- Official website of Sitar maestro Pt. Ashok Pathak. Master of the Pathak Gharana. The Surbahar, its origin, technics and history. — “The Surbahar and the Pathak Gharana”,
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- Surbahar Hiren Roy surbahar Srishti Surbahars RA sitarmaker surbahar miraj surbahars. — “Surbahar > Surbahars > Hiren Roy > Miraj surbahars”, sitar-
- Top tracks from surbahar: Spirit of Love (Dreaming in Green), Money Yey & more. Pavel Stoychev - Surbahar is a solo project inspired from the nature and the vedic science of inwardly knowledge. Our consciousness has a lot of questions whose. — “surbahar – Free listening, videos, concerts, stats”, last.fm
- Aspects of the topic surbahar are discussed in the following places The most prominent melody instruments used in North Indian classical music are the sitar, a long-necked fretted lute; surbahar, a larger version of the sitar; the sarod, a plucked lute without frets and with a shorter neck than. — “surbahar (musical instrument) -- Britannica Online Encyclopedia”,
- The Surbahar (Hindi: ??? ????; also known as bass sitar) is a plucked string instrument used in the Hindustani classical music of North India. The surbahar is over 130 cm (51 inches) long, uses a dried pumpkin as a resonator, and has a neck made of teak with very long. — “Surbahar”, rikhiram.in
- Pavel Stoychev - Surbahar started playing drums and guitar of 12 years old. That way in 2005 year he form and officially presented Surbahar project with Transglobal Underground&Natasha Atlas and Visionary Underground (UK). — “ " Artists " Surbahar”,
- Surbahar was played by the Beenkars as a prelude to taking up of Veena. This is the first part of Dhrupad Ang Surbahar performance by Shri Suvir Misra at a Baithak in Delhi. — “Surbahar”,
- The surbahar is in effect a bass sitar and is played in a similar manner. In addition to its six metal strings, of which four carry the melody and two the drone, and thir*** sympathetic strings underneath, the surbahar has two extra bass strings which give an extra lower octave. — “::welcome to SHAFAATULLAH KHAN online::”,
- She studied instrumental music with Ustad Imrat Khan, the world's acknowledged master of the surbahar; vocal music in the khayal style with the late Pandit Shrikant Bakre; the South Indian technique of tanam with Kalaimamani Ranganayaki Rajagopalan; and dhrupad with the Gundecha Brothers. — “Surbahar”,
- The surbahar is a large-size bass sitar, with a flat rather than The Dhrupad-inspired surbahar idiom follows the traditional music of the Rudra Veena, while the post-Dhrupad, sitarist, tradition is allowing surbahar music to drift. — “Raga Exchange - Music of India - Steven landsberg”,
- This is an article about the Indian surbahar, which is essentially a bass sitar. — “Surbahar - Bass Sitar”,
- Sitar player Ashok Pathak - sitar and surbahar - Surbahar maestro Balaram Pathak - Pathak Gharana history - Pathak Gharana family tree - Ashok Pathak CD recordings - Ashok Pathak sitar and surbahar concerts - Surbahar history - Pathak Gharana photo gallery - Ashok Pathak contact info. — “Ashok Pathak”,
- Srishti Standard Surbahar. The Srishti Standard Surbahar is made of This Srishti Standard Surbahar is made with deep complex full carvings and generous. — “Sitar > sitars > Srishti Surbahars > Srishti Standard Surbahar”,
- Surbahar. Wikipedia  Etymology. From Hindi.  Noun. surbahar surbahar" Categories: Hindi derivations | English nouns | Musical instruments. Personal. — “surbahar - Wiktionary”,
- glen kniebeiss + chris sprague - indian and middle estern music - melbourne, australia - tabla, surbahar, oud, sitar, mandocello. — “glen kniebeiss + chris sprague - tabla, surbahar, mandocello”,
- Surbahar (Urdu: سربہار; Hindi: सुर बहार), sometimes known as bass sitar, is a plucked string instrument used in the Hindustani Surbahar is over 130 cm (51 inches). It uses a dried pumpkin as a resonator, and has a. — “Surbahar - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,
