Indian Music - classical instrumental - Flute

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  • Vahrtika Kundra
    Vahrtika Kundra 2 years ago

    vartika kundra
    its awsm....very soothing to listen.


    V.NICE video

  • Raju
    Raju 2 years ago

    divine music..

  • Alex Mathew Nilamel
    Alex Mathew Nilamel 2 years ago +1

    The joy of listening Bhaskaran is exceedingly beyond the ordinary.

  • Kiryl Kiryienka
    Kiryl Kiryienka 3 years ago

    The first sounds of the flute in the start of video is simple from the parallel world. Success connecivity to another stage. I can't describe it, but I think many people can feel the same and understand me.
    Thank You many times for this present!
    I just wonder - is there a progression to this form of sound anywhere in the world...As only one sound can be so powerful - what about the successfull progress of such forms of sound in whole melody.
    I wish You to find the way of highest music, as You are ont the wright way

  • Devraj Thiruvengadam
    Devraj Thiruvengadam 4 years ago +2

    Thanks for Playing Flute at Krishna Temple,Gopalapuram.While I was worshiping god,U made me to sit and watch ur program.
    Extraordinary Performance.....

  • Anil Jeerankalagi
    Anil Jeerankalagi 4 years ago

    Buddism is part of Hinduism.Hinduism is the base of all the religions. Ex: Buddhism, Jainism. Follow Hinduism if you really want to listen to these kind of music, coz buddhism follows single god bUDDAH (hindu Siddharth) which is not other than you following single god Christ! Hinduism is the greatest religion in the world :)

  • Vedvrat Shikarpur
    Vedvrat Shikarpur 4 years ago

    Pleasure to the ears.. Is there a longer version of this? Listening to this, one is left wishing it never ends..!

  • akshatha setty
    akshatha setty 4 years ago

    how to down load this music plz help......i want only the music [not the video ]plz kindly guide

    • Bhaskaran Krishnamurthi
      Bhaskaran Krishnamurthi  4 months ago

      To Akshatha Setty... A similar song in the same raga is available on itunes. Please search for 'Janani Ninnuvina' track by K Bhaskaran, on that .. you can purchase that track.

  • akshatha setty
    akshatha setty 4 years ago

    how to down load this music plz help.......

  • Hitarth Shah
    Hitarth Shah 4 years ago

    Which type of flute is it called ? I loved the sweetness of the flute,and I want to have this one...

  • Riya Dhoorjati
    Riya Dhoorjati 5 years ago

    Hi Bhaskar sir superb music.
    Dear friends before commenting please do study on the instrument and also on classical music. This is not tabla. This is flute

  • Bhaskaran Krishnamurthi

    I dont understand your comment, - I AM K. Bhaskaran. I do like 'his' playing the carnatic flute. Otherwise he would not be playing it.

  • PowerFlower PsychoPaz
    PowerFlower PsychoPaz 5 years ago

    Humbly, my spirit has denounced its roman-catholic background. As of now, I will persue the path of the Buddah.

  • Bhaskaran Krishnamurthi

    You can even check out Amazon for K Bhaskaran's CD tracks - The Indian TV National channel says that this artiste is also a leading/notable artiste - check out the link which has a video of the artiste's DD national program that contains a intro abt the artiste.. and you can check the wki page and other sites of the artiste ..............

  • Bhaskaran Krishnamurthi

    I dont know - we need to ask 'Sundar Ujire'

  • Sunder Ujire
    Sunder Ujire 5 years ago


  • k
    k 5 years ago

    Good one, but in all honesty that's not the Table, it's the Mridangam, which is much different than the Tabla.

  • aa1099
    aa1099 5 years ago

    anyone know where i can buy this cd, the flute guy is out of control!

    • Bhaskaran Krishnamurthi
      Bhaskaran Krishnamurthi  4 months ago

      You can buy similar other tracks of my music, on iTunes. please search and buy. Currently I think there are about 8 tracks / songs available.

