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    G N Balasubramaniam- RTP Kambodhi- Thillai Easanai Kaana Enna -Bombay 1963

    G N Balasubramaniam- RTP Kambodhi- Thillai Easanai Kaana Enna -Bombay 1963

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    Madurai Somu -MC -CSM -THV @ Krishnapuram, 1973

    Madurai S.Somasundaram M.Chandrasekaran-violin Ramanathapuram C.S.Murugabhoopathy-mridhangam T.H.Vinayakaram- ghatam Krishnapuram, 1973 Pranavasorupa Manasuloni Sundareswara Enthaveduko Paradevathe Marugelara O Raghava Nenarunchi Chandrasekaram Enna Kavi Madurai Arasalum Virutham-Santhanam Punugu Thirupugaz

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    Ma Ramanan by G.N.Balasubramaniam

    Raga-Hindolam Talam-Roopakam Composer-Papanasam Sivam

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    Ustad Bismillah Khan & Party- live

    Ustad Bismillah Khan & Party-Raga-Todi and a light piece

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    BMK -MSG -UKS- HS- circa 1997

    M.Balamurali Krishna_MSG-UKS-Harishankar-Nagarajan

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    GNB -LGJ- Bhairavi RTP-Garudagamana Ra Ra Kamala Manohara

    GNB -LGJ- Bhairavi RTP-Garudagamana Ra Ra Kamala Manohara

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    g.n. balasubramaniam - hindolam - samaja varagamana -tyagaraja

    g.n. balasubramaniam hindolam adi samaja varagamana tyagaraja palghat r. raghu lalgudy jayaraman

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    Madurai Somu- Rama Namamu- Atana, RTP- Hemavathi + thukkadas

    Madurai Somu- Excerpts from Shamugananda Sabha, Bombay- Rama Namamu- Atana, RTP- Hemavathi + thukkadas

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    Madurai Somasundaram Indian Fine Arts Society, Vani Mahal, Dec , 1978

    Madurai Somasundaram Trivellore Subramaniam- violin Tanjore T.K.Murthy-mridhangam Chitoor C.K.Shyamsundar-kanjeera Thanigai Nagarathnam-morsing Indian Fine Arts Society @ Vani Mahal, Chennai, Dec 1978. Nannu Brovamma-Ragam-Revathi RTP- Mohanam Engirunthalum Arulpurivan-Bhimpalas Madurai Arasalum- Ragamaligai Bhaja Bhaja Manasa Krishna Mukunda Murare- Mand Mangalam

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    GNBs Parama Krupa Saagari in Yadukula Kambhoji and Roopaka

    The superb vocalist GN Balasubramaniam was also an immensely gifted composer. In a bright, young lifetime, GNB composed at least 250 krithis in Sanskrit, Tamil and Telugu, but was so humble that he hardly ever sang own compositions. Numerous other musicians love to render them, however, including from non-GNB Baanis; we listeners are set for hundreds of years. Here is a rare occasion GNB renders one of his Sanskrit compositions [Parama Kripa Saagari, Paahi Parameshwari] in Raaga [Yadukula Kambhoji]. The year is 1964, about a year before the end, and GNB is reunited in Bombay with his accompanists from the decade of his ascendance, the 1940s. Mysore Chowdiah on the Violin and Palghat Mani Iyer on the Mridangam. Also, Pudukottai Swaminatha Pillai is on the Kanjeera and I do not know which student provided vocal support, but GNB seems to be quite comfortable on his own.

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    GNB- RTP- Kambodhi- Thillai Esanai Kana Enna

