Krsna Dhenu
World Hanover Park, IL  USA
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This is an instrumental on a meandering raga, known as Pahadi, meaning mountain. Instruments featured are the flute, gopiyantra, ektar, harp, swarmandala, santoor, vina, sitar, khol, kartal, ghungroo in dipchandi tal
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This is the second track of Viraha in an evening raga, Yaman, with many shades of longing, reunion, and separation. Features santoor, tanpura, and tabla in kaherva tala
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This is the first track to the series of recordings of 'Viraha: The Mood of Separation and Longing.' This is Raga Katyayani on the keyboarded santoor with tabla and tanpura accompanying it.
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This is a bhajan based losely off of Raga Kalyana in Bangla ektal. Sung by Radha Krsna Dasa: Instruments: khol, kartal, tanpura, harmonium, and esraj
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This is a song Srila Prabhupada while he was on the Jaladuta arriving to the U.S. singing his heart in fulfilling his guru's mission in preaching Krsna bhakti over the world. Raga Jaunpuri in Sitarkhani tala with tabla, khol, sitar, harmonium, kartal
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Tribute to late George Harrison and the fifth track of Visions, here is a New-Age, Indian classical version of the prayer originally spoken by Lord Brahma glorifying Lord Krsna
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The first song of Narottama Das Thakura's book Prarthana is rendered in Raga Malgunji ni Bangla ektal. The instruments featured are khol, ghungroo, dotara, sarod, bansuri, harmonium, and tanpura.
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The final track recorded at DePaul was a kirtan loosely based on evening Raga Bhupali sung by Kalindi. The rhythm starts off with Bangla ektal and ended with a fast kaherva.
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Instruments: khol, kartal, harmonium, flute: This is a mellow kirtan Jaya Jagannatha Dasa sings in an afternoon raga Madhyamad Saranga. The tala starts off with medium tempo kaherva followed by bhajani and a fast tempo kaherva tala tempo. This is the
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Instruments: harmonium, khol, kartal: This kirtan is based on a Raga Asavari in its suddha re and komal re forms. This was rendered by Jaya Jagannatha Dasa during the DePaul kirtans. The tala starts with Bangla ektal and shifts to dadra and khemta an
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Between recording songs for “Visions”, the youth from the Chicago temple were assembled at DePaul Unversity to record some kirtans. I was fortunate to be one of the two khol players. This kirtan features Krsna Balarama singing Om Namo Bhagavate Vasud
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This song glorifies the Holy Name of Krsna. Based on Raga Ahir Bhairava in Kaherva tala, the instruments included are 2 tablas, ghunghroos, chimta, dafli, bass, harmonium, harp, swarmandal and a gothic choir
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These are eight verses which glorify Lord Jagannatha. Originally written by Adi Sankaracarya and originally spoken Lord Caitanya. Song is in Raga Malgunji in ektal. Instruments: harp, swarmandal, tanpura, flute, tabla, ghungroo, bass guitar, harmoniu
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This is the first song of KKSongs' 2007 recording: Visions. This song glorifies Krsna's mercy in accepting a deity form. This is based on Raga Subha Kalyana in dipchandi tala. Instruments: tanpura, swarmandal, harp, tabla, dholak, bass, ghunghroo,
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This is a song written by Srila Prabhupada conveying the mercy of the Lord and his spiritual master. This song is based on Raga Mand in Prabhupada tala. Instruments: tanpura, kartal, sitar, esraj, harmonium, sarod
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