easy to stomach. Sleeping exposed in public parks...it is a very tough call.” (Shujaat Khan)
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    Shujaat Khan hails from the illustrious Etawah (‘Imdadkhani’) gharana alongside greats such as Imdad Khan, Imrat Khan, and Shahid Parvez. His famous father Vilayat was a highly demanding teacher: “after strumming the strings of the sitar for several exhausting hours, overnight practice that would make my fingers bleed, he felt that I wasn’t good enough. When I performed, there was always the burden of matching the sky-high expectations”.

    Despite learning his father’s musical style in impressive depth, their personal bond became strained: “At the age of 17 I left home to carve my own life...rebellion is not easy to stomach. Sleeping exposed in public parks, washing utensils to fund your food, no certainty of your present or future and devoid of familial support, it is a very tough call.”

    But he eventually forged his own successful career, taking his family’s innovations in gayaki ang (singing style) even further by singing in unison with his instrument. He has worked in fusion settings, soloing with the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra and forming the Grammy-nominated band Ghazal with Swapan Chaudhuri on tabla and Kayhan Kalhor on Persian kamancheh.

    “I can’t say I am against tradition; on the other hand I am considered an open modern man – I have never forced lifestyle choices on either of my children; my music reflects my nature and has a lot of new with the old.” (Shujaat Khan)

    Swapan Chaudhari is a living legend of the tabla. Born into a large Bengali family, his father was a doctor and composer who encouraged the discipline of music practice while also expressing reservations about the idea of it as a career. But his first guru Santosh Krishna Biswas recognised his extraordinary talent, which also caught the ears of sarod great Ali Akbar Khan, who lived on the same block as the family. By the age of ten he was accompanying the latter to the Ali Akbar Khan College of Music in California, helping with lesson demonstrations.

    But he did not turn to tabla full-time yet, completing an economics degree and almost pursuing further study at Harvard. But Hindustani music’s inescapable call beckoned, and he commenced a masters’ degree in it before launching into a stellar career, quickly turning the heads of senior artists and soon becoming the Ali Akbar Khan College of Music’s first director of percussion.

    He has accompanied several generations of top musicians, energetically committing himself to a performance schedule that would exhaust musicians half his age (once he accompanied eight top artists in 24 hours, including Nikhil Banerjee, Amjad Ali Khan, Pandit Jasraj, and Bhimsen Joshi). Alongside classical performance he has worked with artists including Stevie Wonder, Larry Coryell, and Kayhan Kalhor, and shows few signs of slowing down, saying that “tabla is limitless. I never want to stop. Listen to more of Swapan here:
    -Dhir Dhir |

    Recorded at Darbar Festival 2012, at London’s Southbank Centre:
    -Shujaat Khan (sitar)
    -Swapan Chaudhuri (tabla)

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  • Ustad Shujaat Khan ji And Ustad Zakir Hussain ji Live in Concert .PART 1

    36:47

    One of the Best Indian Classical musical concert with Ustad Shujaat Khan ji And Ustad Zakir Hussain ji.

  • Ustad Vilayat Khan & Ustad Shujaat Khan- Bhairavi

    25:34

    Ustad Vilayat Khan & Ustad Shujaat Khan- Bhairavi with Ustad Zakir Hussain, NY, 1997

  • Ustad Shujaat Hussain Khan - Sunset With Raga Durga - by roothmens

    23:04

    *All rights are reserved to the song owners or licensed.*
    * It is not intended to violate copyrighted material, which all belongs to its receptive owners.This Video Is Entertainment Purpuse Only.*
    Shujaat Husain Khan (born 19 May 1960) is an Indian musician and sitar player of the Imdadkhani gharana A(school of music). He has recorded over 60 albums and was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best World Music Album for his work with the band Ghazal with Iranian musician Kayhan Kalhor. He also sings frequently. His style of sitar playing, known as gayaki ang, aims to imitate the human voice.
    Born in Calcutta to legendary sitar player, Ustad Vilayat Khan. He has musical pedigree that goes back seven generations: his grandfather, Ustad Enayat Khan; his great-grandfather, Ustad Imdad Khan; and his great-great-grandfather, Ustad Sahebdad Khan - all leading artists and torchbearers of the Imdadkhani gharana with its roots in Mymensingh (present day Bangladesh). He has a brother, sitarist Hidayat Khan and sisters sufi singer, Zila Khan and Yaman Khan.
    Shujaat Husain Khan has performed at numerous music festivals in India and has traveled around the world performing in Asia, Africa, North America and Europe.
    His approach to rhythm is largely intuitive, fresh and spontaneous, always astonishing his audiences. He is also known for his exceptional voice, which he uses for singing folk songs, including the album Lajo Lajo, as well as poetry, as in Hazaron Khwaishen.
    Shujaat Khan was featured in the concerts celebrating India's 60th anniversary of independence in 2007, and performed at the Carnegie Hall, New York, Paramount Theater, Seattle, and Meyers Symphony Theater, Dallas. In a special performance, he also played at the United Nations in the Assembly Hall, Geneva.
    His memorable appearances include performance at the Royal Albert Hall in London, Royce Hall in Los Angeles and Congress Hall in Berlin. In the summer of 1999, he was the featured soloist with the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra. His collaboration with different genres of music has been a very strong point as is evidenced by the enormously successful Indo-Persian venture, the Ghazal Ensemble. Their album, Rain, was nominated for a Grammy award in 2004.
    In January 2000, the Boston Herald listed Shujaat Khan, along with luminaries like Seiji Ozawa and Luciano Pavarotti among the top 25 upcoming cultural events for the year.
    He has been invited as visiting faculty at the Dartington School of Music in England, the University of Washington in Seattle, and at UCLA.
    He is also known as a fearless collaborator, lately having done wide ranging concerts with artists as diverse as Karsh Kale to a successful Jugalbandi with Pioneer Hindustani Vocalist Ustad Rashid Khan. One of the best remembered collaborations of the year 2009-2010 happens to be Melange. Featuring Tim Ries on the saxophone, Kevin Hays on the piano, Karsh Kale on percussion, Katayoun Goudarzi on vocals, Ustaad Shujaat Khan on sitar, Karl Peters on bass and Yogesh Samsi on tabla, Melange has toured extensively across India.
    Ustad Shujaat Khan has recently tied up with Inroom Records, a Mumbai-based experimental / fusion label and artist management company, to handle his collaborative work.

  • Bhulaane Me Jinko Zamaane Lage | Minu Bakshi & Ustaad Shujaat Husain Khan

    12:12

    Bhulaane Mein Jinko is an epic collaboration. The simplicity and depth of Minu Bakshi’s poetry combines effortlessly and elegantly with Ustad Shujaat Hussain Khans composition and the music and the song flow as one.

    This ghazal was selected by the sitar maestro himself from her book Mauj-e Saraab who remarked that there was immense depth in the verses even as they were easily understood by all and not just by Urdu speakers.

    Lovers of Minu Bakshi’s poetry across the world will fall in love with this love song!

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    Singer : Minu Bakshi & Ustaad Shujaat Husain Khan
    Music : Composed by: Ustaad Shujaat Husain Khan
    Video : Directed by Adrian Shepherd ( Superfly Productions)
    Video Edit : Anupam Majumdhar
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  • Chaap Tilak

    12:02

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    Chaap Tilak · Shujaat Husain Khan

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  • Ustads Vilayat Khan & Shujaat Khan - Live Concert - Ragas Shahana & Bageshree

    1:37:02

    Raga Shahana : Alap, Jor, Jhala, Vilambit Gat in Teental
    Raga Bageshree : Drut Gat in Teental

    Performed in Jugalbandi by :

    Ustad Vilayat Khan - Sitar
    Ustad Shujaat Khan - Surbahar

    Accompanist : Ustad Sabir Khan - Tabla

    Live at the Royal Festival Hall, London, UK
    25th November, 1993

    Album : Bequest
    Copyright : Navras Records

    For listening pleasure only. Copyright violation or infringement of any kind is NOT meant or intended.

  • Ustad Shujaat Hussain Khan - Raga Mishra Bhairavi - - by roothmens

    17:29

    *All rights are reserved to the song owners or licensed.*
    * It is not intended to violate copyrighted material, which all belongs to its receptive owners.This Video Is Entertainment Purpuse Only.*
    Shujaat Husain Khan (born 19 May 1960) is an Indian musician and sitar player of the Imdadkhani gharana A(school of music). He has recorded over 60 albums and was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best World Music Album for his work with the band Ghazal with Iranian musician Kayhan Kalhor. He also sings frequently. His style of sitar playing, known as gayaki ang, aims to imitate the human voice.
    Born in Calcutta to legendary sitar player, Ustad Vilayat Khan. He has musical pedigree that goes back seven generations: his grandfather, Ustad Enayat Khan; his great-grandfather, Ustad Imdad Khan; and his great-great-grandfather, Ustad Sahebdad Khan - all leading artists and torchbearers of the Imdadkhani gharana with its roots in Mymensingh (present day Bangladesh). He has a brother, sitarist Hidayat Khan and sisters sufi singer, Zila Khan and Yaman Khan.
    Shujaat Husain Khan has performed at numerous music festivals in India and has traveled around the world performing in Asia, Africa, North America and Europe.
    His approach to rhythm is largely intuitive, fresh and spontaneous, always astonishing his audiences. He is also known for his exceptional voice, which he uses for singing folk songs, including the album Lajo Lajo, as well as poetry, as in Hazaron Khwaishen.
    Shujaat Khan was featured in the concerts celebrating India's 60th anniversary of independence in 2007, and performed at the Carnegie Hall, New York, Paramount Theater, Seattle, and Meyers Symphony Theater, Dallas. In a special performance, he also played at the United Nations in the Assembly Hall, Geneva.
    His memorable appearances include performance at the Royal Albert Hall in London, Royce Hall in Los Angeles and Congress Hall in Berlin. In the summer of 1999, he was the featured soloist with the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra. His collaboration with different genres of music has been a very strong point as is evidenced by the enormously successful Indo-Persian venture, the Ghazal Ensemble. Their album, Rain, was nominated for a Grammy award in 2004.
    In January 2000, the Boston Herald listed Shujaat Khan, along with luminaries like Seiji Ozawa and Luciano Pavarotti among the top 25 upcoming cultural events for the year.
    He has been invited as visiting faculty at the Dartington School of Music in England, the University of Washington in Seattle, and at UCLA.
    He is also known as a fearless collaborator, lately having done wide ranging concerts with artists as diverse as Karsh Kale to a successful Jugalbandi with Pioneer Hindustani Vocalist Ustad Rashid Khan. One of the best remembered collaborations of the year 2009-2010 happens to be Melange. Featuring Tim Ries on the saxophone, Kevin Hays on the piano, Karsh Kale on percussion, Katayoun Goudarzi on vocals, Ustaad Shujaat Khan on sitar, Karl Peters on bass and Yogesh Samsi on tabla, Melange has toured extensively across India.
    Ustad Shujaat Khan has recently tied up with Inroom Records, a Mumbai-based experimental / fusion label and artist management company, to handle his collaborative work.

