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  • Vilambit teental group performance

    15:05

    This is the group performance on occasion on guru pornima

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  • Explorations In Vilambit Teentaal

    3:44

    Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises

    Explorations In Vilambit Teentaal · Ustad Zakir Hussain · Ken Zukerman

    Rhythmic Impressions Of Ustad Zakir Hussain

    ℗ 2006 Navras Records, Ltd.

    Released on: 2006-07-25

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

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  • E Shaguna Bicharo Rageshree Vilambit Ektaal Drut - Teentaal - Dekho Badhai Sai Ko

    21:50

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    ''E Shaguna Bicharo'' Rageshree Vilambit Ektaal Drut - Teentaal - Dekho Badhai Sai Ko · Begum Parween Sultana

    The Genius Of Begum Parween Sultana

    ℗ 1987 Universal Music India Pvt. Ltd.

    Released on: 1987-01-01

    Composer Lyricist: Ustad Dilshad Khan

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  • Tin Taal Vilambit- Dhrut by Prasenjit Banik

    10:51

    Pravaha presents Parampara festival 2nd year
    30th March 2019, Saturday
    Guest artist- Shri Prasenjit Banik

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  • Pt. Anil Kumar Saha, Raga: Bageshree-, Album-Chandra Chakor

    37:04

    Anil Kumar Saha -- North Indian Classical vocal musician and teacher:

    North Indian Classical Vocal Musician Anil Kumar Saha was born on 21st April 1965 at Kadim Malanchi village under the district of Pabna and police station Sujanagar. His father was Shri Sachindra Nath Saha and mother is Smt. Usha Rani aha. They have been living permanently in Shirajganj since 1972. Anil Kimar Shaha started his education first in the village school and later on continued in Shirajganj. His first step in music was with Mr Mahabubur Rahman from 1978-1980 at Shirajganj Mukul Fouz Sangeet Vidalaya.
    In 1981 Mr Saha met with legendry maestro of Indian classical music Ustaad Abu Daud Khan. Since then he started taking regular Taalim from Ustaadji and on the basis of Guru-Shisha tradition the Taalim continues till 1999. Besides his sincere hard work he carried on classical music related academic education under Rabindra Bharati University and Indira Kala Sangeet University Kharga. From there he was awarded Sangeet Bibhakar (Bachelor of Music) and Sangeet Ratna (Master of Music). In the M.Mus examination he became first class first and achieved gold medal for his talent.
    In Dhaka Mr Anil performed his first performance at Bishwa Shaittya Kendra auditorium, organised by Suddha Sangeet Prashar Gosthi. After that he didn't look back and performed in home and abroad with great honour.
    Anil Kumar Saha is an artist of special grade in Bangladesh Betar (Radio) and Bangladesh television. He is appointed as an examiner and B.Mus question producer in the National University. He is also a member of the committee of music syllabus of National Educatioan and Text Book Board. At present he is working as a senior lecturer of classical music at Shanta Marium University.

    Apart from being a performer he is a very outstanding music teacher. Locally he teaches classical vocal music at Bulbul Lalitkala Academy, Hindol Sangeet Academy, Anandam

    Sangeetaian, Sur Saptak Sangeet academy and Naba Raag Sangeet Academy. Many renowned and popular artists of the country are taking regular Taalim on classical music from him.
    His wife Sharmishtha Roy is equally cultural minded and by profession she is a school teacher. His son Arijeet Saha Arno is fond of music and painting and daughter Murchana Saha Othoi is learning dance and painting.
    Anil Kumar Saha has achieved several honours and awards from renowned organisations, such as Sangeet Gram (India), Baithaki Sangeet Ashar, Srijan, Nandan Cultural Organisation, Sri Komol Sangeet Vidalaya (Shirajganj), Ucchash Lalitkala Academy, Nattyashabha and Katha Lalitkala Academy.
    Anil Kumar Saha was nominated twice as The Best Classical Singer at Citycell Channel i Music Award in 2004 and 2007. He has released three cassettes and CDs of classical vocal music titled as Chandra Chakor, Shruti, Joari and Illusion. To mark his dedication and contribution in the field of Indian Classical Music he has published two very helpful and informative books on Classical Music. First one is Sangeet Prabeshak released from Anupam Prakashani and second one is Sur Nirjhar, published by Momo Prakashani.

  • Raag- Ahir bhairav .....sung by Ranjana jha.... vilambit teental and Madhyalay teental

    9:09

    A live performance on SUBAH-A-BANARAS program in VARANASI....Tabla- Pt. Rajshekhar ji.....Violin- Pt. Sukhdev mishra....Harmonium- Rajnish jha....Camera by Divyachetan

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  • Teentaal Lahara in Madhya laya Kathak..........By Innovation

    8:16

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  • TeenTaal: A group tabla presentation by Swasti Pandeys students

    7:29

    Shreya, Priya and Anik - Students of Swasti Pandey presenting Teen Taal Kaaydaas (Teesra and Chautshra jaati) Tripalli & Rela.

    Performance at: Sanatan Dharm Kendra, Sunnyvale California USA

  • Teentaal group recital

    32:16

    Same compositions are recited by the group

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  • Kathak dance in Vilambit laya by V. Anuradha Singh Raigarh Gharana

    2:51

    Shuddha Kathak dance in Vilambit laya / slow speed by V. Anuradha Singh. She is spectacular signature in the field of performing classical Kathak dance from two decades and highly appreciated who has dedicated herself to perfecting this dance form. Her excellent forms of rhythm as well as her natural flair for profound expressions are critically acclaimed by the connoisseurs. She is the only classical dancer of Raigarh Gharana who has performed more than two hundred solo stage performance spread across the India and abroad.

