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72 tracks found with the tag "Tabla"

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Urban style track with sexy percussive loops & deep bass. Anchored firmly on the streets of LA, an overlaid guitar riff and tablas give it a slight Eastern feel. Similar in style to Snoop Dogg & Dr Dre.

This is a long track featuring Tablas played in the unique middle eastern "finger" style, along with Sitars, Thai or Indian Reed flute and a suitably arab sounding 'drone' sound. The track goes through several different stages of various intensities and themes.

A cinematic soundtrack piece with a strong Arabic / Middle Eastern / Turkish / Egyptian feel. Persian, Arabian, Turkey, Egypt, exotic percussion, strings and woodwinds. Sweeping, epic, like an amazing journey to a far-away land, new discoveries and great adventures. Sitar, tabla, eastern strings and other middle east instrumentation.

An unusual and highly atmospheric blend of Celtic/Irish folk influences with Indian, Oriental and Asian elements. Tabla drums and sitars combine with electric guitars, Indian raga flutes and Celtic inspired melodies. It's a little eclectic, dreamy and ethereal, with a sense of far-away places, mythology, travel, adventure and new discoveries.

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Bidesi Saiyan

03:24

A beautiful, traditional Indian love song arranged with a mixture of Indian ethnic instruments and more modern/western elements. Sung by the highly renowned Indian thumri singer Vidya Rao who has been kind enough to work with us on this track. Thumri is a form of Indian singing which originated in the temples where the courtesans of the temples used to sing about lost love. The lyrics in this song can be summarized as a woman singing to a dear friend or lover in a far-away land, singing for him to return to where he belongs. Arranged with tabla, Indian strings and soft pads. There is also an alternative version without the vocals, and yet another version with only the vocals and soft pads, in a more "ambient" setting. Haunting and beautiful.

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All that can be

04:18

Essentially a sinister dance track with a big twist....an explosion of a chorus part. Dynamically volatile with smooth slick yet forboding synth pads and sequences. The mid section drops down into a kind of drum machine/ tabla fueled trance state before a lone synth lead line fanfares the blast of the last chorus Imagine early Nine Inch Nails recording with a European techno outfit.

This smooth and soft world-fusion track uses the traditional Indian instrument Sarangi, which is a bit like a violin (although it predates the violin in existence). The traditional role of this instrument is to play in unison with the vocalist, but here the Saranghi has come into its own right, mixed with a downtempo electronica beat, tabla, tamborines and soft pads. A silky smooth, exotic and beautiful world ethnic track, highly suitable for travel, journeys, holidays and vacations in exotic and far-away places. Slightly wistful or sorrowful, but also comforting and hopeful.

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Highland Raga

03:44

An unusual and highly atmospheric blend of Celtic/Irish folk influences with Indian, Oriental and Asian elements. Tabla drums and sitars combine with electric guitars, Indian raga flutes and Celtic inspired melodies. It's a little eclectic, dreamy and ethereal, with a sense of far-away places, mythology, travel, adventure and new discoveries.

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Journey to Babylon

01:51

A cinematic soundtrack piece with a strong Arabic / Middle Eastern / Turkish / Egyptian feel. Persian, Arabian, Turkey, Egypt, exotic percussion, strings and woodwinds. Sweeping, epic, like an amazing journey to a far-away land, new discoveries and great adventures. Sitar, tabla, eastern strings and other middle east instrumentation.

An exotic, haunting Indian vocal track sung for us by highly renowned Indian female singer Vidya Rao, whom we feel privileged to have worked with on this track. Her sorrowful singing/chanting in the alaap is as atmospheric as it is emotional, and is accompanied by a clean jazz guitar, joined by jazzy drums and bass at around 1 min 45 secs. Alaap literally means introduction and it is traditionally used by an Indian singer who goes through many permutations in the notes of a raag finally resting on the tonic and then nods at the tabla player to set the rhythm. A smooth blend of the traditional and the modern, of the East and the West. Great for use in travel and adventure, chill-out and exotic moods.

A blend of the East and the West, this smooth and exotic World fusion track features Indian flutes, clean jazz guitar, an oriental style drone and, after a long-ish intro part, a downtempo chillout drum groove with Indian tabla joins in. Gentle, atmospheric, warm and appealing - this is a great track for relaxing holiday or travel footage, adventure and journeys to far-away lands, as well as for spa, treatment, relaxation, heavenly pampering, etc. Two alternative mixes are also included: One without the guitar and one with only the soft pads and the flutes.

30 tracks, not registered with a PRO
42 tracks, registered with a PRO
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