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Vaishnava Jana To

by UNT College of Music Student Ensemble

Vaishnava Jana To is one of the most popular Hindu bhajans, written in the 15th century by the poet Nursing Mehta in the Gajarati language. This recording was made by students at UNT to commemorate the 150th Anniversary of Ghandi's birth.
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Vaishnava Jana To is one of the most popular Hindu bhajans, written in the 15th century by the poet Nursing Mehta in the Gajarati language. The bhajan was included in Mahatma Gandhi's daily prayer. This recording was made by students at the University of North Texas to commemorate the 150th Anniversary of Ghandi's birth.

credits:
Vocalists - Ken Ballard, Gabriella Date, Kayla DePretto, Vaughn Faison, Karina Harenberg, Andrew Patrick, Marion Powers, Madison Russell, Kathryn Sherman, Samantha Sugrue, and Callandra Youngleson

Instrumentalists - Michael Clement – piano, Steven Heffner - acoustic bass, Joshua Gilbert - cajón, Vivek Virani - tabla and manjira, Brittney Balkcom – flute, and Phoenix Abbo - violin

Recording and Mixing Engineer - Tre Nagella
Additional Vocal Editing - Zach Yaholkovsky
Recorded and Mixed at Luminous Sound, Dallas, TX
Video recording and editing - Jordan Bailey

Arranged and Produced by Rosana Eckert and Vivek Virani
Executive Producer - John W. Richmond

We gratefully acknowledge the encouragement and help of
A.K. Mago, Regent, University of North Texas System
Anupam Ray, Consul General of India
Surendra Adhana, Deputy Consul General of India

© 2018. University of North Texas. All rights reserved.

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