  • Pt. Anil Kumar Saha, Raga: Jogh , Album-Chandra Chakor

    28:12

    Pt. Anil Kumar Saha -- North Indian Classical vocal musician and teacher:

    North Indian Classical Vocal Musician Pt. Anil Kumar Saha was born on 21st April 1965 at Kadim Malanchi village under the district of Pabna and police station Sujanagar. His father was Shri Sachindra Nath Saha and mother is Smt. Usha Rani aha. They have been living permanently in Shirajganj since 1972. Anil Kimar Shaha started his education first in the village school and later on continued in Shirajganj. His first step in music was with Mr Mahabubur Rahman from 1978-1980 at Shirajganj Mukul Fouz Sangeet Vidalaya.
    In 1981 Mr Saha met with legendry maestro of Indian classical music Ustaad Abu Daud Khan. Since then he started taking regular Taalim from Ustaadji and on the basis of Guru-Shisha tradition the Taalim continues till 1999. Besides his sincere hard work he carried on classical music related academic education under Rabindra Bharati University and Indira Kala Sangeet University Kharga. From there he was awarded Sangeet Bibhakar (Bachelor of Music) and Sangeet Ratna (Master of Music). In the M.Mus examination he became first class first and achieved gold medal for his talent.
    In Dhaka Mr Anil performed his first performance at Bishwa Shaittya Kendra auditorium, organised by Suddha Sangeet Prashar Gosthi. After that he didn't look back and performed in home and abroad with great honour.
    Anil Kumar Saha is an artist of special grade in Bangladesh Betar (Radio) and Bangladesh television. He is appointed as an examiner and B.Mus question producer in the National University. He is also a member of the committee of music syllabus of National Educatioan and Text Book Board. At present he is working as a senior lecturer of classical music at Shanta Marium University.

    Apart from being a performer he is a very outstanding music teacher. Locally he teaches classical vocal music at Bulbul Lalitkala Academy, Hindol Sangeet Academy, Anandam

    Sangeetaian, Sur Saptak Sangeet academy and Naba Raag Sangeet Academy. Many renowned and popular artists of the country are taking regular Taalim on classical music from him.
    His wife Sharmishtha Roy is equally cultural minded and by profession she is a school teacher. His son Arijeet Saha Arno is fond of music and painting and daughter Murchana Saha Othoi is learning dance and painting.
    Anil Kumar Saha has achieved several honours and awards from renowned organisations, such as Sangeet Gram (India), Baithaki Sangeet Ashar, Srijan, Nandan Cultural Organisation, Sri Komol Sangeet Vidalaya (Shirajganj), Ucchash Lalitkala Academy, Nattyashabha and Katha Lalitkala Academy.
    Anil Kumar Saha was nominated twice as The Best Classical Singer at Citycell Channel i Music Award in 2004 and 2007. He has released three cassettes and CDs of classical vocal music titled as Chandra Chakor, Shruti, Joari and Illusion. To mark his dedication and contribution in the field of Indian Classical Music he has published two very helpful and informative books on Classical Music. First one is Sangeet Prabeshak released from Anupam Prakashani and second one is Sur Nirjhar, published by Momo Prakashani.

  • Kathak teen taal By Pt. Tapan Roy

    2:59

  • KATHAK | VILAMBIT TEENTAAL | GHAT-SANDHYA

    2:49

    I performed in the festival GHAT - SANDHYA organised in Assi ghat, in the bank of the holy river Ganga.
    Some thaat, upaj, amad, paran, ladi etc in teentaal - 16 beats.

  • Sarangi Lehra | Raag Charukeshi | Teentaal | Lehra Studio Sarangi

    15:48

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    D Scale, 60 Bpm

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  • Kavit in Teental Kathak..........By Innovation

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    Harmonium Sanjay K Chaubey,Tabla Yogendra Vikram,Sitar Pooja Gaur

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  • Tabla Solo by Chandan Vishwakarma Teen Taal Vilambit

    10:09

    Tabla Solo by Chandan Vishwakarma Vilambit Teen Taal
    With The Haramoniyam - Pankaj Sharma...
    .Place - Omkar Nath Thakur Hall Feaculty Of Performing arts Banaras Hindu University Varanasi .....India

  • Raag Nand by Pandit Ravikiran, Manipal. | ‘Alaap The Classical Concert - A Series

    30:31

    Raag Nand
    01 Vilambit khyal in taal Jumra - E Jo roop bane kaise
    02 Madhalay teental bandish - Jare jare ja badarva
    03 Dhrut teental tarana - Dhim dha ra tanana derena

    Vocal : Pandit Ravikiran,Manipal
    Tabla : Shri Bharavi Deraje, Surathkal
    Harmonium : Shri Shashikiran Manipal
    Tanpura : Shri Sumanth, Udupi

    Location Courtesy : Shri Krishnamurthy Bhat, Mayagundi, Puttur, Udupi

    Special thanks to Ustad Rafique Khan, Mangalore

    Audio Recording Studio : Riddhi Creations, Kadiyali, Udupi
    Mix ~ Mastering : Shri Jayanth Aithal
    Editing : Shri Vinayak Mallya

