V. R. Kadnekar - The Lyrical Tradition Of Khyal / La Tradition Lyrique Du Khyal 7 - Jaipur Gharana mp3 album
Title: The Lyrical Tradition Of Khyal / La Tradition Lyrique Du Khyal 7 - Jaipur Gharana
Style: Indian Classical
Date of release: 1996
Size MP3: 1275 mb
Size FLAC: 1623 mb
Format: XM APE AIFF FLAC AHX AA RA
1 Khyal - Vilambit Ektal. 2 Khyal - Drut Ektal. 3 Khyal - Atidrut Tintal.
Pandit Kadnekar is one of the only three senior Khyal singers of this very highly estimated school. An All India Radio artist, he is dedicated to teaching: he has totally devoted himself to the traditional method of teaching. Variations: Viewing All V. R. Kadnekar. The Lyrical Tradition Of Khyal, La Tradition Lyrique Du Khyal 7 - Jaipur Gharana (CD).
The Jaipur-Atrauli Gharana (also known as the Jaipur Gharana, Atrauli Gharana, Atrauli-Jaipur Gharana, Alladiya Gharana and Alladiyakhani Gayaki) is a Hindustani music apprenticeship fraternity (gharana), founded by Alladiya Khan (1855–1946) in the late-19th century. Evolved from the dhrupad tradition, the Jaipur Gharana acquired its name and status in the early half of the 20th century as a result of the growing popularity of khayal singers such as Smt.
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The Jaipur-Atrauli Gharana (also known as the Jaipur Gharana, Atrauli-Jaipur Gharana, and Alladiyakhani Gharana) is a khyal-based stylized singing family-hood (gharana), founded by Alladiya Khan (1855–1946) in the late 19th century. Meend in aalap and gamak in taan are the hallmark of this gayaki.
Jaipur Gharana- Jaipur Gharana fluorished during the tenure of Kachchwaha kings of Jaipur. Style: The technical aspects of dance, such as footwork and spins are emphasised upon. Notable personality: Rajendra Gangani. Banaras Gharana- This Gharana was started by a person called Janaki Prasad. Style: Banaras gharana is known for its Natawari compositions, where rhythmic syllables correspond to the sound created by the feet striking the ground.
|1||Khyal - Vilambit Ektal||35:15|
|2||Khyal - Drut Ektal||8:28|
|3||Khyal - Atidrut Tintal||4:46|
|4||Rag Kafi-Malhar - Khyal - Madhyalay Tintal||6:57|
|5||Rag Sughrai-Malhar - Madhyalay Tintal||10:40|
|6||Rag Suha-Malhar - Drut Tintal||4:35|
- Tabla – Maruti V. Kurdekar
- Violin – A. M. Hiremath
- Vocals – V. R. Kadnekar