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Playlist of List of Sri Lankan composers

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  • Best of Ananda Samarakoon - Sinhala Old Songs - Songs of the Composer of Sri Lanka National Anthem

    43:16

    50 දශකයේ රැව්දුන් ගී ........
    Songs of the Composer of Sri Lanka National Anthem.........

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  • Old Sinhala Calypso Songs / පැරණි සිංහල කණ්ඩායම් ගීත... / සිංහල කැලිප්සෝ / Calypso Music

    38:44

    පැරණි සිංහල කණ්ඩායම් ගීත...
    Old Sinhala Calypso Songs

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  • Celebrating Sri Lanka

    7:05

    “Celebrate Sri Lanka” is a project initiated by Berklee students from Sri Lanka in order to foster relationships between the island nation of Sri Lanka and Berklee College of Music, USA. The project was commenced at the LOFT, featuring guest artists Nalinda Pieris, Uthpala Eroshan and Dilhan Pinnagoda, all traditional Sri Lankan musicians based in New York. They conducted a workshop on Sri Lankan drums and dance with performances featuring the various costumes, performance techniques and rituals. The second phase of the project was the release of this music video, which brings together students from both Berklee College of Music and the Boston Conservatory, representing 17 different countries all journeying together in this musical voyage.

    Special mention to the following individuals, without whom none of this would have been possible:

    Tamia Jordan: Director of Student Activities Center, Joshua Crary: Diversity Programs Advisor for the Office of Diversity and Inclusion, Brenda Bailey: Assistant Director of the Office of Diversity and Inclusion, Michael Borgida: Marketing Manager at Berklee College of Music, Sara Galo: President of Student Government Association at Boston Conservatory, Swarna Adikari, Arjuna Balasuriya and Families for providing decorations.

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    Arranger: Shannon Jacob (Sri Lanka)

    Lead Vocals: Sanchitha Wickremesooriya (Sri Lanka) & Harshitha Krishnan (India)

    Pahatharata Beraya (Yak Beraya): Nalinda Pieris
    Gata Beraya: Uthpala Eroshan
    Devil Dancer & Thalampata (Hand Cymbals): Dilhan Pinnagoda

    Dancers: Shreya Navile (USA/Boston Conservatory), Carolina Salomon Simon (Mexico/Boston Conservatory), & Madeline Miller (USA/Boston Conservatory)

    Voice: Dhruv Goel (India), Ryan LaForrest (USA), Caleb Kishan Savari (Malaysia), Sashank Navaladi (India), Razafindratandra Ny ony (Madagascar), Yaevin Lee (USA), Jenna Kohut (USA), Harshitha Krishnan (India), Wambura Mitaru (Kenya), & Sanchitha Wickremesooriya (Sri Lanka)

    Trumpet: Nicholas Alleyne (USA) & Alonzo Ryan, Jr. (USA)
    Alto Saxophone: Emery Mesich (USA)
    Tenor Saxophone: Chris Allison (USA) & Nicholas Suchecki (USA)
    Trombone: Yoshie Nakayama (Japan) & Amanda Fairbank (USA)
    Baritone Sax: Gabriel Nekrutman (USA)

    Bansuri: Srishti Biyani (India)
    Flute: Missy Jaworski (USA)

    Kelsey Rogers Violin Durban, South Africa

    Kailey Zercher Violin
    Santa Fe, NM, USA

    Mona Seyed-Bolorforosh Violin
    Lake Forest, Illinois, U.S.

    Ethan Anderson-Carter. Violin Liverpool, United Kingdom

    Gabriel Majou Violin Paris, France

    Antoine Beux Violin
    Paris, France

    Gerson Eguiguren Viola
    Quito, Ecuador

    Hyo Jin (Jina) An Viola Busan, South Korea

    Connor Frawley Cello Fairfield, Connecticut, USA

    Cristobal Cruz Garcia Cello Tijuana, Mexico

    Piano: Shannon Jacob (Sri Lanka)
    Acoustic Guitar: Santheep Surendra (Sri Lanka)
    Electric Guitar: Aleif Hamdan (Indonesia)
    Electric Bass: Achal Murthy (Luxembourg)
    Drum Set: Juan Felipe Mejia Tobon (Colombia)

    Bongos, Chekeré, & Pandeiro: Laura A. Crespo (Puerto Rico)
    Glockenspiel & Chimes: Brian Difrancisco (USA)
    Orchestral Percussion: Phoebe Chou (USA)
    Congo: Daniel Feldman (Mexico)
    Doumbek: Berat Sahan Jazzar (Turkey)
    Tabla: M.T. Aditya Srinivasan (India)

    Recorded at Perfection Recording Studio

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    Recording Engineer & Mixing Engineer: Calum Brockie
    Assistant Engineer: Kaushlesh Purohit & Akin Orbay

    Filmed by: Kevin Greene Productions
    Videographer: Kevin Greene & Samuel Harchik
    Editor: Teo Karakolev

    Mastered by: M Works Studios
    Engineer: Jonathan Wyner

  • A. R. Rahman, Jiya Jale

    6:57

    #berklee #berkleecollegeofmusic Jiya Jale (Dil Se) is a tribute to A. R. Rahman by the Berklee Indian Ensemble in gratitude for his immense contribution to our lives through his inspiring music and journey.

    A. R. Rahman is an Indian composer, singer-songwriter, producer, multi-instrumentalist and philanthropist. In 2009, Time Magazine placed Rahman in its list of World's Most Influential People. In a notable career spanning two decades, he has garnered particular acclaim for redefining contemporary Indian film music, and putting Indian music on the global map, in a way that no other Indian composer/performer has achieved.

    On October 24, 2014, Berklee College of Music will confer A. R. Rahman with an honorary doctor of music degree. Berklee Faculty and students from the Berklee Indian Ensemble will pay tribute to the living legend, who will join them on select pieces in a concert celebrating his music and life at Boston's Symphony Hall.

    Mr. Rahman's visit is a signature event under Berklee India Exchange, a new initiative co-founded by two Indian Berklee alums, Annette Philip (artistic director), and Clint Valladares (artist relations and strategy), as a platform for cultural conversation, through the composition, collaboration, and performance of original Indian music. Proceeds from the concert will go towards a scholarship fund in Mr. Rahman's name for students from India to attend Berklee.

    This is a huge milestone for the Berklee Indian Ensemble, one of largest and most diverse ensembles at the college, with members representing 37 countries, and counting. Founded in 2011 by faculty member, Annette Philip, the ensemble performs an expansive repertoire of Indian classical, semi-classical, folk, Sufi, and contemporary Indo-jazz music, with the ultimate goal of presenting concerts entirely consisting of original student compositions. Every year, there is at least one composition by A. R. Rahman featured in their repertoire.

    Berklee Indian Ensemble
    Jiya Jale (A. R. Rahman)
    From the film Dil Se


    Arrangement: Inna Dudukina
    Vocal arrangement, Producer: Annette Philip
    Instrumental interlude: Berklee Indian Ensemble

    Soloists
    Ishita Sinha: voice, Patna, India
    Harshitha Krishnan, voice, Chennai, India
    Nalini Krishnan, voice, Seattle, Washington
    Rohith Santosh Jayaraman, voice, morsing (jaw harp), San Jose, CA


    Instrumental Soloists
    Yazhi Guo: dizi, Hong Kong, China
    Sashank Navaladi: sarod, New Delhi, India
    Harini Srinivasa Raghavan: violin, Chennai, India
    Layth Al Rubaye: violin, Amman, Jordan
    Patrick Simard: drums, Ottowa, Canada

    Indian Ensemble Choir
    Sanjeeta Bhattacharya, New Delhi, India
    Dhruv Goel, Lucknow, India
    Vasundhara Gupta, Kolkata, India
    Rohith Santosh Jayaraman, San Jose, CA
    Harshitha Krishnan, Chennai, India
    Nalini Krishnan, Seattle, Washington
    Armeen Musa, Dhaka, Bangladesh
    Kanika Patawari, Antwerp, Belgium
    Annette Philip, Kerala, India
    Purvaa Sampath, Bangalore, India
    Ishita Sinha: Patna, India
    Harini Srinivasa Raghavan, Chennai, India
    Aseem Suri, New Delhi, India
    Adriel Tjokrosaputro, Surakarta, Indonesia
    Sanchitha Wickremesooriya, Colombo, Sri Lanka


    Strings
    Layth Al Rubaye: violin, Amman, Jordan
    Harini Srinivasa Raghavan: violin, Chennai, India
    Daniel Urbanowicz: viola, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
    Naseem Al Atrash: cello, Beit Sahour, Palestine
    Victor Manuel Gonzalez Quezada: double bass, Rancagua, Chile

    Rhythm Section
    Annette Philip: piano, Kerala, India
    Aleif Hamdan: electric guitar, Jakarta, Indonesia
    Shubh Saran: electric and acoustic guitar, New Delhi, India
    Achal Murthy: bass, Strassen, Luxembourg
    Ullas Rao: mridangam, Westwood, MA
    Kaushlesh Purohit: tabla, percussion, Jodhpur, India
    Ranajoy Das: cajon, New Delhi, India
    Joe A Galeota Jr.: percussion, Arlington, MA
    Patrick Simard: drums, Ottowa, Canada

    Recorded live at The Record Company
    Simon Katz: recording engineer, mixing engineer
    Chris Geller: assistant engineer
    Pietro Milanesi: second engineer

    Teo Karakolev: videographer, editor
    Kevin Greene: videographer
    Sam Harchik: videographer

    Mastered by M Works Studios
    Jonathan Wyner: engineer #berklee #berkleecollegeofmusic

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  • Sound Sniper in Sri-Lanka

    5:23

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    Sound Sniper in Sri-Lanka · World Famous

    Showa 64 (Sounds of the East Mixed in the West)

    ℗ Mr Bongo Worldwide LTD

    Released on: 1999-01-01

    Author: Abe
    Composer: Abe
    Music Publisher: D.R
    Author: Hiroshi
    Composer: Hiroshi

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  • Sri Lalitha Sahasranamam Full With Lyrics - Lalita Devi Stotram - Rajalakshmee Sanjay - Devotional

    30:49

    Lalitha Sahasranamam is a text from Brahmanda Purana and it contains a thousand names of the Hindu Goddess Lalitha. It is a sacred text to the Hindu worshippers of Goddess Lalitha Devi. Lalitha is the Goddess of bliss, an epithet for Shiva's wife, Goddess Parvati.

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  • Best of W.D. Amaradeva Songs ♥♫♥

    10:11

    Songs of W.D. Amaradeva, Sri Lanka
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    Deshamanya Wannakuwatta Waduge Don Albert Perera (Sinhalese: වන්නකුවත්ත වඩුගේ දොන් ඇල්බට් පෙරෙරා; 5 December 1927 – 3 November 2016) better known by his adopted name Amaradeva, was a Sri Lankan vocalist, violinist and composer. Primarily using traditional instruments like sitars, tablas and harmoniums, Amaradeva incorporates Sinhala folk music with Indian ragas in his work. Many consider Pandit Amaradeva’s contribution to the development of Sinhala music as unmatched.

  • A. R. Rahman Meets Berklee - Thee Thee & Malargale ft. Prasanna & Mohini Dey

    6:47

    Grammy and Academy award winning composer, A. R. Rahman performed with, and was paid tribute to, by Berklee College of Music at Symphony Hall, Boston, on October 24, 2014. The repertoire for the concert spanned Mr. Rahman's illustrious discography of over 25 years. We are delighted to release all 16 pieces presented at the concert featuring 109 performers from 32 countries representing The Berklee Indian Ensemble, The Berklee World String Ensemble, and Boston University's Indian dance troupe, BU Bhangra.

