For this week’s playlist, Chennai-based multi-percussionist Praveen Sparsh rolls out his go-to percussive tracks, from Indian Classical rhythm to some Richard Bona magic
Ta Dhom by Viveick Rajagopalan feat. Swadesi
Indian Classical rhythm is completely breathtaking by itself. The Ta Dhom Venture strikes it outdoors its typical area on this single, and magic is created. This undertaking is sheer brilliance combining rap and konnakol.
Te Misea (A Scream To Save The Planet) by Richard Bona
A pleasant tune with sleek scale shifts embedded on a gorgeous 6/8 time signature. Being a percussionist, I’ve at all times questioned how Richard Bona felt and skilled completely different rhythms. His compositions take you on a particular emotional journey.
The Manner Up: Opening and Half one by Pat Metheny Group
Thirty-one minutes of intense jazz music indulgence. You may both simply shut your eyes and be transported to a different world or seize your sheets to decode the chords and cross rhythms. This piece has one thing for everybody who needs to sink right into a deep listening expertise.
Thoughts Ecology by Shakti
This piece makes you actually consider that the guitar, violin, ghatam, tabla and the moharsing belong to the identical style of music. That is the definition of free genre-transcending music.
Almoraima by Paco de Lucía
If you wish to be shocked by the percussive prospects of a guitar, this monitor generally is a nice place to begin. Flamenco music, as such, has complicated rhythms, however Paco de Lucía was a really particular artiste who did superhuman issues with the guitar.
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