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assingh

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Shantanu Panshikar one of the finest tabla players from India. He is the senior most disciple of maestro Taalyogi Pt. Sureshji Talwalkar. He continues to learn this art from maestro Pt. Vibhavji Nageshkar. This is a very informal recording of Shantanu at his residence in Ambernath.









Banaras Laggi



Can someone share the notation of this laggi?
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evening84

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DISCLAIMER : I do not know this laggi, not having received it from anyone, a reputable Guru or a house of disrepute. It is merely my transcription based on what he is saying and playing.

GheNaDhaaGe TagaDhiNa
KrDhaDhirDhir DhirTagTiNa
KeNaTaaKe TakaTiNa
KrDhaDhirDhir DhirTagDhiNa

Corrections are welcome - The part I am not really sure of is the Kr. It does not appear to be a straight Dha. KrDha, KitDha or a chapki are all possible candidates. Could be one thing in slow laya and slightly modified as he takes off.

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Originally Posted by "assingh"
Shantanu Panshikar one of the finest tabla players from India. He is the senior most disciple of maestro Taalyogi Pt. Sureshji Talwalkar. He continues to learn this art from maestro Pt. Vibhavji Nageshkar. This is a very informal recording of Shantanu at his residence in Ambernath.









Banaras Laggi



Can someone share the notation of this laggi?

A delightful tabla player ... deserves to be better known. I can't help but note that we're always admonished to use powder very sparingly ... and then we see in part 4 how he pours and pours and then pours some more powder all over his bayan!


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Purely the laggi and not his improv.

Ghena dhas ghitag dhinna
Kitdha dhirdhir kittak tinna plus khali.
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npandit

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Pascal, why is it better to use powder sparingly?
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Pascal, why is it better to use powder sparingly?
The general idea seems to be this:

1) To avoid a buildup of powder which can sometimes "cake" on the shayi, which affects the resonance.
2) To avoid getting it between the maidan and the kinar - thereby dampening the sound I suspect.


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