Raaga Adana

Thaat Asavari Prahar 7 (12am - 3am)
Aaroha S - R - m - P - d - n - S' Vaadi S
Avroha S' - d~ - n - P, m - P - g~ - m - R - S Samvaadi P
Pakad m - P - d~ - n - S, n - P - m - P - g~ - m - R - S Jaati Shadav - Sampoorna

This movie shows a performance of a short dhrupad bandish (song) performed at the 2003 Tokyo Summer Festival in Japan. The bandish (song) is "Shiva Shiva shiva" in raga Adana set to Sooltaal (10 beat cycle).
Dhrupad is the oldest extant tradition of classical Indian music. The Gundecha Brothers are amongst the most respected and active performers of the Dagar tradition of Dhrupad. They studied under the eminent gurus, Zia Mohiuddin and Zia Fariduddin Dagar and Srikant Mishra.
The Gundecha Brothers run a school for Dhrupad music in a beautiful and peaceful rural setting on the edge of Bhopal, India.


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