    Pandit Ravikiran Manipal
    Pandit Ravikiran Manipal, an A graded Vocalist of All India Radio(AIR) had his initial training under Pt. Madhava Bhat, Udupi, a well known guru of Agra Gwaliar Gharana. Later Ravikiran had his tutelage under Pandit Narayana Pandit, a well known Violin Artist and disciple of Pt. Kumar Gandharwa. Narayan Pandit had written hundreds of Bandishes with the pen name of ‘Naadapiya’ & Ravikiran, his able disciple is popularizing his bandishes.
    Ravikiran has obtained “Sangeeth Alankhar” from Akhil Bharateeya Gandharv Maha Vidyalay and “Vidwat” from Karnataka Secondary Education Board.
    Pt. Ravikiran Manipal has performed in many prestigious music festivals of India and toured gulf countries, Malaysia and Singapore for performances.
    Ravikiran has given many lec-dem concerts too. He is teaching music in Mangalore and Manipal. Preparing many good vocalists as well.

    Sri Shashikiran Manipal
    Sri Shashikiran Manipal had his training under his brother Pt. Ravikiran Manipal. Shashikiran is both a Tabla Artist as well as Harmonium Artist. Learnt Tabla from Sri Madhava Acharya, Udupi and passed senior exam with second rank. He has accompanied many renowned musicians both on Harmonium and Tabla. Shashikiran is working as a Photographer in Manipal University. Toured many places in India, gulf countries, Malaysia and Singapore for performances.

    Sri Bharavi Deraje
    Sri Bharavi Deraje learnt Tabla from Sri Keramane Rama Hegde, Sri Putturu Seetarama Nayak and Sri Madhava Acharya Udupi and currently continuing with Sri Gurumoorthy Vaidya, Bangalore.
    He has accompanied many renowned vocalists and a few instrumental Artists too. Toured gulf countries, Malaysia , Singapore, and Australia for performances.

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  • APURBA BANERJEE

    7:15

    HERE SHRI APURBA BANERJEE IS PERFORMING SAROD RECITAL AND SHRI SUDIP CHATTERJI IS ACCOMPANYING HIM ON TABLA AT SRI SRI SARADA RAMAKRISHNALAYA,CHINSURAH,HOOGHLY,WEST BENGAL

  • Thumri in Raag Bhairavi | Purbayan Chatterjee | Darbar VR360

    9:06

    #darbarfestival | Sitar maestro Purbayan Chatterjee performs the auspicious Raag Bhairavi at its original sunrise hour, calling on the melodic hallmarks of his Senia-Maihar gharana heritage.
    ► Welcome to the Darbar VR360 Festival. We’ve released over 50 immersive VR videos showcasing some of India’s finest artists performing in breathtaking natural landscapes, spanning Hindustani, Carnatic, Dhrupad, and percussion.

    For the best experience use a VR headset with headphones. Experience being the sole ‘audience member’ right next to the musicians for your own private raga performance, enjoying the music amidst India’s natural world. For more info, including the full program, see

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    Purbayan Chatterjee’s accomplished sitar playing is rooted in the Senia Maihar gharana’s blend of Dhrupad and khayal. His style was shaped by his father Pandit Parthapratim Chatterjee, as well as taking great inspiration from the ideas of Pandit Nikhil Banerjee. As a classical artist he has performed with Ustad Zakir Hussain and other leading musicians

    He is known for fusion work too, collaborating widely and reworking rock, pop, and jazz classics for the sitar, and has innovated elsewhere, inventing a smaller, more portable sitar that can be played while sitting on a chair rather than the floor. Purbayan continues to develop his classical expertise, while constantly searching for new musical horizons too.

    Learn more at:
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    The emotion that comes to my mind first is surrender. What genre you play doesn’t matter. Even a rebellious rocker while playing surrenders to a greater emotion, to a greater need to express himself, to a force. (Purbayan Chatterjee)

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    Bhairavi is often described as the ‘queen of ragas’. It takes its name from the Hindu goddess of destruction, and conjures versatile moods. To some it can evoke ‘awe, terror, and chaos’; to others ‘a pleasant sobering atmosphere of love and piety’. Though usually heard as the final piece in a concert, its natural, original home - showcased here - is the sunrise hour.

    Understanding the raga is crucial to broader Hindustani musical learning - bansuri master Pandit Rupak Kulkarni (who also appears at Darbar VR 360 Festival), recounts the approach of his guru Hariprasad Chaurasia: “Guruji taught me Raag Bhairavi for five years. When I complained about the repetition, he said: ‘You have to practice Bhairavi until your last breath’. That is what made me realize what swarabhyas [the study of notes] means”.

    It is based on the form SrgmPdnS - all swaras [notes] are komal [flattened] except Sa, ma, and Pa. The vadi and samvadi [king and queen notes] are typically taken to be ma and Sa, and the raga commonly takes a versatile mishra (‘mixed’) form - all 12 notes are allowed, thus injecting some comparatively rare chromaticism into Hindustani music. It resembles Carnatic Raga Hanumatodi and the Western Phrygian scale.

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    Recorded by Darbar in 2019, on location in West India:
    -Purbayan Chatterjee (sitar)

    Technical team credit:
    -Jagdeep Shah (DOP)
    -Sandeep Virdee (location sound)
    -Nirmal Singh (360 editor)
    -Christoph Bracher (ambisonic sound dubbing)
    -Narvir Singh (assistant editor)
    -Special thanks to Sherna Chatterjee & Mortimer Chatterjee

    Darbar believes in the power of Indian classical arts to stir, thrill and inspire. Through shared experiences and digital connectivity we ensure that one of the world’s finest art forms reaches the widest possible audience. Founded in 2006, we deliver premium quality live events, music education, broadcasts and online engagement through promoting artistic innovation and creative technology. We are also committed to providing a platform for new talent from India and the UK.

