Description: A short recital of Raag Miya Ki Malhar (Thaat Kafi) by Pandit D.V. Paluskar.D.V. Paluskar was born in Kurundwad a small village near Kolhapur, Maharashtra to well-known Hindustani musician Vishnu Digambar Paluskar. He was only ten years old when his father died, and was subsequently trained by Pandit Vinayakrao Patwardhan and Pandit Narayanrao Vyas. He was also trained by Pandit Chintamanrao Paluskar and Pandit Mirashi Buwa. Even though D.V. was mainly a Classical singer, he was also a very talented Bhajan singer. He sung such Bhajans as: Chalo Man Ganga Jamuna Teer, Thumak Chalat Ram Chandra, Payoji Maine and many more.May 28 1921 - October 25 1955 (aged 34)
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Ustad Shujaat Khan demonstrating Raag Mian Ki Malhar.
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RAGA MIYAN KI MALHAR. Here's another brief, random clip from a live concert played in 1996, in the Malhar Festival. This clip gives one a glimpse of the "alap", or the slow movement, and the pristine beauty of this majestic monsoon melody. It evokes vivid visions of the magic of incessant rains, dark cloud laden skies, colourful rainbows, the rich smells of the earth and foliage,lush, green mountains and meadows, gushing waters of brimming rivers, of the distant thunder and lightening, and the birds singing their own sweet songs.Such is the beauty of this raga that, it never fails to create a mesmerising effect on the listener! I played this raga for approximately 110 minutes in this performance.
I have shortened the duration by cutting some Alaap to make it in two parts.. make a note of Bool Taans, Murkhis, Ghamak.. Everything out of the world.
Raga Mian ki Malhar by Ustad Rashid Khan. Sanjay Mukherjee on Tabla. Towards the end, he also sings thumri in Raga Pilu. Late Ustad Mehmood Dholpuri on Harmonium
ramprapanna.webs.com Ramprapanna Bhattacharya presents Bandishes on Raag Miya Ki Malhar. Anexcerpt of live performance by Ramprapanna Bhattacharya, the highly acclaimed Sitarist of Imdadkhani-Etawah Gharana (which is one of the oldest and most illustrious gharanas of Indian Classical Music which has produced the biggest names of Instrumental Music through each generation including Ustad Vilayat Khan) on Raga Miya Ki Malhar. He is disciple of his father Ram Udar Bhattacharya, Pt. Kashinath Mukherjee and Pt. Arvind Parikh. He is fortunate to have blessings from none other than Ustad Vilayat Khan. This was a live concert at Students Hall, Kolkata in July 2011. Sri Sangram Roy accompanied the artist on tabla. Late Pt. Kashinath Mukherjee was present in the audience. For more information on artist, please log on to: sites.google.com Video Courtesy of Sri Ram Udar Bhattacharya.
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