K. Sridhar | Ocean of Peace

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Ocean of Peace

by K. Sridhar

Perhaps the only recording of this extremely rare raga, Roopeshvari speaks to the inner beauty of the soul that acts like a muse for the art of creation. This concert was one of those rare evenings where the inspiration was exceptional.
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1. Raga Roopeshvari - Alap, Jhor, Jhala
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2. Raga Roopeshvari - Vilambit and Drut Gat
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Roopa is the Sanskrit word for form or image. Eshvari is Sanskrit for the Goddess of Shakti that enlivens. Roopeshvari is one of the names of the Goddess of Beauty, ever a muse for the act of creation.
This release was recorded live at a concert sponsored by the University of Virginia's Center for South Asian Studies on April 24, 2010, in Charlottesville with cooperation of SPICMAKAY at UVA. Indian classical music is primarily improvised and the mood or bhav of the audience provides part of the inspiration. This concert was one of those rare evenings where the inspiration was exceptional. This recording is perhaps the one and only recording of Raga Roopeshvari by a renowned master of the sarod, one of the world's most complex instruments with a great diversity of sound. Editing was done in a manner respectful of the spontaneous nature of the event.


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