Morning Ragas Playlists

Morning Ragas playlist for 01/13/2013

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Ethan "Qp" Edwards

This program focused on Bansuri music of Northern India.

Morning Ragas playlist for 01/06/2013

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Xinyu Guan

Vocal music from the Dagar gharana. The Dagar brothers N. Zahiruddin and N. Faiyazuddin, as well as their son and nephew, Wasifuddin Dagar.

Morning Ragas playlist for 12/16/2012

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Morning Ragas playlist for 12/02/2012

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Xinyu Guan

Hindustani vocalist Gangubai Hangal (1913-2009), exponent of the khyal from the kirana gharana.

Morning Ragas playlist for 11/11/2012

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Morning Ragas playlist for 07/08/2012

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Sriharsha Aradhya

Sampling from a style of ancient Indian temple music - Dhrupad - on vocal and veena.

Morning Ragas playlist for 04/01/2012

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Xinyu Guan

This week we feature the Hindustani vocalist Pandit Ulhas Kashalkar.

Morning Ragas playlist for 03/25/2012

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This show featured a musical rendition of a major piece of Malayalam poetry written by Narayana Guru: the Atmopadesa Satakam.

The text was written in 1897. The show featured a modern rendition based on the meter of the poem. A Translation of the Atmopadesa Satakam is available here:

http://www.sndp.org/Html/AtmopadesaSatakam.html

or here:

http://jagatgurusreenarayanagurudevan.blogspot.com/2009/05/22atmopadesa-...

The CD is available for sale only in Kerala. But the portion of the show that features the Atmopadesa Satakam is available online at:

Morning Ragas playlist for 03/18/2012

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Xinyu Guan

Hindustani vocalists: the Gundecha Brothers from the Dagar school, and Veena Sahasrabuddhe of the Gwalior school. We played a dhrupad from the Gundechas, followed by several devotional songs (Bhaktimalas) dedicated to Shiva and Ganesh by Sahasrabuddhe, recorded on vintage cassette.

Morning Ragas playlist for 03/04/2012

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Xinyu Guan

Jugalbandis (duets) between the Hindustani vocalist Pandit Bhimsen Joshi and the Carnatic vocalist Dr. Balamurali Krishna.