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=Track List= 1. Maha Ganapathim 00:00 2. Nee Paadame 09:09 3. Yaaro Ivar Yaaro 19:07 4. Ranjani Niranjani 22:47 5. Bhavanutha 28:04 6. Krishna Nee Begane Baaro 47:14 7. Kuzhaloodhi 52:20 Uppalapu Srinivas (Telugu: ఉప్పలపు శ్రీనివాస్; 28 February 1969 – 19 September 2014) was an Indian mandolin player and composer of the Carnatic musical tradition of Southern India. A child prodigy, he made his debut in 1978, and came to be popularly known as Mandolin Srinivas. Over the next four decades, he toured across the world, and collaborated with ohn McLaughlin,Michael Nyman, and Michael Brook. Srinivas was born 28 February 1969, in Palakol in Andhra Pradesh. At the age of six he picked up his father U. Satyanarayana's mandolin, after he heard it played at a concert he attended with his father. Upon realising the talent of his son, his father who had studied classical music, bought him a new mandolin, and started teaching him.He started with the acoustic mandolin, though later he switched to the electric mandolin as he felt it allowed making long notes clearly audible. He was the first musician to use electric mandolin in Carnatic music, he even modified a difficult electric western instrument, using five strings instead of traditional eight, to suit the Carnatic pitch, raga system, and especially gamakas, and nuanced oscillations. He was awarded the Padma Shri in 1998 by Government of India, and the Sangeet Natak Akademi Award in 2009. He was a follower and devotee of Sri Sathya Sai Baba and he had performed before him on several occasions. ==Track Details== Track - Maha Ganapathim Artist - Mandolin U.Srinivas Lyr & Comp - Dikshitar Track - Nee Paadame Artist - Mandolin U.Srinivas Lyr & Comp - G. N. Balasubramaniam Track - Yaaro Ivar Yaaro Artist - Mandolin U.Srinivas Lyr & Comp - Arunachala Kavirayar Track - Ranjani Niranjani Artist - Mandolin U.Srinivas Lyr & Comp - G. N. Balasubramaniam Track - Bhavanutha Artist - Mandolin U.Srinivas Lyr & Comp - Thyagaraja Track - Krishna Nee Begane Baaro Artist - Mandolin U.Srinivas Lyr & Comp - Kanakadaasar Track - Kuzhaloodhi Artist - Mandolin U.Srinivas Lyr & Comp - Oothukadu Venkata Subbaiyer For More Visit us at: http://www.facebook.com/inreco.hindusthan https://www.youtube.com/user/janaganain http://www.youtube.com/user/TheVintageGlory https://www.youtube.com/user/ClassicalCarnatic https://twitter.com/inrhind http://www.janagana.in/ http://digital.janagana.in http://blog.janagana.in
Svatantra 2014: Carnatic Music thematic presentation Ramanatakam by Dr. Sowmya, Nisha Rajagopal and party
Live performance by Nedunuri Krishnamurthy For more Carnatic Music Videos visit http://www.kalakendra.com/shopping/carnatic-music-c-123_134.html Nedunuri Krishnamurthy (born October 10, 1927) is a famous Indian Carnatic vocalist. His tonal quality and "Continuity" are his special assets. Nedunuri Krishnamurthy worked as Principal of S.V.College of Music and Dance, Tirupati; M.R.Government College of Music and Dance, Vizianagaram; Government College of Music and Dance, Secunderabad; and retired as Principal of G.V.R Government College of Music and Dance, Vijayawada in 1985. He was Dean of Faculty of the Fine Arts and Chairman of Board of Studies in Music of Sri Venkateswara University and Nagarjuna University. He immensely contributed to Annamacharya Project of the TTD (Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams) in tuning most of the "Annamacharya" kritis as we know them today. Krishna Gana Sabha, Madras, conferred on 'Nedunuri' with the title "Sangeetha Choodamani" in the year 1976. The Music Academy, Madras conferred on him the most prestigious title of "Sangeeta Kalanidhi" in the year 1991. He has been appointed as the 'Asthana Vidwan' of the Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams and also of Sri Kanchi Kamakoti Peetham.Performing Artiste since 1945 -- SIX DECADES OF MUSICAL CAREER. Nada Yogi Nedunuri is a music connoisseur's delight. Prestigious Record -- Performing at the "MADRAS MUSIC ACADEMY" for more than Five Decades
The duet by sisters Saraswathi and Krishnaveni, on 28th nov 2013 for Madhuradhwani , was a good inclusion during the season and their performance was well received.In this kamboji kriti we can see thier free flow of ideas in the alapana and kriti rendering; a fine support from Usha Rajagopalan on violin and BVS Prasad on Mridangam and D V Venkatasubramaniam on Ghatam made the concert enjoable.
