Masters Stroke

Subhasis Sabyasachi

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Introduction of Pakhawaj
00:02:48
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Divine Mantras
00:04:52
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Jhala
00:06:32
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Taal paksha
00:01:52
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Jhaptaal -10 beats
00:12:05
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Chartaal - 12 beats
00:19:44
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Laggi on Pakhawaj - 8 beats
00:05:03
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Product Details

Type : Audio CD
Track Type : MP3 Format
Released : 28th August 2017
Stock : Available
Copyright : Bihaan Music
Mkt Rights : Bihaan Music
Language : Instrumental

    

Subhasis Sabyasachi, a leading pakhawaj / tabla player and an ambidexter genius  who plays on Pakhawaj in this instrumental Album - "Master's Stroke" . He has dedicated this Album in the name of his beloved father and Guru Late Jagat Jiban Ghosh. About Mridang – Pakhawaj Mridang/Pakhawaj is oldest of all the Indian Music instruments. It is mentioned in Vedas, Puranas and Upanihsads, Mridang has been ruling the hearts of Indian people since the last 2500 years. The credit of inventing Mridang goes to Lord Shiva according to old Indian scriptures. Till about 2000 years Mridang was made of soil only. Its modern transformed look was created only in the 16th century. Mridang / pakhawaj is a finger played double headed barrel drum. The drum maker mixes iron fillings and rice and prepares a paste which is then spreaded on the smaller of the two drum heads. Mostly, two types of Mridangas are popular in Indian Classical Music. One of the two is North Indian Mridang which is called Pakhawaj and the other is South Indian Mridang called Mridangam. Often pakhawaj is specially used in North Indian Dhrupad Music. Similarly Mridangam is used for South Indian Carnatic Classical Music.