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Album: Glimpses of Great Masters: An Indian Classical Music Sampler

Artist: Various Artists

  • Genre: Indian Classical
  • Release Date: 2006
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 25

  • Copyright: ℗ 1998 Chhanda Dhara

Tracklist For Glimpses of Great Masters: An Indian Classical Music Sampler By Artist Various Artists

Title Artist Time
1
Raga Bhimpalasi, Shehnai Ustad Bismillah Khan 3:03 USD 0.69
2
Raga Bhatiyar, Sitar Ravi Shankar 3:06 USD 0.69
3
Bhajan In Raga Bhairavi, Vocal Pandit Bhimsen Joshi 3:13 USD 0.69
4
Sool Taal - Tabla Solo Alla Rakha & Zakir Hussain 3:05 USD 0.69
5
Raga Bhairav Bahar, Sitar Ustad Vilayat Khan 3:23 USD 0.69
6
Raga Bilaskhani Todi, Santoor Pandit Shivkumar Sharma 2:46 USD 0.69
7
Raga Adana, Vocal Pandit Jasraj 3:00 USD 0.69
8
Baul Folk Melody, Sitar Pandit Nikhil Banerjee 3:26 USD 0.69
9
Raga Maru Bihag, Sarangi & Sar Aashish Khan & Sultan Khan 1:51 USD 0.69
10
Teen Taal - Tabla Solo Kumar Bose & Pandit Kishan Maharaj 3:03 USD 0.69
11
Raga Shuddh Sarang, Bamboo Flu Pandit Hariprasad Chaurasia 2:55 USD 0.69
12
Raga Bageshree, Violin & Guita Pandit Brij Bhushan Kabra & V. G. Jog 2:36 USD 0.69
13
Raga Kalyani, Vocal Dr. M. Balamuralikrishna 3:17 USD 0.69
14
Dhun (Folk Melody), Sitar Rais Khan 3:36 USD 0.69
15
A Tribute to Germany, Sarod Ustad Amjad Ali Khan 3:43 USD 0.69
16
Dhun (Folk Melody), Shehnai Daya Shankar 2:30 USD 0.69
17
Fast Teen Taal - Tabla Solo Swapan Chaudhuri 4:20 USD 0.69
18
Raga Salag Barari Todi, Vocal Rajan & Sajan Mishra 3:06 USD 0.69
19
Raga Kirwani, Sitar & Sarod Aashish Khan & Indranil Bhattacharya 3:04 USD 0.69
20
Raga Chandrajyoti, Chitravina N. Ravikiran 3:15 USD 0.69
21
Raga Puriya, Sitar Ustad Shahid Parvez Khan 2:41 USD 0.69
22
Ragamalika (A Garland of Ragas U. Srinivas 3:20 USD 0.69
23
Raga Shuddh Kalyan, Sitar Budhaditya Mukherjee 3:05 USD 0.69
24
Thillana - Traditional Indian Shefali Nag 3:47 USD 0.69
25
Dhun (Welcome & Farewell Melod Ali Akbar Khan 3:03 USD 0.69

Reviews For Glimpses of Great Masters: An Indian Classical Music Sampler By Artist Various Artists

  • Awesome

    5
    By JWMc
    This is a great overview. Note, however, it is called "Glimpses..." for a good reason. Although there are twenty-five songs, they are all short.
  • Go further... find more jewels!

    5
    By afanofindianmusic
    This is definitely a good starting point for music lovers to start with Indian classical music. The artists featured here are all very great and they represent different styles and instruments used in Indian classical context. It is a great idea to explore their albums after listening to these samples. My most favorite instrumentalists are: Ravi Shankar Shivkumar Sharma Hariprasad Chaurasia Ali Akbar Khan Nikhil Banerjee Zakir Hussain Bismillah Khan U Srinivas And Vocalists: Jasraj [one of the most melodious and deep voices] Rajan & Sajan Mishra Bhimsen Joshi M. Balamuralikrishna [especially his devotional songs]
  • A window into the sublime world of Indian classical

    5
    By Be_Cool
    This album is good as a sample, an excellent choice for listeners who are new to Indian classical music. The best thing is that so many maestros of both North & South Indian classical music are covered here. Also, it gives a good intro to so many different instruments and styles.

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