A Morning Raga, An Evening Raga. The Ravi Shankar Collection: A Morning Raga, An Evening Raga. Originally released in 1968 on World Pacific, A Morning Raga/An Evening Raga is exactly what the title says, impeccably played by Ravi Shankar and his longtime tabla partner Alla Rakha. Angel's reissues of Shankar's World Pacific titles have all sounded great, and this is no exception. Sean Westergaard Digitally remastered by Wayne Hileman (Squire Productions). Another great raga album from Shankar. His music is not for everyone, but if you like complex Indian melodies, this is a great album, and since it is so cheap you can't go wrong. One person found this helpful.
A Morning Raga/An Evening Raga.
Get the Tempo of the tracks from A Morning Raga, An Evening Raga (2001) by Ravi Shankar. This album has an average beat per minute of 142 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 133/151 BPM). Tracklist A Morning Raga, An Evening Raga. 1. Raga Nata Bhairav. 151 BPM. 2. Raga Mishra Piloo. 133 BPM. Recent albums by Ravi Shankar.
Kamala Chakravarti, Ravi Shankar - Nata Bhairav 23:18. Kamala Chakravarti, Ravi Shankar - Raga Tilak Shyam: Alap In Teentaal 24:06. Kamala Chakravarti, Ravi Shankar - Raga Tilak Shyam: Alap In Teentaal 24:15.
The Ravi Shankar Collection: A Morning Raga, An Evening Raga released: 2001. A Morning Raga, An Evening Raga released: 2001. Full Circle - Carnegie Hall 2000 released: 2001. Bridges released: 2001. The Raga Collection: From Dusk Till Dawn released: 2000. Legends - Sitar & Film Music released: 1999. The Doyen of Hindustani Music released: 1999. Raga-Mala (Sitar Concerto No. 2) released: 1982. Homage To Mahatma Gandhi & Baba Allauddin released: 1981. Shankar Family & Friends released: 1974. Ragas released: 1973. Four Raga Moods released: 1971. Ravi Shankar at The Woodstock Festival released: 1970. Ravi Shankar In Concert released: 1968.
Raga Nata Bhairav - Remastered. Raga Mishra Piloo - Remastered. Rough Guide To Ravi Shankar. Ghanashyam: A Broken Branch. Sarkar 3 (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack).
Album ∙ 2004 ∙ 2 Songs. Raga Nata Bhairav (Digitally Remastered). Raga Mishra Piloo (Digitally Remastered).
Music of India: Morning and Evening Ragas is the debut album by Indian sarod master Ali Akbar Khan, released in 1955. Issued on Angel Records, it is considered a landmark recording, being the first album of Indian classical music ever released. Khan recorded Music of India on 18 April 1955, while in New York for the Living Arts of India Festival – a cultural program initiated by American classical violinist Yehudi Menuhin and sponsored by the Ford Foundation
|1||Raga Mata Bhairav||23:11|
|2||Raga Mishra Piloo||24:40|
|ASD 2418, ASD.2418||Ravi Shankar||Raga Nata Bhairav · Raga Mishra Piloo (LP)||His Master's Voice, His Master's Voice||ASD 2418, ASD.2418||UK||1968|
|WPS-21464||Ravi Shankar||A Morning Raga / An Evening Raga (LP, Album)||World Pacific Records||WPS-21464||Canada||1968|
|WPS-21464||Ravi Shankar||A Morning Raga / An Evening Raga (LP, Album)||World Pacific Records||WPS-21464||US||1968|
|ASD 2418||Ravi Shankar||Raga Nata Bhairav · Raga Mishra Piloo (LP)||His Master's Voice||ASD 2418||UK||1968|
|NG 4025||Ravi Shankar||A Morning Raga / An Evening Raga (CD, Album, RE, Unofficial)||Landy Star Music||NG 4025||Russia||2002|