    This concert was produced by Annette Philip, Artistic Director of Berklee India Exchange.

    Thee Thee & Malargale ft. Mohini Dey
    A. R. Rahman
    string arr. Shachar Ziv

    Electric Bass: Mohini Dey
    Electric Guitar: Prasanna

    Performers:
    Berklee Indian Ensemble

    Annette Philip: director
    Shilpa Ananth: vocals
    Sanjeeta Bhattacharya: vocals
    Dhruv Goel: vocals
    Vasundhara Gupta: vocals
    Rohith Jayaraman: vocals
    Harshitha Krishnan: vocals
    Nalini Krishnan: vocals
    Joakim Molander: vocals
    Armeen Musa: vocals
    Kanika Patawari: vocals
    Purvaa Sampath: vocals
    Ishita Sinha: vocals
    Harini Srinivasa Raghavan: vocals
    Aseem Suri: vocals
    Adriel Tjokrosaputro: vocals
    Sanchitha Wickremesooriya: vocals
    Trinayan Baruah: vocals
    Salil Bhayani: vocals
    Malavika Das: vocals
    Ava Dudani: vocals
    Nicolas Emden: vocals
    Christopher Kazarian: vocals
    Annalisa Lombardo: vocals
    Malwina Masternak: vocals
    Wambura Mitaru: vocals
    Zoya Mohan: vocals
    Paola Munda: vocals
    Lydia Renold: vocals
    Gretchen Schadebrodt: vocals
    Ashwin Shenoy: vocals
    Sahana Simha: vocals
    Pankhuri Singhal: vocals
    Chantal Tribble: vocals
    McKain Webb-Lakey: vocals

    Yazhi Guo: flute, suona, dizi
    Layth Al Rubaye: violin
    Harini Srinivasa Raghavan: violin
    Sashank Navaladi: sarod
    Fares Btoush: oud
    Jacy Anderson: guitar
    Aleif Hamdan: guitar
    Shubh Saran: guitar
    David Milazzo: alto saxophone
    Edmar Colon: tenor saxophone
    Samuel Morrison: baritone saxophone
    Josh Shpak: trumpet
    Michael Wang: trombone
    Annette Philip: piano
    Cheng Lu: keyboard
    Achal Murthy: bass
    Daniel Gonzalez: electronic drum sound
    Kaushlesh Purohit: tabla, percussion
    Ranajoy Das: drums
    Joe Galeota Jr.: percussion
    Patrick Simard: drums, percussion
    M.T. Aditya Srinivasan: tabla, kanjira
    Vignesh Venkataraman: mridangam

    Berklee World Strings Ensemble

    Eugene Friesen: conductor
    Na Young Baik: first violin
    Sarah Hubbard: first violin
    Sumaia Martins: first violin
    Stefano Melillo Melendez: first violin
    Kathleen Parks: first violin
    Tim Reynolds: first violin
    Carlos Silva: first violin
    Yeji Yoon: first violin
    Ludovica Burtone: second violin
    Elise Boeur: second violin
    Adrianna Ciccone: second violin
    Sadie E. Currey: second violin
    Carolyn Kendrick: second violin
    Rosy Timms: second violin
    Tsung-Yuan Lee: second violin
    Choeun Kim: viola
    Brendan Klippel: viola
    Gerson Eguiguren Martinez: viola
    Dan Lay: viola
    John Smith: viola
    Max Wolpert: viola
    Steph Dye: cello
    Marta Roma: cello
    Keizo Yoshioka: cello
    Adrian Zemor: cello
    Nathaniel Sabat: bass
    Matthew Witler: mandolin
    Mairi Chaimbeul: harp
    Allegra Cramer: harp

    Ganavya Doraiswamy: dancer
    Special appearance by Boston University student dancers of BU Bhangra


    Arrangements
    Matthew Nicholl, string arrangements, and orchestral parts preparation


    Recorded live at Boston’s Symphony Hall

    Rob Rose: executive producer
    Tom Riley: executive producer
    Annette Philip: artistic director/producer
    Clint Valladares: artist relations/co producer
    Mirek Vana: co producer
    Dave Wentling: production manager
    Steve Colby: sound engineer
    Kaushlesh Purohit: audio mixing
    Jonathan Wyner: audio mastering
    Reggie Lofton: video producer
    Thistle Communications: video production
    Nicole Egidio: editor

    For more information on Berklee India Exchange, please visit berklee.edu/india #berklee #berkleecollegeofmusic #berklee #berkleecollegeofmusic

  • Freddie Aguilar — Anak Official Lyric Video with Chords

    3:52

    Lyric video of the song Anak as recorded by Freddie Aguilar. A Pinoy folk-rock classic, Anak, was a big hit in the Philippines in the 70's after winning the Metropop songwriting tilt and eventually became a phenomenal hit around the world and made a star out of singer-songwriter Freddie Aguilar. Recorded a couple of times and sung in many languages (German, Japanese, English etc..)) Anak can now be heard as theme music in the 2015 movie Gangnam Blues starring Korean movie star Lee Min Ho.


    Lyric video includes basic guitar chord guides.


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  • Sri Lankan Vikara Pissu at English Rsetaurant

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    Sri Lankan composer Vikara Pissu teaches restaurant how to spell!

  • Sudu Sanda Eliye - Indrani Wijebandara

    3:17

    Music Director - B. S. Perera / Composer - Sunil Santha / Lyrics - Fr. Marceline Jayakody / Director - Lester James Peries / Actress - Myrtle Fernando

  • Evergreen Carnatic Instrumental Flute | Best Of Dr.N.Ramani | Classical Music | Thyagaraja

    1:15:51

    A rare evergreen Carnatic Instrumental collection “Dr.N.Ramani: When the Flute Sings” is going to mesmerize our listeners. Dr. N. Ramani performed his first concert at the age of 8. Dr.N.Ramani performed in all major states, sabhas and venues throughout India, as well as numerous destinations around the world, including the United States, Canada, France, Germany, Switzerland, Sri Lanka and other countries. He made more than 30 concert tours outside of India. Ramani was born in Tiruvarur, a city in Tamil Nadu which is honored by its association with the Trinity of Carnatic music. Ramani was born into a family of flautists. Ramani first learnt music from his grandfather, Sri Aazhiyur Narayanaswami Iyer, a well-known flute artist and singer himself. Aware of young Ramani's keen interest in the Carnatic flute, Dr.N.Ramani's initiation to Carnatic music began at the age of five.
    The evergreen Carnatic Instrumental collection “Dr.N.Ramani: When the Flute Sings” is a rare collection of Tamil songs. It is a compilation of very popular Carnatic Instrumentals such as Thaye Yesoda (Flute), Enna Thavam (Flute) and Theeradha Vilayattu Pillai (Flute).

    === ALBUM SONG DATA ===

    ►Marugelara (Flute) 0:00:01
    Artistes- Dr.N.Ramani
    Lyricist- Thyagaraja
    Composer- Thyagaraja

    ► Manasa Sancharare (Flute) 0:04:22
    Artistes- Dr.N.Ramani
    Lyricist- Sadasiva Brahmendra
    Composer- Sadasiva Brahmendra

    ► Bhajare Gopalam 0:08:08
    Artistes- Dr.N.Ramani
    Lyricist- Sadasiva Brahmendra
    Composer- Sadasiva Brahmendra

    ► Rathi Sukha Saare (Flute) 0:21:20
    Artistes- Dr.N.Ramani
    Lyricist- Jaya Deva
    Composer- Jaya Deva

    ► Thaye Yesoda (Flute) 0:27:36
    Artistes- Dr.N.Ramani
    Lyricist- Oothukadu Venkatasubbaiyer
    Composer- Oothukadu Venkatasubbaiyer

    ► Vellai Thamarai (Flute) 0:35:26
    Artistes- Dr.N.Ramani
    Lyricist- Subramanya Bharathi
    Composer- Subramanya Bharathi

    ► Kuzhaloodhi (Flute) 0:40:47
    Artistes- Dr.N.Ramani
    Lyricist- Oothukadu Venkatasubbaiyer
    Composer- Oothukadu Venkatasubbaiyer

    ► Enna Thavam (Flute) 0:59:14
    Artistes- Dr.N.Ramani
    Lyricist- Papanasam Sivan
    Composer- Papanasam Sivan


    ► Gajavadhana (Flute) 1:04:06
    Artistes- Dr.N.Ramani
    Lyricist- Papanasam Sivan
    Composer- Traditional

    ► Theeradha Vilayattu Pillai (Flute) 1:10:57
    Artistes- Dr.N.Ramani
    Lyricist- Subramanya Bharathi
    Composer- Subramanya Bharathi

  • Koombiyo Theme Song | Instrumental Cover | Teshan Nanayakkara

    3:25

    A musical tribute to the famous Sri Lankan tele series, Koombiyo (The Ants). Hope you would enjoy this piece.

    Tele Series Music Director: Achala Solomons
    Cover Composer: Teshan Nanayakkara

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  • A. R. Rahman Meets Berklee - Epic Medley

    10:23

    Grammy and Academy award winning composer, A. R. Rahman performed with, and was paid tribute to, by Berklee College of Music at Symphony Hall, Boston, on October 24, 2014. The repertoire for the concert spanned Mr. Rahman's illustrious discography of over 25 years. We are delighted to release all 16 pieces presented at the concert featuring 109 performers from 32 countries representing The Berklee Indian Ensemble, The Berklee World String Ensemble, and Boston University's Indian dance troupe, BU Bhangra.

    This concert was produced by Annette Philip, Artistic Director of Berklee India Exchange.

    Epic Medley
    A. R. Rahman
    string arr. Eva Gertz

    Soloists: Yazhi Guo, Sanchitha Wickremesooriya, Dhruv Goel, Harshitha Krishnan, Purvaa Sampath, Armeen Musa, Christopher Kazarian, Annette Philip

    Performers:
    Berklee Indian Ensemble

    Annette Philip: director
    Shilpa Ananth: vocals
    Sanjeeta Bhattacharya: vocals
    Dhruv Goel: vocals
    Vasundhara Gupta: vocals
    Rohith Jayaraman: vocals
    Harshitha Krishnan: vocals
    Nalini Krishnan: vocals
    Joakim Molander: vocals
    Armeen Musa: vocals
    Kanika Patawari: vocals
    Purvaa Sampath: vocals
    Ishita Sinha: vocals
    Harini Srinivasa Raghavan: vocals
    Aseem Suri: vocals
    Adriel Tjokrosaputro: vocals
    Sanchitha Wickremesooriya: vocals
    Trinayan Baruah: vocals
    Salil Bhayani: vocals
    Malavika Das: vocals
    Ava Dudani: vocals
    Nicolas Emden: vocals
    Christopher Kazarian: vocals
    Annalisa Lombardo: vocals
    Malwina Masternak: vocals
    Wambura Mitaru: vocals
    Zoya Mohan: vocals
    Paola Munda: vocals
    Lydia Renold: vocals
    Gretchen Schadebrodt: vocals
    Ashwin Shenoy: vocals
    Sahana Simha: vocals
    Pankhuri Singhal: vocals
    Chantal Tribble: vocals
    McKain Webb-Lakey: vocals

