List of CDs for the month of February 2019

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1/02/2019 – Disha. A collection of shlokas.

2/02/2019 – Sitar. Artisrt-Pandit Nikhil Banerjee. Padmabhushan Pandit Nikhil Banerjee was an eminent Indian classical sitarist of the Maihar Gharana. A student of the legendary Baba Allauddin Khan, Pandit Nikhil Banerjee was known for his technical virtuosity.

4/02/2019 – Maestro’s choice. Artist: Mandolin maestro U Srinivas. Uppalapu Srinivas (28 February 1969 – 19 September 2014) was an Indian mandolin player in Carnatic classical music and composer. He was widely regarded as the Mozart of classical Indian music. He was awarded the Padma Shri in 1998, by the Government of India. He was also awarded the Sangeet Natak Akademi Award in 2009 given by Sangeet Natak Akademi.

5/02/2019 – Sound Escapes (Music of the Deserts). Composer: Ustad Zakir Hussain.

6/02/2019 –Celebrations. A collection of instrumental music (fusion) composed by Rahul Sharma.

7/02/2019 – Shanti Priya. Violin recital by Dr.L. Subrahmanium.

8/02/2019 – Himalayan Chants. A collection of Sanskrit shlokas.

11/02/2019 – Samander. Artist/composer: Rahul Sharma, a Santoor player and son of great maestro Pandit Shiv Kumar Sharma.

12/02/2019 – Jazz Club.

13/02/2019 – Colours of Rajasthan. A collection of instrumental music (fusion) composed by Taufique Qureshi, the great percussionist and younger son of Ustad Alla Rakha .

14/02/2019 – Chants of India. A collection of shlokas composed by the great maestro Pandit Ravi Shankar.

15/02/2019 – Laya Dhara.

16/02/2019 – South Indian Classical Music. A collection of instrumental music.

18/02/2019 – Wine of the Mystic. Sarod by Anupam Shobhakar

19/02/2019 – Sound escapes (Music of the Mountains). Composer: Pandit Shiv Kumar Sharma.

20/02/2019 – Colours of Rajasthan. Instrumental music.

21/02/2019 – Best of Hariprasad Chaurasia. An internationally acclaimed flautist of India, Pandit Hariprasad Chaurasia is a very popular and eminent artiste par excellence who is known for his outstanding contribution in popularizing Indian Classical Music all over the world.

22/02/2019 – Chants for children (essential shlokas for children).

25/02/2019 – Violin. By Ganesh Kumaresh

28/02/2019 – Chitravina. Artist – Chitravina N. Ravikiran (born 12 February 1967) Mysore, Karnataka, India, is one of the most celebrated prodigies and musicians. A slide instrumentalist, vocalist from age 5, composer, guru, author & orator, he is also the creator of the concept Mel harmony in world music. He is the son and disciple of revolutionary “prodigy-maker” Chitravina Narasimhan.

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