    All Rights Reserved ©2019 Darbar Arts Culture Heritage Trust

  • #Kathak Group performance at Nrityakatha 2020||Voice From The Past||Composition by Pt.Ramgopal Misra

    13:35

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  • Tabla Teentaal Lehra/Nagma

    9:59

    A 16 beat Teentaal Vilambat Lay Lehra in Raag Charukeshi
    Tempo : 60bpm

    Enjoy the relaxing mood of modern Raaga while escaping in natures bliss.

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    Sarangi, Bass, Synthesisers, Arrangement, Mixing by Jinsarangi

  • Vilambit Zhaptal | Kathak | 2019

    1:50

    I am sharing with you Uthan and that in Vilambit Zhaptal.
    Choreography : Guru Ranjana Phadke
    Featuring : Tejashree Vaidya and Dipanwita Bhaumik.

  • Taal trital tabla 2019 || Tabla Sargam sangeet Vidyalay

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  • Raas Taal | Paran Aamad in vilambit lay

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    This paran Aamad is taught by my Guru Ranjana Phadke and choreographed by me. I have attempted to do in on theka only without any padhant. Video was shot in my Dance institute Shree Kala Nrutyalay.
    Video Credits - Bhumika Shetty
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  • Trisha Hazra | Barse Badariya - Meera Bhajan | Green New Signature | Shrutinandan

    6:14

    Bhajan: Barse Badariya Saawan Ki
    Singer: Trisha Hazra
    Harmonium Accompanist: Aritra Chakraborty
    Tabla Accompanist: Indranil Bhaduri
    Guitars: Rudrarup Banerjee
    Keys: Chakraborty Samrat

    Production: Shrutinandan Team

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    #GreenNewSignature #Season2 #Shrutinandan #Trisha #BarseBadariya #Bhajan

  • Indian rhythmic cycle Teental explained -​ Essential Techniques for Indian Guitar Chapter 7

    9:02

    Visit playleadguitar.net for more details.

    Teental is the most common rhythmic cycle in North Indian Classical Music. It is a 16 beat cycle (divided in 4 groups of 4). It is played on the Tabla drums and can be vocally recited as follows:
    Dha Dhin Dhin Dha
    Dha Dhin Dhin Dha
    Dha tin tin na
    na Dhin Dhin Dha

    Seen in this video:
    Manish Pingle - Indian slide guitar
    Gurdain Rayatt - tabla

    In response to these difficult times I am now offering the 'Essential Techniques for Indian Guitar' online course 50% off and scholarship access to people who are really in need of it and have a strong desire to learn.

    I have experienced so much generosity from different teachers over the years so it feels good to offer this to everyone now.

    If you've always wanted to attempt Indian classical music on guitar this is your chance to give it a good go. Don't be shy to go ahead and apply for a scholarship deduction if you're in a challenging financial situation.

    I would also like to thank two teachers of mine who really influenced the construction of the course. Roopa Panesar and Shakir Khan thank you for your support.

    May music be a balm to the Soul at these difficult times.

    About the course:

    This course is a unique body of work and an eye-opening experience for any guitarist who wishes to expand their horizons into Indian Classical Music. The core of the material is based on adapting elements of sitar technique and regenerating the nature of the electric guitar.

    It has been created for guitarists who already have some playing experience - not necessarily in Indian music. However it is also very suitable for beginners, as the concepts and techniques are taught in a very clear way and the earlier chapters contain basic exercises that are easily understood.

    THE MATERIALS:

    It consists of 32 videos arranged into 21 Chapters, adding up to 4 hours of content. There is notation, tablature and neck diagrams to accompany the material.

    The course moves systematically through an entire recital of Raag Kafi and breaks down the techniques and theory concepts that are key to each stage of a performance. One of the aims is to give you a good grounding in each core area of the music. This will grant you a strong foundation and the real technical bearings with the guitar to make this style possible on the instrument.

    The material contains very specially crafted exercises and points of focus, that provide the right tools and practice concepts that will really nourish the roots of your playing. As the elements are broken down into easily digestible parts, there is a pleasing simplicity to it. But when all the elements are fully absorbed and used as a vehicle for improvisation, you will see the true potential of the ideas being expressed and taught here.

    The course has also hugely benefited from some very valuable input from my teacher Roopa Panesar (the UK’s leading sitarist). She really helped me to define the structural details of a whole recital which has shaped the way that all of the material is presented. This has been so vital because there is such significance on context in Indian Classical music.

    In order to create form and focus to it’s improvised nature, you must have a way of navigating through the music and putting ideas into a clear progression, that will result in a complete musical statement. That is how a recital can last easily up to an hour, using just the one raag and can keep sounding fresh and full of new ideas all the way through. This is what we will achieve by the end of this course.

    Have a look at the syllabus and the way it's organized in this course.