  • Mukesh V
    Mukesh V 5 years ago

    @worldwidewest only thing missing is your racist ass getting a beat down.

  • jessica macleod
    jessica macleod 5 years ago

    That's awsome!!

  • Robby Rogers
    Robby Rogers 5 years ago

    The guy has a Bindi? I thought only the women get that...

  • Academic1Researcher
    Academic1Researcher 5 years ago

    Many thanks.

  • thatperfectmoment
    thatperfectmoment 5 years ago

    or Carnatic flute

  • thatperfectmoment
    thatperfectmoment 5 years ago


  • zephyrhouse
    zephyrhouse 5 years ago

    Very nice!

  • worldwildwest
    worldwildwest 6 years ago

    Great music with hyped up riffs , only thing missing is a Dancing Cobra in the Middle!!!

  • TheRaven0316
    TheRaven0316 6 years ago

    WOW I like this video!!! I'm not Indian but I like this music!!

  • LukesVideoLounge
    LukesVideoLounge 6 years ago

    You carn't help but not like this music. It's just genius....

  • Jada Skylar
    Jada Skylar 6 years ago

    Um, yes. Actually, she was. She was playing a sitar.

  • tintin
    tintin 6 years ago

    @Karlfalcon Its all about perception dude. I do find it interesting, I was on the other side once and I understand why they dont find it interesting.

  • Shameer Ahmed
    Shameer Ahmed 6 years ago

    simply thank you!!!!

  • Aditya Jain
    Aditya Jain 6 years ago

    wow wnt 2 c more....

  • Muraleedharan P.P
    Muraleedharan P.P 6 years ago

    @nickblattfilms The music played here belongs to Carnatic music (South indian classical / Eastern classical music) Ragam is Reetigowla. There are about half a dozen of famous flautists in south india. To name a few:
    1. Shri K.S.Gopalakrishnan 2. Dr.N.Ramani 3. Shashank Subramaniam 4. Kudamaloor Janardhanan 5. Prapancham Sitaraman 6. Sikkil sisters trio (Sikkil Neela, Sikkil Kunjumani, Sikkil Mala Chandrasekhar)
    Pandit Hariprasad Chaurasia is one of the famous flautist of Hindusthani music

  • bmkaruppan
    bmkaruppan 6 years ago

    >> And of course, Sri Bhaskaran has rendered this great song, widely popularised by great vocal maestro MADURAI MANI IYER (d.1968, aged 56) - in such gripping melody. We must listen to him in live/ face-to-face concerts, more and we wish him many more years to enthrall us with the spiritual essence of Carnatic music which transcends, and liberates us from our mortal world of just finite dimensions.

  • bmkaruppan
    bmkaruppan 6 years ago

    May I make some comments on the song per se?The song, by PAAPANAASHAM SHIVAN,the immortal Tamil composer (also with a few Sanskrit compositions to his credit), is on LORD GANESHA who is invoked as an undertaking is being started.The song is a very simple one describing the Lord's attributes,with the first words meaning how His 'tattva' or mystic principle can be adequately understood by mortals.Raaga - REETI GAULA which is an attractive derivative of a full scale (Janaka)Raaga, Kharaharapriyaa..

  • Academic1Researcher
    Academic1Researcher 6 years ago

    If a anyone can accurately tell me the name of that flute i'd truly be grateful :)

  • The Jamesinator
    The Jamesinator 6 years ago

    Very skilled musicians and great music.
    I really enjoyed it.

  • LemonCoconut
    LemonCoconut 6 years ago

    I love going back to my roots and listening to this music.

  • mayank sir
    mayank sir 6 years ago

    20 dislikes from successors of aurangzeb

  • Jose David Vargas
    Jose David Vargas 6 years ago

    @Karlfalcon 20 people do it

  • Bhargav Sai
    Bhargav Sai 6 years ago

    @nickblattfilms This might be Carnatic music. You can check out Hariprasad Chaurasia for flute artists. But I guess what he is playing is South Indian prominent flute. There are various many artists, just google. Delve deeper into Indian Classical or Carnatic Music. I don't much about music, just trying to provide you some basic info.