    தில்லை ஈசனை காண என்ன புண்ணியம் செய்தேனோ-ராகம்-காம்போதி

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    G.N.BALASUBRAMANIAM - CARNATIC VOCAL | JUKEBOX

    Songs 1. Swaminatha Paripalaya 0:00 2. Kalala Nerchina 9:42 3.Marukelara O Raghava 16:07 4. Brochevarevarura 20:32 G. N. Balasubramaniam (Tamil: ஜி.என்.பாலசுப்பிரமணியம்) (6 Jan 1910 -- 1 May 1965), popularly known as GNB, was a vocalist in the Carnatic tradition. He innovated the art through emphasis on laya control & reducing the gamakas which eventually made Carnatic music appeal to the lay and the learned alik Balasubramanian was born in Gudalur, a small village near Mayavaram in Tanjore, India. He was the son of G. V. Narayanaswamy Iyer and Visalam Ammal. His father was a keen student of music. He completed his B.A.(Hons) in English Literature at the prestigious Christian College, Chennai, and took up a short music course at Annamalai University. he joined the diploma course in music under Madras University in the first batch and Sri Tiger Varadachariar was the Principal . He acted in films, including Bhama Vijayam ( Sathi Anusuya),Sakunthala (Udayanan Vasavadatta (with Vasundhara Devi, mother of Vijayanthimala),and Rukmangada. In "Sakunthalai", he appeared as Dushyantha, alongside the vocalist M.S. Subbulakshmi. He was also the first major Carnatic musician to moot the idea of Indian music as a single entity rather than separating it into Hindustani & Carnatic systems. GNB also composed kritis and invented new ragas. He taught a number of students during his active years. Most famous among them are M. L. Vasanthakumari, Radha Jayalakshmi, Thanjavur S. Kalyanaraman, Trichur V. Ramachandran, GNB worked as the Deputy Chief Producer of Carnatic Music, in A.I.R Chennai for a number of years. His health deteriorated and worsened by an episode of a major stroke in the late 1950s. He died on 1 May 1965. Song Details 1. Swaminatha Paripalaya Singer - G.N Balasubramaniam Lyricist & Composer - Muthuswamy Dikshitar 2. Kalala Nerchina Singer - G.N Balasubramaniam Lyricist & Composer - Thyagaraja 3.Marukelara O Raghava Singer - G.N Balasubramaniam Lyricist & Composer - Thyagaraja 4. Brochevarevarura Singer - G.N Balasubramaniam Lyricist & Composer - Mysore Vasudevachar Label - INRECO For More log on

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    Karukuruchi P Arunachalam- Adivel Festival Concert circa 1961

    Karukuruchi P Arunachalam- Adivel Festival Concert circa 1961 Gnanavinayakane-Gambeera Nattai Sadinchane-Arabhi Sarasaksha-Panthuvarali Vel Festival organized by Sammangod Sri Kathir Velautha Swami Temple and Manicavinayagak Temple.

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    Tribute To G N Balasubramaniam | Jukebox

    Tracks: 00:00 Ananda Natesa 12:51 Dikku Theriyathakattil 18:12 Himagiri Thanaye 22:10 Jayathi Jayathi 25:26 Sadhinchene For more updates: Subscribe to us on: Follow us on: Like us on:

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    Ustad Chhotay Ghulam Ali Khan -Raag Darbari

    Ustad Chhotay Ghulam Ali Khan -Raag Darbari

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    g.n. balasubramaniam - arabhi - sadhinchene - tyagaraja

