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    Learn Carnatic Music Lesson Saralevarisai

    Learn Carnatic Music Lesson Saralevarisai

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    Carnatic Music Lessons - Theory of Sapta Tala

    Learn Carnatic Music from experienced teachers in Gurukula Series "Gurukula", a product that offers step-by step lessons in Classical Carnatic Music. Presented by Prof. Mysore Nagamani Srinath, an acclaimed concert musician of international repute and a disciple of the maestro, Ramnad Krishnan, these DVDs and Audio CDs lead the user in a systematic manner through the fundamentas of classical carnatic music. Following the traditional system of Gurukula teaching where the students listen, learn and repeat what the the teacher teaches, these DVDs and audio CDs caters to the needs of not only beginners in music but also serves as a valuable resource for senior students of music, teachers of music and music lovers as well. The elementary lessons (sarali varisai, dhatu varisai, jantai varisai, alankaras) have been presented in full, as also certain select geethams, shlokas, jatiswarams, varnams, keertanam, thillanas and padams. Prof. Nagamani Srinath also guides the user through the nuances of manodharma sangeetham (raga alapana, kalpana swara, neraval, tanam and pallavi). Further, this series also takes the user through an audio-visual explanation of certain key theoretical concepts such as nada, sthayi, sapta tala, raga, geetham, janaka raga and janya raga, jatiswara and tana varnam. Accompanying each of the DVDs is a booklet in English with the complete text and notations of songs taught.

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    Learn Carnatic Music - Lesson Jatiswara

    Gurukula - Jatiswara Lessons - Learn Carnatic Music Following the traditional system of Gurukula teaching where the students listen, learn and repeat what the the teacher teaches, these DVDs and audio CDs caters to the needs of not only beginners in music but also serves as a valuable resource for senior students of music, teachers of music and music lovers as well. The elementary lessons (sarali varisai, dhatu varisai, jantai varisai, alankaras) have been presented in full, as also certain select geethams, shlokas, jatiswarams, varnams, keertanam, thillanas and padams. Prof. Nagamani Srinath also guides the user through the nuances of manodharma sangeetham (raga alapana, kalpana swara, neraval, tanam and pallavi). Further, this series also takes the user through an audio-visual explanation of certain key theoretical concepts such as nada, sthayi, sapta tala, raga, geetham, janaka raga and janya raga, jatiswara and tana varnam. Accompanying each of the DVDs is a booklet in English with the complete text and notations of songs taught.

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    Learn Carnatic Music - Basic Theory

    Swathi Soft Solutions proudly presents as part of its Sanskriti Series, "Gurukula, a product that offers step-by step lessons in Classical Carnatic Music. Presented by Prof. Mysore Nagamani Srinath, an acclaimed concert musician of international repute and a disciple of the maestro, Ramnad Krishnan, these DVDs and Audio CDs lead the user in a systematic manner through the fundamentas of classical carnatic music. Following the traditional system of Gurukula teaching where the students listen, learn and repeat what the the teacher teaches, these DVDs and audio CDs caters to the needs of not only beginners in music but also serves as a valuable resource for senior students of music, teachers of music and music lovers as well. The elementary lessons (sarali varisai, dhatu varisai, jantai varisai, alankaras) have been presented in full, as also certain select geethams, shlokas, jatiswarams, varnams, keertanam, thillanas and padams. Prof. Nagamani Srinath also guides the user through the nuances of manodharma sangeetham (raga alapana, kalpana swara, neraval, tanam and pallavi). Further, this series also takes the user through an audio-visual explanation of certain key theoretical concepts such as nada, sthayi, sapta tala, raga, geetham, janaka raga and janya raga, jatiswara and tana varnam. Accompanying each of the DVDs is a booklet in English with the complete text and notations of songs taught. While these instructional products are in no way intended to replace the traditional transmission of knowledge in a practical one-on-one manner of the guru-sishya parampara, we hope that these DVDs and audio CDs will help the enthusiastic beginner to understand the fundamentals of classical music in the convenience of their own time and personal space, while also serving as a systematic reference guide for senior students to hone their skills further. To purchase this product as individual DVDs and audio CDs or as a bulk pack, please visit www.kalakendra.com/shopping.

