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MP3 CBR 320kbps RAR 127 MB Genre: Indian classical, world Le sitar et surbahar de Narendra Bataju is a 1980 album by sitarist Narendra Bataju by Disques Espérance/Sonodisc. On Side 1 of the record, or the first two tracks, he plays the surbahar, or a bass sitar. The sole track on Side 2, or track 3, has him playing on the sitar. Krishna Govinda plays the pakhavaj on tracks 1 and 2 while he moves to the tabla for track 3. They are joined by Joanne Foresta and Vidya Bataju on tânpûrâ. 1. Raga Bhairagi Bhairau - Alap (18'50) 2. Composition - Chautala (5'40) 3. Raga Madhuvanti - Alap Suivi De 2 Gat Tintala (26'43)
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Concerto for Sitar & Orchestra is a studio album by Indian musician and composer Ravi Shankar with the London Symphony Orchestra (LSO) conducted by André Previn. It was premiered at London's Royal Festival Hall on 28 January 1971, and subsequently released in Britain and America. Shankar began composing the work, his first concerto, after receiving a commission from the LSO in mid November 1970.
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|A||Râga Gunkali (Râga Du Matin / Matinal Rāga)
Sitar – Narendra BatajuTambura – Kumari Malavika
|B||Râga Kirvani (Râga Du Soir / Evening Rāga)
Surbahar – Narendra BatajuTabla – Krishna GovindaTambura – Kumari Malavika
- Liner Notes – Trân Van Khê
- Liner Notes [English Translation] – Raymond Boyd
- Photography, Artwork By [Drawings], Design – Claude Morice
- Recorded By, Producer, Producer [Collection Editor] – Bernard Surugue