Brij Bhushan Kabra / Shivkumar Sharma / Hariprasad Chaurasia "Call of the Valley" 1x LP

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Shivkumar Sharma, the guitarist Brij Bhushan Kabra, and flutist Hariprasad Chaurasia were all aged about 30 when they made Call of the Valley. Shivkumar Sharma, who had made his first solo album in 1960, was responsible for establishing and popularizing the instrument in Hindustani classical circles. Kabra was also having to prove himself because of the guitar's Western and Indian popular music associations Chaurasia's problem was the wide popularity of the bansuri -- a bamboo transverse flute -- and his need to establish himself with the instrument. In 1967, the concept behind this album was as revolutionary as it was traditional. Conceived as a suite, they used their instruments to tell the story of a day in the life of a shepherd in Kashmir using ragas associated with various times of the day to advance the dramatic narrative. If the newcomer buys only one Indian classical recording, it should be Call of the ValleyCall of the Valley is considered Kabra's most beloved recording. It is certainly his most popular globally. Newly remastered for this edition. Limited edition pressing.

Part 1 Movements
A1 Ahir-Bhairav
A2 Nat-Bhairav - Ek Tala
A3 Piloo - Teen Tala
Part 2 Movements
B1 Bhoop - Jhap Tala
B2 Des - Dadra Tala
B3 Pahadi - Kehrawa Tala