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Rang Hori

by Shubha Mudgal

Poetic texts from the Vaishnav temples of North India have since centuries been a source of inspiration to several musicians. They are performed as part of temple ritual or as concert repertoire by keertankars, dhrupad, khayal or thumri singers.
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Aaj Vasant Madan Rangraliya
8:03 album only
2. Hori Khelen Syam
6:22 album only
3. Ras Phaag Aaj
12:44 album only
4. Aho Khelat Hori Pyaaro
13:56 album only
5. Mero Ab Kaise
7:31 album only
6. Tum Chalo Sabay Mili
10:06 album only
7. Kheli Rahe Rang Hori
6:29 album only
8. Nainan Mein Pichkari Dayi
7:03 album only


Album Notes
Born into a musically dedicated family, Shubha Mudgal has been trained by some of the finest musicians and musicologists in India. Trained by Pandit Ram Ashreya Jha in Allahabad, from whom she still receives instruction, Shubha later moved to Delhi where she received the guidance of Pandit Vinaya Chandra Maudgalya and Pandit Vasant Thakar. She went on to learn stylistic techniques from well-known maestros Pandit Jitendra Abhisheki and Pandit Kumar Gandharva. She also received training in thumri from Smt. Naina Devi and is thus one of the most versatile and popular performers of the new generation of Hindustani musicians.

In addition to being a performer, Shubha has also won recognition as a composer. Her repertoire of medieval mystic and Sufi poetry includes rarely heard texts from the Vaishnava Pushti-marg poets, as well as the Nirguna poetry of Kabir, Namdev, Amir Khusrau, Nath-panthi poets and other Sufiana poetry.

She is the recipient of numerous awards, including Padma Shri from the Government of India 2000.



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