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Monday, August 31, 2015

Khamiso Khan | Alghoza Instrument Sindhi Songs Download

Instrumental Songs- Ustad Khamiso Khan, Download super hit Sindhi music on Alghoza Saaz, Algoja Sindhi instrumental old classical songs, mp3 music download, Sindhi Songs, Folk Songs, songs in Alghoza, listen Alghoza in old Classical Songs mode, Sindhi Cultural old music and listen download with easy steps. 
Khamiso Khan | Alghoza Instrument Sindhi Songs Download

Khamiso Khan Instrumental Music Master Biography

Ustad Khamiso Khan was born in 1923 at Tando Muhammad Khan, Hyderabad Sindh, he learnt his art from Ustad Syed Ahmed Shah. Algoza is generally used as a Instrumental Songs in Punjab and Sindh provinces. 

Ustad Khamiso Khan introduce Alghoza in all over the World, it is a pair of wooden flutes. It is also a popular choice among United Kingdom musicians for making contemporary Bhangra Music and figures as an important instrument in Rajhastan. Ustad Khamiso Khan was died on 08 March 1983.

Ustad Khamiso Khan Alghoza Instrument Master. He was legendary Sindhi Alghoza, he was very popular Alghoza Music Sindhi and he he create great name in Sindh Music. Ustad Khamiso Khan was very popular also in all over the World.
Alghoza  adopted by Sindhi, Rajastani and Baloch Folk Musicians, also called "Jorhi", "Do Nally",  "Satara or Ngoze". It resembles a par of wooden flutes. The musician plays it by using three fingers on each side. Sound is generated by breathing into it rapidly and quick recapturing of breath on each beat creates a bouncing, swing rhythm.  
It is generally used as a folk instrument and Punjabi folk singers use it to play traditional music such as Jugni, Jind Mahi, and Mirza. Ustad Khamiso Khan Introduce Sindhi Kaafi's, Sindi Songs in Alghoza Music. he played Classical music, Lok Music in Alghoza. I have selected below most popular Super Hit Sindhi Classical Music download in Alghoza songs of Khamiso Khan.
Ustad Khamiso Khan Sindhi Alghoza Instrumental Music Download
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History of Alghoza Sindhi Saaz Instrumental Music 

Paduthambi or Jodiya Pava  called in Gujarati, Kutchi and it  is a couple of woodwind instruments embraced by Punjabi, Sindhi, Kutchi, Rajasthani and Baloch people performers. It is likewise called Mattiyan  Jorhi, Pawa Jorhi, Do Nali, Donal, Giraw, Stara or Nagoze.  It comprises of two joined snout woodwinds, one for tune, the second for automaton. 

The flutes are either integrated or might be held together freely with the hands. A persistent progression of air is fundamental as the player blows into the two woodwinds simultaneously.  The fast recovering of breath on each beat makes a ricocheting, swinging musicality.

The wooden instrument at first contained two woodwind funnels of a similar length however after some time, one of them was abbreviated for sound purposes. In the realm of Alghoza playing, the two woodwind channels are a couple  the more one is the male and the shorter one the female instrument. 

With the utilization of beeswax, the instrument can be scaled to any tune. It is utilized in conventional and people music of Punjab. It is additionally turned into a well known decision in Punjabi "combination" and Bhangra music. It is a significant instrument in Rajasthani and Baloch society music.  The best examples of Alghoza, be that as it may, are the Sindhi artists (Late) Ustad Khamiso Khan, (Late) Ustad Misri Khan Jamali and Akbar Khamiso Khan (Khamiso Khan's son). 

Gurmeet Bawa is a striking Punjabi society vocalist who utilizes the instrument. Musa Gulamjat  and Noor Mohammed Sodha are two surely understood Jodiya Pava craftsmen from Kutch.

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