Warsi Brothers
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Warsi Brothers

warsi Brothers
OriginHyderabad, India
GenresQawwali
WebsiteWarsi Brothers, website

Warsi Brothers are an Indian Qawwali musical group, consisting of brothers Nazeer Ahmed Khan Warsi and Naseer Ahmed Khan Warsi[1] (the Qaww?ls), along with eight accompanists (the humnawa or party). They are based in Hyderabad.

Family

Nazeer and Naseer are the sons of Zaheer Ahmed Khan Warsi, who along with his father, Aziz Ahmed Khan Warsi, constituted the previous incarnation of the Warsi Brothers.[1] Muhammed Siddique Khan, an ancestor of the Warsi brothers, was a singer in the Mughal durbar. In 1857, when the Mughal empire dissolved, he became a court singer for the Nizam of Hyderabad. Muhammed Siddique Khan was the nephew of Tanras Khan.[2]

Career

Warsi Brothers carry on their legacy by touring all over the world and are known for their intense performances.[] They perform Amir Khusro's qawwalis in their classical style. They are the music bearers of the gayeki of Delhi gharana and are noted for their melody and improvisation. They are renowned for their traditional Sufiana Qawwali, Ghazal's, Thumri, Bhajan's and Classical Bandish. The brothers jointly received the Sangeet Natak Akademi Award for their contribution to Qawwali.[3][4] Nazeer Ahmed Khan Warsi and Naseer Ahmed Khan Warsi and Brothers have performed concerts in a number of cities in India as well as in many other countries.[5]

They perform at the dargah of Syed Shah Yousufuddin in Nampally every Thursday night from midnight.

References

  1. ^ a b http://www.qawwalwarsibrothers.com/
  2. ^ "Divining divine music". thehindu.com. 20 October 2011. Retrieved 2011.
  3. ^ "Cur_Title".
  4. ^ "SNA || List of Awardees".
  5. ^ "Warsi Brothers".

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