Rajendra Prasanna and music production by Shivpreet Singh. Hariprasad Chaurasia - Flute (different set of ragas,same album name), Morning to Midnight Ragas - Morning Ragas, Call of the Valley, Live in Ahmedabad '89, Immortal Series, Megh Malhar, Night Ragas, Live in Amsterdam '92, Morning to Midnight Ragas - Afternoon Ragas, All time Favourites, Live from Sawai Gandharva Music Festival - Video (VHS), Raga-s DU Nord Et Du Sud, Immortal. Flute De Pundit Hariprasad Chaurasia Hariprasad Chaurasia - The Most Celebrated Flautist of India Charm of the Bamboo flute Kalpana - Imagination A Kaleidoscope of various ragas Krishna Utsav Kali - Classical Instrumental Pt.
Bholanath Prasanna is an Indian flute or bansuri player. He was born in Varanasi. He was the guru of celebrated flute player Pt. Hari Prasad Chaurasia. He was the brother and Disciple of well known Flute and Shehnai player Pandit Raghunath Prasanna.
8 February 2017 · New Delhi, India ·. Tomorrow February 10th at . 0pm in Delhi near Lodhi Garden. Rishab Prasanna Music updated their cover photo. A day of Joy, Music and Devotion . Pt Rajendra Prasanna, jogiya, Janmashtami 2010.
Get the Tempo of the tracks from Music Of The Bansuri: A Flute Of Rajasthan (1992) b. This album has an average beat per minute of 178 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 178/178 BPM). Tracklist Music of the Bansuri: A Flute of Rajasthan.
Rajendra Prasanna was born in Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh, India. He learnt music from his father Raghunath Prasanna and from his uncles Bholanath Prasanna and Vishnu Prasanna. His family moved to Delhi in the early seventies, and he later became the disciple of Hafeez Ahmed Khan and Sarfaraz Hussain Khan. He also took lessons from singer Mahadev Mishra of Banaras Gharana. Prasanna (born 1951), is a British Indian theatre director and playwright from Karnataka. He is one of the pioneers of modern Kannada theatre. He graduated from the National School of Drama (NSD).
Raghunath Prasanna playing Tripura Bansuri in a concert. Raghunath Prasanna at All India Radio. Background information. One of them is the flute and shehnai player Rajendra Prasanna, whose son Rishab, Rajesh and Ritesh play the bansuri. Raghunath got his musical training from his father Gauri Shanker, a shehnai player, and from Dauji Mishra from Varanasi. He was the first person in the family to introduce the art of flute (tripura bansuri and Krishna bansuri) in the family tradition, known until then for shehnai playing. Raghunath was also known for playing Tripura bansuri and Krishna bansuri. His techniques have been adopted by his younger brother and disciple Bholanath Prasanna and by Ronu Majumdar
Rajendra Prasanna in album A Tribute To Ustad Bismillah Khan-Shehnai. The song Maaru Bihaag Lyrics by Pt. Rajendra Prasanna, Label T-Series, released on 01 Jan, 2006.
- Recorded At – Sangeet Natak Akademi
- Produced For – National Institute of Multimedia Education
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – VMI
- Copyright (c) – VMI
- Manufactured By – Victor Musical Industries, Inc.
- Distributed By – Victor Musical Industries, Inc.
- Bansuri – Ajay Prasanna, Rajendra Prasanna
- Booklet Editor [English edition] – Robin Thompson
- Booklet Editor [Jacket editor] – Yukio Yui
- Cover, Design [Jacket design] – Ikko Tanaka
- Engineer [Recording engineer] – Toshiyuki Ito
- Producer [Production] – Soh Fujimoto
- Supervised By [Planning, JVC World Sounds Supervision], Recorded By [Recording], Photography By, Liner Notes – Tsutomu Ohashi*
- Tabla – Ratan Prasanna
- Tambura [Tanbura] – Onkar Nath
NotesDate of recording: June 1989
Place of recording: Sangeet Natak Akademi, New Delhi
℗ & © 1992 VMI
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 0 09119-5220-2 1
|VICG-5220||Rajendra Prasanna, Ajay Prasanna||Rajendra Prasanna, Ajay Prasanna - India: Music Of The Bansuri (A Flute Of Rajasthan) (CD, Album)||JVC||VICG-5220||Japan||1992|