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Yaad piya ki aaye thumri

He is accompanied on tabla by Shubhankar Bannerjee, on the harmonium by Ajay Joglekar, and on the sarangi by Murad Ali. Report Periodic table turns Their fluidity forms an organic part of the rendition in spite of their unpredictability.

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Report Periodic table turns Yaad Piya ki Aaye also seems to be a favourite with those involved in intercultural music experiments popularly known as fusion music. Ustad Bade Ghulam Ali Khan Wikimedia Commons [Licensed under CC-PD India] Some compositions are inexorably associated with specific musicians, either due to the intrinsic beauty of the compositions that was brought to the fore by the latter for the first time or because of their superb elaborations of the original compositions that have been recorded for posterity and are still easily accessible.

A more detailed version is available on the next track that has been recorded in a live concert. He is accompanied on tabla by Shubhankar Bannerjee, on the harmonium by Ajay Joglekar, and on the sarangi by Murad Ali.

Bade Ghulam Ali Khan’s definitive rendition of ‘Yaad Piya ki Aaye’ and four other versions

Some would even advise them to exercise caution and steer clear from hoping to achieve what would be considered an impossible task, as most renditions often try to imitate the original instead aaue trying to capture its essence. Besides, there are occasions when some members in the audience or the concert organisers request performers to make such inclusions. In such cases, interpretations of the same compositions by other musicians pale into insignificance.

Rashid Khan, popular vocalist of the Rampur-Sahaswan gharana, sings the same thumri. Remembering the wacky ways the elements might have been arranged Review: For instance, thumri exponent Shobha Gurtu sang it for a feature film entitled Prahaar.

Yaad Piya Ki Aaye (Thumri) - Ustad Bade Ghulam Ali Khan | Shazam

Some compositions are inexorably associated with specific musicians, either due to the intrinsic beauty of the compositions that was brought to the fore by the latter for the first time or because of their superb elaborations of the original compositions that have been recorded for posterity and are still easily accessible. There have been occasions when this thumri has been used outside conventional Hindustani music recitals.

The sense of balance that he brings to the interpretation is palpable as he negotiates between passages that are restrained and those that involve swift intricate taans, or kk from the main melody that is based on the raag Bhinna Shadaj.

Here is a link to the original commercial recording: He includes a few couplets that are not part of the commercial recording.

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Their fluidity forms an organic part of the rendition in spite of their unpredictability. Here is a link to the original commercial recording:. Whatever be the reason for later-day performers to present these compositions, it is always challenging for them to match the high benchmark that has been established by the original renditions.

For one, the initial iconic rendition may inspire yaav, or they could be prompted to do so because of the sense of nostalgia that such compositions evoke in audiences. But the fact remains that notwithstanding the rare cautionary note there will always be efforts to the contrary.

His enunciation of the words is delicate in keeping with the aesthetics of the thumri aayd. Even so, musicians are inevitably drawn to these compositions and choose to present them, for a variety of reasons.

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