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Post by indophile on Tue Oct 16, 2012 1:23 pm

What is the raga for this song - "laaga chunri mein daag?"


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Post by southindian on Tue Oct 16, 2012 1:28 pm

Raag Bhairavi

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Post by indophile on Tue Oct 16, 2012 1:37 pm

May be Bhairavi is something different in Hindustani. It sounds different from the Carnatic Bhairavi (e.g., "viriboni" discussed in a different thread).

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Post by southindian on Tue Oct 16, 2012 1:47 pm

Colors of Bhairavi

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Post by Obnoxious on Tue Oct 16, 2012 1:49 pm

indophile wrote:May be Bhairavi is something different in Hindustani. It sounds different from the Carnatic Bhairavi (e.g., "viriboni" discussed in a different thread).

According to this Hindustani bhairavi seems to be closer to todi.

http://www.karnatik.com/hcragatable.shtml

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Post by indophile on Tue Oct 16, 2012 2:06 pm

I was watching the tabla guy in the video. His fingers are a blur while playing. I once had a chance to talk with a tabla player named Paranjyoti (He is the borther of noted Kuchipudi dancer a generation ago, Sumati Kaushal (Sumati Kaushal is (or was) the MIL of film star Bhanupriya:-). Paranjyoti learned tabla from a noted Hindustani player (some Khan, name escpaes me), and he said his guru wouldn't teach him the advanced tricks (like what finger to bend at what angle etc.) until he was completely pleased with his student's susrusha (services like pressing the guru's legs when he takes a nap, etc.).

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Post by indophile on Tue Oct 16, 2012 2:12 pm

Silk Smitha wrote:
indophile wrote:May be Bhairavi is something different in Hindustani. It sounds different from the Carnatic Bhairavi (e.g., "viriboni" discussed in a different thread).

According to this Hindustani bhairavi seems to be closer to todi.

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Hindistani Bhairavi = Carnatic Todi, and Hindustani Todi = Carnatic Subhapantuvaraali. Interesting. I know of only two compositions in Subhapantuvarali - Tyagaraja's "ennaaLLu oorake" and Dikshitar's "Sree satyanaaraayanam." Are there other songs in this raaga?

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