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Sarvar Sabri: Master Drummer of India. Sensations of Travel. Discover Music from India. Indian Chill Out. The Sound of Indian Tabla. Listen to Master Drummer of India: Sarvar Sabri now. Listen to Master Drummer of India: Sarvar Sabri in full in the this site app. Play on this site.
Master Drummer of India. CD, 2002) - Sarvar Sabri. Master Drummer of India' is a fifty and a half minute performance-based album that is composed of four tracks: 'Taal Bundu Khani' (an unfamiliar time cycle of 8 and a half beats), 'Taal Farodust' (14 beats) 'Teentaal' (16 beats) and 'Dadra' (6 beats). These solo arrangements really do 'show-off' the exceptional talent of this musical maestro. Sabri makes use of what appears to be regular and customary taals (melodic beats), and then modifies them into intricate and elaborate masterpieces
Sabri Khan on a 2018 stamp of India. Background information. 21 May 1927 Moradabad, Uttar Pradesh, India. 1 December 2015(2015-12-01) (aged 88) New Delhi, Delhi, India. Indian classical music, Hindustani classical music. Ustad Sabri Khan (21 May 1927 – 1 December 2015) was an Indian sarangi player, who was descended on both sides of his family from a line of distinguished musicians. He has many grandsons playing musical instruments: Suhail Yusuf Khan (Sarangi), Faisal (Tabla), Shariq (Tabla), Junaid (Guitar) and Nabeel (Sarangi).
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