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Surinder Kaur

“The Nightingale of Punjab,” Surinder Kaur was her generation’s leading interpreter of Indian folk music. Delivered November 25, 1929, in Lahore, the administrative centre from the then-undivided condition of Punjab, Kaur was among eight kids. At age 12, she and old sister Parkash jointly studied traditional music under Muslim get …

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Amir Khan

Born in Apr 1912 in Kalanaur, Amir Khan became probably one of the most respected and influential Hindustani classical vocalists of his day time. He learned in the beginning from his dad, Shahmir Khan, but later on soaked up a number of performing designs from different gharanas. His forte was …

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Begum Akhtar

Begum Akhtar originated from Faizabad in Uttar Pradesh and studied with “eminent maestros like Ustads Vaheed Khan and Ata Khan of Patiala” based on the skimpy sleeve records of the 1969 LP for EMI India. She was among the finest & most spellbinding exponents of ghazal, but incredibly under-represented in …

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Mukul

b. Mukul Deora, c. 1973, Bombay, India. Mukul’s dad is certainly Murli Deora, a respected body in the Indian Congress Party and long-standing Person in Parliament, his mom, Hema Deora, can be an interior developer, painter, social employee, and an internationally observed bridge participant. As a kid, Mukul heard American …

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Teddy Weatherford

b. 11 Oct 1903, Pocahontas, Virginia, USA, d. 25 Apr 1945, Calcutta, India. While Weatherford was still a kid his family shifted to New Orleans where he started playing piano as an adolescent. He was still in his teenagers when he became a member of the fantastic northward migration, finding …

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Hamish Imlach

Hamish Imlach had a multi-layered performing career, as an anti-nuclear activist, comedian, folk-singer, and politics satirist. A indigenous of Scotland, he started his recording profession in 1966 on Transatlantic Information’ XTRA label and eventually cut eight well-known LPs for the business over another seven years. He cherished traditional folk tunes, …

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Brij Bhushan Kabra

Your guitar is a recently available foreign introduction to the world of Hindustani music. Its most widely known exponent participant is normally Brijbhushan Kabra. Through the 1960s he was mixed up in producing of two significant albums by which he found a wide worldwide audience. The greater important of both …

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Mili Bermejo

Deftly fusing her Latin heritage — her father was a Mexican composer and her mother an Argentinean singer and tango dancer — using a love and in-depth understanding of jazz, Mili Bermejo have been performing for quite a while just before her first release, 1992’s Ay Amor! Blessed in Buenos …

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Geoffrey Tozer

Australian Geoffrey Tozer was one particular uncommon pianists who attract attention not merely for their huge talent but also for the force of their particular personalities as well as the often unintended controversies they create. Tozer was typically connected with repertory by neglected composers like Nikolay Medtner, Alan Rawsthorne, Erich …

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Rashid Khan

Rashid Khan is certainly one of top male vocalists to go up through the ranks through the ’90s. Delivered in 1966, he includes a older contact and, when his tone of voice is soaring, it really is in honestly inspiring design. He in addition has documented for Magnasound/OMI.

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