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Playlist of Raga Abheri in Classical and Film Music

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  • Raga Abheri in Classical and Film Music - Isai Payanam DVD4

    14:58

    Isai Payanam - DVD4 - Abheri
    Other ragas in Volume 4: Mayamalavagaula, Hamsanadam
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  • Abheri || Isai Payanam || Indian Classical Music

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    Listen to this Melodious Classical Raga.

    Song Name - Abheri
    Album - Isai Payanam
    Singer - Charulatha Mani
    Language- Tamil
    Genre - Indian Classical
    Label - Gitaa

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  • Ilaiyaraja abheri raaga songs, Jukebox

    54:53

    Isaignani Ilaiyaraaja Dharbari Kaanada Raaga Song, Jukebox created by Parimelazhagan (Athena Arts)

  • Sudha Ragunathan | Raga Abheri | Carnatic Melody | Music of India

    4:49

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    Sudha Ragunathan is a leading light of Carnatic song. She learned bhajans from her mother V. Choodamani in childhood, and went on to be the star disciple of ML Vasanthakumari. Her guru set demanding standards (“you had to do much of the research or learning yourself – listening to her old tapes and looking at her notations in her notebooks. It was very challenging because hers was a very difficult style”).

    She kept her studies up alongside her music, enjoying zoology, botany, and chemistry and sometimes dreaming of being a gynaecologist. But music’s allure proved too strong in the end. She has gone on to release over 200 albums, as well as writing for Tamil cinema and working on fusion projects. Outside of music she set up the Samudhaaya Foundation, that provides healthcare to those who cannot afford it.

    “I can create different colours, different emotions, I can treat the raga differently, approach the composition in my own style...but I must keep in mind that I should not trespass the tapestry of the definition of the raga.” (Sudha Ragunathan)

    Abheri is a janya [derived] raga, based on notes from the parent scale of Kharaharapriya (22nd Melakarta raga) - akin to Kafi thaat or the Western Dorian mode. In aroha it is SG₂M₁PN₂S, and in avroh it follows SN₂D₂PM₁G₂R₂S, closely mirroring the structure of Hindustani Raag Bhimpalasi.
    Thyagaraja wrote kritis in it, and it is still popular in full form as well as for tukda [‘little pieces’]. L. Shankar’s doubleneck electric violin recording of Abheri earned him a Grammy nomination.

    Recorded for Darbar on 21 Sep 2013, at London’s Southbank Centre
    -Sudha Ragunathan (vocal)
    -Jyotsna Srikanth (violin)
    -Patri Satish Kumar (mridangam)
    -RN Prakash (ghatam)
    -Kiruthika Nardaraja (tanpura)

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  • Balamuralikrishna- Abheri Ragam

    15:02

    Live from Madhumuraliravam Concert of Padmavibhushan Dr.M.Balamuralikrishna
    2nd February 2012
    Violin. A.Jayadevan
    Mrudangam: Neivelli Venkatesh
    Venue: BKS Diamond Jubilee Hall, Bahrain

  • Exploring Raga Abheri and Bhimpalasi in Carnatic & Hindustani styles

    9:49

    Excerpts from Carnatic Hindustani Jugulbandi by Sreeranjini Kodampally & Gayatri Asokan @ Nishagandhi festival – 2016.

    Accompanying her are on:
    Violin : Thiruvizha Viju S Anand
    Mridangam : Patri Satish Kumar
    Harmonium : Madhu Bhat Bangalore
    Tabla : Gurumurthy Vaidya Bangalore

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  • Bhaj Re Manas | S J Jananiy | Raag Abheri | Carnatic Classical | Idea Jalsa | Art And Artistes

    6:20

    Bhaj Re Manas by S J Jananiy in Raag Abheri. Enjoy Carnatic Classical music in Aaditaal on Idea Jalsa presented by Art And Artistes.

    Artistes:
    Vocal: S J Jananiy

    Track: Bhaj Re
    Raag: Abheri
    Taal: Aaditaal
    Genre: Carnatic Classical
    Violine: B Ananthraman
    Ghatam: Shaktidharan
    Mridangam: K H Vinith
    Tanpura: Vidya Dhadve
    Producer: Durga Jasraj and Neeraj Jaitly
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  • Abheri

    5:02

    Abheri features veena maestro Rajhesh Vaidhya on veena and Shivpreet Singh on vocals.

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  • Kadri Gopalnath | