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Pt. Ravi Shankar with Paco de Lucia

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Pt. Ravi Shankar meets Paco de Lucia and the two great maestros discuss about the relations between Indian Classical music and Flamenco. Though a short and widespread discussion that Flamenco scales have similarities with raga Bhairavi (Panditji points out Sindhi Bhairavi which is misunderstood and written "Paravi") it gets importance when the two great artists talk about some common roots. [This is a fact that the Phrygian Dominant scale or the Gypsy scale has resemblance with different forms of Bhairavi and also with other Indian folk tunes. The gypsies are possibly responsible about this cultural travel.] I found that Pt. Ravi Shankar and Paco de Lucia have some things common in their life too. 1) Both of them have popularized their art almost alone in the West especially in U.S.A. {No offence to other artists but I mean what names come to a foreign mind while hearing about Indian Classical music or Flamenco!!!} 2) Both of them started their career playing with their elder brothers' association. Ravi Shankar started in his elder brother Uday Shankar's group and Paco de Lucia started with his brothers accompanying in José Greco's group. 3) Both the groups (of Uday Shankar and José Greco) were presented by Sol Hurok as the impresario. May you find some more ................

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Написал: SobersChatterjee, 24.02.2014, 19:44

Return thanks to those who thanked me for the video description. I am trying to answer those who asked few questions. Pandit ji is playing Raga Bhairavi in Drut teentaal. Tabalia is Ud Alla Rakha (father of Ud Zakir Hussain). Flamenco has more resemblance with Rajasthani Gypsy folk songs than Indian Classical music. They sing few basic ragas and use 'khartal' which has resemblance with castanet playing. (Watch the gypsies of Rajasthan video from my channel) Though only the "chalan" of Bhairavi is used in Flamenco but the Rajasthani gypsies use other ragas like Yaman and Khammaj. The scale used in Flamenco is Phrygian Dominant which is not Bhairavi but Basant mukhari (in North india) and Vakulavarnam (in South India). But the ambience is like Bhairavi specially in the Avarohan. Those who want to see them playing together..... Pandit ji is not a fusion musician. He restricted himself to pure Indian classical playing but has composed fusion tracks as well as for Sitar concertos. He only played in one fusion track in his life in Tana Mana called West Eats Meat as per my knowledge.
Написал: Bala yes, 14.06.2014, 14:17

From 5:29 to 5:40 .... classic. Love Paco's guitar playing, the only flamenco player player who was technically and emotionally ahead of him was Andres Segovia. Some much skill and emotion. Respect and it's sad that both of them have passed away...
Написал: diamondfb, 06.07.2014, 07:35

When the guitar God Paco Lucia met our dearest Legend Sri Ravi Shankar. It's like meeting of two souls. Wish they'd done music together.
Написал: Ricardo Hernández, 23.01.2014, 02:59

is that a tremolo at the beggining? because it sounds so flamenco
Написал: Ryan Leon, 20.04.2014, 11:13

Is it just me, or have you guys noticed how much Paco aged psychically from 1974-1984. In his videos from 70-76 he looks young and fresh, by the mid eighties he starts to have this worn out, sickly look. I personally think he smoked waay too much, it took him away too soon.
Написал: tenlightenmentrcds, 28.02.2014, 06:44

They were both historic and legendary musicians. I can see Ravi and Paco are now playing sitar and flamenco guitar together in heaven..
Написал: Euph, 13.04.2014, 01:07

best part of this video is at 0:40 - Ravi shakes his head like no fucking way this is happening right now lol
Написал: Garoosh, 14.02.2014, 04:47

Amazing!
Написал: jaym ez epiayu, 14.05.2014, 22:27

musica de los pueblos, musica para la visa
Написал: ActionJacksonBMX, 07.12.2013, 23:16

Ravi Shankar will be missed but his music lives on. One of my most favorite performances of all time.
Написал: Live Music, 13.12.2012, 02:38

#music #livemusic *Ravi Shankar + Paco De Lucia*
Написал: Pablo Guazzotti, 03.01.2014, 00:42

i love all kinds of music, but when choosing instrumentalists/ artists/ culture and tradition bearers I can hardly think of a more accurate pair. Absolute love.
Написал: Josep Jorge, 26.02.2014, 12:39

If we join together this great musicians, we have a perfect combination. Paco de Lucía played with gypsies influences and mediterranian music. Paco de Lucía D.E.P.
Написал: IMC OnAir - IMCRadio.Net, 27.02.2014, 11:37

R.I.P. Paco... we music lovers around the globe are still under shock he died on 25th Febr in Mexico by heart attack... what a huge loss. 
Написал: leonardo mcf, 05.12.2013, 02:46

Josiah Heng: The tabla player is Alla Rakha, tabla god and also father of Zakir Hussain. 
Написал: Lotus ibiscus, 12.01.2014, 17:08

I'm enchanted!
Написал: Madhumita Ghosh, 27.02.2014, 06:01

Ustaad Allah Rakha on the tabla and Pt Ravi Shankar on the sitar... absolute ecstasy!
Написал: Luis Javier Diminich Molina, 16.06.2014, 00:22

buen viaje a la inmortalidad maestrisimo Paco de Lucía
Написал: leonardo mcf, 05.12.2013, 02:47

How interesting it is that Ravi's daughter, Anoushka, made an album dedicated to the relations between raag and flamenco as well.
Написал: onur konuk, 06.02.2014, 22:21

again this jacket! :-) paco was soo poor.. Great master..
Написал: Daniel Valdivia Cano, 03.02.2014, 20:43

Anybody knows the name of the last raga? Or in which album is it? I´ve been searching for a few months... Awesome!
Написал: doberman921, 06.01.2014, 06:02

Wow....absolute music.
Написал: Oss Mun, 22.06.2014, 04:07

LA INMENSIDAD MISMA <3 SHANKAR <3 DE LUCÍA <3
Написал: lairbag99, 27.02.2014, 04:42

Gracias. Thank you so much for sharing this. Will subscribe to your channel, very interested in learning more about Indian music. Thanks again brother,
Написал: SedanChair, 20.04.2012, 03:38

3:40 That's not even special effects, they're actually flying through the air on that little round stage. Ravi Shankar never needed a tour bus, he just came into your city like that