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We have had masters in duo singing in the past, such as the Alathur Brothers, B.V Raman & B. V. Lakshmanan. Female artists are also part of this trend of duo singing in Carnatic music, with performers like Brinda-Mukta, Radha-Jayalakshmi, continued by Bombay Sisters …
Here we throw a light on the sisters duo who spread the magic with their tunes! Continue reading
The concept of ‘duos’ has gained immense popularity in the field of Carnatic music over the years. In this blog post, we talk about some of the famous and fabulous duos of Carnatic Musical Brothers. Continue reading
Sri Andal sang the Thiruppavai containing 30 verses – one verse for each day of Margazhi (December – January) – in praise of Lord Narayana. On the 27th day, while singing “Koodaarai vellum seer Govinda…”, the Lord blessed her with the boon of marriage. This day every year is celebrated at Koodaravalli to commemorate this event. Continue reading
Composers through their compositions have played a vital role in the development of Carnatic music by establishing the grammar and bhava of the many hundreds of ragas that are vogue in Carnatic music today. Continue reading
To start learning carnatic music, you should train yourself with the voice training sessions called varishas. Varishas are swara (notes) patterns that train you to handle a particular raga to equip you to learn carnatic music. It also initiates you to the concept of tala or rhythm. Continue reading
Originally posted on sureshlalitha94:
“If music be food of love play on , give me excess of it ” – Orsino (twelfth night ) Music is defined as an art form , social activity or…
If you ever wanted your kid to learn carnatic music, nottuswaram is the great way to start with.
Why is it called Nottu swara? Well, it stands for Notes Swara, i.e. ‘Western notes’ swara. They are also termed ‘European airs’ Continue reading