Vilayat Khan
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1928-08-08
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Vilayat Khan

Vilayat Khan Biography (Wikipedia)

Ustad Vilayat Khan (28 August 1928 – 13 March 2004) was an Indian classical sitar player. Along with Imdad Khan, Enayat Khan, and Imrat Khan, he is credited with the creation and development of gayaki ang (an attempt to mimic vocal music) on the sitar.

He recorded his first 78-RPM disc at the age of 8, and gave his last concert in 2004 at the age of 75.

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Dhun [Alap]
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Dhun [Alap]
Imrat Khan
Night at the Taj
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Night at the Taj
Vilayat Khan
Madhoushi
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Madhoushi

Madhoushi

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Vilayat Khan
Arrival In Benares
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Arrival In Benares
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Rag Yamani
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Rag Yamani
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Past BBC Events

Proms 1981: Prom 42 - All-night concert of music from India
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Royal Albert Hall
1981-08-28T13:36:05
28
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1981

Proms 1981: Prom 42 - All-night concert of music from India

Royal Albert Hall

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