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special feature: From India to Europe… FestivalReport (part 1 and 2)

Posted by ElJay Arem (IMC OnAir) on February 21, 2016

Part 1 and 2 of FestivalReport 2007 is presented under the topic „Alternation of Generations ? – Music conferences & competitions of procreation“. In part 1 „IMC OnAir“ lights up the current music scene in India. Part 2 gives a view of the new generation competitions and international festival scene…

d a t e s   o f   b r o a d c a s t i n g …

part 1 and 2: Sunday, 21st February 2016 – 09:00-11:00 am EST @ radio multicult.fm (DE)
(premiere: 07/30/2007 (part 1) + 08/13/2007 (part 2) @ TIDE Radio) 
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IMC OnAir presents the two hours special show „From India to Europe – Festival Report 2007“. The programme attaches to the Festival Report 2006. Here some interesting and worth knowing details were introduced to history and the development of Indian music festivals, the so called Sangita Sammelana-s.

All broadcastings of the past you get access to by free PodCast for re-listening as MP3 independently from time and place (see archive)…

IMC-Special-FESTIVALREPORT2006-Screensplash-30092006-1-small-230-210 (1)The Sangita Sammelana-s enjoy internationally an increasing popularity. The origin hands back to the 18th century. Until today the Indian classical music of North and South India can retain it’s character as chamber music on the large stages in Kolkatta, New Dehli, Mumbai, Pune and Chennai.

music:
Raga Jog, Raga Mishra Mand, Raga Tilak Kamod (old form: Kambodi or Kamodi), Raga Sohini, Raga Hamsadwani, Raga Mishra Khamaj, Thumri, Raga Bageshri, Rag Bhairavi, Dhrupad, Pakhawaj Solo (Paran), Thumri (Light Indian Classical Music), Misra Pilu – Jiya Mora Na Lage

artists:
Begum Parveen Sultana (Vocals), Rajan & Sajan Mishra (vocal brothers), Taalyogi Suresh Talwalkar (Tabla), Dr. Kamala Shankar (Shankar Guitar) & Rajeev Janardan (Sitar), Subhra Guha (Vocals), Hariprasad Chaurasia (Bansuri / Flute), Kumar Bose (Tabla), Shahid Parvez (Sitar / Tabla / Vocals), Shashank Subramanium (Bansuri / Flute), Sandeep Das (Tabla), Suchismita & Debopriya Chatterjee (Flute Sisters), Sukhvinder Singh (Tabla), Patri Satish Kumar (Mridangam), Bahauddin Dagar (Dhrupad / Rudra Veena), Ravishankar Upadhyay (Pakhawaj), Ikram Khan (Sarangi), Shishirchandra Bhatt (Harmonium), Kaushiki Chakrabarty (Vocals)

festivals:
Savai Gandharva Music Festival (Pune), 13th ITC Sangeet Sammelan (Bangelore), MRI Music & Dance Festival 2005 / Annual Music & Drama Festival 2006 (Chennai), Saptak Festival (Ahmedabad, Gujarat), Darbar South Asian Music Festival (U.K.)

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special feature: From India to Europe… FestivalReport (Teil 1 und 2)

Posted by ElJay Arem (IMC OnAir) on February 21, 2016

IMC präsentiert … From India to Europe… FestivalReport (Teil 1 u. 2)
– Generationenwechsel ? – Musikkonferenzen & Nachwuchswettbewerbe

IMC OnAir praesentiert das 2-stuendige special „From India to Europe – Festivalreport 2007“. Es schliesst an den Festivalreport 2006 an. Hier wurde bereits einiges Interessantes und Wissenswertes zur Geschichte und Entwickung der indischen Musikfestivals, der Sangita Sammelana-s vorgestellt.

Teil 1 u. 2 von FestivalReport 2007 stehen unter der Themenueberschrift “Generationenwechsel ? – Musikkonferenzen & Nachwuchswettbewerbe”. Im Teil 1 beleuchtet IMC OnAir die aktuelle Musikszene in Indien. Teil 2 gibt einen Blick auf die Nachwuchswettbewerbe und internationale Festivalszene.

S e n d e t e r m i n e …

Teil 1 und 2:  Sonntag, 21. Februar 2016 – 15:00-17:00 Uhr CET@ radio multicult.fm (DE)
(Premiere: 30.07.2007 (Teil 1) + 31.08.2007 (Teil 2) @ TIDE Radio) 
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Alle zurueckliegenden Sendungen finden Sie auch als kostenlosen PodCast zum Nachhoeren (siehe Archiv).

IMC-Special-FESTIVALREPORT2006-Screensplash-30092006-1-small-230-210 (1)

Die indischen Musikfestivals erfreuen sich international einer wachsenden Beliebtheit. Der Ursprung der Sangita Sammelana-s, reicht bis ins 18. Jahrhundert zurueck. Den Charakter als Kammermusik hat sich die indisch klassische Musik Nord- und Suedindiens auf den grossen Buehnen in Kolkatta, Neu-Dehli, Mumbai, Pune und Chennai bis heute bewahren koennen.

 

Musik:
Raga Jog, Raga Mishra Mand, Raga Tilak Kamod (old form: Kambodi or Kamodi), Raga Sohini, Raga Hamsadwani, Raga Mishra Khamaj, Thumri, Raga Bageshri, Rag Bhairavi, Dhrupad, Pakhawaj Solo (Paran), Thumri (Light Indian Classical Music), Misra Pilu – Jiya Mora Na Lage

Künstler:
Begum Parveen Sultana (Vocals), Rajan & Sajan Mishra (vocal brothers), Taalyogi Suresh Talwalkar (Tabla), Dr. Kamala Shankar (Shankar Guitar) & Rajeev Janardan (Sitar), Subhra Guha (Vocals), Hariprasad Chaurasia (Bansuri / Flute), Kumar Bose (Tabla), Shahid Parvez (Sitar / Tabla / Vocals), Shashank Subramanium (Bansuri / Flute), Sandeep Das (Tabla), Suchismita & Debopriya Chatterjee (Flute Sisters), Sukhvinder Singh (Tabla), Patri Satish Kumar (Mridangam), Bahauddin Dagar (Dhrupad / Rudra Veena), Ravishankar Upadhyay (Pakhawaj), Ikram Khan (Sarangi), Shishirchandra Bhatt (Harmonium), Kaushiki Chakrabarty (Vocals)

Festivals:
Savai Gandharva Music Festival (Pune), 13th ITC Sangeet Sammelan (Bangelore), MRI Music & Dance Festival 2005 / Annual Music & Drama Festival 2006 (Chennai), Saptak Festival (Ahmedabad, Gujarat), Darbar South Asian Music Festival (U.K.)

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