  • bollywood india Most soulful beautiful sufi song Kubaku shujaat khan

    7:36

    Singer : Ustad Shujaat khan

    Singer : Azaan Khan

    Music : Ustad Shujaat Khan

    lyrics : Adheesh

    Music arrangement : Arvinder sharma

    Music production : amit Jain

    Video Concept, production design, editing and direction : amit Jain

    Cinematographer : Shubhra Dutta

    Production : Dare Pictures

  • Ustad Shujaat Hussain Khan - Bhagat Kabir - Amir Khusru - by roothmens

    25:34

    Al-Kabir (the Great) is also one of the 99 names of God in Islam.
    Born 1440
    Died 1518
    Occupation Weaver, poet
    Known for influenced the Bhakti movement, Sikhism, Sant Mat and Kabir Panth
    Kabīr ( Punjabi: ਕਬੀਰ, Urdu: کبير‎) was a mystic poet and sant of India, whose writings have greatly influenced the Bhakti movement. The name Kabir comes from Arabic al-Kabīr which means 'The Great' -- the 37th name of God in Islam.
    Apart from having an important influence on Sikhism, Kabir's legacy is today carried forward by the Kabir Panth , a religious community that recognizes him as its founder and is one of the Sant Mat sects. Its members, known as Kabir panthis, are estimated to be around 9,600,000. They are spread over north and central India, as well as dispersed with the Indian diaspora across the world, up from 843,171 in the 1901 census. His writings include Bijak, Sakhi Granth, Kabir Granthawali and Anurag Sagar.
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    Ab'ul Hasan Yamīn ud-Dīn Khusrow (1253--1325 CE) (Urdu: ابوالحسن یمین‌الدین خسرو‎, better known as Amīr Khusrow (also Khusrau, Khusro) Dehlawī (meaning Amir Khusrow of Delhi) (امیر خسرو دہلوی), was an Indian musician, scholar and poet. He was an iconic figure in the cultural history of the Indian subcontinent. A Sufi mystic and a spiritual disciple of Nizamuddin Auliya of Delhi, Amīr Khusrow was not only a notable poet but also a prolific and seminal musician. He wrote poetry primarily in Persian, but also in Hindavi. He compiled the oldest known printed dictionary (Khaliq-e-bari) in 1320 which mainly dealt with Hindvi and Persian words.
    He is regarded as the father of qawwali (the devotional music of the Sufis in the Indian subcontinent). He is also credited with enriching Hindustani classical music by introducing Persian and Arabic elements in it, and was the originator of the khayal and tarana styles of music. The invention of the tabla is also traditionally attributed to Amīr Khusrow.
    A musician and a scholar, Amir Khusrow was as prolific in tender lyrics as in highly involved prose and could easily emulate all styles of Persian poetry which had developed in medieval Persia, from Khāqānī's forceful qasidas to Nizami's khamsa. He used only 11 metrical schemes with 35 distinct divisions. The verse forms he has written in include Ghazal, Masnavi, Qata, Rubai, Do-Beti and Tarkibhand. His contribution to the development of the ghazal, hitherto little used in India, is particularly significant
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    The sitar is a plucked stringed instrument used mainly in Indian classical music. It is believed to have been derived from the veena, an ancient Indian instrument, which was modified by a Mughal court musician to conform with the tastes of his Persian patrons and named after a Persian instrument called the setar (meaning three strings). It subsequently underwent many changes, and the modern sitar evolved in 18th century India. It derives its distinctive timbre and resonance from sympathetic strings, bridge design, a long hollow neck and a gourd resonating chamber.
    Used widely throughout the Indian subcontinent, the sitar became known in the western world through the work of Ravi Shankar beginning in the late 1950s and early 1960s after the Kinks' top 10 single See My Friends featured a low tuned drone guitar which was widely mistaken to be the instrument. The sitar saw further use in popular music after the Beatles featured the sitar in their compositions Norwegian Wood (This Bird Has Flown) and Within You Without You. Their use of the instrument came as a result of George Harrison's taking lessons on how to play it from Shankar and Shambhu Das. Brian Jones of the Rolling Stones also used a sitar in Paint It, Black and a brief fad began for using the instrument in pop songs.

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  • Ustad Shujaat Hussain Khan - Hazaron Khwahishein - Mirza Ghalib - by roothmens

    14:18

    *All rights are reserved to the song owners or licensed.*
    * It is not intended to violate copyrighted material, which all belongs to its receptive owners.This Video Is Entertainment Purpuse Only.*
    Shujaat Husain Khan (born 19 May 1960) is an Indian musician and sitar player of the Imdadkhani gharana A(school of music). He has recorded over 60 albums and was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best World Music Album for his work with the band Ghazal with Iranian musician Kayhan Kalhor. He also sings frequently. His style of sitar playing, known as gayaki ang, aims to imitate the human voice.
    Born in Calcutta to legendary sitar player, Ustad Vilayat Khan. He has musical pedigree that goes back seven generations: his grandfather, Ustad Enayat Khan; his great-grandfather, Ustad Imdad Khan; and his great-great-grandfather, Ustad Sahebdad Khan - all leading artists and torchbearers of the Imdadkhani gharana with its roots in Mymensingh (present day Bangladesh). He has a brother, sitarist Hidayat Khan and sisters sufi singer, Zila Khan and Yaman Khan.
    Shujaat Husain Khan has performed at numerous music festivals in India and has traveled around the world performing in Asia, Africa, North America and Europe.
    His approach to rhythm is largely intuitive, fresh and spontaneous, always astonishing his audiences. He is also known for his exceptional voice, which he uses for singing folk songs, including the album Lajo Lajo, as well as poetry, as in Hazaron Khwaishen.
    Shujaat Khan was featured in the concerts celebrating India's 60th anniversary of independence in 2007, and performed at the Carnegie Hall, New York, Paramount Theater, Seattle, and Meyers Symphony Theater, Dallas. In a special performance, he also played at the United Nations in the Assembly Hall, Geneva.
    His memorable appearances include performance at the Royal Albert Hall in London, Royce Hall in Los Angeles and Congress Hall in Berlin. In the summer of 1999, he was the featured soloist with the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra. His collaboration with different genres of music has been a very strong point as is evidenced by the enormously successful Indo-Persian venture, the Ghazal Ensemble. Their album, Rain, was nominated for a Grammy award in 2004.
    In January 2000, the Boston Herald listed Shujaat Khan, along with luminaries like Seiji Ozawa and Luciano Pavarotti among the top 25 upcoming cultural events for the year.
    He has been invited as visiting faculty at the Dartington School of Music in England, the University of Washington in Seattle, and at UCLA.
    He is also known as a fearless collaborator, lately having done wide ranging concerts with artists as diverse as Karsh Kale to a successful Jugalbandi with Pioneer Hindustani Vocalist Ustad Rashid Khan. One of the best remembered collaborations of the year 2009-2010 happens to be Melange. Featuring Tim Ries on the saxophone, Kevin Hays on the piano, Karsh Kale on percussion, Katayoun Goudarzi on vocals, Ustaad Shujaat Khan on sitar, Karl Peters on bass and Yogesh Samsi on tabla, Melange has toured extensively across India.
    Ustad Shujaat Khan has recently tied up with Inroom Records, a Mumbai-based experimental / fusion label and artist management company, to handle his collaborative work.

