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D.K.Jayaraman

D.K.Jayaraman

D.K.Jayaraman, after learning music from his sister,Padma Vibhushan D.K. Pattamal furthered his musical skills under many known masters in the field, including Muthiah Bhagavathar and Papanasam Sivan.. DKJ, as he is fondly remembered in the music world, was known for his deep sense of Raga bhava, immaculate grip over laya and his soulful and moving kriti renditions, especially the compositions of the Musical Trinity. DKJ was also instrumental in popularizing songs

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Kalakendra.com : February 4, 2010, 2:12 pm

Dr.M.Balamuralikrishna

V. Subrahmaniam

Dr.M.Balamuralikrishna was born in Sankaraguptam, Andhra Pradesh. His father was a well known musician and could play the flute, violin and the veena and his mother was an excellent veena player. He lost his mother when he was just a baby and since then, he was taken care by his father. Observing his inner penchant towards music, his father put him under the tutelage of Sri Parumpalli Ramakrishna Pantulu. Sri Pantulu was a direct descendant of the sisya parampara of Saint Thyagaraja. Under the guidance of this great man, the gifted child had no difficulty in learning the divine music.

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Kalakendra.com : January 25, 2010, 12:46 pm

Narasimhachari and Vasanthalakshmi

V. Subrahmaniam

Narasimhachari and Vasanthalakshmi are often acclaimed by the press as the 'Made for each other' couple. Narasimhachari is a reputed music composer, choreographer, concert musician, Nattuvanar, Mridangam player, performing artiste (Bharatanatyam and Kuchipudi) and a guru of outstanding capacity. His equally talented wife Vasanthalakshmu, is a Lyricist, composer, choreographer and excellent Nattuvanar.

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Kalakendra.com : , 12:43 pm

K.V.Narayanaswamy

V. Subrahmaniam

KV Narayanaswamy was born in Palghat, Kerala, India, in a family of continuing music tradition. His father Fiddle Viswanatha Bhagavatar was a violinist of repute, his grandfather Narayana Bhagavatar and his great-grandfather Viswam Bhagavatar were also musicians. His first guru was mridangam vidwan Palghat Mani Iyer. He had further training, first under C.S. Krishna Iyer,

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Kalakendra.com : , 12:41 pm