    Yazhi Guo: flute, suona, dizi
    Layth Al Rubaye: violin
    Harini Srinivasa Raghavan: violin
    Sashank Navaladi: sarod
    Fares Btoush: oud
    Jacy Anderson: guitar
    Aleif Hamdan: guitar
    Shubh Saran: guitar
    David Milazzo: alto saxophone
    Edmar Colon: tenor saxophone
    Samuel Morrison: baritone saxophone
    Josh Shpak: trumpet
    Michael Wang: trombone
    Annette Philip: piano
    Cheng Lu: keyboard
    Achal Murthy: bass
    Daniel Gonzalez: electronic drum sound
    Kaushlesh Purohit: tabla, percussion
    Ranajoy Das: drums
    Joe Galeota Jr.: percussion
    Patrick Simard: drums, percussion
    M.T. Aditya Srinivasan: tabla, kanjira
    Vignesh Venkataraman: mridangam

    Berklee World Strings Ensemble

    Eugene Friesen: conductor
    Na Young Baik: first violin
    Sarah Hubbard: first violin
    Sumaia Martins: first violin
    Stefano Melillo Melendez: first violin
    Kathleen Parks: first violin
    Tim Reynolds: first violin
    Carlos Silva: first violin
    Yeji Yoon: first violin
    Ludovica Burtone: second violin
    Elise Boeur: second violin
    Adrianna Ciccone: second violin
    Sadie E. Currey: second violin
    Carolyn Kendrick: second violin
    Rosy Timms: second violin
    Tsung-Yuan Lee: second violin
    Choeun Kim: viola
    Brendan Klippel: viola
    Gerson Eguiguren Martinez: viola
    Dan Lay: viola
    John Smith: viola
    Max Wolpert: viola
    Steph Dye: cello
    Marta Roma: cello
    Keizo Yoshioka: cello
    Adrian Zemor: cello
    Nathaniel Sabat: bass
    Matthew Witler: mandolin
    Mairi Chaimbeul: harp
    Allegra Cramer: harp

    Ganavya Doraiswamy: dancer
    Special appearance by Boston University student dancers of BU Bhangra


    Arrangements
    Matthew Nicholl, string arrangements, and orchestral parts preparation


    Recorded live at Boston’s Symphony Hall

    Rob Rose: executive producer
    Tom Riley: executive producer
    Annette Philip: artistic director/producer
    Clint Valladares: artist relations/co producer
    Mirek Vana: co producer
    Dave Wentling: production manager
    Steve Colby: sound engineer
    Kaushlesh Purohit: audio mixing
    Jonathan Wyner: audio mastering
    Reggie Lofton: video producer
    Thistle Communications: video production
    Nicole Egidio: editor

    For more information on Berklee India Exchange, please visit berklee.edu/india #berklee #berkleecollegeofmusic #berklee #berkleecollegeofmusic

  • If Life Is So Short

    4:24

    Thanks for watching our version of If Life Is So Short by The Moffatts. Was always one of our favorite songs to perform. Hope you guys enjoy it!

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    If Life Is So Short Lyrics:

    Isn't it funny
    How times seems to slip away
    So fast
    One minute you're happy
    The other you're sad
    But if you give me one more chance
    To show my love for you is true
    I'll stand by your side
    Your whole life trough
    If life is short
    Why won't you let me love you
    Before we run out of time
    If love is so strong
    Why won't you take the chance
    Before our time has come
    If life is so short
    If life is so short
    Love is a word that explains
    How I feel for you
    And when you're in my arms
    All my dreams come true
    And when you're not around
    You can't hardly see
    These tears that I'm crying
    Now are for you to be with me
    If life is short
    Why won't you let me love you
    Before we run out of time
    If love is so strong
    Why won't you take the chance
    Before our time has come
    If life is so short
    If life is so short

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  • CARNATIC VOCAL | MAHARAJAPURAM SANTHANAM | JUKEBOX

    1:3:53

    Sangeetha Kalanidhi Maharajapuram Santhanam (Tamil: மகாராஜபுரம் ஸந்தானம்), (December 3, 1928June 24, 1992) was one of the great Carnatic music vocalists of the 20th century. He was born in Sirunangur, a village in the state of Tamil Nadu. He followed the footsteps of his father Maharajapuram Viswanatha Iyer who was also a Carnatic singer.
    Besides studying with his father, he was also a disciple of Melattur Sama Dikshitar. Maharajapuram Santhanam was also a distinguished composer. He wrote many songs on Lord Murugan and Kanchi Shankaracharya, His Holiness Sri Chandrasekarendra Saraswati Swamigal (Maha Periyavar). He was the Principal of Ramanathan College in Sri Lanka. Later he came and settled in Chennai. The songs which were popularised by Maharajapuram Santhanam are,Bho Shambo (Revati), Madhura Madhura (Bagheshri), both composed by Swami Dayananda Saraswati, Unnai Allal (Kalyani Raga), Sadha Nin Padhame gathi, Varam onnru (Shanmukhapriya), Srichakra Raja (Ragamalika), Nalinakaanthimathim (Ragamalika),Ksheerabdi kannike (Ragamalika) among others. The Maharajapuram Santhanam Day is celebrated on the 3rd of December every year.
    He died in a car accident on June 24, 1992. His sons Maharajapuram S. Srinivasan, Maharajapuram S. Ramachandran, and his primary disciple Dr. R. Ganesh are now carrying on his musical tradition.
    His other most popular songs are Purandaradasa kritis: Narayana ninna (Shuddha Dhanyasi) and Govinda ninna. His rendition of Vilayada ithu nerama muruga was without parallel. His renditions were full of Bhakthi.

    Songs List:
    1. Mahaganapathim 00:00
    2. Marubalka 03:58
    3. Sri Balasubramanya 14:33
    4. Karthikeya 23:21
    5. Nee Vada 31:01
    6. Narasimha Mamava 37:34
    7. Nanoru Vilayattu Bommaiya 43:40
    8. Yaro Endrennamale 47:59
    9. Thedi Vandhennudan 58:20

    ==Song Details==
    ---------------------------
    Song - Mahaganapathim
    Artist - Maharajapuram Santhanam
    Lyr & Comp - Sri Muthuswami Dikshitar

    Song - Marubalka
    Artist - Maharajapuram Santhanam
    Lyr & Comp - Thyagaraja

    Song - Sri Balasubramanya
    Artist - Maharajapuram Santhanam
    Lyr & Comp - Sri Muthuswami Dikshitar

    Song - Karthikeya
    Artist - Maharajapuram Santhanam
    Lyr & Comp - Papanasam Sivan

    Song - Nee Vada
    Artist - Maharajapuram Santhanam
    Lyr & Comp - Thyagaraja

    Song - Narasimha Mamava
    Artist - Maharajapuram Santhanam
    Lyr & Comp - Swati Thirunal

    Song - Nanoru Vilayattu Bommaiya
    Artist - Maharajapuram Santhanam
    Lyr & Comp - Papanasam Sivan

    Song - Yaro Endrennamale
    Artist - Maharajapuram Santhanam
    Lyr & Comp - Arunachala Kavirayar

    Song - Thedi Vandhennudan
    Artist - Maharajapuram Santhanam
    Lyr & Comp - Suddhananda Bharathiyaar

    Label - VANI
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  • Baburaj Hits Vol 1 | എം.എസ്‌. ബാബുരാജ് | Malayalam Super Old Hits | Video Jukebox

    21:10

    Mohammad Sabir Baburaj (Malayalam: എം.എസ്‌. ബാബുരാജ്), also known as M. S. Baburaj, was a Malayalam music composer. He is often credited for the renaissance of Malayalam film music. Baburaj has rendered music to many evergreen Malayalam film songs.

    One of his greatest achievements was the introduction of Hindustani strains into Malayalam popular music. He successfully composed melodies based on Hindustani Ragas and blended Malayalam lyrics into them. Most of the lyrics were written by eminent Malayalam poets like P. Bhaskaran and Vayalar.

    Baburaj learned basic lessons of Hindustani music from his father from a very young age, but he could not learn it for long due to his father's demise.[clarification needed] In search of pure music, young Baburaj visited West Bengal, Mumbai and Sri Lanka. He learned to play the Harmonium during this period.

    The Baburaj-P. Bhaskaran-Yesudas combination produced many of the most memorable Malayalam tunes of the 1960s and 1970s. Most of his classic duets were sung by K. J. Yesudas and S. Janaki, each recording solo Baburaj compositions as well.

  • Thanjavur S Kalyanaraman | Raga Kamboji

    40:27

    Ma Janaki
    Raga - Kamboji / Thala - Adi / Composer - Thyagaraja

    Pallavi
    mA jAnaki ceTTa baTTaga maharAja vaitivi

    Anupallavi
    rAja rAjavara rAjIvAkSa vinu rAvaNAdiyani rAjillu kIrtiyu

    Charanam
    kAnakEgi yAjnA mIraka mAyAkara munici shikhi centanE yuNDi dAnavuni
    ventanE cani yashOkatani mUlanuNDi vAni mATalaku gOpaginci kaNTa vidhiyincakanE
    yuNDi shrI nAyaka yashamu nIkE kalgajEya lEdA tyAgarAja paripAla

    Meaning: It is because you clasped the hand of our JAnaki (SIta) in wedlock that you became famous. O King of Kings, let me tell you this. You owe your fame as the Vanquisher of mighty RAvaNa to the great good fortune of having clasped the hand of JAnaki. She accompanied you to the forests, then obeying your command, entrusted her real Self to the care of the fire-god, lifting a shadow form of hers to be carried away by RAvaNa to Lanka. There, in that form, she lived under an AshOka tree, tolerating the boastful advances of RAvaNa and controlling her anger, abstaining from burning him down to ashes. Remember Lord, even in that she desisted just to give you the credit of destroying RAvaNa. O Lord of SrI, protector of TyAgarAja.

    Painting:
    Rama and Sita in the Forest: A Thorn is Removed from Rama’s Foot
    ca. 1800–10
    The scene illustrated here takes place after Rama has been banished from court,. Rama, his wife Sita, and his brother Lakshmana are seated on a sun­ drenched hillock in a clearing in the dense wilderness. Dressed in the costume of leaves appropriate to forest dwellers, the three figures have been hunting in the interior of the forest, as the trussed antelope at their feet indicates. Hanuman, the bulky prime minister of the monkey clan, and Rama’s eventual ally, is drinking from the stream flowing along the lower border of the picture. At the centre of the composition Sita is fanning Rama, who twists in great pain, reclining on the ground, as Lakshmana attempts to remove a thorn from the sole of his foot. The gods are new to this wilderness world. Yet with Hanuman’s help they will learn its ways quickly enough. This painting is a skillful medley of circular elements: the large white stones in the foreground, the curvature of the land, the trussed antelope, and the curved swords and bows, are all harmonized within a rectangular composition. The silvery green palette is unusual for a
    Kangra painting of this date.


