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Welcome to musictraining.in this blog is personally maintained by S.Sriram ( founder of Ragarasam ). Here we will update details about Classical music training and more informations about music around the world.
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03 December 2013 ~ 0 Comments

Mahalakshmi Jaganmatha

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

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 […]

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 […]

07 August 2013 ~ 0 Comments

Sangita Kalanidhi for Sudha Ragunathan

Vocalist Sudha Ragunathan, a student of the late M.L. Vasanthakumari (MLV), who has evolved a mellifluous singing style of her own, has been chosen for theSangita Kalanidhi award of the Music Academy for 2013. Among the first in her generation to get the prestigious award, Ms. Ragunathan was the unanimous choice of the executive committee of […]

15 April 2013 ~ 0 Comments

72 Melakartha Scheme

The “ka-Ta-pa-ya” scheme and its application to Melakarta raagas of Carnatic music The ka-Ta-pa-ya scheme:        The “ka-Ta-pa-ya” rule used by ancient Indian mathematicians and grammarians is a tool to map names to numbers. Writing the consonants of the Sanskrit alphabet as four groups with “ka, Ta, pa, ya” as the beginning letters […]

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 […]