Chatur Lal - The Drums Of India download album
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The Drums Of India is a 1961 album by tabla player Chatur Lal, who had been known as an associate of Ravi Shankar. He is accompanied by Mr. Ramnarayan (b/k/a Ram Narayan) on the sarangi. This album was released on World Pacific and featured three songs. 1. 16 Beats (Tintal) 2. 7 Beats (tal Rupak) 3. 13 Beats (Jaiy Tal). Chatur Lal - The Drums Of India (1961).
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Artist: Chatur Lal. Album: The Drums of India. The Drums of India: Best 2 songs. Chatur Lal - 16 Beats (Tintal) 20:45. Chatur Lal - 7 Beats (Tal Rupak) 10:50. Chatur Lal: best 2 tracks. Mullick, Ravi Shankar - Sindhi-Bhairavi The Sounds Of India, 1968 14:58. Chatur Lal, Chatur Lal(Tabla), Jnan Ghosh(Tabla), Pt. Ravi Shankar, Chatur Lal, Jnan Ghosh, P. avi Shankar, Chatur Lal(Tabla), Jnan Ghosh(Tabla), Ravi Shankar - Sitar - Pt. Ravi Shankar Legends-Bharat Ratna P. avi Shankar Vol 1, 2009 03:19.
Sharan Rani - "Pancham Savari". 4. Chatur Lal - "Teen Tal". 5. Chatur Lal - "Tal Rupak". 6. Chatur Lal - "Jaily Tal". 100% Secure Shopping.
Chatur Lal (1925 – October 1965) was a renowned Indian tabla player. Lal toured with Ravi Shankar, Aashish Khan, Baba Allauddin Khan, Nikhil Banerjee and Ali Akbar Khan in the 1950s and early 1960s and helped popularize the tabla in Western countries and made the nuances of this Indian drum. Chatur Lal was born 1925 in Udaipur, Rajasthan. Lal died October 1965. His legacy is maintained by the Pandit Chatur Lal Memorial Society and his elder son Charanjit Chaturlal, his daughter-in-law Meeta Lal, his granddaughter Shruti Lal, and his grandson Pranshu Lal. АУДИОЗАПИСИ.
Listen to music from Chatur Lal like Tabla Solo and 16 Beats (Tintal). Rajasthan, India (1925 – 1965). 14th Oct, 1965, India lost a great Tabla Wizard with the untimely death of Pandit Chatur Lal at the young age of 40. The violinist virtuoso, Late Lord Yehudi Menuhin, once remarked "Pandit Chatur Lal was one of those few supreme pioneer musicians who won for India the great and growing following it now commands in the West. He stole the hearts of his audiences wherever he went with his art and his enchanting personality".
|A||16 Beats (Tintal)|
|B1||7 Beats (Tal Rupak)|
|B2||13 Beats (Jaiy Tal)|
|WP-1403||Chatur Lal||The Drums Of India (LP, Album)||World Pacific Records||WP-1403||US||1961|
|74-6074||Chatur Lal , Accompanied By M. Ramnarayan*||Chatur Lal , Accompanied By M. Ramnarayan* - The Drums Of India (LP, Album, Mono, Club, Gat)||World Record Club, The Record Society||74-6074||Australia||1962|