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19 September 2016 ~ 0 Comments

Swarajathi Bhairavi

This kriti “Amba Kamakshi” was composed on the goddess at Kanchi “Kamakshi” by the great Shyama Sastri. This kriti is a call of the child’s soul to the divine mother “Amba”. Each and every person can relate to this call to the divine. Composition: Kamakshi     Composer: Syama Sastri Raga:  Bhairavi                           Mela: Natabhairavi – 20 Type:  […]

14 September 2016 ~ 0 Comments

Lyrics for the varnam Sankarabharanam

Veena Kuppayyar (1798–1860) was an exponent of Veena and a composer of Carnatic music. He was a student of the famous composer Thyagaraja swamigal. Kuppayar composed his songs in language of Telugu (his mother tongue) and has left behind a number of popular kritis. Veena Kuppayya was born in a Telugu Brahmin family in Tiruvottiyur, […]

22 August 2013 ~ 0 Comments

SrisriAnna 80th Jayanthi

The Omnipotent, Omnipresent Lord, the Almighty comes down on this earth from time to time due to his abundant love and grace towards us.This holy land of Bharath has given to this world many avatara purushas since time immemorial. Sri Sri Krishna Premi Maharaj fondly known as Sri.Anna is a combination of all the various facets […]

14 May 2012 ~ 0 Comments

The aesthetics of Carnatic concert music

Although the word “aesthetic” may immediately evoke a fuzzy idea, most musical genres have a well-defined and well-orchestrated aesthetic that is readily understood by the initiated. For example, a rock concert is charged by an atmosphere of raw power, high volume, a deep rumbling bass and the wailing of intentionally distorted electric strings, not to […]

01 February 2012 ~ 0 Comments

Maharajapuram Viswanatha Iyer award

The Maharajapuram Viswanatha Iyer memorial award, being presented annually by the Maharajapuram Viswanatha Iyer Trust, this year, goes to mridanga vidwan Mannargudi Easwaran.   The award is in memory of Maharajapuram Viswanatha Iyer, a musician non-pareil who carved a niche for himself in the world of Carnatic music. His son Maharajapuram Santhanam, followed in his […]

02 January 2012 ~ 0 Comments

Need to enhance funding for classical music, says Y.V. Reddy

There is a need to enhance finance for classical music just as there is an urgency to restore classical values in finance, Y.V. Reddy, the former Governor of the Reserve Bank of India, said on Sunday. Mr. Reddy, who presented the Sangita Kalanidhi title to mridangam maestro Trichy Sankaran at ‘Sadas,’ the finale of the […]

04 November 2011 ~ 0 Comments

Pancharatnam Of Sri Thyagaraja Swamigal

About pancharatnam                       The term Pancharatna in Sanskrit means five gems. The Pancharatnas are known as the five finest gems of carnatic music. All the Pancharatnas are set to adi thalam. They are set in perfect sarvalaghu and contain all the musical and mathematical wonders […]

19 December 2013 ~ 0 Comments

Sumitra Vasudev Concert in Music academy

03 December 2013 ~ 0 Comments

Mahalakshmi Jaganmatha

This song is a very nice  composition of  Thiru.Papanasam sivan.   https://soundcloud.com/ramsankar1969/mahalaksmi

07 August 2013 ~ 0 Comments

Distinctly classical

CHARULATHA MANI Certain ragas occupy a distinctive place in classical music, while they are glossed over in film music. This is because they are grammatically complex and rule-driven. Also, their prayogas are special, exclusive and, sometimes, even peculiar. Raga Gowla is a ghana raga, an ancient and auspicious one that finds mention in musical treatistes […]