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Golden Raaga Collection III
Raga Shivmat Bhairav Vocal (Audio CD)
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Pandit Mallikarjun Mansoor <br> Golden Raaga Collection III <br>Raga Shivmat Bhairav Vocal (Audio CD)

Pandit Mallikarjun Mansoor
Golden Raaga Collection III
Raga Shivmat Bhairav Vocal (Audio CD)

Pandit Mallikarjun Mansoor
Golden Raaga Collection III
Raga Shivmat Bhairav Vocal (Audio CD)

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Times Music (2007)

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Pandit Mallikarjun Mansoor

Born in Mansoor village in Dharwar, Karnataka in 1910, the late Pandit Mansoor was trained initially in the basics of Carnatic music from Shri Appayya Swami. He then received training in the Gwalior Gharana style under Pandit Neelakanta Bua and from Ustad Manji Khan and Ustad Bhurji Khan, the sons of maestro Ustad Alladiya Khan in the Jaipur- Atrauli Gharana tradition. His style has thus been an assimiliation of the influences of these three musical traditions- the Carnatic genre and the vocal traditions of the Gwalior Gharana and the Jaipur- Atrauli Gharana.

Pandit Mansoor was bestowed immense honours and awards in the course of his life. Notable amongst them are the Sangeet Natak Academy award, the Padma Vibbushan and the Kalidas Samman (from the Madhya Pradesh government). He was also an honorary director of music at Karnataka University, Dharwad for several years. Pandit Mallilarjun Mansoor passed away in 1992 at the age of 82. He had been suffering from ill- health for some time.

5Raga Shivmat Bhairav 28:14
Vilambit Teen Taal
Drut Madhyalaya Teen Taal
2Raga Sawani 17:53
Vilambit Jhap Taal
Drut Madhyalaya Jhap Taal
3Raga Khat 11:00
Khayal - Madhyalaya Jhap Taal
Accompanist
Tabla : Balkrishnan Iyer
Vocal Support : Rajshekhar Mansoor
Sarangi : Pandit Inder LalDigital Remastering at Times FM Studio, New Delhi
Harmonium : Mehmood Dhaulpuri Remastering Engineer - Dinesh Sharma
From the CD

Pandit Mallikarjun Mansoor

Born in Mansoor village in Dharwar, Karnataka in 1910, the late Pandit Mansoor was trained initially in the basics of Carnatic music from Shri Appayya Swami. He then received training in the Gwalior Gharana style under Pandit Neelakanta Bua and from Ustad Manji Khan and Ustad Bhurji Khan, the sons of maestro Ustad Alladiya Khan in the Jaipur- Atrauli Gharana tradition. His style has thus been an assimiliation of the influences of these three musical traditions- the Carnatic genre and the vocal traditions of the Gwalior Gharana and the Jaipur- Atrauli Gharana.

Pandit Mansoor was bestowed immense honours and awards in the course of his life. Notable amongst them are the Sangeet Natak Academy award, the Padma Vibbushan and the Kalidas Samman (from the Madhya Pradesh government). He was also an honorary director of music at Karnataka University, Dharwad for several years. Pandit Mallilarjun Mansoor passed away in 1992 at the age of 82. He had been suffering from ill- health for some time.

5Raga Shivmat Bhairav 28:14
Vilambit Teen Taal
Drut Madhyalaya Teen Taal
2Raga Sawani 17:53
Vilambit Jhap Taal
Drut Madhyalaya Jhap Taal
3Raga Khat 11:00
Khayal - Madhyalaya Jhap Taal
Accompanist
Tabla : Balkrishnan Iyer
Vocal Support : Rajshekhar Mansoor
Sarangi : Pandit Inder LalDigital Remastering at Times FM Studio, New Delhi
Harmonium : Mehmood Dhaulpuri Remastering Engineer - Dinesh Sharma
From the CD

Pandit Mallikarjun Mansoor

Born in Mansoor village in Dharwar, Karnataka in 1910, the late Pandit Mansoor was trained initially in the basics of Carnatic music from Shri Appayya Swami. He then received training in the Gwalior Gharana style under Pandit Neelakanta Bua and from Ustad Manji Khan and Ustad Bhurji Khan, the sons of maestro Ustad Alladiya Khan in the Jaipur- Atrauli Gharana tradition. His style has thus been an assimiliation of the influences of these three musical traditions- the Carnatic genre and the vocal traditions of the Gwalior Gharana and the Jaipur- Atrauli Gharana.

