- Performer:Dhruba Ghosh / Ernest Rombout
- Title:Rokus de Groot: ShivaShakti
- Recording date:May 26, 2010 - May 27, 2010
- Recording location:Rhoon, Ned. Hervormde Kerk
- Size FLAC version1797 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1542 megabytes
- Size WMA version1363 megabytes
- Formats:RA TTA FLAC DXD MP4 MIDI
Rokus de Groot: ShivaShakti. Part 1. Shankara-Durga. Dhruba Ghosh, Ernest Rombout. 2. Part 2. Bhairav-Bhairavi.
Rokus de Groot: ShivaShakti. Rhoon, Ned. Hervormde Kerk. Rokus de Groot: ShivaShakti. CD - Naxos of America, Quintone 11002).
Dhruba Ghosh Ernest Rombout - Rokus de Groot: ShivaShakti Play Of God And Goddess. Cover Dhruba Ghosh Ernest Rombout - Rokus de Groot:. Rokus De Groot, Ernest Rombout - Shiva Shakti (CD) - Amoeba Music. Amoeba Music Rokus de groot shivashakti, ghosh, dhruba & ernest.
Rokus de Groot: ShivaShakti - Dhruba Ghosh, Ernest Rombout Songs,. Ernest Rombout Shiva Shakti on Collectors' Choice Music. In ShivaShakti, the English horn part was compo ww. latomania.
Dhruba Ghosh – improvisation, sarangi Ernest Rombout – English horn. Rokus de Groot - ShivaShakti quantity. Shiva and Shakti go by various names and forms in India, such as Shankara and Durga, or Bhairav and Bhairavi. The performance on this CD is inspired by various sources on Shiva and Shakti. Interesting cross-cultural project of traditional Hindu music making and Western contemporary composition techniques.
Ernest Rombout - TheaterEncyclopedie. Ernest Rombout, oboe Ernest Rombout was born in in The Netherlands. After having studied as a guest student at the Royal conservatory in The Hague for one year. Die Offizielle Schweizer Hitparade.
Ernest Rombout was born in 1959 in The Netherlands. After having studied as a guest student at the Royal conservatory in The Hague for one year, he was admitted to the class of professor Heinz Holliger in Freiburg, Germany. In 1981 he passed his final examinations cum laude which allowed him to continue studying for the Soloist’s Diploma. 2015 professor of oboe at the Konservatorium Wien Privatuniversität. Since 1981, Ernest Rombout has enjoyed a busy solo career, appearing in festivals such as the Biennale in Venice, the Ludwigsburger Festspiele, the Donaueschinger Musiktage, the Takefu International Music Festival in Japan and the Summerfestival in Los Angeles. Conductors he has worked with include Christopher Hogwood, Marc Foster, Ernest Bour, Ed Spanjaard, Jaap van Zweden and Heinz Holliger.
Dhruba is also the nephew of the flute player Pannalal Ghosh. After studying singing and rhythm with his father, he learned the sarangi from Sagiruddin Khan from the school of Bundu Khan.
CreditsPeter Arts - Engineer, Producer
Rokus De Groot - Composer, Concept, Editing, Primary Artist
Dhruba Ghosh - Improvisation, Primary Artist, Sarangi
Albert van Houwelingen - Production Manager
Helen Metzelaar - Liner Note Translation
Martien Ontwerpt - Artwork
Ernest Rombout - Horn (English), Primary Artist
Henk Thomas - Photography
Arno Van Beest - Photography
|1||Part 1. Shankara-Durga Rokus De Groot||Dhruba Ghosh / Ernest Rombout||18:25|
|2||Part 2. Bhairav-Bhairavi Rokus De Groot||Dhruba Ghosh / Ernest Rombout||25:11|