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I have prepared this for a friend's poetry-book-launch event, a mash-up of sorts of traditional tabla and poetry. Hopefully some find it interesting, perhaps amusing (please use headphones/speakers for a better baya sound):



Happy holidays all and keep your hands on the drum.

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Thanks Khitchdee - I certainly had apprehensions about how this would go but the reception so far has been good and I had a lot of fun doing it. Amateurish production aesthetics aside, I hoped that the enthusiasm for poetry and tabla came through and it did not all seem too contrived.

Of-course, most tabla-players would probably chuckle and say - give me that nice sitar lehera, bald-man, and off you go :-)

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What's the mystery with the headphones/speakers?
No mystery really - the baya is not heard all that well without those. That's all.

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You mean headphones or speaker or either?
What would be a third alternative?
I must admit I'm stumped on that one.
Either. (As opposed to using just the internal speaker on PC or whatever device you use)

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