Recordings

Soorbahar – Deepal Chodhari and Shivalik Ghosal

Raag Mia Ki Todi. Santoor Recital by Deepal Chodhari and tabla accompaniment by Shivalik Ghosal. Alaap, Jod, Jhala, Vilambit and, Drut Gat concluding with Ati Drut Jhala.

Raag Malkauns- Santoor Recital by Deepal Chodhari and Tabla by Pratik Devasthale

Raag Malkauns – Vilambit Gat in Teentaal.

Raag Malkauns – Santoor Recital by Deepal Chodhari and Tabla by Pratik Devasthale.

Raag Malkauns – Santoor Recital by Deepal Chodhari and tabla accompaniment by Pratik Devasthale. Madhyalay Gat in Ektaal.

Raag Yaman – Santoor Recital by Deepal Chodhari

Raag Yaman – Santoor Recital by Deepal Chodhari and tabla accompaniment by Pratik Devasthale. Drut Gat in Teentaal.

Raag Shudh Sarang – Santoor Recital by Deepal Chodhari and Tabla by Amod Dandawate

Raag Shudh Sarang  – Vilambit gat in Teentaal.

Raag Shudh Sarang- Santoor Recital by Deepal Chodhari and Tabla by Amod Dandawate

Raag Shudh Sarang – Drut gat in Teental.

Raag Hansadhwani – Santoor Recital by Deepal Chodhari and Tabla by Shivalik Ghoshal

Raag Hansadhwani- Madhyalay Gat and Drut Gat in Teentaal.

Soorbahar 2016 : Santoor Recital by Deepal Chodhari

Raag Gavati: Drut Gat in Teentaal
Santoor Recital by Deepal Chodhari and Tabla by Tejas Tope.

Plainsboro Public Library: Santoor Recital by Deepal Chodhari

Synopsis of a Santoor Recital by Deepal Chodhari at the  Hindustani Music Concert held at the Plainsboro public Library. Tabla accompaniment by Pratik Devasthale.

Raag Marwa- Santoor Recital by Deepal Chodhari and Tabla by Meghshyam Keshav

Raag Marwa- Madhyalay & Drut gat in Teentaal.

Student Recording

Raag Shivranjani-Arushi Patel

Arushi’s first santoor solo-South Brunswick, NJ

Articles

A look into Indian Classical Music

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Santoor Teacher in NJ

Deepal Chodhari of Plainsboro teaches the santoor, one of the oldest instruments of India. She is the only teacher in the tri-state area. Santoor, a Persian word, means 100 strings. The oldest known stringed instrument of India, it is placed on the lap and played with a pair of light wooden sticks while sitting in a padmasana, or lotus position.

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