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Harry Potter - The Ultimate Indian Theme

Mahesh Raghvan did another traditional Indian cover of a modern classic. Here he shows us what Hogwarts would sound like in India. I love these covers that really reimagine the track in a new light.

Video Description:

If Hogwarts opens in India, this is going to be the school song! Enjoy this Indian version of 'Hedwig's Theme' composed by John Williams as part of the Harry Potter Soundtrack. The video features some fantastic VFX and Cinematography by my good friends Tharun Joseph and Amitha Arun.

Tharun Joseph (VFX and Cinematography)
http://www.tharunj.com

Mahesh Raghvan (iPad (Geoshred) and Music Production):
Facebook - https://facebook.com/followingmahesh
Twitter - https://twitter.com/followingmahesh
Music - http://www.carnaticmusicfusion.com

App Used: GeoShred - http://www.wizdommusic.com/products/g...
The violin sound is GeoShred controlling Audio Modelling's SWAM Violin - http://audiomodeling.com/

Reader Comments 2

It's delightful. I've transcribed that main theme and a couple others for school bands. I noticed one wrong melody note, but all-in-all, it's a pretty faithful transcription.

The addition of all the melismatic ornamentation (am I using that term right?) makes it like an alternative story of wizards from the east.
November 13, 2017  | favorite_border stub
I need to practice some GeoShred!!
November 15, 2017  | person_outline Dan
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