Chong Chiu Sen is a disciple of the late Smt D.K. Pattammal (Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India) and continued under her grand-daughter Smt. Gayathri Sundararaman. He also learned some voice culture techniques under a renowned master Sri Madurai G.S. Mani and currently he is learning under Shri Sampogodu Vighnaraja to enhance his singing skills. With Bhagavan's grace, he was invited to perform in The Music Academy during the annual conference in the morning session as a special performance. He also performed in the Spirit of Unity Concert many years back. He shared... I finally fulfilled my Guru or God-Grandmother Smt DK Pattammal wish. She always wanted me to be a singer. To sing infront of Swami is my dream since young, My Guru once said: Mohan, you must sing in Puttaparthi! Finally i got a chance to sing. I knew deep down in my Guru's heart she always wanted to see Swami but unfortunately due to her health, she was no able to do so. This time, i am so glad that i able to dedicate a song to the Lotus Feet of Swami on her behalf as a student and god-grandson. I thank Swami for this golden opportunity. I have nothing else to ask for. Even if i leave this world tomorrow, i have no regret. I am sure my late father is happy for me too. I am not sharing as a musician, artiste, singer or vocalist. I am sharing all this as a student of my Guru and as a child of Mother Sai.. Said Chiu Sen. The 5 languages Concert list: [Varnam] Ninnukori -Raga: Mohanam (Telugu) Ninnujoochi -Raga: Saurashtram -Tala: Adi -Composer: PSI (Telugu+Sanskrit) Rama Neepai -Raga: Kedaram -Tala: Adi -Composer: Thyagaraja (Telugu) Main Items (Raga: Mohanam) Thiruvasagam -Paal Ninainduthum composed by Manikkar Vasagar (Thamizh) Taandava Stotram composed by Raavana (Sanskrit) Nagalingam Namami Satatam composed by Muthuswami Dikshithar (Sanskrit) Sai Bhajana Bina Mera Jeevan Suna (Sai Bhajan) composed by Chiu Sen (Hindi) Bho Shambho in Raga Revathi (Sanskrit) Bhagyada Lakshmi Baramma in Raga Mishra Bauli by Purandaradasar (Kannada) Mangalam...
Dr.Pantula Rama-vocal Sri.M.S.N.Murthy-violin Sri.Nanjil A.R.Arul-Mridangam Sri.Kottayam Muraleedharan-Morsing Live concert held in connection with Ekadasi Mahotsavam at Kuzhoor Sree Subramanya Swami Temple
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LIVE RECORDING FROM THE DARBAR FESTIVAL 2013 SATURDAY 21 SEPTEMBER 2013 ICONIC SITAR TO MESMERISING CARNATIC RAGAS Sudha Ragunathan (carnatic vocal) Jyotsna Shrikanth (violin) Patri Satish Kumar (mridangam) RN Prakash (ghatam) Kiruthika Nardaraja (tanpura) Sudha Ragunathan, known for her enchanting voice, is the most highly regarded disciple of legendary singer M L Vasanta Kumari and the most eminent singer in the South Indian devotional Carnatic tradition. A trio of Carnatic heavy weights will accompany her on Raga Abheri Purcell Room at Queen Elizabeth Hall, 6.30pm All rights reserved ©2013 Darbar Arts Culture Heritage Trust
Carnatic Vocal duet by Vid. Smt. Ranjani & Vid. Smt. Gayatri in Nada Mantapa on Saptami, 11th October 2013 during Devi Navaratri Navavarana Puja by Parama Pujya Sri Ganapathy Sachchidananda Swamiji at Avadhoota Datta Peetham, Mysore, India. In this video they play a Swarkshara composition of Pujya Sri Swamiji in Raga Natabhairavi.