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    Learn Carnatic Music - Lesson Pillari Geetha Lambodara

    Swathi Soft Solutions proudly presents as part of its Sanskriti Series, "Gurukula, a product that offers step-by step lessons in Classical Carnatic Music. Presented by Prof. Mysore Nagamani Srinath, an acclaimed concert musician of international repute and a disciple of the maestro, Ramnad Krishnan, these DVDs and Audio CDs lead the user in a systematic manner through the fundamentas of classical carnatic music. Following the traditional system of Gurukula teaching where the students listen, learn and repeat what the the teacher teaches, these DVDs and audio CDs caters to the needs of not only beginners in music but also serves as a valuable resource for senior students of music, teachers of music and music lovers as well. The elementary lessons (sarali varisai, dhatu varisai, jantai varisai, alankaras) have been presented in full, as also certain select geethams, shlokas, jatiswarams, varnams, keertanam, thillanas and padams. Prof. Nagamani Srinath also guides the user through the nuances of manodharma sangeetham (raga alapana, kalpana swara, neraval, tanam and pallavi). Further, this series also takes the user through an audio-visual explanation of certain key theoretical concepts such as nada, sthayi, sapta tala, raga, geetham, janaka raga and janya raga, jatiswara and tana varnam. Accompanying each of the DVDs is a booklet in English with the complete text and notations of songs taught. While these instructional products are in no way intended to replace the traditional transmission of knowledge in a practical one-on-one manner of the guru-sishya parampara, we hope that these DVDs and audio CDs will help the enthusiastic beginner to understand the fundamentals of classical music in the convenience of their own time and personal space, while also serving as a systematic reference guide for senior students to hone their skills further. To purchase this product as individual DVDs and audio CDs or as a bulk pack, please visit www.kalakendra.com/shopping.

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    Sri nidhi - Wonder Kid of Carnatic Music

    Here Sri Nidhi is in Madras where the vidwans tested her before her name was entered into Limca Book of records. Here she is almost 4 years old.

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    Maha Ganapati | Carnatic Classical | Shankar Mahadevan | Raag - Hansdhwani

    This episode features Aalaap of raag Hansadhwani and Maha Ganapathi track by Shankar Mahadevan, Indian music composer and singer. His 'breathless' song gave him huge popularity. Idea Jalsa - 'Music for the soul', is a music reality series on Indian classical music, Idea Jalsa is conceived by Durga Jasraj who is also the producer of the show. Artist - Maha Ganapati Raag - Hansdhwani Taal - Aditaal Tabla - Yogesh Samsi Mridangam - Shridhar Parthasarthy Harmonium - Mukund Petkar Violin - Narayan Pathsarthy Ghatam - R. Sakatidharan Flute - Aman Oak Subscribe for Regular Updates : Like Us On : Follow Us On : Circle Us On :

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    Sarali varisai 1 - 14 G #

    If you are aspiring to learn Carnatic Music through the Online medium, please feel free to visit to my website www.learncarnaticmusic-online.com for more details

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    CVOC Beginner Carnatic Vocal Om Book Example 1

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    Learn Carnatic Vocal - Varasiddhi Vinayaka by Suguna Varadachari - from Kriti Anubhuti

