Branan Silvius | Remembering the Stars

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Remembering the Stars

by Branan Silvius

A collection of morning ragas sung in the traditional style of Raga music called Dhrupad, accompanied by tampura and pakhawaj
Genre: World: Indian Classical
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1. Lalit- The Arrival
27:28 $1.20
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2. Jaya Shiva Shankara
15:14 $1.20
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3. Asavari
23:00 $1.20
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4. Hau Vari Mukh Pher Pyari
9:23 $1.20
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5. Bhairav: Earth
17:18 $1.20
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6. Bhairav: Water
9:05 $1.20
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7. Bhairav: Fire
13:26 $1.20
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8. Saghana Bana Chhayo
16:17 $1.20
9. Aisa Gyan Bichara Mana
11:18 $1.20
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10. Jagata Janani
11:58 $1.20
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
This is a double disc of 4 morning ragas sung in traditional Dhrupad style, accompanied by tampura and pakhawaj. All tracks were recorded at the Dhrupad Sansthan in India.

Much of the verse in the compositions is of considerable antiquity and importance, and the full text with translations can be found in the album's page on the Branan Silvius Dubh website.

"The title was inspired by the idea that we are physically, as well as spiritually, made of celestial material. To me, this music is a passage to remembering that vastness and that timelessness. It is a doorway into a pristine universe, untouched by the fracturing boots of modernity. It is my offering, a candle at the alter of the World-Soul."

Love struck by the Spirit of Music three decades ago, Branan’s artistic path has been lit by sonic encounters with the sacred and powered by a sense that music can change the world.

His primary formation is in Hindustani Raga music: he is a dedicated Dhrupad vocalist and disciple of the Gundecha Brothers since 2002. He believes in this form for its capacity to reveal universal musical principles and expand the consciousness of both musician and listener.

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