The main composition I very recently learned in a 3 day workshop with Subhajyothi Guha. He originally ID'd it as a Peshkar-Chalan but the way. Tabla lessons. Downloadable Tabla compositions in Syllable format. DELHI KAIDA JHAP anesi.info · DELHI KAIDA RUPAK anesi.info · DELHI KAIDA TEEN TAL. pdf. Learn Punjabi Gurmukhi Free - Punjabi is a North Indian Language. Which is written in This is like a Punjabi Quida (Kaida). App design by: Sarbjeet Singh.
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Tarun And Bikram Love Appalum. I've done this before mix, remix, then remix a track again but mixing is not my speciality, and it ain't easy people! The Terekite is a real treat in here. The experiment is a success! Notes on the second recording, Punjab Kaida: But ultimately satisfying.
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You've subscribed to the Feedburner email thingy, right? Funky Lucknow: Wait a sec, I've got to listen to it again Thank you for a great post! The Leheras are gorgeous, you're lucky to have someone like George to accompany you: But the rela arrangement The experiment is a success!
Hi Jantiff, Thanks. I got a chance to listen to this on a different system yesterday, and the bass competing with the baya was exactly my thought D A remix is definitely in order.
I could be more careful with the mixes, and sit on them for awhile, but I kinda treat the whole process as a big performance, including the mix The bass was totally eating the baya, as jantiff pointed out, so I did another mix. I'm loathe to lose George's bass part, but the track required it. I've done this before mix, remix, then remix a track again but mixing is not my speciality, and it ain't easy people!
It's easy to lose perspective on where a mix is at when you're deeply immersed in it. You've listened to it maybe 20 or 30 times while working on it, making finer and finer adjustments, and get it to a point where you think it sounds good, but in fact, your ears are tired, and you have totally lost perspective! The next day, it sounds horrible To avoid this phenomenon, I treat a mix like a performance: It's not always successful though.
Anyway, enough justification on my part I did discover a new tabla mixing trick this time though For the audio geeks: Files that away for next time. Thanks again for your helpful and very generous comment: Hi Tala-Wallah, Nice 4 compositions!! Here are my thoughts on it. Farukhabad Chalan-Kaida - Absolutely gorgeous composition! This one surely goes in my Ed Hanley's database ;- Punjab Kaida - This one is tough to comprehend the astetics of-course. So I'm going to go back and listen to it untill it dawns upon me.
I will surely give you my feedback on this. Stay tuned. Dha Dha gegenage update - This is some piece! Although the bols in my case are slightly different. Could you please give me an update? This one sounds better than the previous. It was funny to hear you say "It was intense" at the end of the recording. It surely is! Funky Lucknow Rela -This one is a very nice rela I listened to this composition quite a number of times and it is really good.
Needless to say, you have executed it very well! However, with all due respect, the funk spoils the beauty of the composition. IMO, the funk especially the bass puts a lot of "weight" and takes away the center stage which belongs to Tabla.
One can argue that the bass is very subtle as to not steal the attention, but it does! IMO, the whole point of using bass is to give the "cool" and exotic effect which a good tabla performance doesn't need.
In a number of occasions while I was listening to the composition, I found myself focusing on the bass rather than on tabla!! It "grabs attention from the background" and thereby doesn't "assist" tabla. I request you to post the same composition removing all the funk also from the lehera so that the true power of the composition is at display and tabla, composition and the performer gets the undivided attention of the audience and also I would like it in my database.
I apologize if I've been too harsh but sadly that's what I felt. Prasad Upasani iLehera guy has released a newer version of iLehera and it contains 2 raga's 'MadhuKauns' and 'Bhairavi'. Madhukauns is the new one and Bhairavi was in the older versions.
They both sound awesome so my request is to change the lehera for your next composition to use either of the two. Can you please include it in your list? Hi Mac! Apologies for the delay Blogger didn't inform me of this comment, and I've been away for awhile.
Thanks for your comment! The quote at the end of the recording is George Koller, after his first accompaniment take.
Re the Lucknow Rela. I'd be happy to post a non-funk version of this.
Give me some time though Re the leharas: I'll try to change the leharas up a bit more! One day I'll be satisfied enough to record that, but not yet! Four-in-one super-special mega-simul-post extravaganza! Exotic Locations!
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Punjab Kaida. Dha Dha gegenage update. Dha Dha gegenage by Tala-Wallah. Funky Lucknow Rela. Funky Lucknow Rela by Tala-Wallah. All four recordings feature super excellent, Zen-master-esque musician George Koller on Dilruba, with a pair of fretless bass treats Notes on the first recording, Farukhabad Chalan-Kaida: But ultimately satisfying. The main composition I very recently learned in a 3 day workshop with Subhajyothi Guha. I fell deeply in love with it immediately.
Farukhabad Gharana. All super heavyweight tabla players. Holy lineage, Batman. I have to share a story here Subhajyothi very generously asked me to perform in a Saraswati Puja celebration concert at his home in Kolkata in I was nervous 1st tabla solo in India, at my teacher's house, on Saraswati Puja Turns out that Pandit Sankha Chatterjee was there, and very generously volunteered to play harmonium.
Oh dear. Back to the composition. Really really lovely composition. The phrases are Peshkar-like for sure and yet have a folk-y quality, no? I'm going to work on the Peshkar side with Subhajyothi when he comes back in September. Where this was recorded: Family vacation cottage rental, Oxtongue Lake, Ontario, Canada.
Tala-Wallah Studios, Algonquin Branch? Yes, I took not only my drums on vacation, but also my recording studio!