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Instruments of Devotion

by Emam & Friends

A collection of instrumental interpretations of devotional music from India. The music is a combination of devotional, classical and folk music of India performed on sitar, sarod, violin, tabla, dholak and dumbak.
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1. Oh Mata
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2. Raghu Nanadan
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3. Hanuman Chalisa
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4. Amba Amba
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5. Arti
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6. Siddhasanasin
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7. Shankara Daya
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8. Teri Sharan
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9. Sankirtan
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10. Kali Kali Ma
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
In 1991 Emam was awarded a Professional Development grant for the Performing Arts by the American Institute of Indian Studies (AIIS). Instruments of Devotion was recorded at the end of his stay in India between 1992 & 1993.

India Currents - Dec/Jan 1995:
Instruments of Devotion is a collection of instrumental interpretations of devotional music from India, produced at the end of Emam's stay in India on an AIIS grant. The CD was recorded live in a studio in Delhi (April/93) direct to digital, with no overdubs. On this album he, and an ensemble of classically trained musicians (see ad for names) improvise on kirtan melodies in a light classical style. The recording draws on devotional melodies learned by Emam over the past seventeen years at the ashram of Babaji, in the Himalayan foothills. This ensemble will delight you with their unique instrumental presentation of vocal music. Absolutely refreshing and joyful!

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