    Lyrics & Meaning:
    Picture:
    Editor: Shreeraam Shankar

  • CARNATIC VOCAL | BHARATHIYAR SONGS | MAHARAJAPURAM SANTHANAM | JUKEBOX

    45:21

    Sangeetha Kalanidhi Maharajapuram Santhanam (Tamil: மகாராஜபுரம் ஸந்தானம்), (December 3, 1928June 24, 1992) was one of the great Carnatic music vocalists of the 20th century. He was born in Sirunangur, a village in the state of Tamil Nadu. He followed the footsteps of his father Maharajapuram Viswanatha Iyer who was also a Carnatic singer.
    Besides studying with his father, he was also a disciple of Melattur Sama Dikshitar. Maharajapuram Santhanam was also a distinguished composer. He wrote many songs on Lord Murugan and Kanchi Shankaracharya, His Holiness Sri Chandrasekarendra Saraswati Swamigal (Maha Periyavar). He was the Principal of Ramanathan College in Sri Lanka. Later he came and settled in Chennai. The songs which were popularised by Maharajapuram Santhanam are,Bho Shambo (Revati), Madhura Madhura (Bagheshri), both composed by Swami Dayananda Saraswati, Unnai Allal (Kalyani Raga), Sadha Nin Padhame gathi, Varam onnru (Shanmukhapriya), Srichakra Raja (Ragamalika), Nalinakaanthimathim (Ragamalika),Ksheerabdi kannike (Ragamalika) among others. The Maharajapuram Santhanam Day is celebrated on the 3rd of December every year.
    He died in a car accident on June 24, 1992. His sons Maharajapuram S. Srinivasan, Maharajapuram S. Ramachandran, and his primary disciple Dr. R. Ganesh are now carrying on his musical tradition.
    His other most popular songs are Purandaradasa kritis: Narayana ninna (Shuddha Dhanyasi) and Govinda ninna. His rendition of Vilayada ithu nerama muruga was without parallel. His renditions were full of Bhakthi.

    Songs List:
    1. Vellai Kamalathile 00:00
    2. Mogathai 06:58
    3. Suttum Vizhi 12:44
    4. Ayiram Deivangal 17:45
    5. Chinnanchiru Kiliye 23:02
    6. Asai Mugam 29:09
    7. Nenjil Uram 34:52
    8. Vellai Thamarai 40:09

    ==Song Details==
    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~
    All Songs sung by Maharajapuram Santhanam
    Lyrics & Composed by Subramaniya Bharathiyaar

    Label - VANI
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  • Katey Kiri Suwanda - Dharmadasa Walpola

    4:00

    Music Director - R. Muttusamy / Composer - Sunil Santha / Lyrics - Arisen Ahubudu / Director - Lester James Peries

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  • Bizet: Les Pécheurs de Perles

    1:43:33

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    Parisian composer Georges Bizet was enrolled in the Consevatoire at the age of nine and won a premier prix in solfège within six months of his arrival. He later received prizes for his skill as a pianist, gaining particular renown for his sight-reading, and won the coveted Prix de Rome in 1857. At this time, opera theatres in Paris were reluctant to stage new works rather than the established classics, meaning that Bizet’s operas did not achieve much success during his lifetime, despite the fact that today two of his operas are considered among the best ever written.

    The premiere of Les Pêcheurs de Perles took place in 1863 and the opera was brought back to Paris in 1889 at the Exposition Universelle of that year. The story, set in Ceylon (known today as Sri Lanka), centres on the love between the priestess Léïla and the fisherman Nadir, who is envied by his fellow fisherman and friend Zurga. The idea of the ‘exotic’ is a prominent feature of the opera and can be heard in the unusual instruments of the percussion section, the dance rhythms, and the use of the harp. The qualities of the ‘exotic’ evoked here are more similar to those of the Mediterranean than of Ceylon, although it is known from Bizet’s letters that his original inspiration for the setting was Mexico. The opera contains the famous friendship duet, ‘Au fond du temple saint’, known as the Pearl Fishers’ Duet.

    00:00:00 Les Pécheurs de Perles: Prelude
    00:01:53 Les Pécheurs de Perles: Act 1: Introduction: Sur la grève en feu (Chorus)
    00:05:24 Les Pécheurs de Perles: Act 1: Scène et choeur: Amis, interrompez vos danses (Zurga/Chorus/Nadir)
    00:09:15 Les Pécheurs de Perles: Act 1: Récit et reprise du choeur dansé: Demeure parmi nous, Nadir (Zurga/Chorus/Nadir)
    00:11:25 Les Pécheurs de Perles: Act 1: Récit et duo: C’est toi, toi qu’enfin je revois! (Zurga/Nadir)
    00:13:46 Les Pécheurs de Perles: Act 1: Duo: Au fond du temple saint (Zurga/Nadir)
    00:18:59 Les Pécheurs de Perles: Act 1: Récit, choeur et scène: Que vois-je? (Zurga/Nadir/Chorus)
    00:22:34 Les Pécheurs de Perles: Act 1: Choeur: C’est elle! Elle vient!…Sois la bienvenue (Chorus)
    00:24:38 Les Pécheurs de Perles: Act 1: Scène et choeur: Seule au milieu de nous (Zurga/Léïla/Chorus/Nourabad)
    00:31:41 Les Pécheurs de Perles: Act 1: Récit et romance: À cette voix… Je crois entendre encore (Nadir)
    00:36:59 Les Pécheurs de Perles: Act 1: Final: Le ciel est bleu! (Chorus/Nourabad/Nadir)
    00:38:55 Les Pécheurs de Perles: Act 1: Air et choeur: Ô Dieu Brahma! (Léïla/Chorus/Nadir)
    00:44:52 Les Pécheurs de Perles: Act 2: Entr’acte, choeur et scène: La, la, la…L’ombre descend des cieux (Chorus/Léïla/Nourabad)
    00:51:46 Les Pécheurs de Perles: Act 2: Récit et cavatine: Me voilà seule dans la nuit (Léïla)
    00:59:15 Les Pécheurs de Perles: Act 2: Chanson: De mon amie (Nadir/Léïla)
    01:01:14 Les Pécheurs de Perles: Act 2: Duo: Léïla!…Dieu puissant (Nadir/Léïla)
    01:09:02 Les Pécheurs de Perles: Act 2: Final: Ah! revenez à la raison! (Léïla/Nadir/Nourabad/Chorus/Zurga)
    01:18:24 Les Pécheurs de Perles: Act 3: Scene 1: Entr’acte, récit et air: L’orage s’est calmé…Ô Nadir (Zurga)
    01:24:17 Les Pécheurs de Perles: Act 3: Scene 1: Scène et duo: Qu’ai-je vu?… Je frémis, je chancelle (Zurga/Léïla)
    01:32:47 Les Pécheurs de Perles: Act 3: Scene 1: Scène: Entends au loin ce bruit de fête! (Nourabad/Léïla/Zurga)
    01:34:29 Les Pécheurs de Perles: Act 3: Scene 2: Choeur dansé: Dès que le soleil (Chorus)
    01:36:35 Les Pécheurs de Perles: Act 3: Scene 2: Scène et choeur: Sombres divinités (Nourabad/Chorus/Zurga/Léïla/Nadir)
    01:39:32 Les Pécheurs de Perles: Act 3: Scene 2: Trio: Ô lumière sainte (Léïla/Nadir/Zurga)
    01:40:55 Les Pécheurs de Perles: Act 3: Scene 2: Final: Ce sont eux, les voici! (Zurga/Nadir/Léïla/Nourabad/Chorus)

  • Pirates Of The Caribbean Theme

    4:09

    Tushar Lall’s arrangement of Pirates of the Caribbean Music (originally composed by Hans Zimmer) on Indian Classical Instruments. This is his humble attempt to portray the power and versatility of Indian Classical instruments. This is a tribute to the original makers of this song and we thank them for their incredible contribution to music.
    All the videos, songs, images, and graphics used in the video belong to their respective owners and I or this channel does not claim any right over them.

    Contact:- tusharlall02@gmail.com


    Do not forget to find the incredible musicians who were a part of this video and collaborate with them. An arrangement is nothing without the stunning performances that bring it to life. I’ve been extremely fortunate to be surrounded by such people. Apart from spreading awareness about Indian Classical culture, the least we can do is appreciate the people who contribute towards keeping it alive.
    The incredible people who make our stunning videos come to life are also mentioned here.
    You can directly look up their names on Facebook and Instagram (with the same way its spelled here) and collaborate!

    Credits:

    Arranged by - Tushar Lall

    Musicians -
    Piano - Tushar Lall
    Flute - Prathamesh Salunke
    Sarangi - Sandip Mishra
    Tabla - Samay Lalwani

    Video -
    Shot by - Tuhin Mukherjee
    Edited by - Amitesh Mukherjee
    Content Produced by: Tushar Lall
    Content Co-Produced by: Qyuki
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    About TIJP:

    The Indian Jam Project is a fusion platform, founded by young Producer/Composer Tushar Lall, who is the brains behind arranging and composing the Indianised adaptations, often by bombing them with his own compositions. The arrangements are performed with him and some amazing musicians.

    Tushar is attempting to knit classical Indian tones into the script of western music to showcase the beauty of Indian Music. It is one of a kind concept where a fusion of Indo-western styles of music produces a concoction which is deeply emotive as well as thought-provoking showing that music transcends boundaries and has no language.

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  • M.S.Viswanathan - A Tribute to MSV - Lord Murugan Devotional Songs

    6:21

    M.S.Viswanathan - A Tribute to MSV - Lord Murugan Devotional Songs:

    00:03 - Vaa Vaa Murugaa - M.S.Viswanathan

    Manayangath Subramanian Viswanathan (24 June 1928 – 14 July
    2015), also known as M.S.V., was a Kollywood music director and composer from South India. He was popularly known as Mellisai Mannar (Tamil for The King of Light Music). He composed songs in Tamil, Malayalam, Telugu, Kannada, and Hindi for over 1200 films. Viswanathan composed film music together with composer and violinist T. K. Ramamoorthy from the 1950s to 1965, as Viswanathan–Ramamoorthy and from 1965 until 2014 he worked independently as a composer.

    Kartikeya, also known as Skanda, Kumaran, Kumara Swami and Subramaniyan is the Hindu god of war. He is the Commander-in-Chief of the army of the devas and the son of Shiva and Parvati.
    Murugan (Tamil Murukaṉ) is often referred to as Tamiḻ kaṭavuḷ' (god of the Tamils) and is worshiped primarily in areas with Tamil influences, especially South India, Sri Lanka, Mauritius, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore and Réunion. His six most important shrines in India are the Six Abodes of Murugan, temples located in Tamil Nadu.
    In Bengal and Odisha, he is popularly known as Kartikeya.

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  • Deepika Priyadarshani Peries - Best Original Song Collection

    49:02

    Deepika Priyadarshani Peries Best Song Collection

    0:00:01 සිත ඔබ පාමුල රදවා
    0:04:03 සිනා පොදක්වී
    0:08:39 හද සැලෙනා
    0:12:25 ජය සිරිමා හාමුදුරුවනේ
    0:16:27 මම කදුළු බිංදුවක්
    0:19:27 මා තොටින් එන (සරෝජා)
    0:24:21 බොරළු ඇනෙන
    0:27:48 රාත‍්‍රිය වී
    0:31:30 පෙම්බර කුමාරාන
    0:35:00 මා සිතට අහම්බෙන්
    0:38:15 අහසයි ඔබ මට
    0:42:03 මගේ කදුළු වැල්
    0:45:11 කවිය ඔබ


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  • CARNATIC VOCAL | GOLDEN COLLECTIONS | MAHARAJAPURAM SANTHANAM | JUKEBOX

    1:4:00

    Sangeetha Kalanidhi Maharajapuram Santhanam (Tamil: மகாராஜபுரம் ஸந்தானம்), (December 3, 1928June 24, 1992) was one of the great Carnatic music vocalists of the 20th century. He was born in Sirunangur, a village in the state of Tamil Nadu. He followed the footsteps of his father Maharajapuram Viswanatha Iyer who was also a Carnatic singer.
    Besides studying with his father, he was also a disciple of Melattur Sama Dikshitar. Maharajapuram Santhanam was also a distinguished composer. He wrote many songs on Lord Murugan and Kanchi Shankaracharya, His Holiness Sri Chandrasekarendra Saraswati Swamigal (Maha Periyavar). He was the Principal of Ramanathan College in Sri Lanka. Later he came and settled in Chennai. The songs which were popularised by Maharajapuram Santhanam are,Bho Shambo (Revati), Madhura Madhura (Bagheshri), both composed by Swami Dayananda Saraswati, Unnai Allal (Kalyani Raga), Sadha Nin Padhame gathi, Varam onnru (Shanmukhapriya), Srichakra Raja (Ragamalika), Nalinakaanthimathim (Ragamalika),Ksheerabdi kannike (Ragamalika) among others. The Maharajapuram Santhanam Day is celebrated on the 3rd of December every year.
    He died in a car accident on June 24, 1992. His sons Maharajapuram S. Srinivasan, Maharajapuram S. Ramachandran, and his primary disciple Dr. R. Ganesh are now carrying on his musical tradition.
    His other most popular songs are Purandaradasa kritis: Narayana ninna (Shuddha Dhanyasi) and Govinda ninna. His rendition of Vilayada ithu nerama muruga was without parallel. His renditions were full of Bhakthi.

