Sunrise Raag Bhairavi | Manjusha Patil | Indian Classical Music | VR360

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03.01.2020

#darbarfestival #VR360 #VirtualRealisty | Manjusha Patil draws great inspiration from the natural world, seeking to mimic the sounds of wind with her voice. Here she plays the hot-weather Raag Multani.
► Welcome to the Darbar VR 360 Festival. We’ve released around 50 immersive VR videos showcasing some of India’s finest artists performing in breathtaking natural landscapes, spanning Hindustani, Carnatic, Dhrupad, and percussion.

For the best experience use a VR headset with headphones. Experience being the sole ‘audience member’ right next to the musicians for your own private raga performance, enjoying the music amidst India’s natural world. For more info, including the full program, see www.darbar.org/video360

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Manjusha Patil was born into the Maharashtra village of Sangli, famous for its musical heritage. She learned to sing khayal under various gurus including Chintubua Mhaiskar, D.V. Kanebua, Pandit Narendra Kanekar, and Pandit Vikas Kashalkar, and continues to study with esteemed scholar-singer Pandit Ulhas Kashalkar.

Today she sings classical music in the manner of the Agra and Gwalior gharanas, and also expertly performs semi-classical styles such as thumri, abhang, dadra, and natya sangeet (‘dramatic music’ - the musical theatre of the Maharashtra region). She draws great inspiration from the natural world, seeking to mimic the sounds of wind with her voice and intimately feeling the connection between each raga and its prahar (prescribed time of day) - something particularly brought out by the landscapes of the VR 360 Festival.

Learn more at:
-https://www.darbar.org/artist/manjusha-patil/53

"Hindustani classical music is based on nature, just like a gust of wind...we use the wind to create the notes, the music and notes later return to the wind..." (Manjusha Patil)

Recorded by Darbar in 2019, on location in West India:
-Manjusha Patil (khayal vocal)
-Rasika Valshampayan (tanpura)

Due to the camera switching off whilst shooting, we have added in another shot of the Mulshi lake so that you can enjoy the full piece.

Technical team credit:
-Jagdeep Shah (DOP)
-Sandeep Virdee (location sound)
-Nirmal Singh (360 editor)
-Christoph Bracher (ambisonic sound dubbing)
-Special thanks to Sherna Chatterjee & Mortimer Chatterjee
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