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fossesitar

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Shifts over into an entirely different dimension around the 9 minute mark

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I know how much you love Vilayat Khan's playing, as do I. If you have not heard them yet I have some old live performances here:

http://www.mediafire.com/folder/r4sjx0n1t2a2i/Raga

The Jog I recorded from the audience at the Smithsonian around 1980 or so with Avtar Singh on tabla.

The Multani was recorded in Cambridge MA (forget which venue) in early 80s.

Darbari (amazing 40+ minute alap/jor/jhalla) probably from the 60s. Same with the Bhairavi (Vilayat also sings here) with a wonderful dadra collaboration by Samta Prasad.

You should also attend to the Manilal Nag Vilashkhani Todi I recorded from the audience in Kolkata between 1979-1980 with Mahapurish Mishra on table.

I put up the full Ravi Shankar Darbari/Maru Bihag All India Radio as it is rare to hear a Ravi Shankar Darbari.

And the Abid Hussain Khan rudra vin is just plain rare and quite delightful.

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OUTSTANDING THANKS POV!
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Exceptional indeed thank u for sharing these recordings.
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Thanks.
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The first link (UVK /Ghosh Darbari) is probably the one recording I've listened to the most in ICM. Definitely a classic among sitarists to be sure.

There's a nice little phrase in the alaap that I like, m/P m/P/n P/n\P m\g, except done very fast of course. Only downside to this recording is a pitch shift (tape defect) that happens somewhere in the alaap as I recall. The gat, though...particularly mesmerizing.
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