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StudioTalk No. 2: “Music Awareness by Love…”

Posted by ElJay Arem (IMC OnAir) on September 5, 2007

StudioTalk No. 2: Music Awareness by Love… from Love to Music.
From Guru-Shishya-Parampara to Modern Music Education in the 21st Century

IMC OnAir’s special featureStudioTalk No. 2” delivers you the documentary of an extraordinary interview with the Sarod player and film composer Ranajit Sengupta from Kolkatta, India. Ranajit visited our Hamburg Studio on 12th May 2007 beside some concerts in Hamburg and Berlin.

Sarode Maestro & Film Composer Ranajit Senguptam (Kolkatta, India)

Ranajit Sengupta’s extensive art work on the the big festival stages and his film composing for international movie projects leads him around the globe. Beside he has a deep focus onto music therapeutical work, especially the treatment of the Alap, the introduction part of an Indian Raga.

Listen to his experiences on the Sarode in the tradition of India’s music paedagogic work. Anybody may take some new ideas out of it who likes to listen to Indian Classical Music…

Broadcasting: Wedn, 12th September 2007 – 08:00 p.m. (METZ) | 58 min.

Internet Radio: https://imcradiodotnet.wordpress.com/internet-mobile-radio/
PodCast (MP3 download): https://imcradiodotnet.wordpress.com/podcast-rss/

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One Response to “StudioTalk No. 2: “Music Awareness by Love…””

  1. […] by ElJay Arem (IMC OnAir) on September 13, 2007 StudioTalk No. 2 (with Sarodian Ranajit Sengupta) was broadcasted on 12th September […]

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