    KRITI ANUBHUTI - Learn rare Compositions from a Veteran In this Product, Smt.Suguna Varadachari teaches 5 meticulously chosen rare compositions of great composers. Each of these kritis are replete with raga bhava making them ideal choices for concerts. Aspiring students and musicians can have an enriching experience learning these monumental pieces from a veteran of music. This is a product of colossal worth for students and musicians. Smt. Suguna Varadachari, an eminent Carnatic musician is a store house of abundant knowledge. She stands for all that is traditional, classical and chaste in music. Music is her way of life and teaching is her passion. Under the Government of India Scholarship, she trained under the legendary Musiri Subramaniya Iyer, who nourished her with the very nuances of classicism and aesthetics in music and later from Calcutta Krishnamurthy, a distinguished musician, composer and a teacher par excellence. Smt. Suguna served in the Department of Music, University of Madras for 20 years training students with utmost dedication and sincerity. An 'A' Grade artist of the All India Radio, she has carved a niche for herself for her uncompromising adherence to tradition. She has traveled widely enthralling international audiences with her refined and scholastic music. She is extremely adept in unraveling the intricacies of a composition to students and her rendition of any aspect of music is lucid and pedagogic. She is a recipient of several awards including the Sangeetha Acharya award at the Cleveland Thyagaraja Utsavam for the year 2008. Contents No Kriti Raga Tala Composer 1 Varasiddhi Vinayaka Kanada Adi Muthayya Bhagavathar 2 Gangadhara Purvikalyani Rupakam Mysore Sadashiva Rao 3 Elatheliyalero Darbar Misra Chapu Thyagaraja 4 Triloka mata Paras Adi Shyama Sastri 5 Sri Vanchanatham Suruti Adi Muthuswami Dikshithar

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    Shankar Mahadevan Online Music Academy

    Learn more about Shankar Mahadevan's unique approach to teaching Indian classical music online .For more details visit : Glad to inform that the Academy has grown well through out the world

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    Chembai Vaidyanatha Bhagavathar Musical Festival | Episode 20

    A tribute to the carnatic music singer Chembai Vaidhyanatha Bhagavathar by the famous playback singers and musicians. Playback Singer K J Yesudas is performing in this episode.

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    Carnatic Music Lecture Demonstration by Vidushi Dr S Sowmya

    Carnatic Music Lecture Demonstration by Vidushi Dr S Sowmya

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    Unheard MS Subbulakshmi | Carnatic Audio Jukebox

    Tracks: 00:00 Maate Malayadhwaja 07:37 Naradamuni Vedalina 21:06 Kaliyugadalli 26:28 Kannathandri Naapai 33:20 Enneramum Undan 40:12 Akhilandeshwari 46:41 Challare Rama 51:31 Aliveni 58:45 Azhukku Meipodum 01:02:10 Sundara Te Dhyana 01:07:45 Maitreem Bhajata 01:10:00 Mangalam For More Updates: Subscribe to us on: Follow us on: Like us on: Follow us on:

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    Sa Re Ga Ma Pa Practise

    Sa Re Ga Ma Pa Practise

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    prachotan at the age of 3 years identifying carnatic music ragas

    Prachotan introduced as a special guest by SP Balasubrahmanyam garu in MAA TV Padalani Vundi program at the age of 3 years for identifying carnatic music ragas in presence of Music director Mani Sarma garu.

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    THYAGARAJA ARADHANA - 2 Feb 2013

    South India's famous musical fiesta, Thyagaraja Aradhana, found a new meaning and renewed fulfilment when an ensemble of 75 musicians joined together offering Thyagaraja Pancharatna Krithis rendition at the Divine Lotus Feet of Kaliyuga Avatar Bhagawan Sri Sathya Sai Baba. Organised by Padmabhushan Trichur V Ramachandran, well known Carnatic vocalist, this programme had some of the familiar names from the world of music, namely, Padmabhushan PS Narayana Swami, OS Thyagarajan, Dr Ganesh, Bombay Sisters -- C Saroja and C Lalitha, Anuradha Krishnamurthy on vocal, Dr VV Ravi, Dr Lalitha, Chittoor Venkatesan and Dr Mala Chandrasekhar on flute along with a host of musicians on various other instruments.

