Mukherjee should need no introduction. He is certainly one of the very top sitarists alive today. He hasn't made a point in spending a lot of time seeking fame outside of India, which means that he doesn't have the name recognition he deserves.
YouTube has some great videos of this maestro as well.
Sitar: Budhaditya Mukherjee
Tabla: Vibhav Nageshkar
Raga Basant Mukhari with two compositions in teentaal
Raga Bahar with a composition in teentaal
Raga Desh with a composition in ektaal
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Thanks a lot, greatly appreciated, and happy to see you still upload some gems!ReplyDelete
I have also embarked on a similar project today. I discovered an old pair of audio cassetes of Jaaved Akhtar's poetry. It is a title that I simply couldn't find on CD. But thanks to the state of tech, I cam think of digitising at home.
In fact it is playing out as I type this :-)
Your blog is a gold mine and looks like I'll keep coming back here.
Hope you are all safe and soundReplyDelete
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