Yehudi Menuhin: Improvisations - West Meets East 3, LP (Vinyl)
Yehudi Menuhin: Improvisations - West Meets East 3, LP (Vinyl)
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Yehudi Menuhin
Ravi Shankar
Jean-Pierre Rampal
Improvisations - West Meets East 3

  • LP (Vinyl)
  • Germany
  • His Master's Voice
  • (21 266/0)
  • EMI
  • (1C 063-02 822 1)
  • His Master's Voice
  • (1C 063-02 822 1)
  • EMI
  • (21 266/0)
  • 4 Tracks
  • no barcode
  • EX / EX
  • used
  • some surface marks on vinyl, edge wear / shelf wear and price tag on cover

tracks

A1

Tenderness

Violin
  • Yehudi Menuhin
Tambura
  • N.C. Mullick
  • Amiya Das Gupta
8:29
A2

Twilight Mood

Violin
  • Yehudi Menuhin
Tambura
  • N.C. Mullick
  • Amiya Das Gupta
10:23
B1

The Enchanted Dawn

Harp
  • Martine Géliot
Flute
  • Jean-Pierre Rampal
11:41
B2

Morning Love

Tambura
  • Kamala Chakravarty
Flute
  • Jean-Pierre Rampal
11:59

Credits

Engineer
  • Carson Taylor
  • Jean-Claude Lefèvre
Liner Notes
  • Frederick Teague
Producer
  • John Mordler
  • Patti Laursen
Sitar
  • Ravi Shankar
Tabla
  • Alla Rakha

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