- This is the first part of Dhrupad Ang Surbahar performance by Shri Suvir Misra at a Baithak in Delhi . This employs the 3 finger/mizrab technique and is vast. — “YouTube - Surbahar”,
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- Tanim Hayat Khan:Grandson of Ustad Ayet Ali Khan (Surbahar) Tanim Hayat Khan (Sarod)is the grandson of Ustad Ayet Ali Khan (Surbahar)and Ustad Allauddin Khan (Sarod) Tanim Hayat Khan is the Second Son of Musocologist Mobarak Hossain Khan and Famous Singer Fauzia Yasmin. His other three aunties are the famous Yasmin Sisters and Singers of Bangladesh: Farida Yasmin, Nilufar Yasmin and last but not least Sabina Yasmin. Tanim started learning hindustani music through Tabla. He was the disciple of Pandit Madon Gopal Das of Bangladesh. Then he became interested about Western Music and started learning Guiter and Base Guiter from Music Director Sajal Das, son of great Music Director Maestro of Bangladesh Subal Das. In 1998 he started to learn Sarod from his cousin brother the great Sarod Maestro Ustad Shahadat Hossain Khan. In 2003 Tanim left Bangladesh and settled in Sydney, Australia. The second phase of his learning started when he found a new Guru in Australia. His new Guru is Dr. Adrian Mcneill, professor of Macquerrie University, Sydney. Dr. Adrian Mcneill himself was the disciple of Pandit Ashok Roy. Pandit Ashok Roy was the disciple of Tanim's Uncle Ustad Ali Akbar Khan. So the Seniya-Maihar Gharana music came back to its own yard through Pandit Ashok Roy and Dr. Adrian Mcneill. Professionally Tanim is an MBA and currently working as a TAFE lecturer (Business and Accounting) in Sydney.
- Surbahar This is the first part of Dhrupad Ang Surbahar performance by Shri Suvir Misra at a Baithak in Delhi . This employs the 3 finger/mizrab technique and is vastly different from the one finger/mizrab plucking technique of Sitarists who adapt to Surbahar. Surbahar was played by the Beenkars as a prelude to taking up of Veena. Fast sapat taans are a strictly prohibited on this instrument. The slow alaap is in a variant of Raga Chandrakauns that employs Rishabh as well as Pancham while descending.
- JAY KISHOR surbahar JEFF BYERS tanpura -Artscape2007(part4) Jay Kishor, surbahar and Jeff Byers, tanpura performing Raga Shudh Sarang in Langsdale Auditorium, Artscape 2007, Baltimore, MD.
- JAY KISHOR surbahar JEFF BYERS tanpura -Artscape2007(part2) Jay Kishor on surbahar and Jeff Byers on tanpura perform Raga Shudh Sarang in Langsdale Auditorium, Artscape 2007, Baltimore, MD.
- surbahar- raag Des Surbahar is bass sitar - a plucked string instrument used in the Hindustani classical music of North India. Its pitch is one to four octaves lower than the sitar and the Surbahar is to the sitar, what the cello is to the violin. A large pumpkin fixed to the neck acts as a resonator allowing a deep, sonorous, long-lasting sound. The surbahar has four rhythm strings (cikari), four playing strings and 15 to 17 unplayed sympathetic strings resting on a wide flat bridge giving the musician a great ability to meend (glissando). The invention of the surbahar, around 1825, is attributed, variously, to Ustad Sahebdad Khan, the father of the legendary Ustad Imdad Khan, and a lesser- known Lucknow-based early 19th century sitarist, Ustad Ghulam Mohammed. The purpose of developing the instrument was to enable sitar-players to present the elaborate dhrupad-style alap traditionally performed on the rudra veena. Until well into the 20th century, leading sitarists habitually presented the dhrupad style alap on the surbahar, followed by post-dhrupad styles of compositions on the sitar. The difficulty of playing the instrument, the technical developments in the acoustics of the sitar and the decline of the Dhrupad style itself has led to its lack of visibility. However for the true lovers of North Indian classical music Jagdeep Singh Bedi, one of the very few concert performers of the Surbahar in Delhi performs in the traditional style of the alap on the Surbahar and the jor and jhala on ...
