Instrumental Music – Unusual Musical Instruments

Today we have a special video showcasing talents playing unusual musical instruments. We can see instruments like Saxophone from PVC Pipes, Xylophone made of Stone, Glass Harmonica, Carrot Flute etc. Whatever the instrument be, the music produced by it is amazing and the artists are higly talented. Please do not forget to show your appreciation and encouragement to the talented artists. Video provided only for illustration – Credit: Perdoscope 00

Instrumental Music – Saxophone and Flute

Here is one fusion song with Saxophone and Flute. Accompanying them on stage are Tavil, Tabla, Keyboard and Drums. It is the famous Nagumomu Ganaleni song rendered by the artists. Enjoy this. Video used for illustration only – Credit: Udaya Kasargod 00

Instrumental Music – Master Pravin Pundit – Saxophone

Master Pravin Pundit is an upcoming Saxophone Artiste and a child prodigy. He is the disciple of Padma Bhushan Dr. T.V Gopalakrishnan. His father is Shri Shimoga K. Kumarasamy one of the popular Saxophone Artist. He Joined Dr. TVG’s academy TVGAIMA at the age of five to learn Carnatic Vocal. Observing his extraordinary interest, love and commitment for Saxophone, Dr. TVG adopted him as a Prodigy Scholar in AIMA. Let us now watch and listen to the Child Prodigy Master Pravin Pundit rendering a beautiful song on his Saxophone. It is his first Premier Performance on Carnatic Saxophone. Video used for illustration only – Credit: Saxophone Kumaraswamy 00

Instrumental Music – Jugalbandi

Here is a Jugalbandi performance between Clarinet, Saxophone and Flute. Enjoy Late Dr. Kadri Gopalnath on Saxophone, Dr. Pandit Narasimhalu Vadavati on Clarinet and Mr. Pravin Godkhindi on Flute. It is one of the rare piece of performance. Late Dr. Kadri Gopalnath, we know was a Saxophone maestro. Dr. Pandit Narasimhalu Vadavati was born in 1942 in Vadavati village, Raichur taluk of Karnataka, India. His father was Tabla Player, Grandfather a Shehnai Artist and mother a Devotional Singer. Mr. Pravin Godkhindi is an Indian Classical Hindustani Flute player, born in 1973 at Dharwad, Karnataka, India. He has mastered both styles (Tantrakari and Gayaki) of playing the Flute. All three are highly talented artists in their own areas and have received many awards, titles and accolades for their p...

Instrumental Music – Saxophone Concert

Presenting the Late Shri Kadri Gopalnath, Indian Alto Saxophonist and one of the pioneers for Saxophone. The concert is curated by Darbar Arts Culture Heritage Trust at the Darbar Festival in London. The rendering is the famous Vatapi Ganapathim Bhaje in the Hamsadhwani Raga. Artists on stage Saxophone: Shri Kadri Gopalnath Violin: Jyotsna Srikanth Mridangam: Bangalore Praveen Ghatam: R N Prakash Tanpura: Kaviraj Singh Shri Kadri Gopalnath (Dec 1949 to Oct 2019) was born in the Sajeepa Mooda village of Dakshina Kannada. His father Shri Taniyappa was a great Nadaswara Vidwan and he acquired the taste for music from his father. It seems Shri Kadri Gopalnath took almost 20 years to master the Saxophone, a western musical instrument. He was crowned as the “Saxophone Chakravarthy”. ...


Saxophone is a Woodwind Instrument in the Single-Reed family. It has a conical shaped body which is usually made of brass. A reed on the mouthpiece of the instrument produces sound due to vibration of sound inside the body. The effective length of the body is changed by closing and opening of holes on it, to control the pitch. Leather pads are attached to keys which are operated by the player. These close and open the holes on the body. Air is blown into the mouthpiece using the player’s mouth to produce sound. Unlike other reed instruments, Saxophone is slightly complex instrument. Types of Saxophones There are different types of Saxophones like Sopranino, Soprano, Alto, Tenor, Baritone, Bass, Contrabass, Subcontrabass Saxophones. These are classified as Military Band family. Orches...