  • Ustad Shujaat Hussain Khan - Raga Bhairavi - - by roothmens

    9:41

    Ab'ul Hasan Yamīn ud-Dīn Khusrow ابوالحسن یمین‌الدین خسروbetter known as Amīr Khusrow (also Khusrau, Khusro) Dehlawī (امیر خسرو دہلوی), was an Indian musician, scholar and poet. He was an iconic figure in the cultural history of the Indian subcontinent. A Sufi mystic and a spiritual disciple of Nizamuddin Auliya of Delhi, Amīr Khusrow was not only a notable poet but also a prolific and seminal musician. He wrote poetry primarily in Persian, but also in Hindavi.
    . See About Sitars on the diffrent songs on roothmens
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    Sitar By Ustad Shujaat Hussain Khan
    Shujaat Husain Khan (born 19 May 1960) is an Indian musician and sitar player of the Imdadkhani gharana (school of music) He has recorded over 60 albums and was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best World Music Album for his work with the band Ghazal with Iranian musician Kayhan Kalhor. He also sings frequently. His style of sitar playing, known as gayaki ang, aims to imitate the human voice.
    Born in Calcutta to legendary sitar player, Ustad Vilayat Khan. He has musical pedigree that goes back seven generations: his grandfather, Ustad Enayat Khan; his great-grandfather, Ustad Imdad Khan; and his great-great-grandfather, Ustad Sahebdad Khan - all leading artists and torchbearers of the Imdadkhani gharana with its roots in Mymensingh (present day Bangladesh). He has a brother, sitarist Hidayat Khan and sisters sufi singer, Zila Khan and Yaman Khan.
    He is the son Of Ustad Vilayyat Hussain Which was Decleared The Sitar Artist Of The Decate . Also He Is Resposable For Some Inventions And Some Changes In The World Most Dificult Instrument Named Sitar .
    Performing Career
    _______________
    Shujaat Husain Khan has performed at numerous music festivals in India and has traveled around the world performing in Asia, Africa, North America and Europe.
    His approach to rhythm is largely intuitive, fresh and spontaneous, always astonishing his audiences. He is also known for his exceptional voice, which he uses for singing folk songs, including the album Lajo Lajo, as well as poetry, as in Hazaron Khwaishen.
    Shujaat Khan was featured in the concerts celebrating India's 50th anniversary of independence in 2007, and performed at the Carnegie Hall, New York, Paramount Theater, Seattle, and Meyers Symphony Theater, Dallas. In a special performance, he also played at the United Nations in the Assembly Hall, Geneva.
    His memorable appearances include performance at the Royal Albert Hall in London, Royce Hall in Los Angeles and Congress Hall in Berlin. In the summer of 1999, he was the featured soloist with the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra. His collaboration with different genres of music has been a very strong point as is evidenced by the enormously successful Indo-Persian venture, the Ghazal Ensemble. Their album, Rain, was nominated for a Grammy award in 2004.
    In January 2000, the Boston Herald listed Shujaat Khan, along with luminaries like Seiji Ozawa and Luciano Pavarotti among the top 25 upcoming cultural events for the year.
    He has been invited as visiting faculty at the Dartington School of Music in England, the University of Washington in Seattle, and at UCLA.
    He is also known as a fearless collaborator, lately having done wide ranging concerts with artists as diverse as Karsh Kale to a successful Jugalbandi with Pioneer Hindustani Vocalist Ustad Rashid Khan. One of the best remembered collaborations of the year 2009-2010 happens to be Melange. Featuring Tim Ries on the saxophone, Kevin Hays on the piano, Karsh Kale on percussion, Katayoun Goudarzi on vocals, Ustaad Shujaat Khan on sitar, Karl Peters on bass and Yogesh Samsi on tabla, Melange has toured extensively across India.
    Ustad Shujaat Khan has recently tied up with Inroom Records, a Mumbai-based experimental / fusion label and artist management company, to handle his collaborative work. His work with Ustad Rashid Khan is a property of Inroom Records.

  • Phir Khayalon Mein Koi Aa Gaya - Ustad Shujaat Hussain Khan

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    Ustad Shujaat Hussain Khan singing ghazal Phir Khayalon Mein Koi Aa Gaya

  • Ustad Shujaat Hussain Khan - Raga Pahadi - Lajo Lajo Orignal Version - by roothmens

    9:43

    *All rights are reserved to the song owners or licensed.*
    * It is not intended to violate copyrighted material, which all belongs to its receptive owners.This Video Is Entertainment Purpuse Only.*
    Shujaat Husain Khan (born 19 May 1960) is an Indian musician and sitar player of the Imdadkhani gharana A(school of music). He has recorded over 60 albums and was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best World Music Album for his work with the band Ghazal with Iranian musician Kayhan Kalhor. He also sings frequently. His style of sitar playing, known as gayaki ang, aims to imitate the human voice.
    Born in Calcutta to legendary sitar player, Ustad Vilayat Khan. He has musical pedigree that goes back seven generations: his grandfather, Ustad Enayat Khan; his great-grandfather, Ustad Imdad Khan; and his great-great-grandfather, Ustad Sahebdad Khan - all leading artists and torchbearers of the Imdadkhani gharana with its roots in Mymensingh (present day Bangladesh). He has a brother, sitarist Hidayat Khan and sisters sufi singer, Zila Khan and Yaman Khan.
    Shujaat Husain Khan has performed at numerous music festivals in India and has traveled around the world performing in Asia, Africa, North America and Europe.
    His approach to rhythm is largely intuitive, fresh and spontaneous, always astonishing his audiences. He is also known for his exceptional voice, which he uses for singing folk songs, including the album Lajo Lajo, as well as poetry, as in Hazaron Khwaishen.
    Shujaat Khan was featured in the concerts celebrating India's 60th anniversary of independence in 2007, and performed at the Carnegie Hall, New York, Paramount Theater, Seattle, and Meyers Symphony Theater, Dallas. In a special performance, he also played at the United Nations in the Assembly Hall, Geneva.
    His memorable appearances include performance at the Royal Albert Hall in London, Royce Hall in Los Angeles and Congress Hall in Berlin. In the summer of 1999, he was the featured soloist with the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra. His collaboration with different genres of music has been a very strong point as is evidenced by the enormously successful Indo-Persian venture, the Ghazal Ensemble. Their album, Rain, was nominated for a Grammy award in 2004.
    In January 2000, the Boston Herald listed Shujaat Khan, along with luminaries like Seiji Ozawa and Luciano Pavarotti among the top 25 upcoming cultural events for the year.
    He has been invited as visiting faculty at the Dartington School of Music in England, the University of Washington in Seattle, and at UCLA.
    He is also known as a fearless collaborator, lately having done wide ranging concerts with artists as diverse as Karsh Kale to a successful Jugalbandi with Pioneer Hindustani Vocalist Ustad Rashid Khan. One of the best remembered collaborations of the year 2009-2010 happens to be Melange. Featuring Tim Ries on the saxophone, Kevin Hays on the piano, Karsh Kale on percussion, Katayoun Goudarzi on vocals, Ustaad Shujaat Khan on sitar, Karl Peters on bass and Yogesh Samsi on tabla, Melange has toured extensively across India.
    Ustad Shujaat Khan has recently tied up with Inroom Records, a Mumbai-based experimental / fusion label and artist management company, to handle his collaborative work.

  • Raaga Tilak Kamod

    9:08

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    Composer: Traditional

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  • Kahan Aa Ke Rukne The Raaste - Ustad Shujaat Husain Khan

    17:45

    Ustad Shujaat Husian Khan singing Amjad Islam Amjad's ghazal Kahan Aa Ke Rukne The Raaste - Kahan Mor Tha Use Bhool Ja

  • Ustad Shujaat Hussain Khan - Raga Yaman Kalyan - - by roothmens

    13:02

    *All rights are reserved to the song owners or licensed.*
    * It is not intended to violate copyrighted material, which all belongs to its receptive owners.This Video Is Entertainment Purpuse Only.*
    Shujaat Husain Khan (born 19 May 1960) is an Indian musician and sitar player of the Imdadkhani gharana A(school of music). He has recorded over 60 albums and was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best World Music Album for his work with the band Ghazal with Iranian musician Kayhan Kalhor. He also sings frequently. His style of sitar playing, known as gayaki ang, aims to imitate the human voice.
    Born in Calcutta to legendary sitar player, Ustad Vilayat Khan. He has musical pedigree that goes back seven generations: his grandfather, Ustad Enayat Khan; his great-grandfather, Ustad Imdad Khan; and his great-great-grandfather, Ustad Sahebdad Khan - all leading artists and torchbearers of the Imdadkhani gharana with its roots in Mymensingh (present day Bangladesh). He has a brother, sitarist Hidayat Khan and sisters sufi singer, Zila Khan and Yaman Khan.
    Shujaat Husain Khan has performed at numerous music festivals in India and has traveled around the world performing in Asia, Africa, North America and Europe.
    His approach to rhythm is largely intuitive, fresh and spontaneous, always astonishing his audiences. He is also known for his exceptional voice, which he uses for singing folk songs, including the album Lajo Lajo, as well as poetry, as in Hazaron Khwaishen.
    Shujaat Khan was featured in the concerts celebrating India's 60th anniversary of independence in 2007, and performed at the Carnegie Hall, New York, Paramount Theater, Seattle, and Meyers Symphony Theater, Dallas. In a special performance, he also played at the United Nations in the Assembly Hall, Geneva.
    His memorable appearances include performance at the Royal Albert Hall in London, Royce Hall in Los Angeles and Congress Hall in Berlin. In the summer of 1999, he was the featured soloist with the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra. His collaboration with different genres of music has been a very strong point as is evidenced by the enormously successful Indo-Persian venture, the Ghazal Ensemble. Their album, Rain, was nominated for a Grammy award in 2004.
    In January 2000, the Boston Herald listed Shujaat Khan, along with luminaries like Seiji Ozawa and Luciano Pavarotti among the top 25 upcoming cultural events for the year.
    He has been invited as visiting faculty at the Dartington School of Music in England, the University of Washington in Seattle, and at UCLA.
    He is also known as a fearless collaborator, lately having done wide ranging concerts with artists as diverse as Karsh Kale to a successful Jugalbandi with Pioneer Hindustani Vocalist Ustad Rashid Khan. One of the best remembered collaborations of the year 2009-2010 happens to be Melange. Featuring Tim Ries on the saxophone, Kevin Hays on the piano, Karsh Kale on percussion, Katayoun Goudarzi on vocals, Ustaad Shujaat Khan on sitar, Karl Peters on bass and Yogesh Samsi on tabla, Melange has toured extensively across India.
    Ustad Shujaat Khan has recently tied up with Inroom Records, a Mumbai-based experimental / fusion label and artist management company, to handle his collaborative work.