- Ustad Wahid Khan - Surbahar - Jalsaghar Ustad Wahid Khansahab appeared in this award-winning Bengali film as an playback artist as well as an actor (old court musician at a Zamindar's court), and the music of the film was composed by his nephew Ustad Vilayat Khan. This film has won the 1958 best music award in an international film festival. Both Ustad Vilayat Khan and his brother Ustad Imrat Khan received taalim from Ustad Wahid Khansahab after their father Ustad Enayat Khansahab passed away (Vilayat Khansahab was only 9 years when his father passed away). Incidentally Ustad Wahid Khansahab was court musician in several princely-states. He was succeeded by his son Ustad Hafeez Khan and Ustad Aziz Khan. Ustad Aziz Khan is the father and Guru of Ustad Shahid Parvez Khan.
- Srimati Annapurna Devi, surbahar, Raag Manjh Khamaj Annapurna Devi (Devanāgarī:अन्नपूर्णा देवी) (born Roshanara Khan, Maihar, India, 1926) is a reclusive Surbahar (bass Sitar) maestro of Indian Classical Music. Annapurna Devi represents a family of great tradition of Indian classical music. Her father and guru Ustad Alauddin Khan, founder of the "Senia Maihar Gharana" or "Senia Maihar School" of Indian classical music, was considered a singular phenomenon in the twentieth century Indian classical music. Her uncles Fakir Aftabuddin Khan and Ustad Ayet Ali Khan were revered musicians at their native place Shibpur in Bangladesh. Her brother Ustad Ali Akbar Khan is considered by many as one of the greatest living Sarode maestros. her former husband Sitarist Pandit Ravi Shankar is perhaps the most well-known Indian classical musician abroad. Annapurna Devi was born in 1926 at Maihar, a small princely state of British India, (now a part of Madhya Pradesh state of India), where her revered father Ustad Alauddin Khan was a royal court musician at that time. But, her family has their ancestry in the village of Shibpur in the then British India, present Bangladesh. Annapurna Devi grew up in Maihar as Roshanara Khan. She was one of the daughters (Jahanara, Sharija, Roshanara) of Ustad Alauddin Khan. Sharija died an early death suffering from diseases in her childhood. When Alauddin's other daughter, Jahanara, got married, and a jealous mother-in-law burnt her Tanpura, Alauddin Khan decided not to train his other ...
- Sitar & Surbahar Maestro - Ustad Wahid Khan - Bhimpalasi Bhimpalasi Alap by the Sitar & Surbahar meastro Ustad Wahid Khan, son of Ustad Imdad Khan; Guru & uncle of Ustad Vilayat Khan & Ustad Imrat Khan; grandfather of Ustad Shahid Parvez Khan.
- Ustad Imrat Khan ( Surbahar) Yaman Kalyan Imdadkhani gharana Imrat khan play yaman kalyan on surbahar(sitar bass)on tv show. alap,jor,jhala Collection from Nick (trippy Monkey)uk based original google poster.
- Surbahar And MIDI Theremin This is a short improvisation for surbahar and Moog MIDI Ethervox theremin. This surbahar was made for me many years ago by the Indian luthier Kanai Lal. The theremin, which is used here as a kind of "movable drone" is being played purely by the proximity of the neck of the surbahar to the vertical (pitch) antenna. Theremin volume is controlled by a small knob on the floor next to me.
