Amarnath Mishra's Sitar contains three raga pieces; "Vachaspati" is the main one. It develops nicely all the way through, and the tanpura offers a haunting repeated figure. Unlike most of the music in the India Archive series, this raga originated in the Carnatic or South Indian tradition and was "imported" (by Ravi Shankar) into the Hindustani or North Indian tradition. The two other, shorter pieces come from the semi-classical tradition of song, dance, and poetry. The Holi Dhun in Mishra Khamaj" is not particularly interesting except for the drum work
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Vachaspati Mishra was a 9th- or 10th-century CE Indian philosopher. He wrote so broadly that he was known as "one for whom all systems are his own", or in Sanskrit, a tra.
Vachaspati (pronounced Vāchaspati, meaning Lord of speech) is a rāgam in Carnatic music (musical scale of South Indian classical music). It is the 64th melakarta rāgam in the 72 melakarta rāgam system. It is known as Bhushāvati according to the Muthuswami Dikshitar school. It was borrowed into Hindustani music, like many other Carnatic rāgams. It is the 4th rāgam in the 11th chakra Rudra. The mnemonic name is Rudra-Bhu.
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