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Salamat Ali Khan

Two brothers from Pakistan (Nazakat is currently deceased) who challenged and inspired one another to great vocal levels inside a stirring duet form generally heard in Indian music. Salamat has truly gone to record like a soloist.

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Ustad Rais Khan

Born on Dec 25, 1939, in Indore, India, Rais Khan was trained initially by his dad Muhammad Khan but was powered by his mom when it found riyaz (practice). On his mother’s aspect he is linked to the sitar virtuoso Inayat Khan from the Imdadkhani gharana. (Find Chairman’s Choice — …

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Debashish Bhattacharya

Created in 1963 to musically willing parents, Debashish Bhattacharya was a prodigy of Indian music, taking on your guitar in its newest incarnations while an Indian classical device. Playing for those India Radio by age group four, Bhattacharya created his personal design over the following 20 years roughly, studying beneath …

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Wajahat Khan

A member of 1 of India’s most influential music family members, Wajahat Khan may be the boy of Ustad Imrat Khan, as well as the nephew of Ustad Vilayat Khan. The very first sarod participant in his family’s seven decades of music artists, Khan has performed a major part in …

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John McLaughlin

Among fusion’s most virtuosic acoustic guitar soloists, John McLaughlin placed his blazing velocity in the support of the searching spiritual enthusiasm which has kept his music evolving and available to new affects. Whether shredding on electrical or simmering silently on acoustic, McLaughlin’s strength and underappreciated flexibility have often held his …

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John Handy

A talented and adventurous altoist whose profession has truly gone through many stages, John Handy started taking part in alto in 1949. After shifting to NY in 1958, he previously a fiery period with Charles Mingus (1958-1959) that led to many passionate recordings that showcase his originality; he also documented …

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Vishwa Mohan Bhatt

Vishwa Mohan “V.M.” Bhatt is definitely among India’s state-of-the-art music artists. The inventor from the Mohan Veena, a nineteen string revised archtop acoustic guitar with three melody strings, four drone strings and twelve sympathetic strings, Bhatt has generated an audio that mixes the traditional western Hawaiian acoustic guitar with sitar, …

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U. Srinivas

Born on Feb 28, 1969, in Palakol in Andhra Pradesh, U. Srinivas is generally billed as Mandolin Srinivas. Chitravina Ravikiran takes on the chitravina while some possess vina, violin, clarinet as well as fiddle as phone cards. As well as the Tamil composer Make Srivivasalu obtained his name through functioning …

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Dhol Foundation

The multi-membered Dhol Base (named following a North Indian drum created from a big wooden shell) combines components of both classic Indian music using the unmistakable rhythms of world music, developing a completely original and compelling sound. The group’s head is certainly arranger/drummer/keyboardist/vocalist Johnny Kalsi, who discovered his tips of …

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Uday Bhawalkar

Uday Bhawalkar offers helped to consider dhrupad, among the oldest varieties of North Indian performing, from its spiritual roots towards the international stage. Performing inside a deep tone of voice, he is constantly on the bring a fresh sensibility to the introspective and meditative music. Taught to sing by his …

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