Ananya Goparaju | Indian Classical Ragas On Piano

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Indian Classical Ragas On Piano

by Ananya Goparaju

Sweeping North Indian classical raga melodies played on the acoustic piano accompanied by tabla and tanpura.
Genre: World: Indian Classical
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1. Purvi
13:57 $1.99
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2. Gorakh Kalyan
14:46 $1.99
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3. Brindavani Saarang
11:24 $1.99
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4. Khamaj
4:43 $0.99
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Ananya Goparaju is an upcoming young pianist who plays Indian classical ragas on the piano. She has taken a non-traditional instrument and infused it with the styles of sarod, sitar, santoor and harmonium. Her teacher, Brandon McIntosh, is a pioneer in this exploration. He is a disciple of sarod player and Padma Bhushan award winner, Pandit Buddhadev Dasgupta of the Senia Shahjahanpur gharana.

This album presents four ragas.

1. Purvi is played at dusk. It’s ascending scale is: Ṇ r G m d N Ṡ and descending scale: Ṡ N d P m G M G, m G r S
2. Gorakh Kalyan is an evening raga with the ascending scale: S R M D n D Ṡ and descending scale: Ṡ n D P M R S ṇ Ḍ S
3. Brindavani Sarang is an afternoon raga. It’s ascending scale is: S R M P N Ṡ and descending scale: Ṡ n P M R S
4. Khamaj is a night time raga, though it is often performed any time. The ascending scale is: S G M P D N Ṡ and descending is Ṡ n D P M G R S. This piece was composed by Ananya Goparaju.

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