    Songs List:
    1.Sri Mahaganapathe 00:00
    2. Narayana 07:14
    3. Chandrasekara 21:46
    4. Govinda 29:16
    5. Nalinakanthimathim 35:25
    6. Sri Chakraraja 43:38
    7. Akilandeswari 50:43
    8. Thillana 57:19

    ==Song Details==
    --------------------------
    ► Sri Mahaganapathe
    Artist - Maharajapuram Santhanam
    Lyr & Comp - Mayuram Viswanatha Sastry

    ► Narayana
    Artist - Maharajapuram Santhanam
    Lyr & Comp - Purandaradasar

    ► Chandrasekara
    Artist - Maharajapuram Santhanam
    Lyr & Comp - Maharajapuram Santhanam

    ► Govinda
    Artist - Maharajapuram Santhanam
    Lyr & Comp - Purandaradasar

    ► Nalinakanthimathim
    Artist - Maharajapuram Santhanam
    Lyr & Comp - Traditional

    ► Sri Chakraraja
    Artist - Maharajapuram Santhanam
    Lyr & Comp - Traditional

    ► Akilandeswari
    Artist - Maharajapuram Santhanam
    Lyr & Comp - Dikshitar

    ► Thillana
    Artist - Maharajapuram Santhanam
    Lyr & Comp - Maharajapuram Santhanam

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  • 3 - Why This Kolaveri Di Official Video | Dhanush, Anirudh

    4:09

    Check out the exclusive video, shot during the recording of the song why this kolaveri di with the music composer Anirudh, Dhanush, Shruti Hassan, Aishwarya

    Song : Why this kolaveri di
    Movie : 3
    Singer : Dhanush
    Music by : Anirudh Ravichandran
    Starring : Dhanush, Anirudh, Shruti Haasan, Aishwarya Dhanush


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  • Sága krásy - Traditional folk lullaby from Eastern Slovakia. Šariš region.Eastern Slovak dialect.

    3:06

    Sings Monika Kandráčová.
    Eastern Slovak dialects (Slovak: východoslovenské nárečia, východniarčina), are dialects of the Slovak language spoken natively in the historical regions of Spiš, Šariš, Zemplín and Abov.

    A lullaby is a soothing song, usually sung to children before they go to sleep. The idea is that the song sung by a familiar and beautiful voice will lull the child to sleep. Lullabies can be found in every human culture, often very ancient, and some international European examples can be found below.

    Lullabies written by established classical composers are often given the form-name berceuse, which is French for lullaby, or cradle song. The most famous berceuse of all is Johannes Brahms' lied Wiegenlied (cradle song), called Brahms' Lullaby in English. Brahms wrote his Wiegenlied for a Bertha Faber, on the occasion of the birth of her second son. The English lyrics are similar to the original German.

    Typically a berceuse is in triple meter, or in a compound meter such as 6/8. Tonally most berceuses are simple, often merely alternating tonic and dominant harmonies: since the intended effect is to put someone to sleep, wild chromaticism would be somewhat out of character. Another characteristic of the berceuse--for no reason other than convention[citation needed]--is a tendency to stay on the flat side --for example the berceuses by Chopin, Liszt and Balakirev are all in D♭.

    Frédéric Chopin's Opus 57 is a berceuse for solo piano. Other famous examples of the genre include Maurice Ravel's Berceuse sur le nom de Gabriel Fauré for violin and piano; the Berceuse élégiaque by Ferruccio Busoni; the Berceuse from the opera Jocelyn by Benjamin Godard; the Berceuse by Igor Stravinsky which is featured in the Firebird ballet, and Lullaby for String Quartet by George Gershwin. The English composer Nicholas Maw's orchestral nocturne The World in the Evening is subtitled 'lullaby for large orchestra'. American composer Michael Glenn Williams Berceuse for solo piano (recorded by pianist Roberto Prosseda) uses an ostinato similar to Chopin's but in a 21st century harmonic context. Contemporary American composer Todd Goodman's Concerto for Bass Clarinet and Orchestra includes a Berceuse as the second movement. In terms of pop music, famous lullabies include Good Night by The Beatles and Lullaby (Good Night My Angel) by Billy Joel.

    Asia has its own versions of the lullaby as well. In Tamil (a language of southern India and northern Sri Lanka), a lullaby is called a thaalattu (thal means tongue). A melodious sound is created by frequent movement of the tongue at the beginning of the song, hence the name.

    But most notably is the use of the oyayi in the Philippines, also called huluna in Batangas. In fact, the use of a song in putting a baby to sleep is so popular that almost every mother in the province is said to have composed at least one lullaby for her child.

  • CARNATIC VOCAL | OOTHUKADU | MAHARAJAPURAM SANTHANAM | JUKEBOX

    59:34

    Sangeetha Kalanidhi Maharajapuram Santhanam (Tamil: மகாராஜபுரம் ஸந்தானம்), (December 3, 1928June 24, 1992) was one of the great Carnatic music vocalists of the 20th century. He was born in Sirunangur, a village in the state of Tamil Nadu. He followed the footsteps of his father Maharajapuram Viswanatha Iyer who was also a Carnatic singer.
    Besides studying with his father, he was also a disciple of Melattur Sama Dikshitar. Maharajapuram Santhanam was also a distinguished composer. He wrote many songs on Lord Murugan and Kanchi Shankaracharya, His Holiness Sri Chandrasekarendra Saraswati Swamigal (Maha Periyavar). He was the Principal of Ramanathan College in Sri Lanka. Later he came and settled in Chennai. The songs which were popularised by Maharajapuram Santhanam are,Bho Shambo (Revati), Madhura Madhura (Bagheshri), both composed by Swami Dayananda Saraswati, Unnai Allal (Kalyani Raga), Sadha Nin Padhame gathi, Varam onnru (Shanmukhapriya), Srichakra Raja (Ragamalika), Nalinakaanthimathim (Ragamalika),Ksheerabdi kannike (Ragamalika) among others. The Maharajapuram Santhanam Day is celebrated on the 3rd of December every year.
    He died in a car accident on June 24, 1992. His sons Maharajapuram S. Srinivasan, Maharajapuram S. Ramachandran, and his primary disciple Dr. R. Ganesh are now carrying on his musical tradition.
    His other most popular songs are Purandaradasa kritis: Narayana ninna (Shuddha Dhanyasi) and Govinda ninna. His rendition of Vilayada ithu nerama muruga was without parallel. His renditions were full of Bhakthi.

    Songs List:
    1. Paal Vadiyum Mugam 00:00
    2. Alaipayuthey 04:50
    3. Thaye Yesoda 10:48
    4. Yaar Enna Sonnalum 18:15
    5. Nee Than Mechikollavenum 24:51
    6. Kuzhaloodhi Manamellam 30:25
    7. Adum Varai Avar Adattum 43:30
    8. Parvai Onru Podume 48:28
    9. Aadaadhu Asangathu 52:34

    ==Song Details==
    All Songs Sung by Maharajapuram Santhanam
    Lyricist - Oothukadu Venkata Subbaiyer
    Tune - Traditional

    Label - VANI
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  • Hadawatha Gambure Song Lyrics - sakuge kathawa

    3:37

    SL Now lyrics

    Sakuge Kathawa සකූගේ කතාව
    Weekdays at 8pm on Sri Lanka's Number One Teledrama Channel Swarnavahini
    Vocal - Vinod Alwis.
    Composers & Music - Mahen Perera & Udara Samaraweera.
    Lyrics - Nandana Wikramage.
    Video Director - Priyantha Colambage.

  • CARNATIC VOCAL | DEVI KRITHIS | MAHARAJAPURAM SANTHANAM | JUKEBOX

    43:55

    Sangeetha Kalanidhi Maharajapuram Santhanam (Tamil: மகாராஜபுரம் ஸந்தானம்), (December 3, 1928June 24, 1992) was one of the great Carnatic music vocalists of the 20th century. He was born in Sirunangur, a village in the state of Tamil Nadu. He followed the footsteps of his father Maharajapuram Viswanatha Iyer who was also a Carnatic singer.
    Besides studying with his father, he was also a disciple of Melattur Sama Dikshitar. Maharajapuram Santhanam was also a distinguished composer. He wrote many songs on Lord Murugan and Kanchi Shankaracharya, His Holiness Sri Chandrasekarendra Saraswati Swamigal (Maha Periyavar). He was the Principal of Ramanathan College in Sri Lanka. Later he came and settled in Chennai. The songs which were popularised by Maharajapuram Santhanam are,Bho Shambo (Revati), Madhura Madhura (Bagheshri), both composed by Swami Dayananda Saraswati, Unnai Allal (Kalyani Raga), Sadha Nin Padhame gathi, Varam onnru (Shanmukhapriya), Srichakra Raja (Ragamalika), Nalinakaanthimathim (Ragamalika),Ksheerabdi kannike (Ragamalika) among others. The Maharajapuram Santhanam Day is celebrated on the 3rd of December every year.
    He died in a car accident on June 24, 1992. His sons Maharajapuram S. Srinivasan, Maharajapuram S. Ramachandran, and his primary disciple Dr. R. Ganesh are now carrying on his musical tradition.
    His other most popular songs are Purandaradasa kritis: Narayana ninna (Shuddha Dhanyasi) and Govinda ninna. His rendition of Vilayada ithu nerama muruga was without parallel. His renditions were full of Bhakthi.

