This musical instrument called Algoza comprises of two flutes with only 5 tones of the musical octave.
This is musical by the villagers of Uttarakhand , using various traditional instruments .
One villager of west UP playing tabla.
This is a street girl playing her music using a drum on the streets of Haryana
This is a musical piece by a 7 year old street drummer in Himanchal Pradesh
This folk music of Dhelu village of Himachal Pradesh
This is folk music by artists of gujrat, their friends dance on their tunes
This is a piece of folk music , the villagers dance on the amazing tune.
I saw this singer at Bhojpur Temple, Bhojpur Near Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh.
This is a musical by a villager playing sarangi
This is music played by a group of musicians of Kerala
Traditional music played in a temple in Kerala.
These are some musicians I met while walking around Salem, Tamil Nadu , playing Thavil.
A villager singing tamil song in memory of his son..Where are you my young son....Where have you gone dear son...?
Hari Das culture is still prevalent in Andhra Pradesh during the Sankranti Festival. These Hari Das sing songs in praise of the Almighty in the early hours every morning.
An artist from Anant Vaze Sangeet Vidyalaya(Classical Music Academy) Kalyan, Thane Maharashtra India
A Live Performance,Artists- Vocal by Madhura Kulkarni.Guitar by Sanjay Welankiwar AKOLA Maharashtra INDIA
Street musicians in the Indian Bengali state recorded on the bus from Bakkali to Kolkata on the 23 of February 2008
Nimai, a beautiful Baul singer from the town of Bolpur, West Bengal, India. I filmed this outside his tiny Ashram with one of his disciples
Enjoy the melodious tune...
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