    1. Understanding sargam and applying it to the fretboard
    2. Scale practice and positions using sargam
    3. Scale practice with Raag Kafi
    4. Right hand picking techniques and chikari strings
    5. Left hand ornamentation techniques - Parts 1, 2 and 3
    6. Example of Alap, Jor, Jhala recital
    7. Understanding the Tabla drums and learning the 16 beat Teental cycle
    8. Composition in Vilambit teental and tihai - Parts 1 and 2
    9. Vilambit exercises - Parts 1, 2 and 3
    10. Example of Vilambit recital
    11. Left hand Fingering techniques - Parts 1, 2, 3 and 4
    12. Composition in Madhya teental and tihai - Parts 1 and 2
    13. Madhya exercises - Parts 1, 2 and 3
    14. Example of Madhya recital
    15. Composition in Drut teental and tihai - Parts 1 and 2
    16. Drut exercises - Parts 1 and 2
    17. Example of Drut recital
    18. Jhala patterns and chakradar tihai
    19. Example of Jhala recital
    20. Conclusion
    21. Example of a full recital

    The course is only available on my website and once you make the purchase you will have unlimited lifetime access. The content is accessed via a membership account on my site that I will arrange within 24hrs of purchase.

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  • Puriya Dhanashri

    32:18

    Raag - Puriya Dhanashri with Vilambit Bandish composed by Guru Dr. Alkatai - Maai ko huk in Vilambit Teental
    And
    A paramparik Chota khyal - Bhavar bhavar bole in Drut Teental.

    Accompanied by:
    Tabla : Shri. Tukaram Govekar
    Harmonium : Shri. Charudatta Gavas

  • Raag Shuddh Kalyan by Pandit Ravikiran, Manipal. | ‘Alaap The Classical Concert - A Series

    38:01

    Raag Shudh Kalyan
    01. Vilambit khyal in Ektal- Bajan bajeri mandilara
    02. Madhyalay teental bandish - Sham dhale sakhiri
    03. Dhrut teental bandish - Gopi Jan vallabh pyare

    Vocal : Pandit Ravikiran,Manipal
    Tabla : Shri Bharavi Deraje, Surathkal
    Harmonium : Shri Shashikiran Manipal
    Tanpura : Shri Sumanth, Udupi

    Location Courtesy : Shri Krishnamurthy Bhat, Mayagundi, Puttur, Udupi

    Special thanks to Ustad Rafique Khan, Mangalore

    Audio Recording Studio : Riddhi Creations, Kadiyali, Udupi
    Mix ~ Mastering : Shri Jayanth Aithal
    Editing : Shri Vinayak Mallya

    Pandit Ravikiran Manipal
    Pandit Ravikiran Manipal, an A graded Vocalist of All India Radio(AIR) had his initial training under Pt. Madhava Bhat, Udupi, a well known guru of Agra Gwaliar Gharana. Later Ravikiran had his tutelage under Pandit Narayana Pandit, a well known Violin Artist and disciple of Pt. Kumar Gandharwa. Narayan Pandit had written hundreds of Bandishes with the pen name of ‘Naadapiya’ & Ravikiran, his able disciple is popularizing his bandishes.
    Ravikiran has obtained “Sangeeth Alankhar” from Akhil Bharateeya Gandharv Maha Vidyalay and “Vidwat” from Karnataka Secondary Education Board.
    Pt. Ravikiran Manipal has performed in many prestigious music festivals of India and toured gulf countries, Malaysia and Singapore for performances.
    Ravikiran has given many lec-dem concerts too. He is teaching music in Mangalore and Manipal. Preparing many good vocalists as well.

    Sri Shashikiran Manipal
    Sri Shashikiran Manipal had his training under his brother Pt. Ravikiran Manipal. Shashikiran is both a Tabla Artist as well as Harmonium Artist. Learnt Tabla from Sri Madhava Acharya, Udupi and passed senior exam with second rank. He has accompanied many renowned musicians both on Harmonium and Tabla. Shashikiran is working as a Photographer in Manipal University. Toured many places in India, gulf countries, Malaysia and Singapore for performances.

    Sri Bharavi Deraje
    Sri Bharavi Deraje learnt Tabla from Sri Keramane Rama Hegde, Sri Putturu Seetarama Nayak and Sri Madhava Acharya Udupi and currently continuing with Sri Gurumoorthy Vaidya, Bangalore.
    He has accompanied many renowned vocalists and a few instrumental Artists too. Toured gulf countries, Malaysia , Singapore, and Australia for performances.

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  • Learn Vilambit Ektaal | Lesson 15 | Anol Chatterjee | Learn Indian Music

    24:16

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  • Raag Madhuvanti on Israj Part2 ft. Santosh Bhakta, Navaraj Grg - Teentaal Vilambit | Peshkaar Studio

    16:24

    Peshkaar Studio Yalamaya Sessions
    Season 02 - Episode 01 - (Part 2)
    Raag Madhuvanti on Israj
    (Teeltaal Vilambit - 16 beat cycle)

    ** Performing Artists **
    Santosh Bhakta Shrestha (Israj)
    Navaraj Gurung (Tabla)
    Sugama Gautam (Tanpura)

    ** Team **
    1. Pramod Karki (Director of Photography)
    2. Tshering Bhutia (Sound)
    3. Bishal Tamrakar (Online Recording)
    4. Sagar Subba (Studio Mixing)

    ** Produced By **
    Shrawan Kumar

    ** Directed & Edited By **
    Bijesh Poudel

    A Peshkaar Studio Presentation, 2017

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  • Raag Bhoopali Shri Sunil Masurkar

    37:02

    Shri Sunil Masurkar performed Bhoopali Raag in Shravan Mahotsav 2019 at Ujjain. He sang vilambit khyal prabhu mori in vilambit ektaal, then madhyalaya bandish Dev Maheshwara in teentaal and ended his performance by outsatanding rendition of drut Tarana. Accompaniment done by shri Ramendra singh solanki on tabla and shri Ravi KIlledar on Harmonium.

