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Steve Gorn - Bansuri

Parampara! In Memory of Gour Goswami
House of the Cultures of the World
Product number: SM 15282
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Steve Gorn impressively demonstrates that it is also possible for musicians born in the West to devote themselves to the full profundity of another musical tradition and to achieve a musical maturity that is recognized as authentic by both cultures. In the early 1970s Steve Gorn studied the bamboo flute called the bansuri under Sri Gour Goswami in Calcutta. The CD is a reminder of the man who died in 1975, whose performance stirred memories of old India, in which time and space were transcended, and every raga evoked its own landscape.

Content

Rag Lalit
Vilambit, Drut
Rag Babant Mukhari
Jogia Thurmi

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Title:
Steve Gorn - Bansuri
Parampara! In Memory of Gour Goswami
House of the Cultures of the World
Steve Gorn: bansuri / Samir Chatterjee: tabla / Annalisa Adami, tanpura
Publisher/Label:
Wergo
Duration:
67 ′42 ′′
Series:

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Product number:
SM 15282
MAN EAN:
4010228152821
Weight:
0,11 kg

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