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  • Ustad Shujaat Hussain Khan - Instrumental Medley - - by roothmens

    12:42

    Ab'ul Hasan Yamīn ud-Dīn Khusrow ابوالحسن یمین‌الدین خسروbetter known as Amīr Khusrow (also Khusrau, Khusro) Dehlawī (امیر خسرو دہلوی), was an Indian musician, scholar and poet. He was an iconic figure in the cultural history of the Indian subcontinent. A Sufi mystic and a spiritual disciple of Nizamuddin Auliya of Delhi, Amīr Khusrow was not only a notable poet but also a prolific and seminal musician. He wrote poetry primarily in Persian, but also in Hindavi.
    . See About Sitars on the diffrent songs on roothmens
    __________________________________________________________
    Sitar By Ustad Shujaat Hussain Khan
    Shujaat Husain Khan (born 19 May 1960) is an Indian musician and sitar player of the Imdadkhani gharana (school of music) He has recorded over 60 albums and was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best World Music Album for his work with the band Ghazal with Iranian musician Kayhan Kalhor. He also sings frequently. His style of sitar playing, known as gayaki ang, aims to imitate the human voice.
    Born in Calcutta to legendary sitar player, Ustad Vilayat Khan. He has musical pedigree that goes back seven generations: his grandfather, Ustad Enayat Khan; his great-grandfather, Ustad Imdad Khan; and his great-great-grandfather, Ustad Sahebdad Khan - all leading artists and torchbearers of the Imdadkhani gharana with its roots in Mymensingh (present day Bangladesh). He has a brother, sitarist Hidayat Khan and sisters sufi singer, Zila Khan and Yaman Khan.
    He is the son Of Ustad Vilayyat Hussain Which was Decleared The Sitar Artist Of The Decate . Also He Is Resposable For Some Inventions And Some Changes In The World Most Dificult Instrument Named Sitar .
    Performing Career
    _______________
    Shujaat Husain Khan has performed at numerous music festivals in India and has traveled around the world performing in Asia, Africa, North America and Europe.
    His approach to rhythm is largely intuitive, fresh and spontaneous, always astonishing his audiences. He is also known for his exceptional voice, which he uses for singing folk songs, including the album Lajo Lajo, as well as poetry, as in Hazaron Khwaishen.
    Shujaat Khan was featured in the concerts celebrating India's 50th anniversary of independence in 2007, and performed at the Carnegie Hall, New York, Paramount Theater, Seattle, and Meyers Symphony Theater, Dallas. In a special performance, he also played at the United Nations in the Assembly Hall, Geneva.
    His memorable appearances include performance at the Royal Albert Hall in London, Royce Hall in Los Angeles and Congress Hall in Berlin. In the summer of 1999, he was the featured soloist with the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra. His collaboration with different genres of music has been a very strong point as is evidenced by the enormously successful Indo-Persian venture, the Ghazal Ensemble. Their album, Rain, was nominated for a Grammy award in 2004.
    In January 2000, the Boston Herald listed Shujaat Khan, along with luminaries like Seiji Ozawa and Luciano Pavarotti among the top 25 upcoming cultural events for the year.
    He has been invited as visiting faculty at the Dartington School of Music in England, the University of Washington in Seattle, and at UCLA.
    He is also known as a fearless collaborator, lately having done wide ranging concerts with artists as diverse as Karsh Kale to a successful Jugalbandi with Pioneer Hindustani Vocalist Ustad Rashid Khan. One of the best remembered collaborations of the year 2009-2010 happens to be Melange. Featuring Tim Ries on the saxophone, Kevin Hays on the piano, Karsh Kale on percussion, Katayoun Goudarzi on vocals, Ustaad Shujaat Khan on sitar, Karl Peters on bass and Yogesh Samsi on tabla, Melange has toured extensively across India.
    Ustad Shujaat Khan has recently tied up with Inroom Records, a Mumbai-based experimental / fusion label and artist management company, to handle his collaborative work. His work with Ustad Rashid Khan is a property of Inroom Records.

  • Ustad Shujaat Hussain Khan - Raga Mishra Khamaj - - by roothmens

    22:14

    *All rights are reserved to the song owners or licensed.*
    * It is not intended to violate copyrighted material, which all belongs to its receptive owners.This Video Is Entertainment Purpuse Only.*
    Shujaat Husain Khan (born 19 May 1960) is an Indian musician and sitar player of the Imdadkhani gharana A(school of music). He has recorded over 60 albums and was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best World Music Album for his work with the band Ghazal with Iranian musician Kayhan Kalhor. He also sings frequently. His style of sitar playing, known as gayaki ang, aims to imitate the human voice.
    Born in Calcutta to legendary sitar player, Ustad Vilayat Khan. He has musical pedigree that goes back seven generations: his grandfather, Ustad Enayat Khan; his great-grandfather, Ustad Imdad Khan; and his great-great-grandfather, Ustad Sahebdad Khan - all leading artists and torchbearers of the Imdadkhani gharana with its roots in Mymensingh (present day Bangladesh). He has a brother, sitarist Hidayat Khan and sisters sufi singer, Zila Khan and Yaman Khan.
    Shujaat Husain Khan has performed at numerous music festivals in India and has traveled around the world performing in Asia, Africa, North America and Europe.
    His approach to rhythm is largely intuitive, fresh and spontaneous, always astonishing his audiences. He is also known for his exceptional voice, which he uses for singing folk songs, including the album Lajo Lajo, as well as poetry, as in Hazaron Khwaishen.
    Shujaat Khan was featured in the concerts celebrating India's 60th anniversary of independence in 2007, and performed at the Carnegie Hall, New York, Paramount Theater, Seattle, and Meyers Symphony Theater, Dallas. In a special performance, he also played at the United Nations in the Assembly Hall, Geneva.
    His memorable appearances include performance at the Royal Albert Hall in London, Royce Hall in Los Angeles and Congress Hall in Berlin. In the summer of 1999, he was the featured soloist with the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra. His collaboration with different genres of music has been a very strong point as is evidenced by the enormously successful Indo-Persian venture, the Ghazal Ensemble. Their album, Rain, was nominated for a Grammy award in 2004.
    In January 2000, the Boston Herald listed Shujaat Khan, along with luminaries like Seiji Ozawa and Luciano Pavarotti among the top 25 upcoming cultural events for the year.
    He has been invited as visiting faculty at the Dartington School of Music in England, the University of Washington in Seattle, and at UCLA.
    He is also known as a fearless collaborator, lately having done wide ranging concerts with artists as diverse as Karsh Kale to a successful Jugalbandi with Pioneer Hindustani Vocalist Ustad Rashid Khan. One of the best remembered collaborations of the year 2009-2010 happens to be Melange. Featuring Tim Ries on the saxophone, Kevin Hays on the piano, Karsh Kale on percussion, Katayoun Goudarzi on vocals, Ustaad Shujaat Khan on sitar, Karl Peters on bass and Yogesh Samsi on tabla, Melange has toured extensively across India.
    Ustad Shujaat Khan has recently tied up with Inroom Records, a Mumbai-based experimental / fusion label and artist management company, to handle his collaborative work.

  • Ustad Shujaat Husain Khan - Live In Bangladesh

    1:14:19

    Ustad Shujaat Husain Khan's performance in Classical Conference in Dhaka/Bangladesh on 2nd December, 2015

  • Ustad Shujaat Hussain Khan - Raga Jhinjhoti - - by roothmens

    14:48

    Ab'ul Hasan Yamīn ud-Dīn Khusrow ابوالحسن یمین‌الدین خسروbetter known as Amīr Khusrow (also Khusrau, Khusro) Dehlawī (امیر خسرو دہلوی), was an Indian musician, scholar and poet. He was an iconic figure in the cultural history of the Indian subcontinent. A Sufi mystic and a spiritual disciple of Nizamuddin Auliya of Delhi, Amīr Khusrow was not only a notable poet but also a prolific and seminal musician. He wrote poetry primarily in Persian, but also in Hindavi.
    . See About Sitars on the diffrent songs on roothmens
    __________________________________________________________
    Sitar By Ustad Shujaat Hussain Khan
    Shujaat Husain Khan (born 19 May 1960) is an Indian musician and sitar player of the Imdadkhani gharana (school of music) He has recorded over 60 albums and was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best World Music Album for his work with the band Ghazal with Iranian musician Kayhan Kalhor. He also sings frequently. His style of sitar playing, known as gayaki ang, aims to imitate the human voice.
    Born in Calcutta to legendary sitar player, Ustad Vilayat Khan. He has musical pedigree that goes back seven generations: his grandfather, Ustad Enayat Khan; his great-grandfather, Ustad Imdad Khan; and his great-great-grandfather, Ustad Sahebdad Khan - all leading artists and torchbearers of the Imdadkhani gharana with its roots in Mymensingh (present day Bangladesh). He has a brother, sitarist Hidayat Khan and sisters sufi singer, Zila Khan and Yaman Khan.
    He is the son Of Ustad Vilayyat Hussain Which was Decleared The Sitar Artist Of The Decate . Also He Is Resposable For Some Inventions And Some Changes In The World Most Dificult Instrument Named Sitar .
    Performing Career
    _______________
    Shujaat Husain Khan has performed at numerous music festivals in India and has traveled around the world performing in Asia, Africa, North America and Europe.
    His approach to rhythm is largely intuitive, fresh and spontaneous, always astonishing his audiences. He is also known for his exceptional voice, which he uses for singing folk songs, including the album Lajo Lajo, as well as poetry, as in Hazaron Khwaishen.
    Shujaat Khan was featured in the concerts celebrating India's 50th anniversary of independence in 2007, and performed at the Carnegie Hall, New York, Paramount Theater, Seattle, and Meyers Symphony Theater, Dallas. In a special performance, he also played at the United Nations in the Assembly Hall, Geneva.
    His memorable appearances include performance at the Royal Albert Hall in London, Royce Hall in Los Angeles and Congress Hall in Berlin. In the summer of 1999, he was the featured soloist with the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra. His collaboration with different genres of music has been a very strong point as is evidenced by the enormously successful Indo-Persian venture, the Ghazal Ensemble. Their album, Rain, was nominated for a Grammy award in 2004.
    In January 2000, the Boston Herald listed Shujaat Khan, along with luminaries like Seiji Ozawa and Luciano Pavarotti among the top 25 upcoming cultural events for the year.
    He has been invited as visiting faculty at the Dartington School of Music in England, the University of Washington in Seattle, and at UCLA.
    He is also known as a fearless collaborator, lately having done wide ranging concerts with artists as diverse as Karsh Kale to a successful Jugalbandi with Pioneer Hindustani Vocalist Ustad Rashid Khan. One of the best remembered collaborations of the year 2009-2010 happens to be Melange. Featuring Tim Ries on the saxophone, Kevin Hays on the piano, Karsh Kale on percussion, Katayoun Goudarzi on vocals, Ustaad Shujaat Khan on sitar, Karl Peters on bass and Yogesh Samsi on tabla, Melange has toured extensively across India.
    Ustad Shujaat Khan has recently tied up with Inroom Records, a Mumbai-based experimental / fusion label and artist management company, to handle his collaborative work. His work with Ustad Rashid Khan is a property of Inroom Records.