  • Kathak tatkar lesson । Teentaal। Ekgun, dugun,chaugun । Beginners

    2:18

    Guru Taruna jangid pareek

  • Kathak teentaal by the students of Swar sadhna kendra 2018

    15:56

    Kathak teentaal by the students of Swar sadhna kendra on the occasion of Swar Sadhna Kendra annual function 2018.
    Junior group- Yashvika, Aarna, Mansha, Sunaina & Shreya.
    Senior group- Sejal, Keniesha & Ananya Jha

  • Raga Malkuns Alaap Vilambit - Gat Teen Taal

    21:45

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    Raga Malkuns Alaap Vilambit - Gat Teen Taal (Instrumental) · Ustad Shahid Parvez · Ustad Zakir Hussain

    Sitar & Tabla

    ℗ 1995 Universal Music India Pvt. Ltd.

    Released on: 1995-01-01

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  • CLASSICAL PERFORMANCE | HMI SEASON11 | GROUP VOCAL | RAAGA MALKAUNS | TARANA |

    3:18

    ROCKING YOUNGSTERS SEASON 11 LIVE PERFORMANCE
    CONCEPT AND DIRECTED BY JAYDEEP VAIDYA & ZUBEEN VAIDYA
    All these students has performed raag malkauns...
    The team ....
    Vrunda,Bhumi,Aarya,Aakshita,Archana,Bindiya,Gaytri,Chaitali,Darshna,Diya,
    Devanshi,Dhyani,Hardik,Ishani,Jinshi,Krupa,Krishna,Laher,Mahek,Naisha,
    Narmada.


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    On Tabla - Nidhi patel , Ansh patel & Nikhil maheshwari

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    Malkauns is a serious, meditative raga, and is developed mostly in the lower octave (mandra saptak) and in a slow tempo (vilambit laya). ... The komal Ni in Malkauns is different from the komal Ni in Bhimpalasi.

  • BaalYuva Gurupornima 2019 | Vinat | Tabla

    17:50

    TaalYogi Aashram Presents: Baal va Yuva Gurupornima Utsav
    Date: Sunday, 4th August 2019
    Venue: Versatile English Medium School, Sinhagad Road, Pune

    Credits:
    Tabla: Vinat
    Harmonium: Umesh Purohit

    Compere: Jagadish Shirapurkar

  • Kathak Shiksha Darshan || Madhumita Roy || 1st & 2nd year || BHAVNA RECORDS

    10:04

    First year (PART TWO)
    Guru Vandana-
    Teen Taal (16 beats) - Thailaya, Dugun, Chawgun hastak Avyass, Pada karma, Chakkar Avyass Tukda, Toda Chakkardar Tukda, Layavistar
    Second year
    Madhurastakam - From Gitgobindam of poet kabi Joydeb Teen Tsal (16 beats) - Thailaya, Dugun, Tingun, Chawgun Bilambitlaya - Aamod Msdhyalaya - Tukda Toda, Chakkardar Tukda Gintir Tehai, Kabbitya ( Makhan Churi), Lari.

    Katha Kaha So Kathak- a story teller - who would go from town to town, village narrating and dancing verses about the Gods and Goddesses. The origin of this dance form dates back to the 17th century when it was practiced in the temple. With the advent of Muslim rule kathak slowly moved from the temple to the court acquiring along its way.

    Madhumita Roy is a well-known name in Kathak dance field. A senior student of Kathak maestro Pt. Birju Maharaj, Madhumita has performed almost all over in India as well as abroad. she is top grade artist of Doordarshan. Her Choreographic works have been applauded by the audience and the news critics as well. She is the director of her institution GHUNGROO

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  • Ustad Zakir Hussain - Tintal Tabla Solo - Kolkotta

    51:32

    On the occassion of Pandit Anindo Chatterjee's birthday, Ustad Zakir Hussain was invited to perform a tabla solo at the Ramakrishna Mission in Kolkota. In this solo, Zakir-ji plays many traditional compositions. Ramesh Mishra does a superb job accompanying on sarangi.

  • Raga Malkauns | Ustad Rashid Khan

    31:09

    Raga Malkauns
    Tabla - Pandit Tanmoy Bose
    Sarangi - Ustad Murad Ali Khan
    Harmonium - Pandit Jyoti Goho

    Assurance for the future of Indian vocal music ~ Pandit Bhimsen Joshi on Ustad Rashid Khan.

    Rashid Khan Saheb belongs to the Rampur - Sahaswan Gharana of music (Northern Uttar Pradesh) and honed is craft under the tutelage of his maternal granduncle Ustad Nissar Hussain Khan & his paternal uncle Ustad Ghulam Mustafa Khan.

    He has noted some of his most important musical influences as being Ustad Amir Khan & Pandit Bhimsen Joshi, both of which are fondly remembered for their beautifully crafted alaap's and vilambit khayals.

    Ustad Rashid Khan is one of India's most important custodian's of the ancient classical arts. He continues to soulfully combine technical dexterity and dignity from concert to concert - a true master.

    Performing here with a wonderful group of artists at the Sankat Mochan Sangeet Samaroh (Varanasi), Northern India.

