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Kutch vocal and instrumental world music CD

Rs. 1,195.00
  • Kutch vocal and instrumental world music CD a

Mandi

Kutch vocal and instrumental world music CD

Rs. 1,195.00

 

Kutch is located on the western most tip of India, in the state of Gujarat.

The tribes which came to kutch from Sindh, Pakistan, Persia, Africa, Central Asia and Europe, brought its own culture and music, giving a unique identity to the region.

From the Sufism influenced musical forms of the Maldharis (cattle herders) which can be traced to Sindh, to the Bhajans influenced by the saints of Kutch, Saurashtra and Marwad, and the Dhamaal of the Siddhi tribe, which traces its origins to Africa, all find a place in its eclectic culture.

Description

  • Kutch vocal and instrumental world music CD
  • A collectable 2 CD pack, in a traditional kutchi batwa ( purse), and a colorful booklet explaining the genre and each song rhythm.
  • Various artists.
  • Folk instruments recordings include traditional instruments like Surando, Jodia - Pava, Morchang, Santaar, Ramsagar, Sehnai, Nagada, Dakla, Ghado-Ghamelo, etc
  • Subtle differences in color maybe observed, as in the case of comparison from the actual piece to a photographed picture.
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Kutch is located on the western most tip of India, in the state of Gujarat.

The tribes which came to kutch from Sindh, Pakistan, Persia, Africa, Central Asia and Europe, brought its own culture and music, giving a unique identity to the region.

From the Sufism influenced musical forms of the Maldharis (cattle herders) which can be traced to Sindh, to the Bhajans influenced by the saints of Kutch, Saurashtra and Marwad, and the Dhamaal of the Siddhi tribe, which traces its origins to Africa, all find a place in its eclectic culture.

Description

  • Kutch vocal and instrumental world music CD
  • A collectable 2 CD pack, in a traditional kutchi batwa ( purse), and a colorful booklet explaining the genre and each song rhythm.
  • Various artists.
  • Folk instruments recordings include traditional instruments like Surando, Jodia - Pava, Morchang, Santaar, Ramsagar, Sehnai, Nagada, Dakla, Ghado-Ghamelo, etc
  • Subtle differences in color maybe observed, as in the case of comparison from the actual piece to a photographed picture.