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Vina music from South India

Vina music from South India

Vina-Musik aus Südindien


Rajeswari Padmanabhan: vina / Karaikudi Sambasivayer Subramanian: vina / Tanjore Upendran: mridangam


  • Edition: 2 CDs, 128-page booklet
  • Order No.: SM 17092
€25.50  *
Incl. VAT and excl. shipping Weight: 0.23 kg

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Description
The "vina" is one of the most important musical instruments used in Carnatic music, which today is still a living musical art and an essential cultural aspect of South India. Rajeswari Padmanabhan and Karaikudi Sambasivayer Subramanian are playing the "vina" in the 9th generation and the remarkable percussionist Tanjore Upendran accompanies them on the "mridangam".
The recordings for "Sambho Mahadeva" (Great god Sambhu) were made in June 1975 in the studios of Sender Freies Berlin and the Ethnological Museum in Berlin and include 7 first recordings of a total of 17 pieces.
The extensive booklet contains - besides descriptions of the compositions and their respective musical styles - numerous examples of notations and many photographs.
Details
Content text: CD 1:
Varnam: Moha-lahiri
Krti: Sri-Jalamdharam
Krti: Samkari niv’ani
Krti: Sambho Mahadeva
Krti: Cittam eppadiyo
Alapanam – Tanam – Krti: Kaddanuvariki mit/with kalpana-svarams
Tillana: Di mi ta ja nu
Mangalam: Pavamanasutudu
Krti: Ramacandram
Krti: Mari vere
Varnam: Moha-lahiri
Krti: Sri-Jalamdharam
Krti: Samkari niv’ani
Krti: Sambho Mahadeva
Krti: Cittam eppadiyo
CD 2:
Alapanam – Tanam
Krti: Kaddanuvariki mit/with kalpana-svarams
Tillana: Di mi ta ja nu
Mangalam: Pavamanasutudu
Krti: Ramacandram
Krti: Mari vere
EAN: 4010228170924
Performance duration: 72' 21"
Publisher: Wergo
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The "vina" is one of the most important musical instruments used in Carnatic music, which today is still a living musical art and an essential cultural aspect of South India. Rajeswari Padmanabhan and Karaikudi Sambasivayer Subramanian are playing the "vina" in the 9th generation and the remarkable percussionist Tanjore Upendran accompanies them on the "mridangam".
The recordings for "Sambho Mahadeva" (Great god Sambhu) were made in June 1975 in the studios of Sender Freies Berlin and the Ethnological Museum in Berlin and include 7 first recordings of a total of 17 pieces.
The extensive booklet contains - besides descriptions of the compositions and their respective musical styles - numerous examples of notations and many photographs.
Content text: CD 1:
Varnam: Moha-lahiri
Krti: Sri-Jalamdharam
Krti: Samkari niv’ani
Krti: Sambho Mahadeva
Krti: Cittam eppadiyo
Alapanam – Tanam – Krti: Kaddanuvariki mit/with kalpana-svarams
Tillana: Di mi ta ja nu
Mangalam: Pavamanasutudu
Krti: Ramacandram
Krti: Mari vere
Varnam: Moha-lahiri
Krti: Sri-Jalamdharam
Krti: Samkari niv’ani
Krti: Sambho Mahadeva
Krti: Cittam eppadiyo
CD 2:
Alapanam – Tanam
Krti: Kaddanuvariki mit/with kalpana-svarams
Tillana: Di mi ta ja nu
Mangalam: Pavamanasutudu
Krti: Ramacandram
Krti: Mari vere
EAN: 4010228170924
Performance duration: 72' 21"
Publisher: Wergo