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Dhrubna Ghosh II

12 april 1997, Grote aula, Tropeninstituut, Amsterdam

Thema: Wereld
Genres: Indiase Raga | Wereldmuziek
Componist: Traditional
Opnametechniek: Mark van Kempen

Traditionele Indiase muziek. Raga Kirwani en volksliedjes.

Dhruba Ghosh (Bombay, 1957) teaches and lives in Bombay. He is the son of the great Tabla Legend Nikhil Ghosh, who, besides concerting, wrote also the book “Fundamental of raga, with a new system of notation” (Bombay 1968). Dhruba is also the nephew of the flute player Pannalall Ghosh.

After having studied singing and rhythm with his father, he learned the sarangi from the one and only Sagiruddin Khan himself from the school of Bundu Khan. A remarkable musician, Dhruba contributed to develop the sarangi as a soloing instrument.

In the past history, sarangi had been used mainly to accompany the singers, a difficult art which he practices also with such artists as Lakshmi Shankar. Dhruba Gosh has directed for many years the Ghosh family music school in Bombay, where he gained a great experience in pedagogy. He is now a Musical Director, in the Sangit Academy in Brussels.

(bron: http://www.dhrubaghosh.com/profile.php)

Raga Kirwani
Traditioneel
Dhrubna Ghosh (sarangi), Yogesh Samsi (tabla), Karuna Jankisingh (tampoera)
Volksliedje
Traditioneel
Dhrubna Ghosh (sarangi), Yogesh Samsi (tabla), Karuna Jankisingh (tampoera)
Bengaals volksliedje
Traditioneel
Dhrubna Ghosh (sarangi), Yogesh Samsi (tabla), Karuna Jankisingh (tampoera)