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Enjoy this fabulous recording of raag Shivaranjani that you have likely never heard before. Featuring Pandit Vijay Raghav Rao on bansuri and Manikrao Popatkar on tabla playing alap and a composition in jhaptal. https://youtu.be/A2Rvm4SK394 If you want to learn the Shivaranjani jhaptal composition, you can find a thorough tutorial on it in the Bansuri Bliss Academy Shivaranjani course, available to all Bansuri Bliss Members. "Wow, this is our jhaptal composition! it's great to hear the author's performance" -- Bansuri Bliss Member Ivan Koshevoy "Spellbound, celestial, heavenly. Great work preserving such treasure and giving others an opportunity to experience “real” chhota khayal gatt… a rare Jhaptaal composition, they just don’t make music like this any more" -- Jay Parikh, Tabla Instructor Learn more about Pandit Vijay Raghav Rao at: https://bansuribliss.com/vijay-raghav-rao
Bansuri Bliss Lesson of The Month (August 2022) Janasamohini - Teental Scale Exercises Part 1 In this month's FREE lesson, Bansuri Bliss Founder Dr. Kerry Kriger @kerrykriger teaches the ascending and descending scales (arohi and avarohi) of the evening raga Janasamohini. You will also learn some basic scale exercises in teental. Complete with video, downloadable PDF and downloadable audio. "Each month I take a lesson from Bansuri Bliss Academy that is normally only available to Bansuri Bliss Members and I make it available to anyone with a free Bansuri Bliss account. I hope you enjoy the lesson, which will remain available until month's end!." #bansuribliss #bansuri #bambooflute #flute #flutist #fluteplayers #bansi #janasamohini #jansamohini #raga #ragas #raag #eveningraga #indianmusic #musiclessons #musicteachers #musicstudents #musicschool
Have you ever wondered what some of the primary differences between Western and north Indian classical music are? I created a video called Western Classical Versus North Indian Classical Music (Bansuri Q & A Episode 23), in which I discuss differences such as: - Indian classical music focuses on melody (one instrument at a time), whereas Western music often has harmony (multiple instruments at once). - Indian classical music has no key change - Indian classical music has a wider variety of scales and rhythms - Indian classical music has a drone in the background. - Indian classical music has a consistent and unique structure while also allowing for significant amounts of improvisation. Watch the video and many others in my Bansuri Q & A series on YouTube, and be sure to subscribe to the Bansuri Bliss YouTube Channel while you are over there! www.youtube.com/bansuribliss Photo of @kerrykriger playing raag #multani at the Jama Masjid in Delhi
Bansuri Bliss Office Hours Starts Soon! https://bansuribliss.com/office-hours Bansuri Bliss Office Hours are online sessions led by Dr. Kerry Kriger and/or his most advanced bansuri students. Office Hours takes place every week and you are encouraged to mark the time in your calendar as a recurring event, and attend whenever possible. The primary failure point of most bansuri players is their lack of actual feedback on their playing. They just keep doing the wrong things over and over and over. Don't let that be you! Attend Bansuri Bliss Office Hours and you can get real feedback on your playing so that you stop playing below your potential and start to create music that makes you and your audience experience some real Bansuri Bliss. Bansuri Bliss Office Hours are FREE to attend. SCHEDULE: Every Tuesday in August at 6:30pm Los Angeles time, which is... Every Wednesday at 7am Kolkata time. LOGIN: The login info is on the Bansuri Bliss Office Hours page. You will need to log in to the site to see the login info. https://bansuribliss.com/office-hours Create a free Bansuri Bliss account right here: https://bansuribliss.com/free