Hirabai Barodekar & Saraswati Rane - ECLP 2356 - (Condition - 80-85%) - HMV Black Label - LP Record

Hirabai Barodekar (May 30, 1905 – November 20, 1989) was a renowned Indian Hindustāni classical music singer, of Kirana gharana. She also sang along with her younger sister, Saraswati Rane, whom she also trained, in jugalbandi style.Hirabai was born as Champākali to Kirānā Gharānā master Ustād Abdul Karim Khān and Tārābāi Māne, who belongs to Gomantak Maratha Samaj. Tarabai was the daughter of Sardār Māruti Rāo Māne, a brother of princely Barodā state's "Rajmātā" during the middle of the 19th century. Abdul Karim Khan was the court musician in Baroda when Tarabai was young, and he taught her music. The two fell in love and decided to get married; but Tarabai's parents disapproved of the alliance, and the couple had to leave the state (along with Abdul Karim's brother, Ustād Abdul Haq Khān). The couple moved to Bombay (Mumbai), and had two sons: Suresh or Abdul Rehmān, and Krishnā; and three daughters: Champākali, Gulāb, and Sakinā or Chhotutāi. In their adult lives, the five respectively became known as Sureshbābu Māne, Krishnarāo Māne, Hirābāi Badodekar, Kamalābāi Badodekar, and Sarswatibāi Rāne.....

Saraswati Rane (October 4, 1913 - October 10, 2006) was an Indian classical singer in the Hindustani Classical genre. She was a daughter of Ustad Abdul Karim Khan (1872–1937), the founder of Kirana Gharana. Her family had a long and great music tradition. She got her initial training of vocal music of the Kirana Gharana style from her elder brother Sureshbabu Mane and elder sister Hirabai Barodekar, who themselves were the doyen of Indian classical music of their times.Later she also sang along with elder sister, Hirabai Bododekar, especially in jugalbandi style.Born on October 4, 1913 to Ustad Abdul Karim Khan (1872–1937), the founder of Kirana Gharana, and Tarabai Mane, as Sakina, she grew up in a musical household. After separating from her husband, Tarabai, her mother, renamed all her five children; hence Sakina became Kumari Saraswati Mane. She was initiated into music by her brother Sureshbabu Mane, later after 1930, she also started learning from her sister Hirabai Barodekar....

Record Details
Title Hirabai Barodekar & Saraswati Rane - ECLP 2356
Singer  Hirabai Barodekar & Saraswati Rane
Artists Narayanrao Indorkar
Tabla Narayanrao Indorkar
Instrmental Tabla 
Releasing Year 1968
Genre Indian Classical (Vocal)
Language Hindi
Label HMV Black Label
Made In India
Manufacture The Gramophone Company Of India Ltd.
Serial No.  ECLP 2356
Side One
  • Banka balaiya  – Raga – Chandra kauns – Vilambit - EK Taal
 
  • Kahe ho – Raga – Chandra Kauns - Drut - Teen Taal
 
Side Two
  • Barjo Na Mane  - Raga - Basant Bahar - Vilambit - EK Taal
 
  • Naveli Kali - Raga - Basant Bahar - Drut - Teen Taal
 
Specification
Size 12 Inches
Speed 33 RPM
Record Condtion 80-85%
Cover Condition Excellent
Artist
Artist - 1 Narayanrao Indorkar
Instruments
Instrument - 1 Tabla
Record Details
Genre Indian Classical (Vocal)
Label HMV Black Label
Language Hindi
Releasing Year 1968
Size 12 Inches
Speed 33 RPM
Singer
Singer - 1 Hirabai Barodekar
Singer - 2 Saraswati Rane
Songs
Side1 - Song1 Banka balaiya – Raga – Chandra kauns – Vilambit - EK Taal
Side1 - Song2 Kahe ho – raga – Chandra Kauns - Drut - Teen Taal
Side2 - Song1 Barjo Na Mane - Raga - Basant Bahar - Vilambit - EK Taal
Side2 - Song2 Naveli Kali - Raga - Basant Bahar - Drut - Teen Taal

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Hirabai Barodekar & Saraswati Rane - ECLP 2356 - (Condition - 80-85%) - HMV Black Label - LP Record

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