The dynamic musician and composer duo of
Ripples is their debut album, that was collaborated with some of the finest artists and musicians across
The Ripples concert by Crossover saw a true amalgamation of that Indo-Western confluence. They captured the hearts of the audience with music that blended Indian classical and folk, jazz, rock and flamenco, infused with strains of music from the desert.
The concert was performed by musicians from
What made the concert unique was the variety of compositions by Soumya and Subrata. The number Four and Some More is based on 9 beats and 8 beats, finally culminating in an Arabic-Flamenco style hand clapping in 9 beats, with a Flamenco guitar passage. The number Step out is about an introverted soul who is out of step with the world at large (the number starts on 11 beats), who decides to come out of his shell (the number moves to 12 beats at this point) and begins to discover the wonders of the world.
Conversations, a composition loosely based on the Indian raga Yaman, has each instrument personifying a character.
A Rajasthani folk song with this kind of music added a different flavour to the number Sands
and Pulak Sarkaron keyboard added depth to the diversity. Also, the jugalbandi amongst Subrataon the tabla, prolific percussionist Mongopal Dhar of
The"Ripples" concert by Crossover in
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