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Journey To Sixteen - Zakir Hussain - Rhythmic Impressions Of Zakir Hussain (CD, Album)

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  1. Jan 01,  · out of 5 stars a passionate, innovative and articulate journey into Indian rhythm Reviewed in the United States on July 17, "Zakir Hussain & The Rhythm Experience" is a great World Music album with a focus on Indian percussion/5(6).
  2. Few musicians completely transcend cultural barriers while keeping their craft authentic to their origins. One of the few percussionists to achieve this feat in the 20th century is tabla legend Zakir Hussain. Traditionally in Indian culture, one carries on their family’s craft. Zakir is son of iconic table master Alla Rakha, who frequently collaborated with Ravi Shankar.
  3. Rhythmic impressions of Ustad Zakir Hussain.. [Zakir Hussain; Ken Zuckerman] Compact disc. Program notes and brief biographies of the performers (1 folded sheet) inserted in container. Contents: Explorations in vilambit teental () --The binary metre () --Journey to sixteen () --Double dayan () --Conversation in three two.
  4. Rhythmic Impressions Of Ustad Zakir Hussain () Ustad Zakir Hussain. Instrument Tabla. Play. Tracks. 1. Explorations In Vilambit Teentaal. Taal Vilambit Teen Taal. 2. The Binary Metre. 3. Journey To Sixteen. 4. Double Dayan. 5. Conversation In Three Two Three. 6. Rupak Variations. Taal Rupak Taal. 7. Jhaptaal With Ken Z. Taal Jhap Taal. 8.
  5. Early life and education. Zakir Hussain was born on Friday, March 9, in a nursing home in Mahim (a suburb of Mumbai) at about a.m Hussain was born to tabla maestro Alla Rakha. His mother's name was Bavi Begum. It was said that Hussain was an 'unlucky' child since his father was extremely ill around the time of his birth. Although their family name is Qureshi, Zakir was given the.
  6. Nov 10,  · Zakir Hussain & Rakesh Chaurasia / EtnoKraków / ROZSTAJE Crossroads Festival & Euroradio EBU '15 - Duration: etnokraków/rozstaje 9,, views
  7. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Rhythmic Impressions Of Zakir Hussain on Discogs. Label: Navras - NRCD • Format: CD Album, Reissue • Genre: Folk, World, & Country • Style: Indian Classical.
  8. Rhythmic Impressions Of Ustad Zakir Hussain / Explorations In Vilambit In Teentaal, The Binary Metre, Jouney To Sixteen, Double Dayan, Conversation In Three Two Three, Rupak Variations, Jhaptaal With Ken Zukerman (Sarod), Dadra Solo, etc. [55 Mins.](DDD) Classical:
  9. The tradition of Indian percussion was revolutionized in the late 20th century by the prolific, award-winning, tabla maestro Zakir Hussain. The son of Ustad Allah Rakha (longtime collaborator with Ravi Shankar), Hussain inherited his father's thirst for bringing the music of India to the international stage. His hundreds of recording credits include not only his own, but voluminous appearances.

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