    g.n. balasubramaniam - arabhi - sadhinchene - tyagaraja adi palghat r. raghu lalgudy jayaraman vokaal c hmv 7epe 1612 pallavi sAdhincenE O manasA anupallavi bOdhincina sanmArga vacanamula bonku jEsi tA baTTina paTTu caraNam samayAniki dagu mATa lADanE caraNam 1 dEvaki vasudEvula negincinaTu caraNam 2 rangEshuDu sadgangA janakuDu sangIta sAmpradAyakuDu caraNam 3 gOpi jana manOratha mosanga lEkanE geliyu jEsE vADu caraNam 4 vanitala sadA sokka jEyucunu mrokka jEsE paramAtmu-Dadiyu gAka yashOda tanayuDancu mudambunanu muddu beTTa navvucuNDu hari caraNam 5 parama bhakta vatsaluDu suguNa pArAvaruNDa janma mana ghUDi kali bAdhalu dIrcu vADanucu nE hrdambujamuna jUcu cuNDaga caraNam 6 harE rAmachandra raghukulEsha mrdu subhASa shESa shayana para nAri sOdara aja virAjaturaga rAjarAjanuta nirAmaya pAghana sarasIruha daLAkSa anucu vEDukonna nannu tA brOvakanu caraNam 7 shrI venkaTEsha suprakAsha sarvAnnata sajjana mAnasa nikEtana kanakAmbara dhara lasan-makuTa kuNDala virAjita harE anucu nE pogaDaga tyAgarAja gEyuDu mAnavEndraDaina rAmacandruDu caraNam 8 sadbhaktula naData liTla nenE amarikagA nA pUja konenE aluga vaddananE vimukhulatO jEra bOku mananE veta galigina tALukommananE damashamAdi sukha dAyakuDagu shrI tyAgarAja nutuDu centa rAkanE Meaning: Oh Lord you are an opportunist, You deceived your parents Devaki , Vasudeva as also the gopikas who surrendered to you, You mischievously smile when Yashoda innocently folded you with love at the thought that she too would be disappointed on being separated from him, You falsified the aforesaid words of Sruti and Smruti. You have somehow not come to me despite the fact that I was overjoyed in keeping your memory always in my heart, You preached patience, tolerance in the face of adversity freedom from anger, satsang etc; and coolly accepted my pujas, You give bhakti and peace, Despite all this you have steadfastly not come closer to me to the end, Thus this kirthana, a gem amongst the five kirthanas which bring out the thought and reminiscences of Shri Thayagaraja; is a great gift to the singer and bhaktas . pallavi: Oh Mind!! He has achieved his objective anupallavi: He has, by being steadfast, falsified his own preachings of the guiding light of Geetha, given to the world by himself. caraNam (0): Oh! He has spoken according to the time and place! caraNam 1: Just like the tormenting (deceiving) of Devaki and Vasudeva caraNam 2: One who is brave in this world stage; father of the sacred Ganges; Totally devoted to classical music from birth to youth caraNam 3: One who, unable to fulfil the wishes of shepherdess teased them. caraNam 4: You are the paramathma who charmed the shepherd women and made them worship you. Not only that, your are the Hari who mischievously smiled when innocent Yashoda kissed you thing that you were her child. caraNam 5: Oh Hari! You show immense love to your great devotees, You are an ocean of good qualities without any sin, I am nurturing in my lotus heart the fond hope that you will remove the problems of Kaliyuga, throughout the lifespan. Oh lord, I fondly seek you, while I am thus singing your praise. caraNam 6: Oh Hari! Ramachandra!! The lord of Raghuvamsha!! Possessor of nectar like sweet tongue! The lord who is reposes on the seshanaga; one who is like a brother to otherÂ's wives; one who is worshipped by emperors; one who has clean and healthy body; one who has lotus petal like eyes. caraNam 7: Oh Lord of Tirupati!! Self-Illuminating! The greatest of great! Dweller in the hearts of good people! Adorner of Pithambara; the lord who shines with shining mane and earrings. Thus this worshipper of yours sings the praise of the king of human race Shri Ramachandra. caraNa shEsham: Oh Rama! The lord who prescribed and identified the mark of a good man! You patiently waited and accepted my worship. You asked me not to be angry. You thought me that I should not mix with those who do not love god. You thought me to be patient in the face of adversity, You gave the virtue of controlling the senses and meditating peacefully. Desprite all this your are yet to come to this worshipper of your Shri Thyagaraja.

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    G N Balasubramaniam - Nenarunchinanu

    Carnatic music Created with

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    G N Balasubramaniam-Dhikku Theriyaadha Kaattil 78 rpm Pts 1 & 2

    Dhikku Theriyada Kaattil

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    Jayathi Jayathi Bharatha Maatha - G N Balasubramaniam

    Jayathi Jayathi Bharatha Maatha - G N Balasubramaniam Raag : Khamas Meaning : victory, victory to Mother India sung by the wise filled with forests comfort of the despondent victory, victory, victory! holding all the lives to be equal sustaining alla honour and perfection most esteemed of all lands possessing supreme bliss victory, victory, victory! appearing with countless virtues replete with compassion manifest flower of joy she who is the refuge of the fallen victory, victory, victory!

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    Pt Nikhil Banerjee -Raga Rageshri -alap, jor & jhala

    Pt Nikhil Banerjee -Raga Rageshri -alap, jor & jhala

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    G N Balasubramaniam -RTP Bhairavi

    G N Balasubramaniam -RTP Bhairavi- Ragamaligai-Sahana,Saveri,Gaoti + thani by CSM

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