The nadaswaram also called nagaswaram is one of the most papular classical wind
instruments of south India
and the world's loudest non-brass acoustic instrument, The nadaswaram is considered to be very
auspicious, a 'Mangala Vadhyam' and it is the key instrument which
is played in almost all Hindu marriages and temples of South India. The
Instrument is usually played in pairs, and accompanied a
pair of drums called Tavil.
This product brings to you marvelous concert by two of the leading Nadaswaram Vidwans of Tamilnadu,
the Sembanar Kovil brothers namely S.R.G.Sambandam and S.R.G.Rajanna. They are the sons and disciples
of the renowned Nadaswara Vidwan Sri.S.R.Givindaswamy Pillai. They also trained under their maternal
uncle Pandanallur Sri.Guruswamy Pillai, It is worthy to note that the Sembanar Kovil family has been instrumental
in preserving and propagating this ancient art for over 150 years. This concert has an exquisite of the Rakthi Melam
in the raga Nattakurunji set to Misra Chapu tala.
This is the highlight of the product.
The Sembanar Kovil brothers have performed extensively in Bramhotsavams and Mahakumbabishekams of temples and reputed Sabhas
in various part of the country and abroad, They have had the honor of being the Asthana Vidwans at Sri Mariamman temple
and Sri. Srinivasa Perumal temple in Singapore. Their penchant for innovations is evident in their unique and exceptional rendering
of Rakthimelam, Mallari, Jugalbandhis, Vadhyavrinda (ensembles) and fusion music. 'Kalaimamani' and 'Rajarathna' are some of the
most prestigious awards they have been conferred with