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PAZ

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I found some Leheras and wanted to share,

This is a teen taal lehera, funky and jazzy. Makes good fusion practice. Really enjoy playing to this one



This one is a little more traditional teen taal lehera,



Hope you enjoy and find use in them, will post more as I come across them.

Also I would be nice to some vids of people playing to them, just to further the knowledge base base.

Paz
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ahirbhairav

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Here's one guy playing a rela with the lehra:

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Originally Posted by "ahirbhairav"
Here's one guy playing a rela with the lehra:
The rela is good, and the lehara is good, but the two together ... not so much! The rela is drut (fast) but the lehara is vilambit (slow)!


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ahirbhairav

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Originally Posted by "pbercker"
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Originally Posted by "ahirbhairav"
Here's one guy playing a rela with the lehra:
The rela is good, and the lehara is good, but the two together ... not so much! The rela is drut (fast) but the lehara is vilambit (slow)!


Pascal
Yeah, I know, but I could only find that thing...

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pbercker

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Originally Posted by "PAZ"
I found some Leheras and wanted to share,

This is a teen taal lehera, funky and jazzy. Makes good fusion practice. Really enjoy playing to this one



This one is a little more traditional teen taal lehera,



Hope you enjoy and find use in them, will post more as I come across them.

Also I would be nice to some vids of people playing to them, just to further the knowledge base base.

Paz
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I'm curious as to what you meant the other link to be since both links here are the same!

Here's a lehara that I like, but it's only 2 minutes even though the video is 8 minutes long ... 6 minutes of silence!





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PAZ

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Good catch mate. I must have copied the same link.

Fixed the first post.
Here is the actual link



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Tablatastic

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Hi Guys,

Regarding Lehras, I dont know if you have seen this link on youtube:

Sample:


CD's are available on their online store for only 125 INR.
https://www.sonicoctaves.com/store/index.php?route=product/search&filter_name=Lehra
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