01. Alap 28:21
02. Jor – Jala 12:59
03. Gat – Madhya Jhaptal 21:58
04. Gat – Drut Tintal 15:24
Beautiful album, and astounded by the dissonance to calm passage in Jor – Jala
Agreed. Imrat has been on heavy rotation around my place lately..guy has a very nice touch.
Marwa is one of my favorite ragas
I don’t like any of the light ones very much, always the deeply emotional and dark ones like Marwa, Chandrakauns, Malkauns, Darbari, …..
Do you have any more Imrat Khan surbahar albums? I am a huge fan of Z.M Dagar’s rudra vina and except for Nikhil Banerjee’s talents I feel that the deep, resonant sound of the vina far surpasses the comparatively light sitar
So I have a soft spot in my heart for surbahars as well since they are as I would prefer sitars to sound
I would kill to hear Imrat perform Malkauns on surbahar, not sure if he’s done that on record or not
all Indian Classical posts will be on the RAGA BLOG from now on..I think the most recent post will right up your alley:
Here is a Malkauns by Imrat Khansahib on Surbahar “Thou shall not kill”.So please don’t kill for malkauns if you can have it without a kill.