Vishnubhotla sisters-vocal, Smt.Vishnubhotla saraswathi, Smt.Vishnubhotla krishnaveni, Smt.B.V.Durgabhavani-violin, Sri.B.V.S.Prasad-mridangam,Sri M.Haribabu-ghatam,Lankas, Laya nada kala sravanthi,Lanka venkateswarlu samsmaranotsavamulu 2013, 5th day, purushottamuda neevu, revagupthi ragam
Songs :: ♪ Bhaja Govindam ▬ 00:00 ♪ Kurai Onrum Illai ▬ 10:59 ♪ Varuga Varugave ▬ 14:53 ♪ Koluvudee Bhakthi Kondala ▬ 18:38 ♪ Bhavamu Lona ▬ 24:06 ♪ Srimannarayan ▬ 29:13 ♪ Maithreem Bhajatha ▬ 33:48 ♪ Vandadum Cholai ▬ 36:15 ♪ Brahma Kadigina Paadamu ▬ 42:32 ♪ Oli Padaitha Kanninai ▬ 46:58 M.S.Subbalakshmi was a renowned Carnatic vocalist. She was the first musician ever to be awarded the Bharat Ratna, India's highest civilian honor. She is the first Indian musician to receive the Ramon Magsaysay award, often considered Asia's Nobel Prize in 1974. Song Details :: Song : Bhaja Govindam Raga : Ragamalika Tala : Adi Artist : M.S.Subhalakshmi Vocal Support : Radha Vishwanathan Lyricist : Adi Shankaracharaya Song : Kurai Onrum Illai Raga : Ragamalika Tala : Adi Artist : M.S. Subbulakshmi Vocal Support : Radha Vishwanathan Music Director : Poojya Rajaji Lyricist : C.Rajagopalachari Song : Varuga Varugave Raga : Mohanam Tala : Adi Artist : M.S. Subbulakshmi Music Director : Ambujam Krishna Lyricist : Ambujam Krishna Song : Koluvudee Bhakthi Kondala Raga : Kedaragowla Tala : Adi Artist : M.S.Subbulakshmi Vocal Support : Radha Vishwanathan Music Director : Sri Annamacharya Lyricist : Sri Annamacharya Song : Bhavamu Lona Raga : Suddha Dhanyasi Artist : M.S Subbulakshmi Vocal Support : Radha Vishwanathan Music Director : Annamacharya Lyricist : Annamacharya Song : Srimannarayan Raga : Bhwoli Tala : Adi Artist : M.S.Subbulakshmi Vocal Support : Radha Vishwanathan Music Director : Annamacharya Lyricist : Annamacharya Song : Maithreem Bhajatha Raga : Ragamalika Tala : Adi Artist : M.S.Subhalakshmi Vocal Support : Radha Vishwanathan Music Director : H. H. Sri Sankaracharya Song : Vandadum Cholai Tala : Rupakam Artist : M.S.Subbulakshmi Vocal Support : Radha Vishwanathan Music Director : Kalki R.Krishnamurthy Song : Brahma Kadigina Paadamu Raga : Mukhari Tala : Adi Artist : M.S.Subbulakshmi Vocal Support : Radha Vishwanathan Lyricist : Annamacharya Song : Oli Padaitha Kanninai Tala : Adi(Tisranadai) Artist : M.S.Subbulakshmi Vocal Support : Radha Vishwanathan Music Director : Subramania Bharathi Label :: Saregama For more videos log on & subscribe to our channel : http://www.youtube.com/saregamaclassical For more updates Follow us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Saregama Follow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/Saregamaindia
Please like this page http://www.facebook.com/sangam.music This is a recording of Raga Malkauns/ Hindolam respectively of Hindustani and Carnatic Music. The first composition is a traditional Hindustani Music composition "Dheeta Langara" set to Ek Tala, followed by a Carnatic Music composition "Samaja Varagamana" set to Adi Talam. Following this a percussion duet between the Tabla and Mridangam and the performance is concluded with a self composed Tarana based on Teen Tala. The performers are: Avinash Kumar - Hindustani Vocal Sowmya Gurucharan - Carnatic Vocal Soumitra Thakur - Sitar Rajeev Prasanna - Hindustani Flute Mahavir Chandravat - Tabla Manohar Balatchandirane - Mridangam