  • Raag Jog - Vilambit Gat In Teentaal

    14:16

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    Raag Jog - Vilambit Gat In Teentaal (Live) · Vishwamohan Bhatt

    Swar Shikhar - The Taj Heritage Series: Live In Jodhpur November 2001

    ℗ 2002 Virgin Records (India) Pvt Ltd

    Released on: 2002-01-01

    Composer: Traditional
    Arranger, Work Arranger: Vishwamohan Bhatt

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  • Roshnis Kathak - Vilambit @ Krisna Temple - Sept 2 2019

    7:56

  • Kathak | Shuddh Nritta by Annu Gupta | Teen Taal Drut Lay

    2:23

    Annu Gupta, a disciple of Smt. Monisa Nayak and an avid Kathak Performer presenting ‘Nritta’ and pure traditional pieces of Jaipur Gharana of Kathak Dance in Taal Teen Taal.

    Nritta corresponds to pure dance steps performed rhythmically through graceful movements of the body. Here the movements of the body do not convey any mood or meaning and its purpose is just creating beauty by making various patterns, lines in space and time. Taal and Laya are the basic concepts of Nritta.


  • Kathak Duet in Taal Teentaal | Performed by Prachi Salvi & Meenal Purswani #SPW Students

    12:37

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    Prachi Salvi & Meenal Purswani, students of Sangeet Pravah World performed their Kathak in Taal Teentaal. They are learning from Sangeet Pravah World - Udaipur Branch. Appreciate them by Liking, Commenting & Sharing a lot. Hope to see them more on this Musical Channel.

    Tabla Accompany: Master Nishad
    Harmonium (Lehra) Accompany: Harija Pandey
    Padhant Accompany: Himja Pandey


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  • Classical tabla performance by Dev, with sitar lehra

    3:29

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  • Teen Taal By Ustad Tari Khan In Lahore

    20:16

    In the realm of South Asian music, when it comes to percussionists emanating from the sub-continent the name of Ustad Tari Khan is inseparable from Tabla. Born in Lahore Pakistan, Tari Khan hails from a family of musicians whose lineage can be traced back to Bhai Mardana. Tari Khan’s father was a classical vocalist of great virtuosity and his early education in music was that of a singer. However, Tari Khan listened to the tabla of Ustad Shaukat Hussain Khan at the age of six and became so enamored with the celebrated Ustad that all his musical interests became focused on Tabla. He spent the next eight years of his life listening to Ustad Shaukat Hussain Khan at concerts, on the radio, at private mehfils (musical gatherings) and on the television. At fourteen, he formally became a student of Ustad Shaukat Hussain Khan. Three years later he performed at the death anniversary of Mian Qadir Baksh. That solo performance earned him a revered place amongst the Tabla greats of all time. Ustad Tari Khan had arrived. There has been no looking back for Tari Khan. Today, he is acknowledged as one of the foremost Tabla players of all time by musicians all over the world.

  • Raag Jaunpuri by Ratri Sarkar

    27:34

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  • Raga Alhaiya Bilawal | Kishori Amonkar |

    54:06

    This live recording of Kishori Amonkar’s performance is from the Best of Swar Utsav collection, from the magnificent showcase for the finest musicians in the country. Here, she sings Raga Alhaiya Bilawal. Kishori Amonkar trained under her mother, Mogubai Kurdikar of the Jaipur gharana and went on to experiment with a variety of vocal styles. Considered one of the pre-eminent representatives of Hindustani classical music, Amonkar's work in light music has informed her classical singing and she has also modified her Jaipur gharana performance style by applying features from other gharanas. At once tradition-bound and experimental, Kishori Amonkar’s immense talent is displayed in her superb interpretation of Raga Alhaiya Bilawal.

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  • Tabla Performance by Students, Teen Tal Classical

    6:50

    A video of the students of Jayanti's Tabla Academy performing Teen Tal solo during Christmas 2014.

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  • Raag Shree | Sunset | Purbayan Chatterjee | Darbar VR360

    10:31

    #darbarfestival | Purbayan Chatterjee’s accomplished sitar playing is rooted in the Senia Maihar gharana’s historic blend of Dhrupad and khayal.
    ► Welcome to the Darbar VR360 Festival. We’ve released over 50 immersive VR videos showcasing some of India’s finest artists performing in breathtaking natural landscapes, spanning Hindustani, Carnatic, Dhrupad, and percussion.

    For the best experience use a VR headset with headphones. Experience being the sole ‘audience member’ right next to the musicians for your own private raga performance, enjoying the music amidst India’s natural world. For more info, including the full program, see

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    Purbayan Chatterjee’s accomplished sitar playing is rooted in the Senia Maihar gharana’s blend of Dhrupad and khayal. His style was shaped by his father Pandit Parthapratim Chatterjee, as well as taking great inspiration from the ideas of Pandit Nikhil Banerjee. As a classical artist he has performed with Ustad Zakir Hussain and other leading musicians

    He is known for fusion work too, collaborating widely and reworking rock, pop, and jazz classics for the sitar, and has innovated elsewhere, inventing a smaller, more portable sitar that can be played while sitting on a chair rather than the floor. Purbayan continues to develop his classical expertise, while constantly searching for new musical horizons too.

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    The emotion that comes to my mind first is surrender. What genre you play doesn’t matter. Even a rebellious rocker while playing surrenders to a greater emotion, to a greater need to express himself, to a force. (Purbayan Chatterjee)

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    Shree is a devotional sunset raga with ancient roots. The name has sacred origins (‘Shri’), representing humanity’s material relation with the world (as opposed to ‘Om’, which represents our spiritual dimensions). It is associated with Lord Shiva, the destroyer and transformer, Lakshmi, the giver of wealth and prosperity, and various Sikh saints, many of whom composed in the raga.