    Songs List:
    1. Panchashat Peetaroopini 00:00
    2. Meenakshimeymudham 05:01
    3. Kamakshi 14:17
    4. Sri Saraswati 19:02
    5. Akilandeswari 21:56
    6. Sarasamukhi 30:35
    7. Himachala 34:49
    8. Trupurasundari 40:19

    ==Song Details==
    ------------------------
    Song - Panchashat Peetaroopini
    Artist - Maharajapuram Santhanam
    Lyr & Comp - Dikshitar
    Song - Meenakshimeymudham
    Artist - Maharajapuram Santhanam
    Lyr & Comp - Dikshitar
    Song - Kamakshi
    Artist - Maharajapuram Santhanam
    Lyr & Comp - Dikshitar
    Song - Sri Saraswati
    Artist - Maharajapuram Santhanam
    Lyr & Comp - Dikshitar
    Song - Akilandeswari
    Artist - Maharajapuram Santhanam
    Lyr & Comp - Dikshitar
    Song - Sarasamukhi
    Artist - Maharajapuram Santhanam
    Lyr & Comp - Muthiah Bhagavadar
    Song - Himachala
    Artist - Maharajapuram Santhanam
    Lyr & Comp - Shyama Sastri
    Song - Trupurasundari
    Artist - Maharajapuram Santhanam
    Lyr & Comp - Dikshitar

    Label - VANI
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  • Mathaka Mandira Cover Song Sri Lankan Most Famous Song 2020

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  • A. R. Rahman, Yeh Jo Des Hai Tera : Berklee Indian Ensemble and Berklee World Strings

    6:07

    #berklee #berkleecollegeofmusic A. R. Rahman is an Indian composer, singer-songwriter, producer, multi-instrumentalist and philanthropist, known for redefining contemporary Indian film music, and putting Indian music on the global map, in a way that no other Indian composer/performer has achieved.

    On October 24, 2014, Berklee College of Music conferred A. R. Rahman with an honorary doctor of music degree. Berklee faculty and students paid tribute to the living legend, who joined them on select pieces in a concert celebrating his music and life at Boston's Symphony Hall.

    Mr. Rahman's visit was a signature event under Berklee India Exchange, a new initiative co-founded by two Indian Berklee alums, Annette Philip (artistic director), and Clint Valladares (artist relations and strategy), as a platform for cultural conversation, through the composition, collaboration, and performance of original Indian music. Proceeds from the concert went towards a scholarship fund in Mr. Rahman's name for students from India to attend Berklee.


    Berklee Indian Ensemble and Berklee World Strings
    with special guest, A.R. Rahman

    Yeh Jo Des Hai Tera (A.R. Rahman)
    From the film Swades


    Annette Philip: Arranger/Producer, Director - Berklee Indian Ensemble
    Eugene Friesen: Conductor, Director - Berklee World Strings
    Matthew Nicholl: String arrangements, Chair - Contemporary Writing and Production


    Vocal Soloists
    Shilpa Ananth, Kerala, India
    Dhruv Goel, Lucknow, India
    Rohith Santosh Jayaraman, San Jose, CA
    Harini Srinivasa Raghavan, Chennai, India


    Berklee Indian Ensemble Choir
    Shilpa Ananth, Kerala, India
    Sanjeeta Bhattacharya, New Delhi, India
    Dhruv Goel, Lucknow, India
    Vasundhara Gupta, Kolkata, India
    Rohith Santosh Jayaraman, San Jose, CA
    Harshitha Krishnan, Chennai, India
    Nalini Krishnan, Seattle, Washington
    Joakim Molander, Sørum, Norway
    Armeen Musa, Dhaka, Bangladesh
    Kanika Patawari, Antwerp, Belgium
    Annette Philip, Kerala, India
    Purvaa Sampath, Bangalore, India
    Ishita Sinha: Patna, India
    Harini Srinivasa Raghavan, Chennai, India
    Aseem Suri, New Delhi, India
    Adriel Tjokrosaputro, Surakarta, Indonesia
    Sanchitha Wickremesooriya, Colombo, Sri Lanka


    Berklee Indian Ensemble Instrumentalists
    Annette Philip: piano, Kerala, India
    Cheng Lu: keyboard, Beijing, China
    Yazhi Guo: suona, Hong Kong, China
    Sashank Navaladi: sarod, New Delhi, India
    Fares Btoush: oud, Amman, Jordan
    Aleif Hamdan: electric guitar, Jakarta, Indonesia
    Shubh Saran: electric guitar, New Delhi, India
    Achal Murthy: bass, Strassen, Luxembourg
    Kaushlesh Purohit: udu drum, tabla, Jodhpur, India
    Ranajoy Das: drumset, New Delhi, India
    Negah Santos: percussion, Sao Paolo, Brazil
    Patrick Simard: octopad, percussion, Ottowa, Canada
    Daniel Gonzalez: electronic drum sound design, Mexico City, Mexico


    Berklee World Strings
    Eugene Friesen, conductor, Los Angeles, CA
    Na Young Baik, Violin I, Seoul, South Korea
    Carlos Felipa Silva, Violin I, Caracas, Venezuela
    Sumaia Martins, Violin I, Santa Cruz, CA
    Yeji Yoon, Violin I, Seoul, South Korea
    Stefano Melillo Melendez, Violin I, Caracas, Venezuela
    Sarah Hubbard, Violin I, Wedtfield, MA

    Elise Boeur, Violin II, Vancouver, Canada
    Adrianna Ciccone, Violin II, Timmins, Canada
    Sadie E. Currey, Violin II, Columbia, MO
    Carolyn Kendrick, Violin II, Stockton, CA
    Rosy Timms, Violin II, Adelaide, Australia
    Tsung-Yuan Lee, Violin II, Taipei, Taiwan

    Max Wolpert, Viola, Crookston, MN
    John Smith, Viola, Augusta, GA
    Brendan Klippel, Viola, Queensbury, NY
    Gerson Eguiguren Martinez, Viola, Quito, Ecuador

    Marta Roma, Cello, Cantonigros, Spain
    Adrian Zemor, Cello, New York City, NY
    Keizo Yoshioka, Cello, Hopedale, MA
    Steph Dye, Cello, St. Louis, MO

    Nathaniel Sabat, Double bass, New York, NY
    Victor Manuel Gonzalez Quezada: Double bass, Rancagua, Chile

    Allegra Cramer, Harp, Gold Coast, Australia


    Recorded live at Berklee College of Music Studios: Shames Family Scoring Stage (Studio 1) and The Ark (Studio 2)
    Alejandro Rodriguez: recording engineer
    Simon Katz: assistant recording engineer, mixing engineer
    Matthew Larson: assistant engineer
    Taylor Marvin: assistant engineer
    McKain Webb-Lakey: assistant

    Teo Karakolev: videographer, editor
    Kevin Greene: videographer
    Sam Harchik: videographer
    Jonathan Williams: additional footage

    Mastered by M Works Studios
    Jonathan Wyner: engineer

    Berklee India Exchange Co Founders
    Clint Valladares and Annette Philip #berklee #berkleecollegeofmusic

  • CARNATIC VOCAL | PAPANASAM SIVAN SONGS | MAHARAJAPURAM SANTHANAM | JUKEBOX

    44:45

    Sangeetha Kalanidhi Maharajapuram Santhanam (Tamil: மகாராஜபுரம் ஸந்தானம்), (December 3, 1928June 24, 1992) was one of the great Carnatic music vocalists of the 20th century. He was born in Sirunangur, a village in the state of Tamil Nadu. He followed the footsteps of his father Maharajapuram Viswanatha Iyer who was also a Carnatic singer.
    Besides studying with his father, he was also a disciple of Melattur Sama Dikshitar. Maharajapuram Santhanam was also a distinguished composer. He wrote many songs on Lord Murugan and Kanchi Shankaracharya, His Holiness Sri Chandrasekarendra Saraswati Swamigal (Maha Periyavar). He was the Principal of Ramanathan College in Sri Lanka. Later he came and settled in Chennai. The songs which were popularised by Maharajapuram Santhanam are,Bho Shambo (Revati), Madhura Madhura (Bagheshri), both composed by Swami Dayananda Saraswati, Unnai Allal (Kalyani Raga), Sadha Nin Padhame gathi, Varam onnru (Shanmukhapriya), Srichakra Raja (Ragamalika), Nalinakaanthimathim (Ragamalika),Ksheerabdi kannike (Ragamalika) among others. The Maharajapuram Santhanam Day is celebrated on the 3rd of December every year.
    He died in a car accident on June 24, 1992. His sons Maharajapuram S. Srinivasan, Maharajapuram S. Ramachandran, and his primary disciple Dr. R. Ganesh are now carrying on his musical tradition.
    His other most popular songs are Purandaradasa kritis: Narayana ninna (Shuddha Dhanyasi) and Govinda ninna. His rendition of Vilayada ithu nerama muruga was without parallel. His renditions were full of Bhakthi.

    Songs List:
    1. Parasakthi Janani 00:00
    2. Durgalakshmi 04:45
    3. Kadai Kann Parvai 10:05
    4. Ennai Kaatharul 16:20
    5. Kanthimathi 22:18
    6. Devi Sri Menalochani 27:15
    7. Nee Irangayenil 31:03
    8. Bhuvaneswari 36:36
    9. Karpagame 40:03

    ==Song Details=
    ~~~~~~~~~~~~
    All Songs Sung by Maharajapuram Santhanam
    Lyr & Comp by Traditional

    Label - VANI
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  • Beethoven - Für Elise | Piano Version

    2:56

    Für Elise by Beethoven, probably the most famous piano piece ever composed.

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    The identity of Elise has eluded historians and scholars for decades. The bagatelle wasn’t discovered and published until 40 years after Beethoven’s death, so he certainly wasn’t around to tell tales of the woman who had inspired the composition. Scholars believe “Elise” must have been pretty close to Beethoven, but no one has been able to definitively prove who she really was.

    The woman most people believe to be Elise, however, has long been Austrian singer and performer Therese Malfatti. It’s thought that Beethoven proposed to Malfatti around 1810, and she either rejected him outright or accepted and changed her mind shortly thereafter. If that’s the case, why would it be named “Für Elise” instead of “Für Therese”? The argument is that it was Für Therese—and somewhere over the years, the name was mistranslated. Another fact working in Malfatti’s favor: The original manuscript in Beethoven’s hand was found in her possessions after her death, apparently labeled “Für Therese.” It has since gone missing, resulting in a classical music mystery for the ages.

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  • Theme from The English Patient - 1996, Let me come in

    2:41

    The English Patient is a 1996 romantic drama film based on the novel of the same name by Sri Lankan-Canadian writer Michael Ondaatje. The film, written for the screen and directed by Anthony Minghella, won nine Academy Awards including Best Picture. Ondaatje worked closely with the filmmakers.For more information see the following links:




    This awesome piece is composed by Gabriel Yared:
    Gabriel Yared stopped his law studies at the age of 20 to work as a professional music composer. He studied with Henri Dutilleux and Maurice Ohana. He worked as a composer, orchestrator or producer for such singers as Françoise Hardy, Charles Aznavour, Gilbert Bécaud and Mireille Mathieu. He made his film debut in 1980 with the score for Jean-Luc Godard's Every Man for Himself ... For more information see:


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  • BNS - Lanka Matha

    4:24

    Vocals by Bathiya & Santhush
    Composed by Sri Shyamalangan
    Lyrics by Shehan Galahitiyawa
    Video Director - Prasanna Jayakody
    Backing Vocals by Umara/Ashanthi / Jananath / Sachith
    Arranged by Sri Shyamalangan , Bathiya Jayakody, Sachith Peiris
    Album - Lanka Matha - a tribute to our great nation
    Studio - Saregama Music
    C&P - 2009

    ලංකා මාතා

    හදවත ගැඹුරේ ධීර චේතනා - මේ සිව් හෙළයේ දසත විසිරුවා
    එක් වෙමූ - සුරකිමු - ලක් මෑණියන් සෑමදා
    මේ ලොව බිහිවූ දිනයේ සිට මෙමා - අවසන් හුස්මත් ගිලිහි යනතුරා
    එක හෙළා පුදදෙමු - අපේ ජීවිතේ ලේ පවා

    ශ්‍රී ලංකා භුමී නාමදිමු සැවොමා - වන්දේ ලක් මෑණි සැමදා

    ශ්‍රී ලංකා මාතා - පෑ විස්කම් බෝමා
    ශ්‍රී ලංකා මාතා - රකිමි සැමදා
    ශ්‍රී ලංකා මාතා - පෑ විස්කම් බෝමා
    ශ්‍රී ලංකා මාතා - වඳිමි සැමදා

    උරිනුර ගැටිලා බලය විහිදුවා - දාබිඳු හෙළලා සවිය පැමිණා
    සැම දනා - දිවි දෙමූ - හෙළ භුමියේ නමිනා
    ඔදතෙද පාලා සිංහ ධජ හොවා - ලය පුද කරලා තේජසින් සැමා
    හඬ නගා පවසමු - අභිමානයේ ගායනා

    ‘Lanka Matha’ is an audiovisual tribute to the great Nation of Sri Lanka and its people. It is also a celebratory token to mark Sri Lanka’s 61st Independence Day celebrations just before the end of the 30 year civil war. The ‘Lanka Matha’ concept was developed by the Ministry of Defence in partnership with Bathiya & Santhush that deliver the message of patriotism and love for one’s motherland.