- GovindaSchlegel plays the Surbahar (bass-sitar) GovindaSchlegel plays the Surbahar, live in the Palace of Trier in Jan 2009. Raga Hemant, alap, jhor
- Lane, Hellborg, Selvaganesh - Surbahar (Rimini, 8th May 2000) Here Shawn Lane, Jonas Hellborg and Selvaganesh Vinayakram play a tune called "Surbahar", at the 4th Disma Music show, Rimini, Italy, on the 8th May 2000. You can buy a selection of Shawn's live gigs on DVD from Shawn's mum, Diane, at You can mingle and post with other fans of Shawn at : You can read back through litterally hundreds of cool and very informative posts at the Shawn Lane Yahoo group (dating back to 1999) here : (you have to join up) You can still read lots of interesting posts at the old Shawn Lane message board here : and Thanks to Mick for supporting Shawn over the years, as well as taping (and organising the taping of) many of Shawn's shows! .
- JAY KISHOR surbahar JEFF BYERS tanpura -Artscape2007(part3) Jay Kishor, surbahar and Jeff Byers, tanpura perform Raga Shudh Sarang in Langsdale Auditorium at Artscape 2007, Baltimore, MD
- Sur Bahar by Rajendra Vishwaroop, Raag - Yaman, Jod Student of Ustad Zia-Farid-Ud-Din-Dagar
- Ustad Shafaatullah Khan - Surbahar - Miya Ki Malhar Ustad Shafaatullah Khan, son of Ustad Imrat Khan, playing raag Miya Ki Malhar on the Surbahar at the Battleground Arts Center.
- Mehnaz begum (Amir khusro) -Gondho ri malan phoolon ka sehra-SurBahar PTV live Poet: Ameer Khusro ( Urdu Translation) Singer: Mehnaz begum PTV Program Sur Bahar other tracks of this program uploded by me 1.Kash main kabhi kabhi (Asad Amanat Ali) 2.Aaj yeh konsa MehmaaN aaya (Hamid Ali Khan) 3.Aye kaash mujhe tujh se sarokar na hota (Naheed Akhtar) 4.Chhap tilak sab chheen li (Naheed Akhtar) 5.Muhabbat main koi hamdam nahi hai (Hamid Ali Khan)
- souravbrata [surbahar] in this vidio clip souravbrata played a rainy season raga mian ki mallhar. at a temple concert, 2006 17 july.
- surbahar played by shri souravbrata in a concert at kolkata 2007 Raag Miyan Malhar played on Surbahar by Souravbrata at Bhowanipore Sangeet Sammelan in 2007
- Sur-Bahar Jagdeep Singh Bedi Playing Raag Yaman on Sur Bahar. There are not many people playing SurBahar these days! Contact Information for Jagdeep Singh Bedi Email:firstname.lastname@example.org
- Pushparaj Koshti on surbahar / raag Shuddh Sarang - alap Surbahar (bass sitar) player Pushparaj Koshti performing in Mondiaal Centrum in Haarlem, The Netherlands, 24 May 2009, a segment of the alap in raag Shuddh Sarang. My video&sound-recording here is crappy, my apologies! I had no good equipment available there. When I arrived at the venue I found out -to my surprise- that it was allowed to film the performance. If I had only known this beforehand...! The only thing left for me was shooting some video with a small mediocre photocamera that I happened to have in my trousers. Again, it's really bad looking footage, but it's better than nothing and I think the great performance justifies an upload here. Pushparaj Koshti's playing is marvellous. Most convincing proof of Pushparaj Koshti's great playing you'll get through listening to his latest album -Surbahar, on the Sense World Music label, 2008 - a masterpiece album, comprising a state of the art-recording of a magnificent performance of raag Des. A must hear for evry lover of Indian classical music!
- Rajeev Janardan plays Raga Bageshri alap on Surbahar.
- |||||||| Annapurna Devi - Raag Manjh Khamaj - Surbahar |||||||| By all accounts, Annapurnaji's public concert was staged in the early '50s, and no one has ever heard play her favorite surbahar or sitar in public or private ever since. Her students vouch for the fact that she imparts instruction through singing and not through playing her instrument, and she conducts her lessons only in the late hours of the night. What is more, she has remained inaccessible and unapproachable even to her own students without prior consent and appointment. Nor does she make herself available on telephone, nor entertain any visitors. She is allergic to press reporters, critics and lensmen, so much so, that it might well sound pretentious for anyone who might hazard the task of writing about her! Against this background, I consider myself singularly lucky in being known to Annapurna Devi and something more. I also had the rarest chance of listening to her recital on the surbahar, albeit a brief one. This was during my visit to Delhi way back in 1955. I chanced to meet her former husband, sitar maestro Ravi Shankar, who was then the founder-conductor of Akashvani Vadya Vrinda and, in response to my suggestion, he readily agreed for an interview by me. The interview was spread over two sessions, the fast of which took place in the AIR studios, while the second one was held at his residence at Ashok Road at his suggestion.
