Parween Sultana & Mohd Dilshad Khan - ECSD 2802
Begum Parveen Sultana (born 1950) is an Assamese Hindustani classical singer of the Patiala Gharana. She is among the foremost classical vocalists in India and is known as Queen of Classical Vocal.
She was conferred the Padmashri in 1976.
|Mohd. Dilshad Khan|
Dilshad Khan (born 1945) is a Bengali Hindustani classical singer of the Patiala Gharana.
Dilshad Khan was born Arabinda Dasgupta in Kolkata, the second son of civil servant P M Dasgupta and Bhabani Dasgupta. Dilshad is the younger brother of eminent sarod maestro Buddhadev Das Gupta. He attended St. Xavier's Collegiate School, Kolkata, where future music composer R. D. Burman was his classmate.
He started learning tabla at the age of four, but later took up singing under the guidance of N.C. Chakravorty, Hidan Banarjee and Gyan Prakash Ghosh. He was inspired by Ustad Bade Ghulam Ali Khan. After moving permanently to Mumbai Khan became a disciple of eminent Kirana gharana vocalist Faiyaz Ahmed Khan.
|Title||Parween Sultana & Mohd Dilshad Khan - ECSD 2802|
|Artists||App Jalgaonkar & Bhaskar Tiwaskar|
|Singer||Parween Sultana & Mohd. Dilshad Khan|
|Genre||Indian Classical (Vocal)|
|Manufacture||The Gramophone Company Of India Limited|
|Serial No.||ECSD 2802|
Record DetailsReleasing Year : 1978
Label : HMV
Language : Hindi
Genre : Indian Classical (Vocal)
Speed : 33 RPM
Size : 12 Inches
SongsSide1 - Song1 : Gun Nahin Mon Men - Khayal Vilambit : Jhoomra
Side1 - Song2 : Aeri Aali Shubh Din Aaye - Khayal Drut : Ektaal
Side2 - Song1 : Lagan Mori Lagi - Khayal Vilambit : Ektaal
Side2 - Song2 : Payaliya Jhankar - Khayal Drut : Tritaal
SingerSinger - 1 : Parween Sultana
Singer - 2 : Mohd. Dilshad Khan
ArtistArtist - 1 : App Jalgaonkar
Artist - 2 : Bhaskar Tiwaskar