Pandit Mansoor was bestowed immense honours and awards in the course of his life. Notable amongst them are the Sangeet Natak Academy award, the Padma Vibbushan and the Kalidas Samman (from the Madhya Pradesh government). He was also an honorary director of music at Karnataka University, Dharwad for several years. Pandit Mallilarjun Mansoor passed away in 1992 at the age of 82. He had been suffering from ill- health for some time.

5Raga Shivmat Bhairav 28:14
Vilambit Teen Taal
Drut Madhyalaya Teen Taal
2Raga Sawani 17:53
Vilambit Jhap Taal
Drut Madhyalaya Jhap Taal
3Raga Khat 11:00
Khayal - Madhyalaya Jhap Taal
Accompanist
Tabla : Balkrishnan Iyer
Vocal Support : Rajshekhar Mansoor
Sarangi : Pandit Inder LalDigital Remastering at Times FM Studio, New Delhi
Harmonium : Mehmood Dhaulpuri Remastering Engineer - Dinesh Sharma
From the CD

Pandit Mallikarjun Mansoor

Born in Mansoor village in Dharwar, Karnataka in 1910, the late Pandit Mansoor was trained initially in the basics of Carnatic music from Shri Appayya Swami. He then received training in the Gwalior Gharana style under Pandit Neelakanta Bua and from Ustad Manji Khan and Ustad Bhurji Khan, the sons of maestro Ustad Alladiya Khan in the Jaipur- Atrauli Gharana tradition. His style has thus been an assimiliation of the influences of these three musical traditions- the Carnatic genre and the vocal traditions of the Gwalior Gharana and the Jaipur- Atrauli Gharana.

Pandit Mansoor was bestowed immense honours and awards in the course of his life. Notable amongst them are the Sangeet Natak Academy award, the Padma Vibbushan and the Kalidas Samman (from the Madhya Pradesh government). He was also an honorary director of music at Karnataka University, Dharwad for several years. Pandit Mallilarjun Mansoor passed away in 1992 at the age of 82. He had been suffering from ill- health for some time.

5Raga Shivmat Bhairav 28:14
Vilambit Teen Taal
Drut Madhyalaya Teen Taal
2Raga Sawani 17:53
Vilambit Jhap Taal
Drut Madhyalaya Jhap Taal
3Raga Khat 11:00
Khayal - Madhyalaya Jhap Taal
Accompanist
Tabla : Balkrishnan Iyer
Vocal Support : Rajshekhar Mansoor
Sarangi : Pandit Inder LalDigital Remastering at Times FM Studio, New Delhi
Harmonium : Mehmood Dhaulpuri Remastering Engineer - Dinesh Sharma
From the CD

Pandit Mallikarjun Mansoor

Born in Mansoor village in Dharwar, Karnataka in 1910, the late Pandit Mansoor was trained initially in the basics of Carnatic music from Shri Appayya Swami. He then received training in the Gwalior Gharana style under Pandit Neelakanta Bua and from Ustad Manji Khan and Ustad Bhurji Khan, the sons of maestro Ustad Alladiya Khan in the Jaipur- Atrauli Gharana tradition. His style has thus been an assimiliation of the influences of these three musical traditions- the Carnatic genre and the vocal traditions of the Gwalior Gharana and the Jaipur- Atrauli Gharana.

Pandit Mansoor was bestowed immense honours and awards in the course of his life. Notable amongst them are the Sangeet Natak Academy award, the Padma Vibbushan and the Kalidas Samman (from the Madhya Pradesh government). He was also an honorary director of music at Karnataka University, Dharwad for several years. Pandit Mallilarjun Mansoor passed away in 1992 at the age of 82. He had been suffering from ill- health for some time.