  • Ustad Shujaat Hussain Khan - Man Kunto Maula - Qoul - - by roothmens

    9:55

    Ab'ul Hasan Yamīn ud-Dīn Khusrow better known as Amīr Khusrow (also Khusrau, Khusro) Dehlawī was an Indian musician, scholar and poet. He was an iconic figure in the cultural history of the Indian subcontinent. A Sufi mystic and a spiritual disciple of Nizamuddin Auliya of Delhi, Amīr Khusrow was not only a notable poet but also a prolific and seminal musician. He wrote poetry primarily in Persian, but also in Hindavi.
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    Sitar By Ustad Shujaat Hussain Khan
    Shujaat Husain Khan (born 19 May 1960) is an Indian musician and sitar player of the Imdadkhani gharana (school of music) He has recorded over 60 albums and was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best World Music Album for his work with the band Ghazal with Iranian musician Kayhan Kalhor. He also sings frequently. His style of sitar playing, known as gayaki ang, aims to imitate the human voice.
    Born in Calcutta to legendary sitar player, Ustad Vilayat Khan. He has musical pedigree that goes back seven generations: his grandfather, Ustad Enayat Khan; his great-grandfather, Ustad Imdad Khan; and his great-great-grandfather, Ustad Sahebdad Khan - all leading artists and torchbearers of the Imdadkhani gharana with its roots in Mymensingh (present day Bangladesh). He has a brother, sitarist Hidayat Khan and sisters sufi singer, Zila Khan and Yaman Khan.
    He is the son Of Ustad Vilayyat Hussain Which was Decleared The Sitar Artist Of The Decate . Also He Is Resposable For Some Inventions And Some Changes In The World Most Dificult Instrument Named Sitar .
    Performing Career
    Shujaat Husain Khan has performed at numerous music festivals in India and has traveled around the world performing in Asia, Africa, North America and Europe.
    His approach to rhythm is largely intuitive, fresh and spontaneous, always astonishing his audiences. He is also known for his exceptional voice, which he uses for singing folk songs, including the album Lajo Lajo, as well as poetry, as in Hazaron Khwaishen.
    Shujaat Khan was featured in the concerts celebrating India's 50th anniversary of independence in 2007, and performed at the Carnegie Hall, New York, Paramount Theater, Seattle, and Meyers Symphony Theater, Dallas. In a special performance, he also played at the United Nations in the Assembly Hall, Geneva.
    His memorable appearances include performance at the Royal Albert Hall in London, Royce Hall in Los Angeles and Congress Hall in Berlin. In the summer of 1999, he was the featured soloist with the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra. His collaboration with different genres of music has been a very strong point as is evidenced by the enormously successful Indo-Persian venture, the Ghazal Ensemble. Their album, Rain, was nominated for a Grammy award in 2004.
    In January 2000, the Boston Herald listed Shujaat Khan, along with luminaries like Seiji Ozawa and Luciano Pavarotti among the top 25 upcoming cultural events for the year.
    He has been invited as visiting faculty at the Dartington School of Music in England, the University of Washington in Seattle, and at UCLA.
    He is also known as a fearless collaborator, lately having done wide ranging concerts with artists as diverse as Karsh Kale to a successful Jugalbandi with Pioneer Hindustani Vocalist Ustad Rashid Khan. One of the best remembered collaborations of the year 2009-2010 happens to be Melange. Featuring Tim Ries on the saxophone, Kevin Hays on the piano, Karsh Kale on percussion, Katayoun Goudarzi on vocals, Ustaad Shujaat Khan on sitar, Karl Peters on bass and Yogesh Samsi on tabla, Melange has toured extensively across India.
    Ustad Shujaat Khan has recently tied up with Inroom Records, a Mumbai-based experimental / fusion label and artist management company, to handle his collaborative work. His work with Ustad Rashid Khan is a property of Inroom Records.

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  • Ustad Shujaat Hussain Khan - Live Performence - Sitar And Tabla - by roothmens

    8:05

    Clip From A Concert Held In Jaipur India 2012
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    Sitar By Ustad Shujaat Hussain Khan
    Shujaat Husain Khan (born 19 May 1960) is an Indian musician and sitar player of the Imdadkhani gharana (school of music) He has recorded over 60 albums and was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best World Music Album for his work with the band Ghazal with Iranian musician Kayhan Kalhor. He also sings frequently. His style of sitar playing, known as gayaki ang, aims to imitate the human voice.
    Born in Calcutta to legendary sitar player, Ustad Vilayat Khan. He has musical pedigree that goes back seven generations: his grandfather, Ustad Enayat Khan; his great-grandfather, Ustad Imdad Khan; and his great-great-grandfather, Ustad Sahebdad Khan - all leading artists and torchbearers of the Imdadkhani gharana with its roots in Mymensingh (present day Bangladesh). He has a brother, sitarist Hidayat Khan and sisters sufi singer, Zila Khan and Yaman Khan.
    He is the son Of Ustad Vilayyat Hussain Which was Decleared The Sitar Artist Of The Decate . Also He Is Resposable For Some Inventions And Some Changes In The World Most Dificult Instrument Named Sitar .
    Performing Career
    _______________
    Shujaat Husain Khan has performed at numerous music festivals in India and has traveled around the world performing in Asia, Africa, North America and Europe.
    His approach to rhythm is largely intuitive, fresh and spontaneous, always astonishing his audiences. He is also known for his exceptional voice, which he uses for singing folk songs, including the album Lajo Lajo, as well as poetry, as in Hazaron Khwaishen.
    Shujaat Khan was featured in the concerts celebrating India's 50th anniversary of independence in 2007, and performed at the Carnegie Hall, New York, Paramount Theater, Seattle, and Meyers Symphony Theater, Dallas. In a special performance, he also played at the United Nations in the Assembly Hall, Geneva.
    His memorable appearances include performance at the Royal Albert Hall in London, Royce Hall in Los Angeles and Congress Hall in Berlin. In the summer of 1999, he was the featured soloist with the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra. His collaboration with different genres of music has been a very strong point as is evidenced by the enormously successful Indo-Persian venture, the Ghazal Ensemble. Their album, Rain, was nominated for a Grammy award in 2004.
    In January 2000, the Boston Herald listed Shujaat Khan, along with luminaries like Seiji Ozawa and Luciano Pavarotti among the top 25 upcoming cultural events for the year.
    He has been invited as visiting faculty at the Dartington School of Music in England, the University of Washington in Seattle, and at UCLA.
    He is also known as a fearless collaborator, lately having done wide ranging concerts with artists as diverse as Karsh Kale to a successful Jugalbandi with Pioneer Hindustani Vocalist Ustad Rashid Khan. One of the best remembered collaborations of the year 2009-2010 happens to be Melange. Featuring Tim Ries on the saxophone, Kevin Hays on the piano, Karsh Kale on percussion, Katayoun Goudarzi on vocals, Ustaad Shujaat Khan on sitar, Karl Peters on bass and Yogesh Samsi on tabla, Melange has toured extensively across India.
    Ustad Shujaat Khan has recently tied up with Inroom Records, a Mumbai-based experimental / fusion label and artist management company, to handle his collaborative work. His work with Ustad Rashid Khan is a property of Inroom Records.