    Sitarist-scholar Deepak Raja quotes legendary vocalist Omkarnath Thakur as considering Shree to be a raga of fear: “The prescribed time for performing this raga (around sunset) is the time when nature and humans are at peace, but the disembodied spirits (of whom Shiva is the Lord) become active, and aid the black magic of Tantriks”.

    It is considered to be among the most difficult ragas to master. Hailing from Purvi thaat, it takes the swaras SrGMPdNS, with Re and Pa as the vadi-samvadi pairing (king and queen notes). The core of the raga is to be found in the movement between these two notes, with musicians employing all manner of ornamentations to explore their co-relationship. The raga is typically elaborated in madhya and taar saptak [middle and upper octaves]. A range of different sruti (microtones) are used, with many variants of Re and Dha turning up in its extensive recorded history.

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    Recorded by Darbar in 2019, on location in West India:
    -Purbayan Chatterjee (sitar)

    Technical team credit:
    - Jagdeep Shah (DOP)
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    - Special thanks to Sherna Chatterjee & Mortimer Chatterjee

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  • Vikas Gupta - Sitar | Raga: Gaud Sarang & Pilu | Tabla: Akram Khan

    1:8:50

    Vikas Gupta has gained recognition both in India and abroad as a highly skilled and creative sitarist. His fast growing reputation has been built on his ability to articulate improvised passages with great speed and clarity.This debut CD marks the start of a great creative journey for this talented musician. Vikas is superbly complemented by Akram Khan on tabla.
    Vikas Gupta has gained recognition both in India and abroad as a highly skilled and creative
    sitarist. His fast growing reputation has been built on his ability to articulate improvised passages with great speed and clarity.This debut CD marks the start of a great creative journey for this talented musician. Vikas is superbly complemented by Akram Khan on tabla.
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    Tracks
    Raga Gaud Sarang
    Alap 00:00:00
    Jor, Jhalla 00:12:50
    Gat in jhaptaal (10 beats) 00:20:52
    Gat in teentaal (16 beats) 00:29:15
    Gat in drut teentaal 00:34:34
    Raga Pilu
    Alap 00:52:00
    Jor 01:02:41
    Gat in drut teentaal 01:11:21

    Recorded at Virtual Studios, Sanjaya, Gujarat (India)
    Executive Producer - Alpesh Patel
    Produced, Mixed and Mastered in the U.K by - Derek Roberts
    Assistant Engineer - Krishna Shirgaonkar
    VFX By - Varun Creations | Vijay Dave
    Photography - Deko
    Thanks to - The team at Virtual Studios, Kanti Dattani and Verity Sharp (BBC Radio 3 / Late Junction) for inspired radio.

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    Vikas Gupta has gained recognition both in India and abroad as a highly skilled and creative sitarist. His fast growing reputation has been built on his ability to articulate improvised passages with great speed and clarity based on sound raga structure, combined with the skilful control of meend, the technique of pulling the main melodic string across the fret of the sitar in order to vary the pitch of the note.
    Sitar is the best known and most popular stringed instrument in the Northern part of the Indian sub-continent.

    His playing represents the tradition of Maihar and Senia Gharana, a style of playing crafted by Baba Allaudin Khan, perhaps the most influential Indian musician of the twentieth century. The concept of gharana is peculiar to North India Classical Music. The word gharana literally means of the house and traditionally refers to the home of the teacher from where the source of the knowledge and inspiration is derived.

    For this recording Vikas has chosen two ragas of contrasting moods, Gaud Sarang and Pilu.Gaud Sarang is an energetic raga which evokes feelings of aspiration and hope. It is traditionally performed in the afternoon, which makes it rarely heard outside of India where most concerts take place in the evening.
    The recital begins with the traditional Alap. The alap is slow, meditative and serene, gently and deliberately outlining the personality of the raga. A rhythmic pulse is added for the Jor part of the Alap (track 2), the pace gradually increasing as the improvised phrases become more intense and intricate. As the momentum builds, the performance moves into the jhalla, the spaces between melodies now filled with the resonance of the repeated strokes on the chikari strings. The initial composition, or gat, is set to jhaptaal, a rhythmic cycle of ten beats. Here Vikas is joined by accompanist Akram Khan on tabla, India's most popular and versatile percussion instrument. Akram Khan is the foremost exponent of the Ajrara gharana of tabla playing.Throughout the performance, Vikas periodically returns to the gat melody giving the tabla accompanist the opportunity to express himself more freely with some elaborate improvised rhythmic patterns played within the framework of the structure of the time cycle (taal).
    Raga Pilu is a romantic raga that is associated mostly with lighter classical vocal genres such as thumri. After the introductory Alap (track 7) and Jor (track 8), Vikas plays a lively composition in the popular teentaal, a rhythmic cycle of sixteen beats, which features fluent and precisely articulated taan patterns which serve to enhance both the beauty and integrity of the raga.
    'It was a very happy and memorable experience to me for being at 'Virtual Studio' in Anand. The studio is beautifully designed, and situated, keeping in view the aesthetics of classical music. Its surroundings are captivating. I felt mesmerized and highly charged emotionally while playing Sitar for the studio recording. Sense producer Derek Roberts was so creative and imaginative that he could bring out my best for the recital of Pilu and Gaud Sarang'. - Vikas Gupta
    Notes: John Ball

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