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Shree Rag: Live, Munich 1976
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Shree Rag: Live, Munich 1976

14 décembre 2007 | Format : MP3

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Astonishing masterpiece 7 décembre 2003
Par An Alexandria music lover - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This is one of Banerjee's greatest recorded performances - - although I hesitate to say that in light of the large number of live performances that seem to be lurking in the vaults. I own twenty-something vinyl and CD albums of his performances, but I had not run across this one until recently. The pacing and mystery of the lengthy introductory Alap is wonderful, and the rest of this amazing performance lives up to that marvelous introduction ... For those who don't know classical Indian music, a better introduction is the great duet album with Banerjee and Ali Akbar Khan. But people who love this music should surely find space in their collection for this dazzling Munich concert.
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An Afternoon Rag of Spiritual Surrender 3 mars 2011
Par Dr. Debra Jan Bibel - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Owning several recordings of Shri Rag, a late afternoon raga, including performances by Ali Akbar Khan solo and in duet with Ravi Shankar, I assumed that a live concert recording of this raga played by Nikhil Banerjee would likewise be worthwhile. That proved to be an understatement. Of 78 minutes duration, half of which is in alap and jor development, the piece evokes the sleep-inducing heat of the day, a bit of sadness, a dollop of acquiescense, the sweet anticipation of the stillness and company of early evening. Accompanying Banjerjee on tabla is Swapan Chaudhuri, who was Ali Akbar Khan's main percussionist. Swapanji always seemed to me a mountain, stable and strong, who avoids showmanship and fully supports the solist with unerring rhythmic drive yet with clever innovation. The first gat section here is in jhaptal, a 10-beat rhythm; the concluding gat is 16-beat tintal. As for engineering, the microphone is very close to the instrument, and we hear every finger pluck and the vibration of the bass strings. Indeed, it is the early bass notes, approaching that of a surbahar (bass sitar), that create the feeling of late afternoon. Banerjee was a genius of the sitar, spiritually profound in his approach to the raga moods, as this recording demonstrates.
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Pure Bliss 1 août 2013
Par Kenneth M. Goodman - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
I used to say that Mr. Banerjee's "Munich 1980" was my favorite of his CDs.
I still absolutely love it...but now I say that this, his "Munich 1976" CD is my favorite. It has a clear yet subtle sense of melody that is intriguing...chock full of hidden mysteries that reveal more bliss upon repeated listens. And he really hits those low, bass notes, which is particularly satisfying. Therefore, I found an empty 2-CD holder and combined the two: The Munich Concerts!
They go extremely well together. 1976 is 78:37 minutes & 1980 is 78:54 minutes, and both are produced by Raga Records, so there's no need to adjust the volume as CD 1 rolls into CD 2, a perfect block of music to play while you're involved in whatever creative pursuit(s).
Brilliant 6 avril 2013
Par NavinCK - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Nikhil Banerjee's music is deeply spiritual. I love albums released from live performances. His presentation of Raga Shree is brilliant. I have almost all albums of Pt. Nikhil Banerjee and this is one of the top album along with his live recordings of Shyam Kedar, Marwa and Malkouns.
Good orchestration and calming... 30 mai 2015
Par Jack - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I'm not knowledgeable of Indian music in general. But I often listen to new age, slow jazz, world music, indian music, etc. when I want calming background. I also enjoy tabla as part of the orchestration. This is a very good indian music album in that regard.
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