  • Ustad Shujaat Hussain Khan - Raga Piloo - - by roothmens

    12:24

    Ab'ul Hasan Yamīn ud-Dīn Khusrow ابوالحسن یمین‌الدین خسروbetter known as Amīr Khusrow (also Khusrau, Khusro) Dehlawī (امیر خسرو دہلوی), was an Indian musician, scholar and poet. He was an iconic figure in the cultural history of the Indian subcontinent. A Sufi mystic and a spiritual disciple of Nizamuddin Auliya of Delhi, Amīr Khusrow was not only a notable poet but also a prolific and seminal musician. He wrote poetry primarily in Persian, but also in Hindavi.
    . See About Sitars on the diffrent songs on roothmens
    ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Sitar By Ustad Shujaat Hussain Khan
    Shujaat Husain Khan (born 19 May 1960) is an Indian musician and sitar player of the Imdadkhani gharana (school of music) He has recorded over 60 albums and was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best World Music Album for his work with the band Ghazal with Iranian musician Kayhan Kalhor. He also sings frequently. His style of sitar playing, known as gayaki ang, aims to imitate the human voice.
    Born in Calcutta to legendary sitar player, Ustad Vilayat Khan. He has musical pedigree that goes back seven generations: his grandfather, Ustad Enayat Khan; his great-grandfather, Ustad Imdad Khan; and his great-great-grandfather, Ustad Sahebdad Khan - all leading artists and torchbearers of the Imdadkhani gharana with its roots in Mymensingh (present day Bangladesh). He has a brother, sitarist Hidayat Khan and sisters sufi singer, Zila Khan and Yaman Khan.
    He is the son Of Ustad Vilayyat Hussain Which was Decleared The Sitar Artist Of The Decate . Also He Is Resposable For Some Inventions And Some Changes In The World Most Dificult Instrument Named Sitar .
    Performing Career
    _______________
    Shujaat Husain Khan has performed at numerous music festivals in India and has traveled around the world performing in Asia, Africa, North America and Europe.
    His approach to rhythm is largely intuitive, fresh and spontaneous, always astonishing his audiences. He is also known for his exceptional voice, which he uses for singing folk songs, including the album Lajo Lajo, as well as poetry, as in Hazaron Khwaishen.
    Shujaat Khan was featured in the concerts celebrating India's 50th anniversary of independence in 2007, and performed at the Carnegie Hall, New York, Paramount Theater, Seattle, and Meyers Symphony Theater, Dallas. In a special performance, he also played at the United Nations in the Assembly Hall, Geneva.
    His memorable appearances include performance at the Royal Albert Hall in London, Royce Hall in Los Angeles and Congress Hall in Berlin. In the summer of 1999, he was the featured soloist with the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra. His collaboration with different genres of music has been a very strong point as is evidenced by the enormously successful Indo-Persian venture, the Ghazal Ensemble. Their album, Rain, was nominated for a Grammy award in 2004.
    In January 2000, the Boston Herald listed Shujaat Khan, along with luminaries like Seiji Ozawa and Luciano Pavarotti among the top 25 upcoming cultural events for the year.
    He has been invited as visiting faculty at the Dartington School of Music in England, the University of Washington in Seattle, and at UCLA.
    He is also known as a fearless collaborator, lately having done wide ranging concerts with artists as diverse as Karsh Kale to a successful Jugalbandi with Pioneer Hindustani Vocalist Ustad Rashid Khan. One of the best remembered collaborations of the year 2009-2010 happens to be Melange. Featuring Tim Ries on the saxophone, Kevin Hays on the piano, Karsh Kale on percussion, Katayoun Goudarzi on vocals, Ustaad Shujaat Khan on sitar, Karl Peters on bass and Yogesh Samsi on tabla, Melange has toured extensively across India.
    Ustad Shujaat Khan has recently tied up with Inroom Records, a Mumbai-based experimental / fusion label and artist management company, to handle his collaborative work. His work with Ustad Rashid Khan is a property of Inroom Records.

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  • Ustad Shujaat Hussain Khan - Himalayan Rain - Strings Traditions - by roothmens

    24:20

    *All rights are reserved to the song owners or licensed.*
    * It is not intended to violate copyrighted material, which all belongs to its receptive owners.This Video Is Entertainment Purpuse Only.*
    Shujaat Husain Khan (born 19 May 1960) is an Indian musician and sitar player of the Imdadkhani gharana (school of music). He has recorded over 60 albums and was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best World Music Album for his work with the band Ghazal with Iranian musician Kayhan Kalhor. He also sings frequently. His style of sitar playing, known as gayaki ang, aims to imitate the human voice.
    Born in Calcutta to legendary sitar player, Ustad Vilayat Khan. He has musical pedigree that goes back seven generations: his grandfather, Ustad Enayat Khan; his great-grandfather, Ustad Imdad Khan; and his great-great-grandfather, Ustad Sahebdad Khan - all leading artists and torchbearers of the Imdadkhani gharana with its roots in Mymensingh (present day Bangladesh). He has a brother, sitarist Hidayat Khan and sisters sufi singer, Zila Khan and Yaman Khan.
    Shujaat Husain Khan has performed at numerous music festivals in India and has traveled around the world performing in Asia, Africa, North America and Europe.
    His approach to rhythm is largely intuitive, fresh and spontaneous, always astonishing his audiences. He is also known for his exceptional voice, which he uses for singing folk songs, including the album Lajo Lajo, as well as poetry, as in Hazaron Khwaishen.
    Shujaat Khan was featured in the concerts celebrating India's 50th anniversary of independence in 2007, and performed at the Carnegie Hall, New York, Paramount Theater, Seattle, and Meyers Symphony Theater, Dallas. In a special performance, he also played at the United Nations in the Assembly Hall, Geneva.
    His memorable appearances include performance at the Royal Albert Hall in London, Royce Hall in Los Angeles and Congress Hall in Berlin. In the summer of 1999, he was the featured soloist with the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra. His collaboration with different genres of music has been a very strong point as is evidenced by the enormously successful Indo-Persian venture, the Ghazal Ensemble. Their album, Rain, was nominated for a Grammy award in 2004.
    In January 2000, the Boston Herald listed Shujaat Khan, along with luminaries like Seiji Ozawa and Luciano Pavarotti among the top 25 upcoming cultural events for the year.
    He has been invited as visiting faculty at the Dartington School of Music in England, the University of Washington in Seattle, and at UCLA.
    He is also known as a fearless collaborator, lately having done wide ranging concerts with artists as diverse as Karsh Kale to a successful Jugalbandi with Pioneer Hindustani Vocalist Ustad Rashid Khan. One of the best remembered collaborations of the year 2009-2010 happens to be Melange. Featuring Tim Ries on the saxophone, Kevin Hays on the piano, Karsh Kale on percussion, Katayoun Goudarzi on vocals, Ustaad Shujaat Khan on sitar, Karl Peters on bass and Yogesh Samsi on tabla, Melange has toured extensively across India.
    Ustad Shujaat Khan has recently tied up with Inroom Records, a Mumbai-based experimental / fusion label and artist management company, to handle his collaborative work. His work with Ustad Rashid Khan is a property of Inroom Records

  • Ustad Shujaat Hussain Khan - Raga Shudh Kalyan - - by roothmens

    9:58

    Shujaat Husain Khan (born 19 May 1960) is an Indian musician and sitar player of the Imdadkhani gharana (school of music). He has recorded over 60 albums and was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best World Music Album for his work with the band Ghazal with Iranian musician Kayhan Kalhor. He also sings frequently. His style of sitar playing, known as gayaki ang, aims to imitate the human voice.
    Born in Calcutta to legendary sitar player, Ustad Vilayat Khan. He has musical pedigree that goes back seven generations: his grandfather, Ustad Enayat Khan; his great-grandfather, Ustad Imdad Khan; and his great-great-grandfather, Ustad Sahebdad Khan - all leading artists and torchbearers of the Imdadkhani gharana with its roots in Mymensingh (present day Bangladesh). He has a brother, sitarist Hidayat Khan and sisters sufi singer, Zila Khan and Yaman Khan.
    Shujaat Husain Khan has performed at numerous music festivals in India and has traveled around the world performing in Asia, Africa, North America and Europe.
    His approach to rhythm is largely intuitive, fresh and spontaneous, always astonishing his audiences. He is also known for his exceptional voice, which he uses for singing folk songs, including the album Lajo Lajo, as well as poetry, as in Hazaron Khwaishen.
    Shujaat Khan was featured in the concerts celebrating India's 50th anniversary of independence in 2007, and performed at the Carnegie Hall, New York, Paramount Theater, Seattle, and Meyers Symphony Theater, Dallas. In a special performance, he also played at the United Nations in the Assembly Hall, Geneva.
    His memorable appearances include performance at the Royal Albert Hall in London, Royce Hall in Los Angeles and Congress Hall in Berlin. In the summer of 1999, he was the featured soloist with the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra. His collaboration with different genres of music has been a very strong point as is evidenced by the enormously successful Indo-Persian venture, the Ghazal Ensemble. Their album, Rain, was nominated for a Grammy award in 2004.
    In January 2000, the Boston Herald listed Shujaat Khan, along with luminaries like Seiji Ozawa and Luciano Pavarotti among the top 25 upcoming cultural events for the year.
    He has been invited as visiting faculty at the Dartington School of Music in England, the University of Washington in Seattle, and at UCLA.
    He is also known as a fearless collaborator, lately having done wide ranging concerts with artists as diverse as Karsh Kale to a successful Jugalbandi with Pioneer Hindustani Vocalist Ustad Rashid Khan. One of the best remembered collaborations of the year 2009-2010 happens to be Melange. Featuring Tim Ries on the saxophone, Kevin Hays on the piano, Karsh Kale on percussion, Katayoun Goudarzi on vocals, Ustaad Shujaat Khan on sitar, Karl Peters on bass and Yogesh Samsi on tabla, Melange has toured extensively across India.
    Ustad Shujaat Khan has recently tied up with Inroom Records, a Mumbai-based experimental / fusion label and artist management company, to handle his collaborative work.

  • Ustad Shujaat Hussain Khan - Main To Piya Se Naina - Amir Khusro - by roothmens

