Saturday, December 23, 2017

PAKISTAN
Mohammad Sharif Khan Poonch Wala – UNESCO Bärenreiter/Musicaphon BM 30 L 2029 (LP)
(1926-1980)
Raga Indian music musique indienne sitar

Raga Indian music musique indienne sitar

Raga Indian music musique indienne sitar

Raga Indian music musique indienne sitar

Raga Indian music musique indienne sitar

Raga Indian music musique indienne sitar

Mohammad Sharif Khan Poonch Wala (also spelled Poonchwala, Poonchwale, or Poonchwaley) is a magnificent sitar player who takes us on a delicate dreamlike journey.

Mohammad Sharif Khan Poonch Wala (également écrit Poonchwala, Poonchwale, ou Poonchwaley) est un magnifique joueur de sitar qui nous entraîne vers un monde délicat et onirique.

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Raga Indian music musique indienne sitar

Be sure to check out the rare recordings of this subtle master at: Oriental Traditional Music from LPs & Cassettes.

15 comments:

  1. Superb share. One of the greatest Sitar players of all time. Keep up the good work!
    Also, many thanks for the HQ audio.

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  2. You're very welcome. The thing that strikes me about the Bärenreiter series though is that the artists' names are listed neither on the front, nor the back cover.
    Take good care and stay tuned.
    MusicRepublic

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  3. Grand merci. You saved me some work as I was planning to post this LP too, but didn't rip the LP yet as I also have the CD. Yes, one of the greatest Sitar players, unfortunately not known as he should be known.

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  4. Thank you very much for this. I really love this entire series of recordings. They are very high quality both musically and in terms of production values.

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  5. Dear Tawfiq,
    Recording, taking photographs, writing texts, editing... a labor of love indeed. And you've been gracing music lovers the world over with gems and your irrepressible passion through your blog since 2011. Hats off! (that would be "chapeau bas!" in French).
    MusicRepublic

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  6. Hello, sir - just very recently discovered this blog and am very much loving your etnographic music shares. Thank you very much indeed for everything and best wishes for the future :)

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  7. Dear Gurokami,
    The pleasure is mine. Thank you very much for your encouragements.
    Best,
    MusicRepublic

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  8. Fantastic share. This entire series is like a precious box full of gems.

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  9. Dear Richard,
    This series is truly amazing indeed. I will post other ones on other regions in the future.
    Since I finally understand who you are, let me take the opportunity to congratulate you on your wonderful blog and all the great music you share, particularly the Carnatic stuff. And all the hard work you put in.
    Best wishes for the holidays,
    Warmly,
    MusicRepublic

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  10. Merci beaucoup pour ce partage et pour ce superbe blog que j'ai mis en favori. Superbe travail, grand merci pour votre générosité.

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  11. Le plaisir est véritablement le mien. Merci pour votre commentaire.
    Bien à vous

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  12. Oui..Je suis bien d'accord avec les autre gens merci pour vos effort's!!

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  13. What a stunning recording. Thankyou very much for sharing it. The Nur Ghara is really unique and is played with such delicacy.

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  14. Dear Musab,
    Delicacy is the perfect way to describe the music. Turned inward and poetically removed from the agitation of the outside world.

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