Tabla Solo

by Kailash Nishad

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  • Tabla Solo in Tintal - recorded live at Dartington Hall, UK 1st June 2001

    Tintal is the most frequently used taal, or rhythmic cycle used in North Indian classical music, and particularly in the tradition of solo tabla playing. Tintal is a sixteen beat cycle counted 4+4+4+4. In this solo tabla performance, Kailash plays material from the Benares, Delhi and Punjab traditions. Through playing rhythmic compositions and improvisational forms such as Uthan, Peshkar, Qu'aida, Rela, Tokra's and Paran's, spontaneous virtuosic improvisations are interspersed with well known compositions created by highly respected tabla masters, such as Ustad Ahmedjan Tirakwa Khan.

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released February 6, 2001

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Jon Sterckx is a versatile percussionist and tabla player based in UK.

Jon plays a variety of percussion instruments and has worked across a wide range of musical styles, from Indian classical music and other traditional musical forms to contemporary experimental & 'fusion' styles, theatre & dance collaborations, and solo multi-percussion Live Sampling / Live Looping performances - Drumscapes. ... more

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