Suguna Ganamrutham – A Concert


1.Parameshwara Ragam: Naattai Talam: Adi Composer: Muthuswamy Dikshithar 2.Elatheliyalero Ragam: Darbar Talam: Misra Chapu Composer: Thyagaraja 3.Gangadhara Ragam: Purvikalyani Talam: Rupakam Composer: Mysore Sadasiva Rao 4.Sri Vanchanatham Ragam: Suruti Talam: Adi Composer: Muthuswamy Dikshithar 5.Ninne namminanu Ragam: Todi Talam: Misra Chapu Composer: Shyama Sastri 6.Rama Rama Ragam: Senjurutti Talam: Rupakam Composer: Thyagaraja

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Smt. Suguna Varadachari, is not only a distinguished Carnatic musician but also an exemplary teacher with profound knowledge of both practical and theoretical aspects of music. She trained under the legendary Musiri Subramaniya Iyer, who nourished her with the very nuances of classicism and aesthetics in music and later under Sri Calcutta Krishnamurthy, a distinguished musician, composer and a teacher par excellence. Smt. Suguna served in the Department of Music, University of Madras for 20 years training students with utmost dedication and sincerity. An A grade artist of the All India Radio, she has carved a niche for herself for her uncompromising adherence to tradition. She has traveled widely enthralling international audiences with her refined and scholastic music. She is extremely adept in unraveling the intricacies of a composition and her rendition of any aspect of music is lucid and pedagogic. Smt. Suguna is a recipient of several awards and is the recipient of the Sangeetha Acharya award at the Cleveland Thyagaraja Utsavam for the year 2008.

This package proudly presents a splendid concert of Smt. Suguna Varadachari. As is her forte she has presented rare and choicest compositions of great composers which is of perennial interest to music lovers and musicians. This DVD showcases traditional and chaste Carnatic music in all its glory.

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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