- Kushal Das, sitar & surbahar player from Kolkata recorded in germany 2007 (raga bageshri, alap)
- surbahar, rag rupaswari While Chris Dodderidge does not consider himself a professional musician, he regularly performs raga meditations at a friend's house in Norwich. Here is the conclusion to a realisation of rag rupaswari, played on a surbahar which he built himself.
- Irshad Khan - Surbahar Excerpt: Raga Jansanmohini Alap Irshad Khan is considered among the world's best Sitar players and the leading Surbahar (BassSitar) player of his generation and among the finest instrumentalists of the world. As one of the foremost representatives of the Imdadkhani Etawa Gharana, his mastery of the intricate gayaki-ang(vocal) and tantra-ang(instrumental) styles, makes Irshad Khan one of the most dynamic musicians of today.
- Kalam-e-Amir Khusro by Naheed Akhtar(Sur Bahar) - Gham-e-furqat main jo jeenay ka saman ( PTV LIVE) Gham-e-Furqat main jo Jeenay ka samaN ho to jiyoN Poet:Ameer Khusro(Urdu Translation) Singer: Naheed Akhtar PTV Program : Sur Bahar (1986) Music: Wazir Afzal ++++++++++ Ab'ul Hasan Yamīn al-Dīn Khusrow (1253-1325 CE) ( ابوالحسن یمینالدین خسرو; Hindi: अबुल हसन यमीनुद्दीन ख़ुसरौ ) , better known as Amīr Khusrow (or Khusrau) Dehlawī (امیر خسرو دہلوی; अमीर ख़ुसरौ दहलवी ), was an Indian musician, scholar and poet. He was an iconic figure in the cultural history of the Indian subcontinent. A Sufi mystic and a spiritual disciple of Nizamuddin Auliya of Delhi, Amīr Khusrow was not only a notable poet but also a prolific and seminal musician. He wrote poetry primarily in Persian, but also in Hindavi. He is regarded as the "father of qawwali" (the devotional music of the Indian Sufis). He is also credited with enriching Hindustani classical music by introducing Persian and Arabic elements in it, and was the originator of the khayal and tarana styles of music. The invention of the tabla is also traditionally attributed to Amīr Khusrow]. Amir Khusrau used only 11 metrical schemes with 35 distinct divisions. He has written Ghazal, Masnavi, Qata, Rubai, Do-Beti and Tarkibhand. A musician and a scholar, Amīr Khusrow was as prolific in tender lyrics as in highly involved prose and could easily emulate all styles of Persian poetry which had developed in medieval Persia, from Khāqānī's forceful qasidas to Nezāmī's khamsa. His contribution to the ...
- Ustad Shafaatullah Khan - Surbahar - Raag Malkauns Ustad Shafaatullah Khan, in a live performance at St. Stephen's Chapel, playing the Jod and Jhalla portions of Raag Malkauns.
- Surbahar Summers Rag - Chris Bergstrom Summers Rag is an original composition by Chris Bergstrom, who infuses his own western music with a traditional eastern influence. The surbahar was manufactured in Lucknow, India, has nine*** strings in total, and was imported for Mr. Bergstrom, who is self taught.
- JAY KISHOR surbahar JEFF BYERS tanpura -Artscape 2007(part5) Jay Kishor, surbahar, and Jeff Byers, tanpura, perform Raga Shudh Sarang in the Langsdale Auditorium at Artscape, Baltimore, MD 22 July 2007. (excerpt from 45min performance).