SAPNA PRESENTS 2012 NRITHYA SANGITA, SANKEERTANA, GANA RAVALI SEPTEMBER 29-30 SRI VENKATESWARA TEMPLE AURORA, ILLINOIS DR. RAMA PANTULA IN CONCERT PART FOURTEEN VOCAL: DR. RAMA PANTULA VIOLIN: M.S.N. MURTHY MRIDANGAM: TANJORE MURUGABHOOPATHY VIDEOGRAPHY: DR. NAG RAO
Smt. Ranjani Smt. Gayathri at Thyagaraja Aradhana 27-01-2013.
Here are the names of Vocalists and the names of the songs: 1. K. J. Yesudas — Maha Ganapathim, Ragam Nattai, Composer Muthuswamy Dikshithar (1775-1835) 2. M. S. Subbulakshmi — Raghuvamsa sudha 3. Dr M Balamuralikrishna — Raga Kathanakuthookalam —Thillana 4. Bombay Sisters —Varnam — Raga Suddha Dhanyasi 5. Semmangudi Radhakrishna Srinivasa Iyer —Nagumomu— Abheri 6. D K Pattammal — Raag Bilahari — Thillana 7. Ariyakudi Ramanuja Iyengar—Palinchu kamakshi — Madhyamavathi 8. Priya Sisters—Ramaneesamana Karaharapriya Carnatic music (Sanskrit: Karnāṭaka saṃgīta) is a system of music commonly associated with the southern part of the Indian subcontinent, with its area roughly confined to four modern states of India: Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Kerala, and Tamil Nadu. It is one of two main sub-genres of Indian classical music that evolved from ancient Vedic traditions; the other sub-genre being Hindustani music, which emerged as a distinct form because of Persian and Islamic influences in North India. In contrast to Hindustani music, the main emphasis in Carnatic music is on vocal music; most compositions are written to be sung, and even when played on instruments, they are meant to be performed in gāyaki (singing) style. Although there are stylistic differences, the basic elements of śruti (the relative musical pitch), swara (the musical sound of a single note), rāga (the mode or melodic formulæ), and tala (the rhythmic cycles) form the foundation of improvisation and composition in both Carnatic and Hindustani music. Although improvisation plays an important role, Carnatic music is mainly sung through compositions, especially the kriti (or kirtanam) -- a form developed between the 14th and 20th centuries by composers such as Purandara Dasa and the Trinity of Carnatic music. Carnatic music is also usually taught and learnt through compositions. Carnatic music is usually performed by a small ensemble of musicians, consisting of a principal performer (usually a vocalist), a melodic accompaniment (usually a violin), a rhythm accompaniment (usually a mridangam), and a tambura, which acts as a drone throughout the performance. Other typical instruments used in performances may include the ghatam, kanjira, morsing, venu flute, veena, and chitraveena. The most outstanding performances, and the greatest concentration of Carnatic musicians, are found in the city of Chennai. Various festivals are held throughout India and abroad which mainly consist of Carnatic music performances, like the Madras Music Season which has been considered as one of the world's largest cultural events. Like all art forms in Indian culture, Indian classical music is believed to be a divine art form which originated from the Devas and Devis (Vedic Gods and Goddesses), and is venerated as symbolic of nāda brāhman. Ancient treatises also describe the connection of the origin of the swaras, or