Lalitha and Haripriya popularly known as Hyderabad Sisters are the disciples of Sangeetha Vidwaan Sri T.G. Padmanabhan, who belonged to the famous Alattur school of music, being the direct disciple of Sri Alattur Venkatesa Iyer.Gifted with appealing and melodious voices, the Hyderabad Sisters have been regaling large audiences in every sabha with extraordinary appeal and appreciation.
01 Mahaganapatim – Nata
02 Emani ne – Mukhari
The Malladi Brothers, Malladi Sreeramprasad and Malladi Ravikumar are another duo in Carnatic Music. They started their music education under Malladi Srirammurthy and Malladi Suri Babu, their grandfather and father respectively. Their music is greatly bhava laden presenting the essence of raga with a pleasant voice, clear diction and articulation, internalisation of the songs and perfection in delivery.
Enjoy the sheer bliss of the Malladi Brother’s Music !
As you joyfully celebrate the festival of Pongal and welcome the harvest season, this greeting is being sent your way, to wish you everything, that the occasion is meant to bring. May Pongal fill your life with sweetness! May the sun radiate peace, prosperity and happiness in your life on PONGAL and always! Like a bright and beautiful Kolam may your days be sprinkled with joy and happiness! May the Pongal bring in new hopes and good harvest for you!
Shanmukhapriya and Haripriya, popularly known as the Priya Sisters, are eminent Carnatic music singers.They became the disciples of the renowned duo Radha and Jayalakshmi who were disciples of the legendary GNB.The siblings have something to offer to the musical tastes of all sections of the large audience.The dynamism of their guru, the one and only TRS, manifests in their singing. The two make an excellent combination with complementary qualities.
01 Jalajaksha varnam Hamsadhwani Adi.mp3
02 Sri Vatapi Ganapati Nin Thiruvadiye Sahana Adi.mp3
03 Entha nErchina udhaya ravi candrikaa dEshaadi.mp3
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This post is the 300th post in this blog related to various topics.Downloads of Music alone comprises of 150 posts. Thank you very much for all the support/best wishes/and visits to this temple of Music and Spirituality. Though January 2014, has the theme Sibling Concerts, this particular post is special being the 300th post and is dedicated to the Lotus Feet of my Parents/Guru and Lord Muruga..
A prayer is the epitome of devotion and commitment. In this Devotional prayer named Murugan Pamalai, Lord Muruga is invoked musically by the melody queen P.Susheela
The Hyderabad Brothers, D. Raghavachari and D. Seshachari, are the Carnatic music singing duo. Sri Seshachari’s is known for his more robust, deep and resonant singing, and Raghavachary’s rendition is known to be mellow and soft in comparison.Their wonderfully synchronised singing and individual styles complement each other perfectly. Their grip over the Shruti, laya (tempo) and sahitya Bhava is known to be remarkable and their repertoire wide and varied.
Their concerts are often considered imaginative and full of vigor. Their musical skills and style are often compared to that of the legendary Alathur Brothers. Hyderabad Brothers have a distinct style of musical rendition and voice timber which mutually blends well with each other leaving a soothing impact on the listeners.
January 2014 is based on the theme of Concerts by Siblings.
Here is a vocal duet by the versatile vocalists/ violinists Ranjani and Gayatri. They do not need any introduction as they are world renowned. Their music is very divine and perfect in sruthi.. The viruttams they render are soul stirring.. Hope this concert is not copyright protected..In case if any message is received with regard to copyright the post will be deleted.
Vocal duet – Smt Ranjani and Smt Gayatri
Violin – Sri H N Bhaskar
Mridangam – Sri Poongulam Subramaniam
Khanjira – Sri Guruprasanna