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luis_tabla

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Hello again, everyone!

Can anyone write me what guruji is playing at 00:40 at this video:



Wich i believe is the same phrasing Ustad Ahmedjan Thirakwa ji is playing at 07:55 in this video:



I love that DhineDhine effect but i don
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hbajpai

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If you are referring to 2 index fingers on daya, its nag nag nag different than nagan nagan.
thirakawa ustad video is a dead link.
If the person in the first video is your guru, just ask him for the piece.
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luis_tabla

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Originally Posted by "hbajpai"
If you are referring to 2 index fingers on daya, its nag nag nag different than nagan nagan.
thirakawa ustad video is a dead link.
If the person in the first video is your guru, just ask him for the piece.
Hey hbajpai, how are you?

Tirakwa's link works on my pc, try this one

(if not, please copy the other adress and paste it on the www box in your browser, maybe that will work)

Sorry, maybe i
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hbajpai

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I am not sure what phrase you are talking about. I think you mean gadidene or the complete phrase is dhatrak dhikit kata gadigene.
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hbajpai

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Another example of the same
#t=677s

I finally got to Ustad AJT's video at 7:55. A different composition. DhineGine
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luis_tabla

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Originally Posted by "hbajpai"
Another example of the same
#t=677s
Yes, that
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hbajpai

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Ustad AJT is playing a completely different piece, style, etc. etc.

Pdt. Samta Prasad and Shri Baruri are playing the same piece. You will find the same piece in Ustad. Zakir Hussain's album "Energy". Track 2 about 10-12 minutes into it. There are many, many examples of this same piece on youtube.

Try and decode it bits at a time. Download it. cut out everything except the single speed parts. Slow it down in media player. Listen to it on head phones. Try and find other recordings of the same piece and between several players, you will be able to decode it.

There are very few phrases in it.

DhaTrakDhikitKaTaGadiGene is one phrase.
Nag Nag Nag is another.
Kat is at the foot of the composition DheTete is the joiner.

You pretty much have all the phrases required. Just assemble it. :-)

I could just post it, but then you will loose out on all the fun and learning.

It's also published in several books.
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