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Anthology of Indian Classical Music: A Tribute to Alain Daniélou 3 CD set
First released in 1955 by Ducretet-Thomson (EMI), the LP anthology is said to be the "first of this music to become available in the West in which the recorded pieces were...
Bengal: Bengali Traditional Folk Music CD
Bengal, a historically important and culturally distinctive region in the northeast of the Indian subcontinent that today is separated by the India-Bangladesh border, is the source of the Baul song...
Dance and Festivity CD
Dance and Festivity highlights music for dance and festive events around the world. Included are the cueca, the national dance of Chile; zapateo, a couples dance from Cuba; and a polka...
India: North Indian Folk Music CD
“There is not a single aspect of [Indian village] life which does not have its music,” writes Manfred M. Junius is the liner notes of this album. Junius, a lifelong...
India: Vicitra Vina - The Music of Pandit Lalmani Misra CD
Musician and educator Dr. Lalmani Misra (1924–1979) was recognized as a master of the vicitra vina (also known as vichitra veena). Perhaps the oldest stringed instrument in classical Hindustani music,...
Musical Sources CD
First issued in 1971, Musical Sources is a collection of 30 compositions from the UNESCO Collection of Traditional Music. The featured field recordings include rarely heard examples of music from the...
Nepal: Ritual and Entertainment CD
Situated between China and India in the Himalayans, Nepal contains eight of the world’s ten tallest mountains within its borders. Until the 18th century, the kingdom of Nepal was made...
North India: Dhrupad Singing by Ustad F. Wasifuddin Dagar CD
Dhrupad singing is regarded as the most ancient and rigorous form of classical vocal music in India. The term refers to both the musical form as a whole and to one...
North India: Instrumental Music - Rudra Veena, Vichitra Veena, Sarod, Shahnai
Noted musicologist Alain Daniélou observes that the classical Indian raga is a meditation on the states of the soul. “For this reason,” he writes in this album’s liner notes, “the...
North India: Instrumental Music - Sitar, Flute, Sarangi
The classical music of North India (Hindustani music) has roots in Persian Musiqi-e assil folk music, Sufi songs, Vedic chants, and the region’s own folk traditions. Although it is primarily...
North India: Instrumental Music of Mediaeval India CD
The rudra vina or bin is a plucked zither-type instrument that dates to the seventh century. Translated to mean “the vina dear to (the Hindu god) Shiva,” the rudra vina...
North India: Vocal music - Dhrupad and Khyal CD
The two principal vocal styles found in the classical music of Northern India are dhrupad and khyal. The dhrupad style, said to be the oldest still in use in that musical...
Pakistan: The Music of the Qawal CD
Qawwali is a form of Sufi devotional music popular in the northern regions of present-day Pakistan and India. Although it is thought to have originated in Persia, present-day Iran, and...
South India: Ranganayaki Rajagopalan—Continuity in the Karaikudi Vina Style 2 CD set
Vina player Ranganayaki Rajagopalan (b. 1932) is a much-honored master of a South Indian classical (Karnatak/Carnatic) instrumental style named after the town of Karaikudi in Tamil Nadu, South India. She...