    ‘Lanka Matha’ is performed and produced by Bathiya & Santhush, composed by Sri Shyamalangan and written by Shehan Galahitiyawa. The ‘Lanka Matha’ music video was directed by award winning film director Prasanna Jayakody.

    “Lanka Matha delivers a heartfelt message of patriotism through musical and visual artistry. It is a salute to both Sri Lanka and the heroic people who strive to protect our motherland.

  • CARNATIC VOCAL | SRI THYAGARAJAS PANCHARATNA KRITHIS | MAHARAJAPURAM SANTHANAM | JUKEBOX

    56:47

    Sangeetha Kalanidhi Maharajapuram Santhanam (Tamil: மகாராஜபுரம் ஸந்தானம்), (December 3, 1928June 24, 1992) was one of the great Carnatic music vocalists of the 20th century. He was born in Sirunangur, a village in the state of Tamil Nadu. He followed the footsteps of his father Maharajapuram Viswanatha Iyer who was also a Carnatic singer.
    Besides studying with his father, he was also a disciple of Melattur Sama Dikshitar. Maharajapuram Santhanam was also a distinguished composer. He wrote many songs on Lord Murugan and Kanchi Shankaracharya, His Holiness Sri Chandrasekarendra Saraswati Swamigal (Maha Periyavar). He was the Principal of Ramanathan College in Sri Lanka. Later he came and settled in Chennai. The songs which were popularised by Maharajapuram Santhanam are,Bho Shambo (Revati), Madhura Madhura (Bagheshri), both composed by Swami Dayananda Saraswati, Unnai Allal (Kalyani Raga), Sadha Nin Padhame gathi, Varam onnru (Shanmukhapriya), Srichakra Raja (Ragamalika), Nalinakaanthimathim (Ragamalika),Ksheerabdi kannike (Ragamalika) among others. The Maharajapuram Santhanam Day is celebrated on the 3rd of December every year.
    He died in a car accident on June 24, 1992. His sons Maharajapuram S. Srinivasan, Maharajapuram S. Ramachandran, and his primary disciple Dr. R. Ganesh are now carrying on his musical tradition.
    His other most popular songs are Purandaradasa kritis: Narayana ninna (Shuddha Dhanyasi) and Govinda ninna. His rendition of Vilayada ithu nerama muruga was without parallel. His renditions were full of Bhakthi.

    Tracks List:
    1. Dudukugala Nanne 00:00
    2. Endraro Mahanubhavulu 11:46
    3. Jagadanandakaraka 22:25
    4. Kanakanaruchira 35:53
    5. Sadhinchane 47:14

    Track Details
    -------------------
    All Songs Sung by Maharajapuram Santhanam
    All Songs Lyric & Tune by Thyagaraja

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  • Sivamani - Solo Performance at Berklee College of Music

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    #berklee #berkleecollegeofmusic Sivamani performs on his suitcase and drum set at the Berklee Performance Center for the 2015 Berklee Percussion Weekend.



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  • Aditya Hrudayam Stotram Full With Lyrics | आदित्य हृदयम | Powerful Mantra From Ramayana | Mantra

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    Tune in to this melodious stotram Aditya Hrudayam and sing along with the help of lyrics only on Rajshri Soul.

    Aditya Hrudayam, is a devotional hymn associated with Aditya or the Sun God (Surya) and was recited by the sage Agastya to Rāma on the battlefield before fighting the demon king Rāvana. Agastya teaches Rāma, who is fatigued after the long battle with various warriors of Lanka, the procedure of worshipping the Sun God for strength to defeat the enemy. These verses belong to Yuddha Kānda in the Rāmāyana as composed by Agastya and compiled by Vālmīki.

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  • Pirith

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    Pirith (Sri Lanka) · Field Musicians

    Chants from Buddhist Temples

    ℗ 2010 ARC

    Released on: 2010-02-01

    Ensemble: Field Musicians
    Composer: Traditional

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  • Schindlers List Theme Song by Symphony Orchestra of Sri Lanka

    3:48

    MUSIC FROM THE MOVIES At Bishop's College Auditorium, Colombo 02 (09-08-2015)

    Conducted By : Dushyanthi Perera

  • Hero / Daffodil Malē Mashup - Rasika Nawarathne & Yugantha

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    #hero #enrique_iglesias #daffodil_male #dayanwitharana #mashup
    Hero is a famous love song originally sung by Enrique Iglesias. The Daffodil Malē is a very famous Sri Lankan Love song that was originally sung by Dayan Witharana. The music composition was done by Composer/Music Director NIloufer Perera and the music by Karunarathne Wijewardena. Penned by Chaaminda Rathnasuriya.


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  • Amarasiri Peiris, Malani Bulathsinhala - Vihanga Geethaya Nihanda Ai Sinhala Songs

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    Click #DinuraCreations for the most popular Sinhala songs videos. Vihanga Geethaya Nihanda Ai Lyrics;
    විහඟ ගීතය නිහඬ ඇයි
    කියනු මැන කොඳුරා
    නොපෙනෙනා දුර
    ඈත කුටියක සිරවෙලා
    විහඟ ගීතය
    නිහඬ සුසුමක නැවතිලා..

    ලදළු මැලවී තුරු ලතා තැති ගැනී
    සිරස සරසන මලක්වත් නැහැ පිපී
    අඳුර රජවී අනේ දුනු හි ඇනී
    නිහඬ කුටියක විහඟ ගී ගොළු වුනී..

    කඳුළු වගුරා පහුරුගා දෙස් තියා
    ප්‍රගීතයකට කොහොම තැවෙමුද හඬා
    පියාඹන්නට නාද දී නිදහසේ
    විහඟ ගීතය මුදා ගෙන එමු සඳේ..
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  • RimSo - Solo

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    Within the context of our intentions to exhibit the 'Undying Unity of the Human Spirit and Music's Inherent Ability to Unite Across Borders and Cultures' Record On Studios, Qatar was inspired to create a theme song in tribute to our adopted home; Qatar. The day was the 16th of September 2012.
    The paradigm was set to provide an opportunity to upcoming talent who shared the same passion which was the theme of the project. Adventure, Creativity, Challenges & Mind-blowing Discoveries later; WORLD WITHIN A SONG was born.

    The music which features artists from more than 24 countries is an original composition by the incredibly talented Dileepa Liyanage (Lee) who also sound engineered the project. Multi-talented Singer and Actress Keyali Mayaga authored the heartfelt lyrics, while Anslem Angelo, co-founder of Record on Home Studio produced the project.

    LIST OF NATIONALITIES INVOLVED
    Philippines, Sri Lanka, England, Russia, Canada, Pakistan, Ethiopia, Algeria, Nigeria, Wales, Argentina, Lebanon, Kenya, India, USA, Thailand, Palestine, Iran, France, Bosnia, Hungary, Tunisia, Morocco & Qatar.

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  • Dil Me Baji Guitar | Aditya Narayan | Chhindwara

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    Aditya Narayan, son of famous singer Udit Narayan, is a Singer, composer, tv host and actor. Aditya has given many superhit as a singer like Tatad Tatad , Ishkiyon Dishkiyon , Kbhi Na Kbhi and more for bollywood films. He also has many superhit songs under his list as Singles . Aditya has also been loved for hosting Saregamapa and other tv and awards shows. He is all gearing up for more Bollywood superhits soon.

  • Mere Sapno Kii Rani Kab Aayegi Tu•Instrumental Cover•On Keyboard•Ft.Sunil Gupta

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    Mere Sapno ki Rani Instrumental Cover


    Mere Sapno Ki Rani (transl. The queen of my dreams) is a popular Hindi song from the 1969 Bollywood movie Aradhana. The song was composed by Sachin Dev Burman and performed by Kishore Kumar. In the film, Rajesh Khanna, the male protagonist, sings the song atop an open jeep virtually chasing the heroine, Sharmila Tagore, who was aboard the toy train in Darjeeling (Darjeeling Himalayan Railway).[1][2] R. D. Burman composed the song after his father, S.D. Burman, became too ill to finish the film's music. The song became a superhit in India.[2] Many other versions of this song were made such as the song Atha Dilisena Hiru by famous Sri Lankan singer H. R. Jothipala[3] The song was re-used in the Tamil film, Eli (2015).[4]

    Mere Sapno Ki RaniSong by Kishore Kumar from the album Aradhana Language Hindi Released 1969 Length 5:00 LabelSaregama Composer(s)Sachin Dev Burman Lyricist(s)Anand Bakshi

  • Rydham Chanti Drums show

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    The Drums player Chanti, a Young man with smiley face, well known as Drums player, Musician, composer from Andhra Pradesh. He came from a music family, his father is a singer and his elder brother is keyboard player. From his childhood both brothers together conducted many musical shows in A.P. He was played drums for many film music concerts and gave shows with famous film singers like Smt.S.Janaki, Sri S.P.Balasubramanayam, Smt.P.Sushila,V.Ramakrishna Das,G.Anandh, Vandhamataram Srinivas. Chanti himself conducted many stag show with famous singers Sri Nagur Babu (Mano), Mallikarjuna ,Vijyalakshmi, Gopikapornima,Ravi varma,Muralidhar. Chanti was played pads and Tabala for kuchipudi dance dramas which were composed by famous Kuchipudi & Movie choreographer Sri K.V.Satyanarayana and chanti was toured all over India & Abroad with K.V.Satyanarayana Troop. He was composed music to some Audio Cassettes. He gave his performances at Sri Datta Peetam, My sore in the presence of Sri Ganapathi Sachchitananada Swamiji and in the presence of sri Jayendra saraswati of Sri kanchi kamakoti peetam at Kanchi. Chanti's Rhythm solo recitals were conduct at various places in India and Singapore also. Audience and press people appreciated his performance. He was blessed by Dr.Balamurali Krishna, Dr.Yella Venkateswara rao, Dr.Korada Narashmiha rao and by some other eminent persons. He was participated in Vangi usthav, Krishna Mahosthav, Godhavari festival, Bhadradri Festival, Visaka Mahosthav,Kalchakra Mahosthav, Sri Krishna devaraya festival, Karnool Festival, Mahasivaratri Festivals at srisailam, srikalhasti& MahaNandi, Bramosthav Mahosthav at Titupati , Sankata Mochan Music and festival at Varanasi and Malukayika Ugadi Mahosthav at Banglore. Chanti's life ambition to become a good musician and he like to play drums, pads and other rhythms instruments together, like famous Drums player Sri Sivamani . On this way he is giving his performance at various places in India and Abroad.

