And these are renderings as Ganapati Stutis – [prayers to Lord Ganapati] (Please recall comment recorded after the song Jaa Tose NAhen Bolun Kanhaiyaa – Film Parivaar. This relates the origin of the song to “Vatapi Ganapathim”, which is a traditional Carnatic piece.
So, here are some of the Ganapati Stuti gems:
Gajavadana (Hamsadhwani. M.D.Ramanathan) Prince Rama Varma, accompanied by M.A.Sundareswaran on the violin and legendary Trichy Shankaran on the mridangam delivers M.D.Ramanathan’s composition in Hamsadhwani, http://youtu.be/BOYBlNc_e2A
Gam Ganapati in Raga Hamsadhwani –Solo Violin by Dr. Jyotsna Srikanth // Mridangam by Jayachandra Rao // Khanjira by Amrit Nataraj – Concert at Ananya Sabha Bangalore recorded on April 5th, 2008 — http://youtu.be/bvuCQpyzbTE
Fusion of Hindustani, Karnatik and western music based on Raga Hamsadhwani in Aditala (8 Beats) composed by Vidyouth Band members Raghu, Shakthidhar, Ashwin, Adamya, Adarsh and Manjunath. http://youtu.be/UsW_1Sj-P24
Mysore brothers Sri Nagaraj and Dr.Manjunath weave rhythm filled melodic patterns …Neyveli Sri B. Venkatesh (mrudangam ),Tripunithura Sri N.Radhakrishnan ( Ghatam ) and Dr.Vellore A.R. Srinivasan ( morsing ) at their best..Hamsadhwani swaraprastharas
I do not remember how I came to know that the song that I inherently liked – Jaa Tum se Nahin Bolun Kanhaiyaa – Manna Dey and Lata Mangeshkar, Shaliendra, Salil Chaudhary (Is it because each of the apparently known ingredients of the creation also happen to be my inherent favorites, that I liked this song? – I really do not know. But like I do.)- is based on a variant of classical Raag [Taraanaa in Raag Hansdhwani].
A few days back, I wondered what more can we find out about this song or Raag! And , hence this post……..
Next, in the list to listen is the basis of this song – as I know – the Taraanaa in Hamsadhwani. And what a coincidence – the two pieces that I had landed upon were rendered by Ustaad Amir Khan Saa’b and Begum Parveen Sultana, again my favorites when it come my pleasures of listening Indian Classical Music.
Here they are:
“Ustad Amir Khan tarana Raag Hamsadwani – awesome.flv”
Ustad Shahid Parvez Khan – pays homage to the great Ustad Amir Khan by playing his famous tarana in Raag Hansadhwani. This video was filmed during the closing moments of a shibir hosted by the SPK Academy of Music. Raag Hansadhwani
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