An Avalanche of New Indian Classical and Folk Music Gems

Leicester, UK- British label
Sense World Music has announced the
release of several new recordings this summer. The label is known for its high
quality recordings of Indian classical music. Alongside master
instrumentalists, the label will introduce a new Tabla Series as well as more recordings from the Saptak festival in Gujarat.Some of the albums scheduled for release include: Shehnai by tabla player
Daya Shankar; Sadhana by vocalists Rajan and Sajan Mishra; A Sacred
by bansuri maestro Ronu Majumdar; Rasyana by Purbayan
Chatterjee on sitar and Shashank on flute; The Tabla Series: Yogesh Samsi;
Sundaram, a unique South Indian musical partnership of the violin
maestros Ganesh and Kumaresh; Satsang (Vol. II), an album of bhajans
featuring Praful Dave (vocals) and Shailesh Thakar (music); and Mandir : (Shraddha
– Vol. V), a set of Gujarati devotional songs featuring several vocalists (Divyang
Anjaria, Sanjeevani, Roopkumar Rathod, Praful Dave, Parthiv Gohil, Aniket
Khandekar, Sonali Rathod, and Kalyani Kavthalkar) and music by Gaurang Vyas (2
CD pack).

Author: World Music Central News Department

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