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    T.M. Krishna : A lot of dirt in the world of Carnatic music

    A face to face with T.M.Krishna has spoken out about the problems in the world of Carnatic music and the Sabha scenario. He also speaks about his book, 'A Southern Music - The Karnatic Story', for which he has got a lot of critical acclaim. For more news from Headlines Today visit

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    Sabari Moksham - Harikatha by Vishaka Hari

    Harikatha SABARI MOKSHAM Smt Vishakha Hari Violin : Padma Shankar | Mridangam : S.J.Arjun Ganesh | Ghatam : Trichy Murali Smt.Vishakha Hari, one of the leading and very popular Harikatha exponents, presents the moving and heart rendering story of Sabari, who attained salvation at the feet of Lord Rama through her profound and unflinching devotion towards the Lord. "Sabari Moksham" is a beautiful incident in the Ramayan that took place in the woods of the dandakaranya. Sabari, an orphan and a lonely tribal woman suddenly finds herself transformed and realises the cause of it. Mathanga Rishi along with his disciples has chosen the banks of river Pampa for his stay. Freed from rancour and greed Sabari desires to serve the sadhus and is blessed by them. Mathanga Rishi further blesses her with the Rama Nama, the tharaka mantra which is capable of bringing the Lord to her dwelling. She chants the Mantra incessantly and after very many years Lord Rama and Lakshmana visit Sabari's ashram. She welcomes them, offers them fruits with her loving heart and finally offers herself at the feet of the Lord and attains moksha, liberation like a yogini. Glory to the power of Rama Nama and glory to the grace of the Guru. Smt. Vishakha Hari is the daughter-in-law of Paranur Mahatma Sri Sri Krishna Premi swamigal, who is also her spiritual Guru and the disciple of Padma Bhushan awardee Sri. Lalgudi G. Jayaraman. She is an accomplished A-grade artist of All India Radio with number of honours to her name. She has been ably accompanied by Smt Padma Shankar on the violin and Sri Arjun Ganesh on the mridangam and Sri Trichy Murali on the ghatam. Disc 1 : 01. Kodandarama dashakam - Nattai, Mohanam, Nattaikurunji, sahana, madyamavathi - Sri KrishnaPremi 02. Shyamam - Panthuvarali verse from SriRamaKathamruthasaram - Sri KrishnaPremi 03. Appa Rama - Panthuvarali - Rupakam - Thyagaraja 04. Daro Jagganatha - Arabhi - Kanda nadai 05. Entha nerchina - Suddha Dhanyasi - Adi - Thyagaraja 06. Anathudanu - Jingla - Adi - Thyagaraja 07. Sa kadachith - Gadyam in Arabhi, Hindolam, Sindubhairavi - Sri KrishnaPremi Swami 08. Aadi Deva - Sindubhairavi - Adi - Annamacharya 09. Gurvashtakam - Reethigowlai - Sri KrishnaPremi swami 10. Ennapunniyam - Reethigowlai - Misra Chapu - Oothukadu Venkatakavi 11. Nanege - Behag - Kanda Chapu - Purandaradas 12. Koluvai - Bhairavi - Adi - Thyagaraja 13. Padavini - Salagabairavi - Adi - Thyagaraja 14. Pibare Rama - Yamunakalyani - Adi-Sadashiva Brahmendra 15. Nama Vaibhavam slokas 16. Vara Varuvai - Pauram in Kapi 17. Intha Soukhya - Kapi - Adi - Thyagaraja 18. Enthaninne - Mukhari - Rupakam - Thyagaraja

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    Learn Carnatic Classical Vocals : Lesson 2-4 Janta swaralu

    Carnatic Vocal Series : Lesson No.2 on Janta Swaralu ( Janta means a "pair" and swaram means a "syllable or note ". So the syllables which occur in pairs are all put together as Jantaswaralu) This is the fourth lesson of the series of Jantaswaralu which form the second most important part of Carnatic music. The written format of the syllables enables you to read and understand the notes better. One should get a grip of the Jantaswaralu to equip oneself to move on to further lessons. Raaga: Maayamaava Gowla(15th Melakartha Raagam) Arohana : S R1 G3 M1 P D1 N3 S Avarohana : S N3 D1 P M1 G3 R1 S presented by EdewcateMusic . For more details log on to www.edewcate.com

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    Carnatic Music Lessons - Sarali - 1

    For in-person and online classes(on skype) mail me at raagavihaara@gmail.com. This is first sarali swaram.