    17:28

    Ab'ul Hasan Yamīn ud-Dīn Khusrow ابوالحسن یمین‌الدین خسروbetter known as Amīr Khusrow (also Khusrau, Khusro) Dehlawī (امیر خسرو دہلوی), was an Indian musician, scholar and poet. He was an iconic figure in the cultural history of the Indian subcontinent. A Sufi mystic and a spiritual disciple of Nizamuddin Auliya of Delhi, Amīr Khusrow was not only a notable poet but also a prolific and seminal musician. He wrote poetry primarily in Persian, but also in Hindavi.
    . See About Sitars on the diffrent songs on roothmens
    __________________________________________________________
    Sitar By Ustad Shujaat Hussain Khan
    Shujaat Husain Khan (born 19 May 1960) is an Indian musician and sitar player of the Imdadkhani gharana (school of music) He has recorded over 60 albums and was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best World Music Album for his work with the band Ghazal with Iranian musician Kayhan Kalhor. He also sings frequently. His style of sitar playing, known as gayaki ang, aims to imitate the human voice.
    Born in Calcutta to legendary sitar player, Ustad Vilayat Khan. He has musical pedigree that goes back seven generations: his grandfather, Ustad Enayat Khan; his great-grandfather, Ustad Imdad Khan; and his great-great-grandfather, Ustad Sahebdad Khan - all leading artists and torchbearers of the Imdadkhani gharana with its roots in Mymensingh (present day Bangladesh). He has a brother, sitarist Hidayat Khan and sisters sufi singer, Zila Khan and Yaman Khan.
    He is the son Of Ustad Vilayyat Hussain Which was Decleared The Sitar Artist Of The Decate . Also He Is Resposable For Some Inventions And Some Changes In The World Most Dificult Instrument Named Sitar .
    Performing Career
    _______________
    Shujaat Husain Khan has performed at numerous music festivals in India and has traveled around the world performing in Asia, Africa, North America and Europe.
    His approach to rhythm is largely intuitive, fresh and spontaneous, always astonishing his audiences. He is also known for his exceptional voice, which he uses for singing folk songs, including the album Lajo Lajo, as well as poetry, as in Hazaron Khwaishen.
    Shujaat Khan was featured in the concerts celebrating India's 50th anniversary of independence in 2007, and performed at the Carnegie Hall, New York, Paramount Theater, Seattle, and Meyers Symphony Theater, Dallas. In a special performance, he also played at the United Nations in the Assembly Hall, Geneva.
    His memorable appearances include performance at the Royal Albert Hall in London, Royce Hall in Los Angeles and Congress Hall in Berlin. In the summer of 1999, he was the featured soloist with the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra. His collaboration with different genres of music has been a very strong point as is evidenced by the enormously successful Indo-Persian venture, the Ghazal Ensemble. Their album, Rain, was nominated for a Grammy award in 2004.
    In January 2000, the Boston Herald listed Shujaat Khan, along with luminaries like Seiji Ozawa and Luciano Pavarotti among the top 25 upcoming cultural events for the year.
    He has been invited as visiting faculty at the Dartington School of Music in England, the University of Washington in Seattle, and at UCLA.
    He is also known as a fearless collaborator, lately having done wide ranging concerts with artists as diverse as Karsh Kale to a successful Jugalbandi with Pioneer Hindustani Vocalist Ustad Rashid Khan. One of the best remembered collaborations of the year 2009-2010 happens to be Melange. Featuring Tim Ries on the saxophone, Kevin Hays on the piano, Karsh Kale on percussion, Katayoun Goudarzi on vocals, Ustaad Shujaat Khan on sitar, Karl Peters on bass and Yogesh Samsi on tabla, Melange has toured extensively across India.
    Ustad Shujaat Khan has recently tied up with Inroom Records, a Mumbai-based experimental / fusion label and artist management company, to handle his collaborative work. His work with Ustad Rashid Khan is a property of Inroom Records.

  • Ustad Shujaat Hussain Khan - Ikk Aag Si Lagi Hai Dil e Beqarar Mein - Raga Khamaj - by roothmens

    23:31

    *All rights are reserved to the song owners or licensed.*
    * It is not intended to violate copyrighted material, which all belongs to its receptive owners.This Video Is Entertainment Purpuse Only.*
    Shujaat Husain Khan (born 19 May 1960) is an Indian musician and sitar player of the Imdadkhani gharana A(school of music). He has recorded over 60 albums and was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best World Music Album for his work with the band Ghazal with Iranian musician Kayhan Kalhor. He also sings frequently. His style of sitar playing, known as gayaki ang, aims to imitate the human voice.
    Born in Calcutta to legendary sitar player, Ustad Vilayat Khan. He has musical pedigree that goes back seven generations: his grandfather, Ustad Enayat Khan; his great-grandfather, Ustad Imdad Khan; and his great-great-grandfather, Ustad Sahebdad Khan - all leading artists and torchbearers of the Imdadkhani gharana with its roots in Mymensingh (present day Bangladesh). He has a brother, sitarist Hidayat Khan and sisters sufi singer, Zila Khan and Yaman Khan.
    Shujaat Husain Khan has performed at numerous music festivals in India and has traveled around the world performing in Asia, Africa, North America and Europe.
    His approach to rhythm is largely intuitive, fresh and spontaneous, always astonishing his audiences. He is also known for his exceptional voice, which he uses for singing folk songs, including the album Lajo Lajo, as well as poetry, as in Hazaron Khwaishen.
    Shujaat Khan was featured in the concerts celebrating India's 60th anniversary of independence in 2007, and performed at the Carnegie Hall, New York, Paramount Theater, Seattle, and Meyers Symphony Theater, Dallas. In a special performance, he also played at the United Nations in the Assembly Hall, Geneva.
    His memorable appearances include performance at the Royal Albert Hall in London, Royce Hall in Los Angeles and Congress Hall in Berlin. In the summer of 1999, he was the featured soloist with the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra. His collaboration with different genres of music has been a very strong point as is evidenced by the enormously successful Indo-Persian venture, the Ghazal Ensemble. Their album, Rain, was nominated for a Grammy award in 2004.
    In January 2000, the Boston Herald listed Shujaat Khan, along with luminaries like Seiji Ozawa and Luciano Pavarotti among the top 25 upcoming cultural events for the year.
    He has been invited as visiting faculty at the Dartington School of Music in England, the University of Washington in Seattle, and at UCLA.
    He is also known as a fearless collaborator, lately having done wide ranging concerts with artists as diverse as Karsh Kale to a successful Jugalbandi with Pioneer Hindustani Vocalist Ustad Rashid Khan. One of the best remembered collaborations of the year 2009-2010 happens to be Melange. Featuring Tim Ries on the saxophone, Kevin Hays on the piano, Karsh Kale on percussion, Katayoun Goudarzi on vocals, Ustaad Shujaat Khan on sitar, Karl Peters on bass and Yogesh Samsi on tabla, Melange has toured extensively across India.
    Ustad Shujaat Khan has recently tied up with Inroom Records, a Mumbai-based experimental / fusion label and artist management company, to handle his collaborative work.

  • Ustad Shujaat Hussain Khan - Raga Charukeshi - - by roothmens

    12:19

    Ab'ul Hasan Yamīn ud-Dīn Khusrow ابوالحسن یمین‌الدین خسروbetter known as Amīr Khusrow (also Khusrau, Khusro) Dehlawī (امیر خسرو دہلوی), was an Indian musician, scholar and poet. He was an iconic figure in the cultural history of the Indian subcontinent. A Sufi mystic and a spiritual disciple of Nizamuddin Auliya of Delhi, Amīr Khusrow was not only a notable poet but also a prolific and seminal musician. He wrote poetry primarily in Persian, but also in Hindavi.
    . See About Sitars on the diffrent songs on roothmens
    __________________________________________________________
    Sitar By Ustad Shujaat Hussain Khan
    Shujaat Husain Khan (born 19 May 1960) is an Indian musician and sitar player of the Imdadkhani gharana (school of music) He has recorded over 60 albums and was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best World Music Album for his work with the band Ghazal with Iranian musician Kayhan Kalhor. He also sings frequently. His style of sitar playing, known as gayaki ang, aims to imitate the human voice.
    Born in Calcutta to legendary sitar player, Ustad Vilayat Khan. He has musical pedigree that goes back seven generations: his grandfather, Ustad Enayat Khan; his great-grandfather, Ustad Imdad Khan; and his great-great-grandfather, Ustad Sahebdad Khan - all leading artists and torchbearers of the Imdadkhani gharana with its roots in Mymensingh (present day Bangladesh). He has a brother, sitarist Hidayat Khan and sisters sufi singer, Zila Khan and Yaman Khan.
    He is the son Of Ustad Vilayyat Hussain Which was Decleared The Sitar Artist Of The Decate . Also He Is Resposable For Some Inventions And Some Changes In The World Most Dificult Instrument Named Sitar .
    Performing Career
    _______________
    Shujaat Husain Khan has performed at numerous music festivals in India and has traveled around the world performing in Asia, Africa, North America and Europe.
    His approach to rhythm is largely intuitive, fresh and spontaneous, always astonishing his audiences. He is also known for his exceptional voice, which he uses for singing folk songs, including the album Lajo Lajo, as well as poetry, as in Hazaron Khwaishen.
    Shujaat Khan was featured in the concerts celebrating India's 50th anniversary of independence in 2007, and performed at the Carnegie Hall, New York, Paramount Theater, Seattle, and Meyers Symphony Theater, Dallas. In a special performance, he also played at the United Nations in the Assembly Hall, Geneva.
    His memorable appearances include performance at the Royal Albert Hall in London, Royce Hall in Los Angeles and Congress Hall in Berlin. In the summer of 1999, he was the featured soloist with the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra. His collaboration with different genres of music has been a very strong point as is evidenced by the enormously successful Indo-Persian venture, the Ghazal Ensemble. Their album, Rain, was nominated for a Grammy award in 2004.
    In January 2000, the Boston Herald listed Shujaat Khan, along with luminaries like Seiji Ozawa and Luciano Pavarotti among the top 25 upcoming cultural events for the year.
    He has been invited as visiting faculty at the Dartington School of Music in England, the University of Washington in Seattle, and at UCLA.
    He is also known as a fearless collaborator, lately having done wide ranging concerts with artists as diverse as Karsh Kale to a successful Jugalbandi with Pioneer Hindustani Vocalist Ustad Rashid Khan. One of the best remembered collaborations of the year 2009-2010 happens to be Melange. Featuring Tim Ries on the saxophone, Kevin Hays on the piano, Karsh Kale on percussion, Katayoun Goudarzi on vocals, Ustaad Shujaat Khan on sitar, Karl Peters on bass and Yogesh Samsi on tabla, Melange has toured extensively across India.
    Ustad Shujaat Khan has recently tied up with Inroom Records, a Mumbai-based experimental / fusion label and artist management company, to handle his collaborative work. His work with Ustad Rashid Khan is a property of Inroom Records.

  • Mélange, Ustad shujaat hussain khan live in New Delhi 04

    9:44

    United in Harmony - Melange

    Seven musicians across genres and geographies play togeteher. A sitar player, a jazz pianist, a guitarist, a drummer and along with tabla wala.

    Ustad Shujaat Hussain khan, Karsh Kale, Saxophonist Tim Ries, Jazz pianist Kevin Hayes, Tabla player Yogesh Samsi, guitarist Pat Matheny and Iranian Vocalist Katayoun Goudarzi


    Shujaat Husain Khan (born 14 August, 1960) is a noted Indian musician and sitar player belonging to the Imdadkhani gharana. He has over 60 albums to his credit besides a Grammy nomination. He has also been acclaimed for his vocals, and has performed in the band Ghazal with Kayhan Kalhor. His style known as the gayaki ang, is imitative of the subtleties of the human voice.

