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The Surbahar appeared on the Indian music scene in the early years of the nineteenth century around 1830. The Surbahar owed its genesis to the fact that seniya musicians would traditionally jealously guard their own music and not teach either the Veena or the Rabab to outsiders...more ..


Name of Artiste Gharana Raga Duration (Minutes) Source Audio Clip Add to My Music
Imrat Khan Imdadkhani Shree 21.06 ITC-SRA
Inayat Khan Imdadkhani Bageshri, Alaap 3.04
Inayat Khan Imdadkhani Poorvi, Alaap 3.14
Pushpraj Koshti Dagar Jaunpuri 61.45 ITC-SRA
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