Links

This section augments and rounds up our cyber-worldview of North Indian Classical Music – and also spells some comfort.

parrikar.org – Simply the most circumspect exposition of ‘the laws of melodic ethics’ on the web, illustrated with a vast array of audio clips, artist biographies and images. It features great musical gems, concise discourses by Pandit Ramashreya Jha ‘Ramrang’ on specific ragas, and Rajan Parrikar’s articles which hold the whole framework together.

itcsra.org – Audio illustrations similar to the Ragamala we present, description of the organization and a library of other recordings.

musicindiaonline.com – Well-organized pop, film, folk, ghazal, devotional, classical music resource and/or trashcan, featuring irksome ads and a great deal of good music.

Patrick Moutal’s Page – Downloadable mp3 and video collection.

MusicalNirvana.com – features artist profiles, discography, information and news about Indian Classical Music.

Khwaja Khurshid Anwar – This page on Surjit Singh’s website has been created with the help of Khwaja Irfan Anwar, and features images, articles, links and several downloadable songs composed by Khurshid Anwar.

sarangi.net – Nicolas Magriel’s biographical site with relevant information on sarangi as an instrument and its place in classical music. It also features an extensive photo collection of Indian sarangi players.

Sampurna – Sampurna was founded in 1999 by Mrs. Saffya Beyg as a forum for promoting classical music. The non-profit organization is based in Karachi, Pakistan.

apmckhi.org – The All Pakistan Music Conference, Karachi Chapter.

sadarang.com – Classical music website which focuses on artists in Pakistan.

apnaorg.com – Academy of the Punjab in North America (features an extensive library of streaming folk music by various artists).

danka.com.pk – Lahore’s Cultural Events Guide

Lahore Chitrkar – An organization committed to the promotion and development of arts – Dhrupad and Kathak.

Classical Music Heritage Trust – Patiala Gharana Classical Music Academy

sangeethapriya.org – This is a non commercial service for the exchange of Indian Classical Music funded by rasika contributions. Rasikas can upload/download concert recordings at this site.

3 thoughts on “Links”

  1. Sarwar Hussain’s recording of Raga Shree is spell-bounding. I hope that more recordings from him will be uploaded in the future. I have attached his website link with this comment.

  2. I agree. The Shree is amazing Rakae. This reminds me to pop it on again

  3. This reminds me of Ustad Abdul Latif Khan. I had heard a lot about Sarwar, but this is the first time I’m hearing him play. Wonderful!

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