Σάββατο, 11 Μαρτίου 2017

Essence - Thematic Instrumental - Flute - Pt. Santosh Sant


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Album : Essence
Flute : Pt. Santosh Sant

♪ Essence of Jhinjhoti → 00:00:00
Tabla : Pritam Chakraborty
Guiter : Amit Roy
Key Board : Ajay Joglekar

♪ Theme Indiana → 00:18:10
Tabla : Pritam Chakraborty
Guiter : Amit Roy
Key Board & Special Effect : Ajay Joglekar
Percussions : Deepak Borkar
Side Rhythm : Shyam Adhav

♪ Echoes of Valley → 00:24:45
Tabla : Pritam Chakraborty
Guiter : Amit Roy
Key Board & Special Effect : Ajay Joglekar
Percussions : Deepak Borkar
Side Rhythm : Shyam Adhav

♪ Call of Krishna → 00:33:54
Tabla : Gopal Prasad Das
Key Board : Ajay Joglekar
Percussions : Deepak Borkar
Side Rhythm : Shyam Adhav

♪ The Desert → 00:41:46
Tabla : Gopal Prasad Das
Key Board : Ajay Joglekar
Harp : Deepak Borkar

♪ Colours of Bhoopali →00:47:08
Tabla : Gopal Prasad Das
Guiter : Amit Roy
Key Board : Ajay Joglekar
Harp : Deepak Borkar

Essence. As the name suggests, this album highlights the significant individual feature of each track. This thematic instrumental album by Pt. Santosh Sant takes the listener through a variety of moods. It not only showcases the versatility of Indian Classical Music but also brings forth Santosh's musical calibre.

About Music:
The album opens with a sentimental track aptly titled 'Essence of Jhinjhoti'. A popular Indian raga, here, Santosh has treated Jhinjhoti in a very innovative manner. The Alaap portion has been improvised with the related chords of the keyboard. The Jod blends well with the melody on the guitar and keyboard while the Drut (fast tempo) set to Teen Taal concludes the composition with the Tabla for accompaniment.
'Theme Indiana' is a romantic composition. Influenced by the flavour of Western music, Santosh has imaginatively blended the sound of the English flute with that of the Bansuri, thus lending an overall soothing tone to the track.
'Echoes of Valley' is inspired by the folk music of Mizoram, a north-eastern state of India. Based on Raga Pahadi, this track re-kindles in the listener a love for nature and the natural elements, thus transporting them to the beauteous Indian valleys.
The next track 'Call of Krishna' is a romantic composition based on the night raga Maanj-Khamaj. The sounds emanating from Santosh's flute are reminiscent of a shepherd's call to his beloved, from across the river.
'The Desert' is a track based on raga Mishra-Maand, influenced by the folk music of Rajasthan. It is an instrumental version of the popular Rajasthani song 'Kesariya Balama' which evokes feelings of romanticism as the girl welcomes her beloved to her homeland even as she subtly conveys her desires to him. 
The concluding track 'Colours of Bhoopali' is based on the evening raga Bhoopali. By giving it a devotional twist, Santosh has improvised the Alaap and Jod portions to be in sync with the keyboard and guitar. Set to Jhaptaal of 10 beats, this haunting melody is a befitting closure to this innovative album by Pt. Santosh Sant.

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