shishir (satb) (pdf if ordered for entire choir)

Catalog ID: S-41e
Translation: harvest
First Line:
Composer: vanraj bhatia
Author: traditional sanskrit
Voicing: satb
Solo:
Accompaniment: a cappella
Language: hindi
Country: india
Series: music of asia and the pacific
Other: cd02

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The Six Seasons for unaccompanied choir was specially written in 1988-89 for the Paranjoti Academy Chorus and conductor Coomi Wadia and is based on 11th century Sanskrit texts which were translated into Hindi by Vasant Dev. 

Each piece of the Six Seasons is based on a rag traditionally associated with that particular season.  The composer ensures that each voice sings the rag itself, with no voice playing a subsidiary role.  The tal or rhythmic cycle, which is an important characteristic of Hidustani classical music, is very evident with the composer indicating the commencement of every cycle with an "X."

The six movements are sold separately: S-41A Basant (Spring), S-41B Greeshma (Summer), S-41c Varsha (Monsoon), S-41D Sharad (Autumn), S-41E Shishir (Harvest), and S-41F Hemant (Winter).

Complete recordings of the pieces are found on CD-02.  A pronunciation CD of the text is available for $4.50.

Note: PDFS are sent ONLY when you order and pay for copies for your entire choir.  We do not send pdfs if a single copy is ordered.   If you need a single reference copy, it will be sent to you via US Mail. Copies for your entire choir need to be prepaid with a credit card.  Once we receive payment, we will send you the pdf with permission to make the number of purchased copies.



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