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    Pirava Varam Tharum by Ranjani and Gayathri

    Carnatic Vocalist Ranjani and Gayathri are singing Pirava Varam Tharum in Chennaiyil Thiruvaiyaru 2012

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    Learn Carnatic Classical Vocals : Lesson 2-4 Sarali swaralu

    Carnatic Vocal Series : Lesson No.1 on SARALISWARALU (sarali which means "simple or easy" and "swara" which means "note") This lesson marks the end of Saraliswaralu. We now move on to the next lesson called Jantaswaralu. We hope our videos and content were informative. We are henceforth looking forward to a continuous association. We recommend you to master the Saraliswaras first to make the further journey simpler. Raaga: Maayamaava Gowla(15th Melakartha Raagam) Arohana : S R1 G3 M1 P D1 N3 S Avarohana : S N3 D1 P M1 G3 R1 S Taalam : Adi presented by EdewcateMusic . For more details log on to www.edewcate.com

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    Margazhi Maha Utsavam Sudha Raghunathan - Episode 14 On Tuesday, 31/12/13

    Margazhi Maha Utsavam Sudha Raghunathan - Episode 14 by Jaya Tv Jaya Tv in Margazhi Maha Utsavam is a popular event during the 'season' in Chennai. The series of concerts are thematic and the artistes interact with the audience through a brief Q & A session. "DON'T MISS IT"

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    Malaysian Chinese, Chong Chiu Sen sings Carnatic Music in Prashanthi Nilayam - Dream realized 2013

    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...

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    Learn Carnatic Music Tips for Singing: Ranjini and Gayathri on Voice Culture

    Visit to download Carnatic Music Lessons taught by top gurus. Acharyanet (www.acharyanet.com) had a chance to interview the reknowned Carnatic music vocalists, Smt Ranjini and Gayathri to get their perspectives on the aspect of Voice Culture in Carnatic Music. This is part of our ongoing series on the subject of voice culture in Carnatic music. We hope that vocal students will benefit from these series and share their experiences and feedback. Check out our blog at to view full text version of this video interview along with other videos and articles in Voice Culture in Carnatic music.

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    Learn To Sing Indian Carnatic Vocals - Basic Lesson 1 - Sowmya

    Carnatic music has a very ancient and traditional background. The very word "Carnatic" means traditional or ancient. However, the application of the term Carnatic to this form of music is more recent than the music itself! Here we discuss the elements of change and continuity in this traditional form of classical music in India. Carnatic music is a melody-based system. 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. Click below to Subscribe to our Channel for Regular Videos! - To Watch our other Videos on Learn to Sing - Become a Music Instruments Fan on Facebook: Visit our official website! Connect with us: Google+: Facebook: Twitter: iTunes: Find us on

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    MANDOLIN U. SRINIVAS VOL. 1 | CARNATIC INSTRUMENTAL

    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 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 ==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 Label - VANI For More Visit us at:

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    Hindustani classical vocal lessons for beginners -- Podcast 5

    This is the fifth podcast in this series. This podcast will discuss some basic tips for practice or Riyaaz of Hindustani classical vocal music.

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    Bharat Sangeet Utsav 2014 - Carnatic Music Concert by Amritha Murali

    Bharat Sangeet Utsav 2014 - Carnatic Music Concert by Amritha Murali Violin by Ranjani Ramakrishnan Mridangam by J Vaidyanathan Kanjira by Anirudh Athreya

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    Kadri Gopalnath Vol 2.....Watched anything like this???

