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Ansoushka Shankar

Ansoushka Shankar
Country
India
Profile
Anoushka Shankar (born 9 June 1981) is an Indian sitar player and composer. She is the daughter of the famous sitar master Ravi Shankar, and is known for both traditional styles and adapting Indian music to electronic and other forms.
Website
http://www.anoushkashankar.com
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Releases on file (8)
Ansoushka Shankar — Land of Gold Ansoushka Shankar — Land of Gold
(Deutsche Gramophon B0024640-02, 2016, CD)
Ansoushka Shankar — Home Ansoushka Shankar — Home
(Deutsche Gramophon B0023350-02, 2015, CD)
Ansoushka Shankar — Traces of You Ansoushka Shankar — Traces of You
(Deutsche Gramophon B0018984-02, 2013, CD)
Ansoushka Shankar — Traveller Ansoushka Shankar — Traveller
(Deutsche Gramophon B0016566-02, 2011, CD)
Anoushka Shankar / Karsh Kale — Breathing under Water Anoushka Shankar / Karsh Kale — Breathing under Water
(Manhattan 0946 3 95392 2 2, 2007, CD)
Ansoushka Shankar — Rise Ansoushka Shankar — Rise
(Angel Records 7243 5 80295 2 9, 2005, CD)
Ansoushka Shankar — Anourag Ansoushka Shankar — Anourag
(Angel Records 7243 5 56969 2 2, 2000, CD)
Ansoushka Shankar — Ansoushka Ansoushka Shankar — Ansoushka
(Angel Records 7243 5 56729 2 6, 1998, CD)

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