- Nahid Akhtar - Chap Tilak Sab Chin Li Re Mosey Naina Milaike - Sur Bahar - Amir Khusro
- Hellborg, Lane, Selvaganesh - Surbahar (Rimini, Italy - 9th May 2000) Here Jonas Hellborg, Shawn Lane and Selvaganesh play "Surbahar", at the 4th Disma Music show, Rimini, Italy, on the 9th May 2000. They played here on the 8th and 9th may 2000. I have 3 different versions of this '9th May' gig (including 1 'part' version), so to make this clip the best possible quality, i took the better footage from one version (which had awful sound), and merged it with the much better sound from one of the other versions, and synched the audio and video together the best i could (even checking it in 'slow motion' afterwards).You can mingle and post with other fans of Shawn at : You can read back through litterally hundreds of cool and very informative posts at the Shawn Lane Yahoo group (dating back to 1999) here : (you have to join up) You can still read lots of interesting posts at the old Shawn Lane message board here : and Thanks to Mick for supporting Shawn over the years, as well as taping (and organising the taping of) many of Shawn's shows! .
- Smt Annapurna Devi- Surbahar-Raga-Kaushiki
- Sunta Hai Mera Khuda by Sriram Emani and Kuhoo Gupta at Surbahar 2006, IIT Bombay Sang this with Kuhoo in my final Surbahar at IIT Bombay. This last piece of the performance has this funny but well-coordinated mike exchange that we had to do because one of the mikes stopped working. Again, one of those songs that Kuhoo and I would love to record once again! Also visit my Muziboo page for more songs: Follow on Twitter: Facebook Profile:
- Second Face Feat. Surbahar Second Face Feat. : Surbahar - Shipka
- Irshad Khan (Darbar Festival 2008) - Raag Darbari Alap (Surbahar) One of the most finest and memorable Darbari performances by the Surbahar Maestro Ustad Irshad Khan at the April, 2008 Darbar Festival in Leicester, United Kingdom. Recorded Live from the Radio BBC.
- Ustad Imrat Khan-Legendary Maestro of Surbahar and Sitar A memorable live performance of Raag Yaman Kalyan on Surbahar in Japan. For more information about the life of Ustad Imrat Khan see his website
- JAY KISHOR surbahar JEFF BYERS tanpura -Artscape 2007(part1) Beginning of Raga Shudh Sarang performed by Jay Kishor on surbahar and Jeff Byers on tanpura - Langsdale Auditorium, Artscape 2007, Baltimore, MD.
- Ustad Imrat Khan-Surbahar Raag:Yaman
- Me on Surbahar at friend's Party This is me from last year having a go at raag Darbari on my new surbahar at friend Janet's 'get-together in september last year. The 'builder' was Mohan Lal Sharma from Patna, India. Excuse the slipping first string & the ridiculous screeching harpy in the background.
- Surbahar - Ustad Vilayat Khan - Purba (Live) Ustad Vilayat Khan on the Surbahar..... Purba from a concert (70s) .... He played Alap, Jod and Surbahar ki taan.. Ustad Vilayat Khan learned the craft from his uncle Ustad Wahid Khan. Ustad Wahid Khan's Surbahar was passed on to Ustad Vilayat Khan. The 'joda' Sitar of this Surbahar was passed on to Ustad Shahid Parvez Khan, Ustad Wahid Khan's grandson. (got this audio rec. from J Stevenson)
- Surbahar Part 2 This is the second part of Dhrupad Ang Surbahar performance by Shri Suvir Misra at a Baithak in Delhi . This style of playing vastly differs from that generally adapted by the Sitarists who perform on Surbahar as well. Surbahar was played by Beenkars in the past as a prelude to taking up of rudra Veena. Fast sapat taans are a strictly prohibited on this instrument. The performance features Jod and Jhala in a variant (Prakara) of the Raga Chandrakauns which employs Rishabh and Pancham on descent (Avarohana).
- Home Made Sitar / Surbahar It wasn't easy to make but it's FINALLY DONE! I've never had an actual sitar lesson so don't expect a traditional raaga here but enjoy anyway. peace Lance
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