    Carnatic Music Concert- Saxophone by Kalaimamani Padmashree Dr. Kadri Gopalnath

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    Isai Ragam - Volume 1 - Music Concert by Sudha Raghunathan, T.M. Soundararajan

    The Tirai Ragam music festival opens with Anuradha Krishnamurthi offering a prayer song. Later G.K. Moopanar gives an inaugural address. Concert proceeds with Sudha Raghunathan singing famous songs like Kurai Ondrum Illai, Eppadi Padinaro, Krishna ni begane baro. Veteran singer TMS sings his famous oldies like Yaar tharuvar intha ariyasanam, Sinthanai Sei Maname, Erikaraiyin Mele. . Enjoy these soulful songs from Tirai Ragam music festival only on Rajshri Tamil To watch more videos, Click Subscribe now for more updates Join & Like our Facebook Rajshritamil Fan Page Join us on Google+

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    Learn Carnatic Classical Vocals : Lesson 3-1 Alankaram

    After learning the janta swarams, we proceed to the next module " ALANKARAS". The 1st video in the series on alankarams This is the first of the seven sapta tala alankaras . The parts of this Tala are 1 laghu , 1 Dhruta followed by 2 laghus . Chatruasara Jaathi Dhruva talam has a break-up as laghu , dhruta , laghu , laghu consisting of 4,2,4,4 beats for a total of 14 beats per cycle.

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    Learn Carnatic Classical Vocals : Lesson 2-1 Janta swaralu

    Carnatic Vocal Series : Lesson No.2 on Janta Swaralu ( Janta means a "pair" and swaram means a "syllable or note ". So the syllables which occur in pairs are all put together as Jantaswaralu) As we move higher, we now enter the series of Jantaswaralu after the 1st lesson on Sarali Swaralu of Carnatic music. Raaga: Maayamaava Gowla(15th Melakartha Raagam) Arohana : S R1 G3 M1 P D1 N3 S Avarohana : S N3 D1 P M1 G3 R1 S Taalam : Adi presented by EdewcateMusic . For more details log on to www.edewcate.com

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    Bharat Sangeet Utsav 2014 - Carnatic Music Concert by Malladi Brothers

    Bharat Sangeet Utsav 2014 - Carnatic Music Concert by Malladi Brothers (Sriramprasad & Ravikumar) Violin by S Varadarajan Mridangam by Manargudi Easwaran Kanjira by BS Purushothaman

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    Instrumental Music - VARNAMS - Carnatic Violin - JUKEBOX |

    For Unlimited Devotional Songs more videos on www.my3music.com

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    Gurukula - Carnatic Music Lessons Vol 1 - DVD

    Gurukula - Carnatic Music Lessons Vol 1 - DVD Prof. Mysore Nagamani Srinath is a multifaceted personality, a combination of a teacher, organizer, composer, administrator, director and a concert musician of international repute. She had her earlier education in music from teachers of repute and later learnt the nuances of music from a great master Vid. Ramnad Krishnan, a musician of musicians in a traditional gurukula style, an age old practice known as Sruthi parampara being in vogue from Vedic period. There will be a greater interaction between the student and teacher in this style as they live together in the pursuit of knowledge. She thought that such an experience gained by her should not go a waste but should be propogated to the future generation. So, she started teaching Carnatic music from basics to masters through an audio visual representation brought forth in the form of 100 to 150 DVDs . In these DVDs the carnatic music lessons have been taught in typical traditional gurukula style, the students being with the Guru (Teacher) in person through an Audio-Visual presentation from basics to Masters. It caters to the needs of both beginners, senior students and music lovers. Music (Singing lessons), Theory(Musicology)and notation (script of the compositions) and lecture demonstrations have also been presented in English in these DVDs. All elimentary lessons, Shlokas, Varnas, Keerthanas, Thillanas, Padas, manodharma sangeetha (Raga alapana, swarakalpana, Nerval, Tanam, Pallavi) musicology, notation and lecture demonstrations.

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    Carnatic music: some of my favorite vocalists

    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

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    Learn Carnatic Classical Vocals : Lesson 2-1 Sarali swaralu

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    Carnatic Music Lessons - Sarali - 2

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    Sarali varisai 2 nd speed

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