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T.Brinda - All Time Favourites - Vol4
Sangeetha Kalanidhi T.Brinda S
Code SA383
Swathi's Sanskriti Series


1.Meru Samana
Ragam: Mayamalavagowla
Talam: Adi
Composer: Thyagaraja
Ragam: Kalanidhi
Talam: Adi
Composer: Thyagaraja
3.Nee Chittamu
Ragam: Dhanyasi
Talam: Misra Chapu
Composer: Thyagaraja
Ragam: Sahana
Talam: Misra Chapu
Composer: Thyagaraja
Ragam: Sankarabharanam
Talam: Misra Chapu
Composer: Thyagaraja

Format: ACD
Language: Telugu
Duration: 01:07:43


T. Brinda affectionately referred to as Brindamma is one of the most remarkable musicians in the annals of Carnatic music and was the most prominent and eloquent inheritors of the Veena Dhanammal Bani, known for its vibrant classicism, unhurried, alluring movements, as also for its use of intricate gamakas in the handling of ragas. Brinda absorbed both the sublime and intricate Dhanammal style and Naina Pillai's fast paced masculine music and blended them seamlessly into her singing.

She was an expert at rendering ragas that featured complex patterns and subtle gamakas, such as Begada, Mukhari, Sahana, Suruti, Varali etc. She was not only a repository of Kshetrayya padams and javalis but also a master of many rare compositions of the Carnatic Music Trinity. Her music was soul stirring and full of microscopic nuances. She had a captivating voice, which had clarity, sweetness, depth and majesty. This product is a private collection of her daughter Smt. Vegavahini Vijayaraghavan who is also an accomplanished musician.

This ACD is a compilation of popular and masterly compositions of Thyagaraja. "Ni Cittamu", in raga Dhanyasi is a scholarly composition seldom heard in present day concerts. The Sahana raga exposition is brilliant followed by yet another gem of Thyagaraja, "Emanadichchevo". A detailed rendition of Sankarabharanam is an added attraction.

Backed by genuine desire to preserve for posterity, Swathi's Sanskriti Series, uses the best of technology to release this product.








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