I am very excited with my partnership with CrimsonBay - to take Sikh Gurbani Kirtan to a wider audience. It is my hope that people worldwide will discover the rich heritage bequeathed to us by our Gurus
San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) July 22, 2005
CrimsonBay, Inc. today announced the addition of content from leading labels such as OMI Music, Inc. (distributors for the Magnasound catalog), Music Today and Dya Singh World Music, adding a catalog of over 10,000 tracks to its Indian music download store.
OMI Music brings the repertoire of well-known artists from Magnasound including Daler Mehndi, Adnan Sami, Alisha Chinoy, Colonial Cousins and Oorja. In addition, it brings masterpieces in classical music from artists such as Hariprasad Chaurasia and Pandit Bhimsen Joshi, along with several collections in Tamil music.
Music Today, a division of The India Today Group, has emerged as the most prestigious label in Indian classical music taking the lead in preserving and promoting India's rich musical heritage all over the world. Music Today's success in presenting and making Indian classical music more accessible to newer audiences is evident in its innovative and editorially strong concepts and well thought out themes like Ragas from Dawn to Midnight and Songs of the Seasons. Carnatic Music is presented in series like Dikshitar and Thyagaraja masterpieces.
The Dya Singh World Music Group has created a new and universal mystical form of World music, blending the East & West together while presenting the traditional message of the Sikh Gurus. Its liberating music spans a myriad of musical traditions from Asiatic classics, incantations and meditations to folk songs, hymns and ragas.
"Our partnership with OMI Music, Music Today and Dya Singh World Music demonstrates our commitment and continuing efforts to provide new and exciting content to our customers. We are working on several other content partnerships with leading labels in India that will help boost CrimsonBay as the premiere site for music downloads from the Indian sub-continent." said Manu Kaushish, CEO of CrimsonBay.
Dya Singh added, "I am very excited with my partnership with CrimsonBay - to take Sikh Gurbani Kirtan to a wider audience. It is my hope that people worldwide will discover the rich heritage bequeathed to us by our Gurus".
The new content will become available to users of CrimsonBay starting from July 22, 2005.
Based in Silicon Valley, California, CrimsonBay is the first online music download store dedicated to music from India and the Indian sub-continent. The store offers an interface that eases the search and browse ability of music from India. The music is categorized by styles that are familiar to existing audiences and allows searches by album name, song name, genre, language, music director, singer, actor, lyricist and movie director.
More information on CrimsonBay, Inc. can be found at http://www.crimsonbay.com.
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