notes, to the sounds of animals and birds and man's effort to simulate these sounds through a keen sense of observation and perception. The Sama Veda, which is believed to have laid the foundation for Indian classical music, consists of hymns from the Rigveda, set to musical tunes which would be sung using three to seven musical notes during Vedic yajnas. The Yajur-Veda, which mainly consists of sacrificial formulae, mentions the veena as an accompaniment to vocal recitations. References to Indian classical music are made in many ancient texts, including epics like the Ramayana and Mahabharata. The Yajnavalkya Smriti mentions vīṇāvādana tattvajñaḥ śrutijātiviśāradaḥ tālajñaścāprayāsena mokṣamārgaṃ niyacchati ("The one who is well versed in veena, one who has the knowledge of srutis and one who is adept in tala, attains salvation without doubt"). Carnatic music is based as it is today on musical concepts (including swara, raga, and tala) that were described in detail in several ancient works, particularly the Silappadhikaram by Ilango Adigal, and Bharata's Natya Shastra. Here are the names of Vocalists and the names of the songs: 1. K. J. Yesudas — Maha Ganapathim, Ragam Nattai, Composer Muthuswamy Dikshithar (1775-1835) 2. M. S. Subbulakshmi — Raghuvamsa sudha 3. Dr M Balamuralikrishna — Raga Kathanakuthookalam —Thillana 4. Bombay Sisters —Varnam — Sri Raja Mathangi 5. Semmangudi Radhakrishna Srinivasa Iyer —Nagumomu— Abheri 6. D K Pattammal — Raag Bilahari — Thillana 7. Ariyakudi Ramanuja Iyengar—Palinchu kamakshi — Madhyamavathi 8. Priya Sisters—Ramaneesamana Karaharapriya
Vocal : Vid. Kodampally Sreeranjini Pradeep Violin : Vid. Kodampally Gopakumar Mridangam : Vid. Shivashankar Swamy Ghatom : Vid. Perukavu Sudheer Occation : 116th concert of Shruti Sindhura Academy of Music Bangalore
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Isai Payanam with Charulatha Mani Raga Bhairavi in Carnatic Music See "A Raga's Journey - Bewitching Bhairavi" - http://charulathamani.blogspot.in/2012/07/ragas-journey-bewitching-bhairavi.html Comparison of Ragas Bhairavi and Mukhari: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL0IoH26Ut8bIitglEs2Nzq9aRW8h-9nTt
A divine varnam composed by Harikesanallur Muthiah Bagavathar in praise of the Divine Mother, sung beautifully by the famous Carnatic duo, the Bombay Sisters. Raga : Udayaravichandrika@Suddha Dhanyasi Tala : Adi Album : Popular Varnams ***NO COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT INTENDED***
Nadopasana Music Trust - Ms. Dwaram Mangathayaru - Violin Solo Venue: Srinivasa Sastri Hall, Luz, Mylapore. Date : 5-3-2012
Carnatic Gems - 15 Marivere Dikkevarayya Rama
V Krishnaveni - Violin BVS Prasad - Mridangam M Haribabu - Ghatam Srinivasa Gopalan - Morsing
Krishnaveni performing Violin Solo concert. She is also proficient in singing Indian Classical Karnatak Music and sings alongwith her siser Saraswathi and they are popularly known as Vishnubhatla sisters
Concert held at Tyagaraja Sangeetha Sabhai, Mylapore. Vocal: Semmangudi Srinivasa Iyer Vocal Support: V. Subramaniam & Paalai Ramachandran Viola: Dr. M. Balamurali Krishna Mridangam: T.K. Moorthy Kanjira: G. Harishankar Thanks to T.V. Gopalakrishnan from Sangeethapriya.org for sharing the original recording with us. Video digitised from VHS.
