Author: Pandit Bhimsen JoshiPublisher: Fountain MusicYear: 1999Language: MusicPages: N/AISBN/UPC (if available): FMRCD22
This Music CD has following tracks:1. RAGAAsawari Todi (34:06) (Morning Melody)A Sab Mora Who Hi-VILAMBIT-TEENTAALMai To Tumaro Das-Drut –Teentaal2. RAGAAsawari todi (20: 18) (Morning Melody)3. RAGADeskar (13:40) (Morning Melody)Zananana Zananana Baje BajeDrut-TeentaalACCOMPANYING ARTISTSTABLA-Bharat KamatHARMONIUM-Tulsidas BorkarSOUND ENGINEERING-P M Ramteke (FTII, Pune)PRODUCTION ASSISTANCE- Ajit Soman DESIGNED BY-Gaju PetkarABOUT THE ARTISTEThought traditional in nature, Bhimsen Joshi, the versatile vocalist form the Kirana school, has enriched his musical mind, to add that ornamental touchwork form other schools that suits his voice texture and temperature, Bhimsen Joshi, the coveted disciple of the late Rabhau Kundgolkar, (Sawai Gandharva) who was the principal student of the late Abdul Karim Khan sahib, the founder of Kirana school.Bhimsen Joshi has trained his voice with an extra sincere effort which is musically known as Mandra Sadhana and projects tuneful timbered voice with an amazing breath control, even in his seventies. Bhimsen Joshi with his immense involvement, established an immediate rapport with the listeners through his appealing voice media. He is one of the top-ranking vocalists of the country who is also constantly in demand even in the western countries. The Sawai Gandharva Sangeet Mahotsav, the festival of Music and dance, is held every year in the cultural city of Pune as a musical tribute to the memory of the late Sawal Gandharva.Bhimsen Joshi is the chief architect of this festival which has acquired the status of a prestigious cultural event in the country. The three glamorous musical nights of the festival are flooded with musical contributions from outstanding musicians from all over the country. This platform has proved to be a spring-board for the upcoming and promising artists and also a prestigious platform for the established artists. The festival is invariably concluded with the energizing musical feast from Bhimsen Joshi.