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Устад Мохаммад Хоссейн Сараханг - Устад Мохаммад Хоссейн Сараханг album flac Performer: Устад Мохаммад Хоссейн Сараханг
Title: Устад Мохаммад Хоссейн Сараханг
Style: Hindustani, Indian Classical
Released: 1984
MP3 album: 1265 mb
FLAC album: 1621 mb
Rating: 4.6
Other formats: MOD AHX APE WMA MP1 RA MOD
Genre: Folk and Country

Career and education. Ustad Mohammad Hussain Sarahang was an Afghan musician trained in the Hindustani classical vocalist genre. Ustad Mohammad Hussain Sarahang was born in 1924 in the Kharabat area of Kabul, an area known for breeding some of the country’s greatest musicians. His father Ustad Ghulam Hussain, was a musician, and taught his son the basics of music. Ustad Sarahang excelled in these lessons so much that his father sent him to India, to learn under Ustad Ashiq Ali Khan. After 16 years, Ustad Sarahang returned to Kabul at the age of 25.

Устад Мохаммад Хоссейн Сараханг ‎(LP). Best Of Ustad Sarahang: CD 6 ‎(CD, Album, Comp). Marcopolo International Enterprises.

Ustad Mohammad Hussain Sarahang. Ustad Mohammad Hussain Sarahang.

Total Songs in this album:18. Ustād Mohammad Hussain Sarāhang 1924–1983 was an Afghan musician and best known exponent of hindustani classical music from Kabul Afghanistan. He was the second oldest son of the renowned musician, Ustad Gholam Hussain. Mohammad Hussain was born and raised in Kharabat (Kabul), a city famous and conceivably notorious for its musicians. He was born in Kharabat, an area in the old city of Kabul as Mohammad Hussain, the second son of the Peshawar musician, Ustad Ghulam Hussain, from whom he learned the basics of music.

Ustad Sabri Khan (21 May 1927 – 1 December 2015) was an Indian sarangi player, who was descended on both sides of his family from a line of distinguished musicians. Sabri Khan was born on 21 May 1927 in Moradabad, Uttar Pradesh. He belonged to the Sainia Gharana. This Gharana traces the tradition of its music back to Mian Tansen, the great vocalist in the court of Moghul Emperor Akbar

Sarahang told his doctors he was feeling homesick and he would get better if he went back to Afghanistan. In 1983 he became ill again and was hospitalized in Kabul where he died from a heart attack.


A Композиция На Основе Раги Яман
B1 Композиция На Основе Раги Бхайрав I
B2 Композиция На Основе Раги Бхайрав II

Companies, etc.

  • Pressed By – Ташкентский Завод Грампластинок им. М. Т. Ташмухамедова
  • Printed By – Типография Ташкентского Завода Грампластинок
  • Recorded At – Всесоюзная Студия Грамзаписи
  • Recorded At – Ташкентская Студия Грамзаписи
  • Copyright (c) – Мелодия


  • Engineer – А. Таджиев, В. Селютин, М. Пахтер*
  • Performer [Армуния] – Гилям Сарвар*
  • Sleeve Notes – Дж. Михайлов*
  • Supervised By [Editor] – Борис Тихомиров, П. Сабуров
  • Tabla – Мохаммад Асеф*
  • Tambura [Tanpur] – Захер Киями*
  • Vocals – Устад Мохаммад Хоссейн Сараханг*


© «МЕЛОДИЯ», 1984
Записи ВСГ и Ташкентской студии грамзаписи 1979 г.

Демократическая Республика Афганистан [= Democratic Republic of Afghanistan].

Запись осуществлена с концерта участников Международного музыкаведческого симпозиума, проходившего в медресе Шер-Дор, входящего во всемирно известный ансамбль Регистан (г. Самарканд).
Indian ragas sung by Afghan singer.
Recorded in 1979
ТИР. 1000 [number of copies ]

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, stamped runout): C80-21071/4-1
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, stamped runout): С80-21072/4-1
  • Other (State standard): ГОСТ 5289-80
  • Other (Repertoire group): Гр. 2
  • Other (Price on labels): 1-20
  • Other (Article): Арт. 10-9
  • Other (Price on sleeve): Цена 1 руб. 45 коп.