Traditioneel-klassieke muziek uit Noord India
1- Music from The Shrines of Ajmer and Mundra.
Made by noted collector and broadcaster John Levy, these important recordings of North Indian music document classical naubat, traditionally played by musicians in courtyards or over gates in palaces and temples to mark the hours of the day, with shahna’i ( oboe) and naqqara (timpani). The album also includes examples of popular naubat, Kacchi Kafi devotional song and a rare mashak bagpipe solo.
CD. Footprints in de Desert.
Label: Topic Records UK (1995) – Code: TSCD911 | VIDEO
2- Glimpse of Rajasthani Music.
This particular album compiles the novel sounds and puts them together in a historic presentation of a century old folk compositions that are related to festivals, nuptials devotional and other rituals prevalent among the communities of Rajasthan. The songs are rendered by traditional musicians who have been keeping this beautiful music tradition alive over several generations. The album contains music of Sufi-sindhi, Kalbeliya, Bhopa-Bhopi, Langa, Katheri, Mewati, Manganyar and Kanjar communities.
CD. Glimpse of Rajasthani Music.
Label: De Kulture Music (2013), code: DKM-002-A | VIDEO
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