Gurukula | Carnatic Music Lessons | Theory on Jatiswara | Vol.4 | Mysore Nagamani Srinath


1.Mudha Karath Modakam Ragam: Hindolam Talam: Adi (Tisra) Composer: Traditional 2.Theory on Jatiswara Ragam: – Talam: – Composer: Traditional 3.Lesson – Jatiswara 1 Ragam: Kannada Talam: Adi Composer: Veena Padmanabhaih 4.Lesson – Jatiswara 2 Ragam: Kharaharapriya Talam: Adi Composer: Mysore Veena Sheshanna 5.Lesson – Jatiswara 3 Ragam: Kalyani Talam: Adi Composer: Traditional 6.Lesson – Jatiswara 4 Ragam: Devamanohari Talam: Adi Composer: Mysore Vasudevachar

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Prof. Mysore Nagamani Srinath is a multifaceted personality, a combination of a teacher, organizer, composer, administrator, director and a concert musician of international repute. She had her earlier education in music from teachers of repute and later learnt the nuances of music from a great master Vid. Ramnad Krishnan, a musician of musicians in a traditional gurukula style, an age old practice known as Sruthi parampara being in vogue from Vedic period. There will be a greater interaction between the student and teacher in this style as they live together in the pursuit of knowledge. She thought that such an experience gained by her should not go a waste but should be propogated to the future generation. So, she started teaching Carnatic music from basics to masters through an audio visual representation brought forth in the form of 100 to 150 DVDs .

In these DVDs the carnatic music lessons have been taught in typical traditional gurukula style, the students being with the Guru (Teacher) in person through an Audio-Visual presentation from basics to Masters. It caters to the needs of both beginners, senior students and music lovers. Music (Singing lessons), Theory(Musicology)and notation (script of the compositions) and lecture demonstrations have also been presented in English in these DVDs. All elimentary lessons, Shlokas, Varnas, Keerthanas, Thillanas, Padas, manodharma sangeetha (Raga alapana, swarakalpana, Nerval, Tanam, Pallavi) musicology, notation and lecture demonstrations.

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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