Raag Bageshree -by Ustad Amanant Ali Khan & Ustad Fateh Ali Khan





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Published on Jun 4, 2011

Raag Bageshree -by Ustad Amanat Ali Khan & Ustad Fateh Ali Khan

Goondh Lao Ri Malaniya

A Remarkable Bageshri Khayal (Vilambit & drut) & Tarana by the Legendary duo "Amanat Ali-Fateh Ali"

Live in Ottawa, September 1970

Slide Show : Syed Wajid

Courtesy : Holistic Collection of Dr Ashfaq Ali Khan

A Syed Wajid's Presentation

*The Patiala gharana is one of the most prominent gharanas of vocal Hindustani classical music. This school of music has had a number of famous musicians, many of whom came to be patronised by the royal family of Patiala after the disintegration of the Mughal Empire in the 18th century. In the latter half of the 20th century, the Patiala style of Khayal vocalism has been represented by two streams of the gharana. One stream, gave the music world the Amanat Ali Khan (1932-1974) and Fateh Ali Khan duo. The other stream, originating from Kasur, a small village in Punjab province of Pakistan, produced Ustad Bade Ghulam Ali KhanSaheb (1903-1968) and his brother Ustad Barkat Ali Khan (1907-1963). It is now widely known as the Kasur-Patiala gharana.

Ustad Fateh Ali Khan (born: 1935) is amongst the foremost Khayal vocalists alive today in Pakistan, and the last significant exponent of the Patiala Gharana (stylistic lineage). He is the younger of the singing duo "Amanat Ali-Fateh Ali", who enjoyed immense prestige and success in Pakistan as well as India, until the sad & shocked demise of Amanat Ali Khan (1932-1974).

Amanat Ali-Fateh Ali became celebrities while still in their childhood in undivided India, and achieved their highest official recognition in 1969, when the President of Pakistan conferred on them the Pride of Performance Medal.


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