  • nickblattfilms
    nickblattfilms 6 years ago

    What is this type of music called? Any notable artists I can check out/CDs I should download? Anyone know?

  • EndofMusic
    EndofMusic 6 years ago

    @Karlfalcon I'd be proud of my Indian heritage if they invented harmony. But the Europeans did it first.

  • Academic1Researcher
    Academic1Researcher 6 years ago

    @ajwood123 Your'e really unintelligent to be saying things such as that.

  • Dylan Fink
    Dylan Fink 7 years ago

    this reminds me of thick as a brick by jethro tull xD

  • terreseco
    terreseco 7 years ago

    In no other music, that is classical Indian music, have i heard such oneness. It is as if everyone involved is thinking and hearing the exact same thing, as if they are truely one. This is a very good example of that oneness! Wow! Oh and what western musician wouldn't want to be as tight as these guys. These guys and lady are sick tight! peace

  • Karlfalcon
    Karlfalcon 7 years ago

    The same to you!

  • Karlfalcon
    Karlfalcon 7 years ago

    Say what you mean, don't be obtuse.

  • fraskydingy
    fraskydingy 7 years ago

    @DCalifornian So, that's a tambura, not a sitar. It can't play a melody. It's just strummed like that to add an extra drone sound to the music. They're very very common in indian classical music.

  • fraskydingy
    fraskydingy 7 years ago

    She's playing tambura. It doesn't play a melody (it doesn't have any frets). It's just used to add to the overall sound of the music. It's an additional drone.

  • StripeBag
    StripeBag 7 years ago

    aaah,so relaxing

  • citizenfitz
    citizenfitz 7 years ago

    @acidcrashguy Thanks for getting me straight. Brando truly had more sides to him than the Hope Diamond. America is the less for his passing.

  • citizenfitz
    citizenfitz 7 years ago

    I like how they brought Marlon Brando along to play the tabla. It's a side of him we rarely got to see.

  • MitchWadeCole
    MitchWadeCole 7 years ago

    feckin love Tambalas.. they're amazing

  • Xizarus Entertainment
    Xizarus Entertainment 7 years ago

    @Karlfalcon if he was deaf and just watching images hahahahaha got you .. kidin :)

  • 129bubbly
    129bubbly 7 years ago

    BEAUTIFUL!!! rare to get these perfomances today

  • grwatanabe
    grwatanabe 7 years ago


  • TarjaTurunen1Fan
    TarjaTurunen1Fan 8 years ago

    I also said "listen 2" not watch :)

  • TarjaTurunen1Fan
    TarjaTurunen1Fan 8 years ago

    Do some research ;)

  • TarjaTurunen1Fan
    TarjaTurunen1Fan 8 years ago

    I didnt say that, I said "If you listen 2 the video above you will plainly hear where western music has come from" ;)

  • bani kevin
    bani kevin 8 years ago

    how do you plainly hear western music it is complete indian to indians

  • Festina_Lente
    Festina_Lente 8 years ago

    Have a chip on your shoulder don't you?

  • alina sherina
    alina sherina 8 years ago

    i feel like bellydancing

  • TarjaTurunen1Fan
    TarjaTurunen1Fan 8 years ago

    I wasn't going 2 join in on this "intelligent" conversation but some things have been said that I will not stand by and let go without saying something...if you listen I'm assuming you how 2 do that right? If you listen 2 the video above you will plainly hear where western music has come from...Now, debate that oh brilliant one(s)

  • sktneer
    sktneer 8 years ago

    Excellent..............keep it up.

  • shankyxyz
    shankyxyz 8 years ago

    haha, dont worry, it all belongs to the subcontinent. not to any 1 country in it. pakistan india b'desh nepal and lanka have more in common than just cricket.