  • MERE NAINA SAWAN BHADO - मेरे नैना सावन भादो - by KZH Rana

    5:46

    SINGER: KISHORE KUMAR
    FILM: MEHBOOBA
    LYRICS: Anand bakshi
    MUSIC: R.D. BURMAN

    Indian pop music often known as I-Pop, Indian-Pop, Hindi Pop, or Indi-pop, refers to pop music originated in the South Asian region with the playback singer Ahmed Rushdi's song ‘Ko Ko Korina’ in 1966[1][2][3] and has since then been adopted in India, Bangladesh, and lately Sri Lanka, and Nepal as a pioneering influence in their respective pop cultures. Following Rushdi's success, Christian bands specialising in jazz started performing at various night clubs and hotel lobbies in Karachi, Hyderabad, Mumbai, Dhaka and Lahore. They would usually sing either famous American jazz hits or cover Rushdi's songs.[4]

    The biggest form of Indian popular music is filmi, or songs from Indian films, it makes up 72% of the music sales in India.[5] The film industry of India supported music by according reverence to classical music while utilising the western orchestration to support Indian melodies. Music composers, like R. D. Burman, Shankar Jaikishan, S. D. Burman, Madan Mohan, Naushad Ali, O. P. Nayyar, Hemant Kumar, C. Ramchandra, Salil Chowdhury, Kalyanji Anandji, Ilaiyaraaja, A. R. Rahman, Jatin Lalit, Anu Malik, Nadeem-Shravan, Harris Jayaraj, Himesh Reshammiya, Vidyasagar, Shankar Ehsaan Loy, Salim-Sulaiman, Pritam, M.S. Viswanathan, K. V. Mahadevan, Ghantasala and S. D. Batish employed the principles of harmony while retaining classical and folk flavor. Reputed names in the domain of Indian classical music like Ravi Shankar, Vilayat Khan, Ali Akbar Khan and Ram Narayan have also composed music for films. Traditionally, in Indian films, the voice for the songs is not provided by the actors, they are provided by the professional playback singers, to sound more developed, melodious and soulful, while actors lipsynch on the screen. In the past, only a handful of singers provided the voice in Hindi films. These include K. J. Yesudas, Mohammed Rafi, Mukesh, Kishore[disambiguation needed], S.P. Balasubrahmanyam, T.M. Soundararajan, Hemant Kumar, Manna Dey, P. Susheela, Asha Bhonsle, her sister Lata Mangeshkar, K.S. Chitra Geeta Dutt, S. Janaki, Shamshad Begum, Suraiya, Noorjahan and Suman Kalyanpur. Recent playback singers include Udit Narayan, Kumar Sanu, Kailash Kher, Alisha Chinai, KK, Shaan, Madhushree, Shreya Ghoshal, Nihira Joshi, Kavita Krishnamurthy, Hariharan (singer), Ilaiyaraaja, A.R. Rahman, Sonu Nigam, Sukhwinder Singh, Kunal Ganjawala, Anu Malik, Sunidhi Chauhan, Anushka Manchanda, Raja Hasan, Arijit Singh and Alka Yagnik. Rock bands like Indus Creed, Indian Ocean, Silk Route and Euphoria exist and have gained mass appeal with the advent of cable music television.
    Indian pop music is based on an amalgamation of Indian folk and classical music, and modern beats from different parts of the world. Pop music really started in the South Asian region with the famous playback singer Ahmed Rushdi's song ‘Ko Ko Korina’ in 1966, followed initially by Mohammad Rafi in the late 1960s and then by Kishore Kumar in the early 1970s.[10]

    After that, much of Indian Pop music comes from the Indian Film Industry, and until the 1990s, few singers like Usha Uthup, Sharon Prabhakar, and Peenaz Masani outside it were popular. Since then, pop singers in the latter group have included Daler Mehndi, Baba Sehgal, Alisha Chinai, KK, Shantanu Mukherjee a.k.a. Shaan, Sagarika, Colonial Cousins (Hariharan, Lesle Lewis), Lucky Ali, and Sonu Nigam, and music composers like Zila Khan or Jawahar Wattal, who made top selling albums with, Daler Mehndi, Shubha Mudgal, Baba Sehgal, Shweta Shetty and Hans Raj Hans.[11]

    Besides those listed above, popular Indi-pop singers include Gurdas Maan, Sukhwinder Singh, Papon, Zubeen Garg, Raghav Sachar Rageshwari, Vandana Vishwas, Devika Chawla, Bombay Vikings, Asha Bhosle, Sunidhi Chauhan, Anushka Manchanda, Bombay Rockers, Anu Malik, Jazzy B, Malkit Singh, Raghav, Jay Sean, Juggy D, Rishi Rich, Sheila Chandra, Bally Sagoo, Punjabi MC, Bhangra Knights, Mehnaz, Sanober and SQS Supastars.[citation needed]

    Recently, Indian pop has taken an interesting turn with the remixing of songs from past Indian movie songs, new beats being added to them.

  • Danena thuru maa KARAOKE| Dinesh Gamage ft Kanchana Anuradhi | KARAOKE COMPOSER-Themiya Shankajeewa

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    #dineshgamage#kanchi#SriKARAOKE

    දැනෙනා තුරු මා
    ඉන්නද නුඹ ගාවින්
    මියෙනා දිනයේ
    කඳුලක රස විඳිමින්
    නුඹගේ පහසේ
    රහසක් වුණු මාගේ
    නොලියූ කවියේ
    පද එකිනෙක බිඳුනේ

    දැනෙනා සෙනෙහේ
    අයිතිය නැති මා
    කවුරුන්දෝ කියලා ඇසුවා
    අපගේ වරදේ
    ගැඹුරක් දැනෙනා
    දවසේ මොහොතක් මං සිතුවා

    නිල් පාටින් හැඩ මේ අහස
    ආදරේ දුක වින්දා ද
    මා ගාවින් උන් ඒ හීන
    පාවෙලා යනවා දුර ඈත
    නැවත හමු නොවන සංසාර ගීයේ
    හිතක තනි මකනවා
    අපගේ ප්රේමයට පසු වදන ලිව්වේ
    කවුදෝ අපි සොයනවා

    දැනෙනා තුරු මා
    ඉන්නද නුඹ ගාවින්

    වෙන්වී යන බව දැන දැනම
    තාම හිත ඉල්ලන ඔය දෑත
    අහස ගුගුරා කිව් ඒ පුවත
    තේරුනා මටනම් කල් ඇතිව
    නැවත හමු නොවන සංසාර ගීයේ
    හිතක තනි මකනවා
    අපගේ ප්රේමයට පසු වදන ලිව්වේ
    කවුදෝ අපි සොයනවා

    දැනෙනා තුරු මා
    ඉන්නද නුඹ ගාවින්

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  • PURANO SEI DINER KOTHA - পুরানো সেই দিনের কথা - Rabindra Sangeet - by KZH Rana

    3:01

    Rabindranath Tagore (Bengali: রবীন্দ্রনাথ ঠাকুর) (7th May 1861 – 7 August 1941) was a poet of India. His name is written as Rabindranath Thakur in Indian languages. He was also a philosopher and an artist. He wrote many stories, novels, poems and dramas. He is also very well known for composing music. His writings greatly influenced Bengali culture during the late 19th century and early 20th century. In 1913, he won the Nobel Prize in Literature. He was the first Asian ever to win this prize.
    Rabindranath Tagore was popularly known as Gurudev. His major works included Gitanjali (Song Offerings), a world-famous poetry book; Gora (Fair-Faced); Ghare-Baire (The Home and the World); and many other works of literature and art. Tagore was also a cultural reformer, and modernized Bangla art. He made it possible to make art using different forms and styles.
    Tagore died on 7th August 1941 (Baishey Shrabon in Bengali 22nd Shrabon).
    Tagore was also an excellent musician and painter. He wrote around 2,230 songs. People call these songs Rabindra Sangeet (which means Tagore Song in English). These songs are now a part of modern Bengali culture. Tagore's many poems and songs are parts of his novels and stories.
    His songs and music cover many aspects of human emotion, devotional hymns,to songs of love. In most Bengali-speaking families, people sing Rabindra Sangeet'.
    Music critic Arther Strangeways of The Observer first introduced Tagore's songs to non-Bengalis through his book The Music of Hindustan. The book describes Tagore Song as a vehicle of a personality ... [that goes] behind this or that system of music to that beauty of sound which all systems put out their hands to seize. Among Rabindra Sangeet are two great works, which are now national anthems of two different countries: India and Bangladesh. This makes Tagore the only person in the world to have written the national anthems of two nations. They are Bangladesh's Amar Sonaar Baanglaa and India's Jana Gana Mana. Rabindrasangit also influenced the styles of musicians like Vilayat Khan, Buddhadev Dasgupta, and composer Amjad Ali Khan.
    At age 60, Tagore took an interest in drawing and painting. He used many styles from different parts of the world. His styles included craftwork by the Malanggan people of northern New Ireland, Haida carvings from the Pacific Northwest region of North America, and woodcuts by Max Pechstein. Sometimes, Tagore used his handwriting in artistic styles on his manuscripts. His drawings and paintings were successfully displayed in France and London.
    Tagore is the only person to have written anthems for three countries .
    • Jana Gana Mana, the national anthem of India, was one of the works of Tagore.
    • Amar Shonar Bangla, the national anthem of Bangladesh, was written by Tagore.
    • Sri Lanka Matha, the national anthem of Sri Lanka, the Bengali version of which was written by Rabindranath Tagore, and was later translated into Sinhala by Ananda Samarakoon, his student.
    Even after many decades of his death, Tagore’s legacy continues in many ways. People hold many festivals in his honor in many parts of the world. Examples include:
    • The annual Bengali festival/celebration of Kabipranam - Tagore's birthday anniversary - held in Urbana, Illinois in the United States.
    • The Rabindra Path Parikrama walking pilgrimages leading from Calcutta to Shantiniketan, and ceremonial recitals of Tagore's poetry held on important anniversaries.
    Nobel laureate Amartya Sen, who is also a Bengali, once noted that even for modern Bengalis, Tagore was a towering figure, being a deeply relevant and many-sided contemporary thinker.
    Tagore's collected 1939 Bangla-language writings (Rabīndra Racanāvalī) are one of Bengal's greatest cultural treasures, while Tagore himself has been proclaimed the greatest poet India has produced.
    He was also famed throughout much of Europe, North America, and East Asia. Translations of his works are available in many languages of the world, including Russian, English, Dutch, German, Spanish, and many others. In the United States, Tagore gave many lectures during 1916 and 1917. Many people attended those lectures.

    Tagore c. 1915
    Born Gurudev Rabindranath Thakur
    7 May 1861
    Calcutta, Bengal Presidency, British India
    Died 7 August 1941 (aged 80)
    Calcutta
    Occupation Writer, painter, poet
    Language Bengali, Hindi, English
    Nationality Indian
    Ethnicity India
    Education University College London
    Genres Prolific Composer
    Literary movement Contextual Modernism
    Notable work(s) Gitanjali, Gora, Ghare-Baire, Jana Gana Mana, Rabindra Sangeet, Amar Shonar Bangla (other works)
    Notable award(s) Nobel Prize in Literature
    1913
    Spouse(s) Mrinalini Devi (m. 1883–1902)
    Children five part, two of whom died in childhood
    Relative(s) Tagore family

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