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Ali Akbar Khan




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1Hori (In Kukubh Bilawal)6:25
2Hori (In Bhairavi)7:21
3Tarana (In Mian Ki Malhar) (Bidar Style)5:00
4Tarana (In Bhupali)3:58
5Dhrupad (In Sankara Bharan)10:48
6Tarana (In Bhimpalasri)8:21
7Guru Bandana (Prayer)5:33
8Sadra (In Sankara Karan)6:45
9Tarana (In Adana)2:23
10Kheyal (In Gour Sarang)7:17
11Prayer (In Bhairavri)2:56
12Tarana ((In Bhimpalasri)7:12


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
L96014, L 96014Ali Akbar Khan Legacy ‎(Cass, Album)Music Today, Music TodayL96014, L 96014India1996
CDF9601Ali Akbar Khan Legacy ‎(Cass, Album)AMMPCDF9601US1996
7216-2Ali Akbar Khan Legacy (16th - 18th Century Music From India) ‎(CD)AMMP, Triloka Records7216-2US1996


  • CelloDan Reiter
  • Cover, Photography ByBlake Davis
  • Design, Art DirectionDuke Design
  • HarmoniumRajan Parrikar
  • Liner NotesKen Hunt, Mary J. Khan
  • Mastered ByBob Ludwig, Brian Lee
  • Photography ByRana Bose
  • ProducerTim White
  • Recorded ByChris Haynes
  • Recording SupervisorJai Uttal
  • SarangiRamesh Mishra
  • Sarod, Co-producerAli Akbar Khan
  • SitarJames Pomerantz
  • Tabla, Percussion [Pakawaj]Swapan Chaudhuri
  • TamburaAlam Khan, Kalpana Banerjee
  • VocalsAsha Bhosle


Presents Legacy (16th - 18th Century Music From India)
(Complete Title and Subtitle)
1997 Grammy Nominated
℗© 1996 AMMP/BMI
Cover Printed in Canada
(Notes from Booklet)
Recorded August, 1995


  • Barcode: 7 23181 96012 2
  • Rights Society: BMI


  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – AMMP
  • Copyright (c) – AMMP
  • Distributed By – AMMP
  • Produced For – AMMP
  • Recorded At – Skywalker Sound
  • Mixed At – Skywalker Sound
  • Mastered At – Gateway Mastering


Album 1996 12 Songs. The late sarod player Ali Akbar Khan was a master of Hindustani classical music, while the vocalist Asha Bhosle has sung songs from a variety of traditions in her lengthy career. Shes best known as a Bollywood playback singer, a vocalist who records tracks for film actors to lip-sync to. Performing material from the 16th to 18th century, the featured artists are accompanied by sarangi, sitar, cello, harmonium, and by Swapan Chaudhuri on tabla and pakawaj. Album : Legacy Artists. Ali Akbar Khan. The Orchard Music от. 10: free to Ali Akbar Khan Legacy Guru Bandana Prayer, Hori in Kukubh Bilawal and more. 12 tracks 73:59. Legacy, 1996. Guru Bandana In Desh Malhar, 05:36. Hori Kukubh Bilawal, 06:28. Tarana In Adana, 02:25. Tarana In Bhimpalasri, 08:24. Kheyal In Gour Sarang, 07:20. Sadra In Sankara Karan, 06:44. March 3, 1996. Renews automatically. New subscribers only. Please retry. New from. Used from. MP3 Music, August 9, 1997. In the early 1970s after meeting sarod maestro Ali Akbar Khansaheb in London, I started to explore his music. Although, he was the first major Indian classical musician to perform in the USA at the behest of Yehudi Menuhin in 1955, a recording was made with Pandit Chatur Lal, which was released thereafter. He collaborated with John Handy for a Jazz Album - Karuna Supreme and with Yvette Mimoux - Baudelaire's 'Flowers of Evil. Duet with Pandit Nikhil Banerjee. Ali Akbar Khan's Legacy: Tradition and Evolving Music. 16 April . See a detailed Ali Akbar Khan timeline, with an inside look at his albums, marriages, children, awards & more through the years. In Concert 1972 is a double live album by sitar virtuoso Ravi Shankar and sarodya Ali Akbar Khan, released in 1973 on Apple Records. It was recorded at the Philharmonic Hall, New York City, in October 1972, and is a noted example of the two Hindustani classical musicians' celebrated jugalbandi duet style of playing. With accompaniment from tabla player Alla Rakha, the performance reflects the two artists' sorrow at the recent death of their revered guru, and Khan's father, Allauddin Khan. Ali Akbar Khan 14 April 1922 18 June 2009 was an Indian Hindustani classical musician of the Maihar gharana, known for his virtuosity in playing the sarod. Trained as a classical musician and instrumentalist by his father, Allauddin Khan, he also composed numerous classical ragas and film scores. He established a music school in Calcutta in 1956, and the Ali Akbar College of Music in 1967, which moved with him to the United States and is now based in San Rafael, California, with a branch in Basel

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