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Raga includes footage of a pair of celebrated live performances by Shankar from 1967, a year that Lavezzoli describes as the " annus mirabilis " for Indian music in the West. [35] The first performance was from the Monterey Pop Festival in northern California on 18 June, where Shankar was accompanied by his longtime tabla player, Alla Rakha . [36] The film shows Shankar and his companion Kamala Chakravarty [37] [38] circulating among the crowd before his performance, [24] and American musicians Jerry Garcia and Jimi Hendrix among "the enthralled spectators" while he plays, according to Lavezzoli. [39] The second of these 1967 performances, a recital featuring Menuhin and Shankar, [40] was filmed six months later on Human Rights Day , at the United Nations building in New York. [41] [nb 3]

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The other ancient text, Naradiyasiksa dated to be from the 1st century BCE, discusses secular and religious music, compares the respective musical notes. [29] This is earliest known text that reverentially names each musical note to be a deity, describing it in terms of varna (colors) and other motifs such as parts of fingers, an approach that is conceptually similar to the 12th century Guidonian hand in European music. [29] The study that mathematically arranges rhythms and modes ( raga ) has been called prastara .( Khan 1996 , p. 89, Quote: "(...) the Sanskrit word prastara , which means mathematical arrangement of rhythms and modes. In the Indian system of music there are about the 500 modes and 300 different rhythms which are used in everyday music. The modes are called Ragas.") [30]

COMPOSERS: . Shankar YEAR: 1999 LABEL: MPG 74067 TIME: 55'28 COUNTRY: India (Portugal) GENRE: North Indian classic FORMAT: CD 4 tracks 1. Raga Desi (13'18) 2. Raga Malaya Marutan (10'46) 3. Raga Pancham Se Gara (17'49) 4. Raga Smant Sarang (14'15) Ravi Shankar sitar Alla Rakha tabla Samta Presad tabla (1) unknown tambura

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