  • Gustavo Dias
    Gustavo Dias 8 years ago


  • asia elise
    asia elise 8 years ago


  • Walter
    Walter 8 years ago

    caraio que belo som

  • Balakrishnan Subramanian

    THATHVAMARIA THARAMA- Papanasam sivan-nice to hear the flute-No wonder that more than137 hundred viwers have heard it. Divine song

  • Raquel RaiseHell
    Raquel RaiseHell 8 years ago

    funky music, i like it :D

  • legzandherpiano
    legzandherpiano 8 years ago

    @ ajwood123 (in case this gets posted elsewhere) idiottttttttttttttttttttttttt tttttttttttttttttttttttt tttttt

  • ksriniasu
    ksriniasu 8 years ago

    I would have preferred that he played the song at a slower tempo. It is a beautiful song in a beautiful raga, and at a slower tempo, he could have made more justice to the raga in general, and the kriti in particular

  • shankyxyz
    shankyxyz 8 years ago

    hey u shld add the tag reetigowlai. thanks

  • lawowalker
    lawowalker 8 years ago

    whats the name of the song and can in tbe found on itunes. If not, where?

  • Lucien Provencher
    Lucien Provencher 9 years ago

    Could not have said it better myself. Even after the novelty has worn off, I'm still totally fascinated by this music and looking for more.

  • Juliana Longoria
    Juliana Longoria 9 years ago

    Awesome Music!!!!

  • Karlfalcon
    Karlfalcon 9 years ago

    How can anyone NOT find this music entertaining?

  • fraskydingy
    fraskydingy 9 years ago

    Wow. All of these are tremendous performers. This is breathtakingly gorgeous music.

  • OLugs
    OLugs 9 years ago

    What's the deal with the shape of that one drummer's skull?

  • pings007
    pings007 9 years ago

    adbutham, apoorvam :)

  • Rory Connolly
    Rory Connolly 9 years ago

    I hear that

  • defdeezy
    defdeezy 9 years ago

    if it is jargon, then it is the jargon of expressing my love for this art form, something that cannot be expressed. so i suppose jargon is a good word to describe it, since words can only obfuscate. of course, you didn't mean that, but i prefer to take stupidity and mold it into something useful.

  • shankyxyz
    shankyxyz 9 years ago

    pramadam reetigowlai.. nice accompaniment by sivaraman mama.

  • defdeezy
    defdeezy 9 years ago

    why can't it be both? there is such a thing as relaxing excitement! the awe of the synapse and the sedation of the soul and its void, particularly the western soul... heh. if such a thing exists, carnatic music must be it.

  • julioshull
    julioshull 9 years ago

    a little bit

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    julioshull 9 years ago


  • Amp
    Amp 9 years ago

    I think india needs to bind their music along with an orchestral sound kinda like alot of what China is doing these days, but still glad to se Indians havn't forgotten our classical music.

  • allie fellows
    allie fellows 9 years ago

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  • Bhaskaran Krishnamurthi

    Sheet music is well, I would not say impossible, but very very difficult, and at best it can approximate the exact representation -mainly because of Indian Classical 'nuances' called 'gamakas' and secondly improvisational, creative part of the music which is actually conceived and perfomred literally 'on-the-fly'....

  • leopoldo fuentes
    leopoldo fuentes 10 years ago

    what is really dificult(but would be wonderful) would be to find sheet music

  • vveeggiittaarreeaann
    vveeggiittaarreeaann 10 years ago


  • SiyoOlowan
    SiyoOlowan 10 years ago

    love the different sounds of the flute from all cultures

    John De Boer

  • balakumar PARAMALINGAM
    balakumar PARAMALINGAM 10 years ago

    sabhash !!!
    khanjira is very wonderfull

  • anotherarunan
    anotherarunan 10 years ago

    post more!