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Dhrupad

Nirmalya Dey at Dhrupad concert.
Nirmalya Dey at Dhrupad concert.
Photo by Kalpana Bandiwdekar. Courtesy of the Archives and Research Center for Ethnomusicology (ARCE).
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This is a vocal performance of Dhrupad by Nirmalya Dey who belongs to the tradition of Dagar Bani. Dagar Bani is one of the foremost styles of vocal and instrumental music in the Dhrupad tradition.

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Track Listing

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Aalap and Dhrupad in Rag Hem (Aalap, a slow introductory exposition of the Rag Hem followed by a dhrupad composition) Nirmalya Dey 8:38
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102
Rag Bhupali-Alap (Aalap, introducing the Rag Bhupali) Nirmalya Dey 9:47
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103
Dhrupad in Rag Bhupali (Dhrupad composition of the Rag Bhupali) Nirmalya Dey 5:23
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104
Aalap and Dhrupad in Rag Bhairavi (Aalap of the Rag Bhairavi followed by a Dhrupad composition) Nirmalya Dey 7:31
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105
Aalap in Rag Purvi (Aalap, a slow introductory exposition of the Rag Purvi) Nirmalya Dey 18:44
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106
Sadra in Rag Purvi (The sadra is a composition of the Dhrupad style set to rhythmic cycle called Jhaptal) Nirmalya Dey 16:39