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TravTrav

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Hello,

I'm interested in learning this Raag.

Can anyone provide me with notation and audio to do so? or point em in the right direction please.

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Originally Posted by "TravTrav"
Hello,

I'm interested in learning this Raag.

Can anyone provide me with notation and audio to do so? or point em in the right direction please.

Regards,
Hari OM! Since I'm running late, I'll opt out for pointing you in the right direction....one of them anyway...

Try Ravi Shankar's older book, "My Music, My life" on page 143, and in the new version ( which every self-respecting sitar player should have anyway ) turn to page 155.
Best of luck....

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Just listened to UVK's Maand Bhairav this morning, also a great one...seems to be similar to Bhairav but using a shuddh dha.

I really need to get that book one of these days!
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Jaan-bhai has kindly posted a number of beautiful bhairab vocal recordings in this thread
http://forums.chandrakantha.com/viewtopic.php?f=26&t=8946&p=57299#p57299

You can find an Aliakbar bhairab here
http://www.esnips.com/doc/710efdce-8f85-499a-841b-619cc7194bdd/Ali-Akbar-Khan---Bhairav

And for a discussion on bhairab, Herr Parrikar
http://www.parrikar.org/raga-central/bhairav

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Raga_Mala

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Amjad Ali Khan plays Bhairav:


Jasraj sings Bhairav:


Bhairav is one of my favorite ragas to listen to. Enjoy.

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