In neuro-scientific contemporary dhrupad performing, the Dagar Brothers are legends. Since there were a succession of Dagar Brothers, just a little chronology can help to prise them aside. The family have been courtroom music artists in Indore. In 1936 Nasiruddin Khan Dagar passed away at age 41. His eldest sons, Moinuddin and Aminuddin, continuing the family custom of performing dhrupad and had been responsible for presenting this austere, stately type to traditional western ears. In 1966 Moinuddin passed away and Nasir Zahiruddin Dagar (1933-) and Nasir Faiyazuddin Dagar (1934-1989) got over. It had been their work specifically that made this enormous tag on Indian music enthusiasts.
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