- Robin Ghosh: The magical musician
- It can be said that they were largely responsible for crafting the form of the film song. Composers like R C Boral, Timir Baran, Pannalal Ghosh and then Pankaj Mallick were all pioneers and were followed by Anil Biswas and later by the likes of S.D Burman.
- The flame is alive
- Flute, perhaps the oldest folk instrument of India, found its place in classical concerts thanks to the legendary flautist Pannalal Ghosh; but, he died too young to establish his style for posterity.
- Bamboo to bansuri
- They thought it was some kind of a horn playing!” he says, stating that for Raagas such as Darbari where the lower octave ( Mandar saptak) is explored in detail, Pannalal Ghosh invented another base flute with just 4 holes which was almost 45 inches long.
- On the same wavelength
- Thanks to the pioneering efforts of Sarabha Sastri and the lifetime work of greats such as T.R.
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