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Dr. L. Subramaniam / Smt. Lakshmi Shankar - Two Musical Traditions Of India album

Dr. L. Subramaniam / Smt. Lakshmi Shankar - Two Musical Traditions Of India album Performer: Dr. L. Subramaniam
Title: Two Musical Traditions Of India
Style: Indian Classical, Hindustani
Size MP3: 1479 mb
Size FLAC: 1318 mb
Rating: 4.5
Format: XM DXD MIDI MPC AAC MP3 XM

Pandit Dr. Lakshminarayana Subramaniam (born 23 July 1947) is an acclaimed Indian violinist, composer and conductor, trained in the classical Carnatic music tradition and Western classical music, and renowned for his virtuoso playing techniques and compositions in orchestral fusion. Subramaniam was born to V. Lakshminarayana Iyer and Seethalakshmi, both accomplished musicians.

of Indian musical instruments on display  . With the album long out of print, selections from Ravi Shankar's Music Festival from India appeared on the Harrison-compiled box set Ravi Shankar: In Celebration (1996), issued by Dark Horse and Angel Records. The box set also featured the previously unreleased "Ta Na Tom", another piece recorded with the Music Festival personnel at Friar Park. Dehati' is a percussion showcase as the tabla players create two minutes of call and response near the en. While noting the "great integrity" behind the 2010 box set, Joe Marchese of The Second Disc writes of Ravi Shankar's Music Festival from India: "The album's sounds are exotic, but immediately transporting.

Indian Classical Indian Subcontinent Traditions. Lakshminarayana Shankar. Two Musical Traditions of India.

Artists: Dr L Subramaniam, Dr L Shankar, L Vaidyanathan. Dr L Subramaniam Best Songs. Download in 48 kbps (. 8 MB) Download in 128 kbps (1. 7 MB) Next Track (Nadadina Mata Jana Ranjani M S Gopalakrishnan) Download Ringtone. Your browser does not support the audio element.

Lakshmi Shankar, but can't find the recording anywhere - "shree kararchita. Viji (Vijayashree) was the daughter of Rajendra Shankar, the younger brother of the great Ravi Shankar, and was the first wife of the incomparably talented Dr. L. Subramaniam. 2 years ago. I will post it for you as soon as I can locate it. Thanks for watching.

Ambi Subramaniam, violin The young Lakshminarayana Subramaniam, known as Ambi, is following in the footsteps of his father, L. Ambi first performed in public at the age of seven and has appeared on stage with his father at concerts throughout India and in Malaysia, Switzerland, and the United States. He performed with jazz violinist Jean-Luc Ponty in 2003. Ambi also has performed before the president of India, at the Menuhin Festival in Switzerland, and at the Lincoln Center Out of Doors festival in New York. He has performed for spiritual leaders Mata Amritanandamayi, Sri Ganapati Sachchidananda Swamiji, and Swami Shantanand Saraswathi. Ambi appeared at an open-air millennium concert on New Year’s Eve 1999, before more than two hundred thousand people.

Viji Subramaniam, also known as Viji Shankar, was the daughter of noted North Indian singer Lakshmi Shankar and Rajendra Shankar, elder brother of sitarist Ravi Shankar. Like her mother and uncle, Viji was a musician and well-trained in both of the Indian classical systems. Born Vijayashree Shankar in Madras, south India, Viji grew up in Bombay. A singer from an early age, she regularly accompanied her mother in concert, often playing tambura also  . With Subramaniam, Viji developed the idea of Global Music, which aims to reduce the dominance of Western music and bring out the importance of other music systems of the world – including Irish, Swedish, Danish, Chinese, African, Japanese and Iranian.

Subramaniam, Lakshmi Shankar Two Musical Traditions of India - Ganesh ( with Zakir Hussain, Palghat TS Mani Iyer, Subramaniam Vijayashree ). Live Concert from Los Angeles - Ravi Shankar Music Circle, United States. Shringar: Thumri - Music Today, India. Ecstasy - AudioRec ( Cat No. 1052-2 ). Shringar: The Many Moods of Love, Vol 3. Divine Love - Navras UK ( Cat No.

Tracklist

A1 Supna Ban Aaye - Raag Bageshri
A2 Dhan Dhan Bhang - Raag Rageshri
B1 Kriti Siddhi Vinayakam - Raga Shanmukhapriya
B2 Kriti Paluku-Kanda Sakkeranu - Raga Navarasa Kannada
B3 Thiruppugazh - Raga Todi

Credits

  • Mridangam – Palghat T.S. Mani Iyer (tracks: B1 to B3)
  • Tabla – Zakir Hussain (tracks: A1, A2)
  • Tambura – Vijayashree Subramaniam
  • Violin – Dr. L. Subramaniam* (tracks: B1 to B3)
  • Vocals – Smt. Lakshmi Shankar* (tracks: A1, A2)