  • Ustad Shujaat Hussain Khan - Sunset With Raga Yaman Kalyan - by roothmens

    12:51

    *All rights are reserved to the song owners or licensed.*
    * It is not intended to violate copyrighted material, which all belongs to its receptive owners.This Video Is Entertainment Purpuse Only.*
    Shujaat Husain Khan (born 19 May 1960) is an Indian musician and sitar player of the Imdadkhani gharana A(school of music). He has recorded over 60 albums and was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best World Music Album for his work with the band Ghazal with Iranian musician Kayhan Kalhor. He also sings frequently. His style of sitar playing, known as gayaki ang, aims to imitate the human voice.
    Born in Calcutta to legendary sitar player, Ustad Vilayat Khan. He has musical pedigree that goes back seven generations: his grandfather, Ustad Enayat Khan; his great-grandfather, Ustad Imdad Khan; and his great-great-grandfather, Ustad Sahebdad Khan - all leading artists and torchbearers of the Imdadkhani gharana with its roots in Mymensingh (present day Bangladesh). He has a brother, sitarist Hidayat Khan and sisters sufi singer, Zila Khan and Yaman Khan.
    Shujaat Husain Khan has performed at numerous music festivals in India and has traveled around the world performing in Asia, Africa, North America and Europe.
    His approach to rhythm is largely intuitive, fresh and spontaneous, always astonishing his audiences. He is also known for his exceptional voice, which he uses for singing folk songs, including the album Lajo Lajo, as well as poetry, as in Hazaron Khwaishen.
    Shujaat Khan was featured in the concerts celebrating India's 60th anniversary of independence in 2007, and performed at the Carnegie Hall, New York, Paramount Theater, Seattle, and Meyers Symphony Theater, Dallas. In a special performance, he also played at the United Nations in the Assembly Hall, Geneva.
    His memorable appearances include performance at the Royal Albert Hall in London, Royce Hall in Los Angeles and Congress Hall in Berlin. In the summer of 1999, he was the featured soloist with the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra. His collaboration with different genres of music has been a very strong point as is evidenced by the enormously successful Indo-Persian venture, the Ghazal Ensemble. Their album, Rain, was nominated for a Grammy award in 2004.
    In January 2000, the Boston Herald listed Shujaat Khan, along with luminaries like Seiji Ozawa and Luciano Pavarotti among the top 25 upcoming cultural events for the year.
    He has been invited as visiting faculty at the Dartington School of Music in England, the University of Washington in Seattle, and at UCLA.
    He is also known as a fearless collaborator, lately having done wide ranging concerts with artists as diverse as Karsh Kale to a successful Jugalbandi with Pioneer Hindustani Vocalist Ustad Rashid Khan. One of the best remembered collaborations of the year 2009-2010 happens to be Melange. Featuring Tim Ries on the saxophone, Kevin Hays on the piano, Karsh Kale on percussion, Katayoun Goudarzi on vocals, Ustaad Shujaat Khan on sitar, Karl Peters on bass and Yogesh Samsi on tabla, Melange has toured extensively across India.
    Ustad Shujaat Khan has recently tied up with Inroom Records, a Mumbai-based experimental / fusion label and artist management company, to handle his collaborative work.

  • Ustad Shujaat Hussain Khan - Pia Ghar Aaye ji - Ameer Khusru - by roothmens

    7:43

    Ab'ul Hasan Yamīn ud-Dīn Khusrow better known as Amīr Khusrow (also Khusrau, Khusro) Dehlawī was an Indian musician, scholar and poet. He was an iconic figure in the cultural history of the Indian subcontinent. A Sufi mystic and a spiritual disciple of Nizamuddin Auliya of Delhi, Amīr Khusrow was not only a notable poet but also a prolific and seminal musician. He wrote poetry primarily in Persian, but also in Hindavi.
    . See About Sitars on the diffrent songs on roothmens
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    Sitar By Ustad Shujaat Hussain Khan
    Shujaat Husain Khan (born 19 May 1960) is an Indian musician and sitar player of the Imdadkhani gharana (school of music) He has recorded over 60 albums and was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best World Music Album for his work with the band Ghazal with Iranian musician Kayhan Kalhor. He also sings frequently. His style of sitar playing, known as gayaki ang, aims to imitate the human voice.
    Born in Calcutta to legendary sitar player, Ustad Vilayat Khan. He has musical pedigree that goes back seven generations: his grandfather, Ustad Enayat Khan; his great-grandfather, Ustad Imdad Khan; and his great-great-grandfather, Ustad Sahebdad Khan - all leading artists and torchbearers of the Imdadkhani gharana with its roots in Mymensingh (present day Bangladesh). He has a brother, sitarist Hidayat Khan and sisters sufi singer, Zila Khan and Yaman Khan.
    He is the son Of Ustad Vilayyat Hussain Which was Decleared The Sitar Artist Of The Decate . Also He Is Resposable For Some Inventions And Some Changes In The World Most Dificult Instrument Named Sitar .
    Performing Career
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    Shujaat Husain Khan has performed at numerous music festivals in India and has traveled around the world performing in Asia, Africa, North America and Europe.
    His approach to rhythm is largely intuitive, fresh and spontaneous, always astonishing his audiences. He is also known for his exceptional voice, which he uses for singing folk songs, including the album Lajo Lajo, as well as poetry, as in Hazaron Khwaishen.
    Shujaat Khan was featured in the concerts celebrating India's 50th anniversary of independence in 2007, and performed at the Carnegie Hall, New York, Paramount Theater, Seattle, and Meyers Symphony Theater, Dallas. In a special performance, he also played at the United Nations in the Assembly Hall, Geneva.
    His memorable appearances include performance at the Royal Albert Hall in London, Royce Hall in Los Angeles and Congress Hall in Berlin. In the summer of 1999, he was the featured soloist with the Edmonton Symphony Orchestra. His collaboration with different genres of music has been a very strong point as is evidenced by the enormously successful Indo-Persian venture, the Ghazal Ensemble. Their album, Rain, was nominated for a Grammy award in 2004.
    In January 2000, the Boston Herald listed Shujaat Khan, along with luminaries like Seiji Ozawa and Luciano Pavarotti among the top 25 upcoming cultural events for the year.
    He has been invited as visiting faculty at the Dartington School of Music in England, the University of Washington in Seattle, and at UCLA.
    He is also known as a fearless collaborator, lately having done wide ranging concerts with artists as diverse as Karsh Kale to a successful Jugalbandi with Pioneer Hindustani Vocalist Ustad Rashid Khan. One of the best remembered collaborations of the year 2009-2010 happens to be Melange. Featuring Tim Ries on the saxophone, Kevin Hays on the piano, Karsh Kale on percussion, Katayoun Goudarzi on vocals, Ustaad Shujaat Khan on sitar, Karl Peters on bass and Yogesh Samsi on tabla, Melange has toured extensively across India.
    Ustad Shujaat Khan has recently tied up with Inroom Records, a Mumbai-based experimental / fusion label and artist management company, to handle his collaborative work. His work with Ustad Rashid Khan is a property of Inroom Records.

  • Sounds of the Strings | Audio Jukebox | Instrumental | Classical | Shujaat Husain Khan

    58:23

    The sitar is one of the most powerful symbols of Indian classical music. Deriving its name from the Persian seh-taar, meaning three stringed, it has evolved to become a complex, sophisticated instrument. This album features Shujaat Husain Khan from the Imdad Khan gharana. The maestro brings out the rich tonality of the sitar as he begins his recital with alap, jod and jhala based on raga Darbari Kanhara. This is followed by a drut gat and jhala in teentala based on the same raga and finally a thumri in deepchandi tala.

    Track: Raga Darbari Kanhra - Alap, jod, jhala
    Music Label: 1997 Living Media India Ltd

    Track: Raga Darbari Kanhra - Drut gat and jhala
    Music Label: 1997 Living Media India Ltd

    Track: Raga Darbari Kanhra - Thumri
    Music Label: 1997 Living Media India Ltd

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  • Ustad Shujaat Khan Performs Yaman Kalyan

    5:29

    Shujaat Khansahib sings this popular bandish from Ustad Amir Khansahib. This recording is from a live concert in New Delhi, March 26, 2005. Accompanying Khansahib on tabla are Arunanghsu Chaudhury and Shankar Devnath.

  • Kayhan Kalhor, Shujaat Khan, Sandeep Das - Ghazal Ensemble Performing in Turkey

    15:31

    Subscribe to this channel to get notified when similar videos are posted. The Ghazal Ensemble performs at the 13th annual Mystic Music Festival in Konya, Turkey (2016).

    Kayhan Kalhor - Kamancheh
    Shujaat Khan - Sitar
    Sandeep Das - Tabla

    Video originally posted by TravelS Aerial and Nefhith at

  • Mélange, Ustad shujaat hussain khan live in New Delhi 03

    1:31

    United in Harmony - Melange

    Seven musicians across genres and geographies play togeteher. A sitar player, a jazz pianist, a guitarist, a drummer and along with tabla wala.

    Ustad Shujaat Hussain khan, Karsh Kale, Saxophonist Tim Ries, Jazz pianist Kevin Hayes, Tabla player Yogesh Samsi, guitarist Pat Matheny and Iranian Vocalist Katayoun Goudarzi


    Shujaat Husain Khan (born 14 August, 1960) is a noted Indian musician and sitar player belonging to the Imdadkhani gharana. He has over 60 albums to his credit besides a Grammy nomination. He has also been acclaimed for his vocals, and has performed in the band Ghazal with Kayhan Kalhor. His style known as the gayaki ang, is imitative of the subtleties of the human voice.

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