Jain Temple Concert - Aug 2011 - by Siri Sruthi Sarva accompanied on violin by Sruti Sarathy and on mridangam by Vignesh Venkataraman
Vishnubhatla sisters in a chamber concert
Carnatic (Indian Classical) Concert held at the Arsha Vidya Gurukulam (AVG) during Swamiji Dayananada Saraswathi's 80th Birthday Celebrations. Vocal - Vijay Narayan Violin - Siddharth Ashokkumar Mridangam - Rajna Swaminathan
O Raghunandana is a Ramadasa krithi tuned by sri M. S. N. Murhty. Sri M. S. N. Murthy - Violin Sri
carnatic music Master K Sathyanarayana 4.- At Ambattur - Chennai - On 13th Sep 2010.Violin Sri Venkatasubramanian Miruthangam Thillaisthanam Suryanarayana Ghadam Chandrasekara Sharma. Master Sathyanarayana playing carnatic music in keyboard from the age of six. He is a gifted child and all must encourage him. just spend few minutes.
Sudha Ragunathan - Maamavathu - Hindolam - Aadhi - Mysore Vasudevacharya Vocal - Sudha Ragunathan Violin - Embar Kannan Mridangam - Patri Sathish Kumar Morsing - R. Raman
Featured is the performance by Sri Sanjay Subrahmanyan on a Swathi composition, Palayasadha at the Swathi Sangeethotsavam or Music Festival 2010 in the Kuthira Malika Palace at East fort, Thiruvananthapuram in Kerala. For more information on this video click - http://www.indiavideo.org/music/swathi-music-festival-kerala-sanjay-3638.php#Desc Video by http://www.invismultimedia.com
Narayanate Namo Namo an Annamayya Krithi sung by Neeraja Vishnubhatla (B-hi Grade artist AIR). Please rate this song.
Bombay Sisters sing Maha Ganapathim at Filmnagar Temple, Hyderabad
Bombay Sisters Sing Shambho Mahadeva (Om Namah Shivaya), Carnatic Devotional Song at Filmnagar Temple, Hyderabad
At Shiva Vishnu Temple, Miami Smt. Kamakshi Kalyanasundaram - Vocal Shri S. Ramakrishnan - Violin Dr. Ramakrishnan - mridangam
01.Dhenuka Ragam Artists : Sri Dwaram Narasinga Rao Naidu Accompanied on Violin by his son Sri Dwaram Durga Prasad Rao, on the Mridangam by Sri kolanka Venkata Raju and on the sruti box by Sri Ivaturi Vijayeswara Rao
Ganesh and Kumaresh (South Indian Carnatic Violin). Accompanied by Patri Satish Kumar and R.N. Prakash A violin duet that combines Indian classicism with more contemporary styles by brothers Ganesh and Kumaresh. The recital presents a series of pre-composed and improvised pieces where the pace builds up and slows down in geometric progressions within complex rhythmic patterns.
Sanmaanam by students to Dr. Pantula Rama and M S N Murthy
A fusion piece in Rathipathipriya being performed by the team- Sathyanarayanan-Keyboard, Embar Kannan-Silent Violin, Poongulam Subramaniam-Mridangam & Khanjira, Sriram Ramesh-Rhythm pads & Morsing
Revathi Subramanian singing Parasakthi Manu (Saveri) at San Diego during Thyagaraja Festival on May 24, 2009. Accompaniments are: Radhakrishnan Ramachandran (Flute), Raamkumar Balamurthy (Mridangam) and Kalyan Vaidhyanathan (Kanjira)
Thodi - Raga Alapana - Trichy Ramesh - Vocal - Sandeep Bharadwaj - Violin - Concert on May 4, 2009
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