#LifeIsMusic – Episode 9: Diya – Bombay Ducks – Instrumental Music

In this video,the music theme Diya, composed by Jazz maestro louiz banks & perform by bombay ducks band. A slow rhythm which is picked up by the Percussion on the Tabla and Drums, then the Bass Guitar and the Electric Guitar that builds up the introduction. The piece is dedicated to peace, brotherhood and love in the world. Flutist Avadhoot Phadke decided to slow down the pace of the track and the band makes it sound like a soulful ballad.

Percussion Maestro Taufiq Qureshi starts with an introduction by quoting world-renowned Percussionist Trilok Gurtu, who says that music is never bad, all music is good, it is we who sometimes don’t perform well.At the end of the track, Sitar Maestro Purbayan Chatterjee gives his feedback saying that the track was nicely-executed however, the tuning wasn’t well done. Taufiq Qureshi says that Tabla is the most-versatile instrument ever and was well used by the band’s Drummer, Sanchit Mhatre, who switched between Drums, Tabla and Cajón. Louiz Banks says that a slow tune is the most difficult to play and the boys of Bombay Ducks, who are all under 30 years of age have done a good job out of it. Taufiq Qureshi adds that they achieved this feat 92%.Let’s start a musical journey and explore our huge collection of instrumental music, best instrumental songs, and musical band online, only on #LifeIsMusic.
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