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by Mitali Banerjee Bhawmik

Hindustani (Asian Indian) classical vocals based on Indian Raga.
Genre: World: Indian Classical
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Guru Vandana
1:43 $0.99
2. Khayal: Raga Anandi Kalyan
28:00 $0.99
3. Hori Tumri
14:57 $0.99
4. Koyelia Mat Kare Pukar
10:37 $0.99
5. Mo Ko Kahan Dhunde.. Bhajan
7:46 $0.99
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Mitali Banerjee Bhawmik is a rising new star of Indian Classical vocal music.

She has received training from stalwarts like Pandit V. G. Jog (the famous violin maestro) and Meera Banerjee (among others).

She has done several concerts in India and USA. Mitali has also performed as a playback signer in Mira Nair's film "The Namesake".



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Gorgeous Hindustani (Asian Indian) classical vocal pillowed by swirly-whirly sitar, tabla and other percussion. If you close your eyes, you can almost feel the hot, humid air filling your lungs. The swaying beauty in this kind of traditional Asian music is so captivating and stunning that you should hear it no matter what kind of music you're normally into.

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Both intense and casual listeners will be mesmerized by the profound expression
This extensively trained rising star of Hindustani (Asian Indian) classical vocal music blesses us with her blissful and otherworldly voice which, like a stream, cascades over the structure of this entrancing, melismatic music. Evocative and mysteriously sweet, her clean and beautiful resonance is perfectly suited for the Khayal and Tumri style of Hindustani music. Occasionally accompanied by the violin, she performs Kyahal in Raga Anandi Kalyan, followed by a Hori Tumri, a Dadra and a Bhajan. Whether a cultured follower or a newcomer to Indian music and this profound and magical sound world, her mesmerizing expression of these Ragas will enchant and touch your core.