5Raga Shivmat Bhairav 28:14
Vilambit Teen Taal
Drut Madhyalaya Teen Taal
2Raga Sawani 17:53
Vilambit Jhap Taal
Drut Madhyalaya Jhap Taal
3Raga Khat 11:00
Khayal - Madhyalaya Jhap Taal
Accompanist
Tabla : Balkrishnan Iyer
Vocal Support : Rajshekhar Mansoor
Sarangi : Pandit Inder LalDigital Remastering at Times FM Studio, New Delhi
Harmonium : Mehmood Dhaulpuri Remastering Engineer - Dinesh Sharma
From the CD

Pandit Mallikarjun Mansoor

Born in Mansoor village in Dharwar, Karnataka in 1910, the late Pandit Mansoor was trained initially in the basics of Carnatic music from Shri Appayya Swami. He then received training in the Gwalior Gharana style under Pandit Neelakanta Bua and from Ustad Manji Khan and Ustad Bhurji Khan, the sons of maestro Ustad Alladiya Khan in the Jaipur- Atrauli Gharana tradition. His style has thus been an assimiliation of the influences of these three musical traditions- the Carnatic genre and the vocal traditions of the Gwalior Gharana and the Jaipur- Atrauli Gharana.

Pandit Mansoor was bestowed immense honours and awards in the course of his life. Notable amongst them are the Sangeet Natak Academy award, the Padma Vibbushan and the Kalidas Samman (from the Madhya Pradesh government). He was also an honorary director of music at Karnataka University, Dharwad for several years. Pandit Mallilarjun Mansoor passed away in 1992 at the age of 82. He had been suffering from ill- health for some time.

5Raga Shivmat Bhairav 28:14
Vilambit Teen Taal
Drut Madhyalaya Teen Taal
2Raga Sawani 17:53
Vilambit Jhap Taal
Drut Madhyalaya Jhap Taal
3Raga Khat 11:00
Khayal - Madhyalaya Jhap Taal
Accompanist
Tabla : Balkrishnan Iyer
Vocal Support : Rajshekhar Mansoor
Sarangi : Pandit Inder LalDigital Remastering at Times FM Studio, New Delhi
Harmonium : Mehmood Dhaulpuri Remastering Engineer - Dinesh Sharma
From the CD

Pandit Mallikarjun Mansoor

Born in Mansoor village in Dharwar, Karnataka in 1910, the late Pandit Mansoor was trained initially in the basics of Carnatic music from Shri Appayya Swami. He then received training in the Gwalior Gharana style under Pandit Neelakanta Bua and from Ustad Manji Khan and Ustad Bhurji Khan, the sons of maestro Ustad Alladiya Khan in the Jaipur- Atrauli Gharana tradition. His style has thus been an assimiliation of the influences of these three musical traditions- the Carnatic genre and the vocal traditions of the Gwalior Gharana and the Jaipur- Atrauli Gharana.

Pandit Mansoor was bestowed immense honours and awards in the course of his life. Notable amongst them are the Sangeet Natak Academy award, the Padma Vibbushan and the Kalidas Samman (from the Madhya Pradesh government). He was also an honorary director of music at Karnataka University, Dharwad for several years. Pandit Mallilarjun Mansoor passed away in 1992 at the age of 82. He had been suffering from ill- health for some time.

5Raga Shivmat Bhairav 28:14
Vilambit Teen Taal
Drut Madhyalaya Teen Taal
2Raga Sawani 17:53
Vilambit Jhap Taal
Drut Madhyalaya Jhap Taal
3Raga Khat 11:00
Khayal - Madhyalaya Jhap Taal
Accompanist
Tabla : Balkrishnan Iyer
Vocal Support : Rajshekhar Mansoor
Sarangi : Pandit Inder LalDigital Remastering at Times FM Studio, New Delhi
Harmonium : Mehmood Dhaulpuri Remastering Engineer - Dinesh Sharma
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