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Slow Gat In Tintal 16 Beats (Jor) / Fast Gat In Tintal 16 Beats (Jhala)

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  1. Zulur
    Slow Gat In Tintal 16 Beats (Jor) B2: Fast Gat In Tintal 16 Beats (Jhala) Companies, etc. Made By – Festival Records Pty. Ltd. Recorded At – Masonic Temple, Los Angeles; Credits Art Direction – Woody Woodward; Engineer [Audio] – Richard Bock 4/5(1).
  2. Yozshugul
    Lyrics to 'Jhala In Tintal (16 Beats)' by Rash Behari Datta. Discovered using Shazam, the music discovery app. Fast Gat In Tintal (16 Beats) Rash Behari Datta. Rash Behari Datta. Raga Bilaskhani Todi. Alaap-Jor Alaap. Rash Behari Datta. Rash Behari Datta. Traditional: Raag Koushiki: Gat Rupak Taal-Gat Teentaal.
  3. Nalrajas
    Slow Gat In Tintal 16 Beats (Jor) Fast Gat In Tintal 16 Beats (Jhala) Credits (6) Richard Bock Engineer, Producer. Woody Woodward Art Direction. Philip Melnick Photography By. Ali Akbar Khan Sarod, Adapted By, Arranged By. Shankar Ghosh Tabla. Sheela Mookerjee Tambura/5(15).
  4. Mizuru
    Slow Gat In Tintal 16 Beats (Jor) B2: Fast Gat In Tintal 16 Beats (Jhala) Companies, etc. Record Company – Liberty Records, Inc. Published By – Har-Bock Music Co. Recorded At – Masonic Temple, Los Angeles; Credits Art Direction /5(10).
  5. Mazuzahn
    First Gat In Raga Misra Mand (Jor) / Tala Kaharwa 8 Beats (Jhala) / Second Gat In Tal Chachar 14 Beats: Raga Basant Mookhari (Morning Raga) Alap: Slow Gat In Tintal 16 Beats (Jor) / Fast Gat In Tintal 16 Beats (Jhala) /5(12).
  6. Tagami
    Alap—Jor—Jhala; mohan vina solo Slow Gat (composition); tintal (16 beats); mohan vina with tabla Fast (Drut) Gat; tintal Jhala; tintal. Part 2 of 2: a. Rag Desh (–) b. Rag Kirwani (–) c. Meeting by the River (V. M. Bhatt) (–).
  7. Mijind
    Apr 12,  · A2 - First Gat In Raga Misra Mand (Jor) / Tala Kaharwa 8 Beats (Jhala) / Second Gat In Tal Chachar 14 Beats B1 - Raga Basant Mookhari (Morning Raga) Alap B2 - Slow Gat In Tintal 16 Beats (Jor) / Fast Gat In Tintal 16 Beats (Jhala)
  8. Gujind
    Arrangement. Tintal has sixteen (16) beats in four equal divisions ().The period between every two beats is equal. The first beat out of 16 beats is called sam and the 9th beat is called khali ('empty'). To count the Teental, the audience claps on the first beat, claps on the 5th beat, then waves on the 9th beat and lastly again claps on the 13th beat; these three claps (Hindi tin .

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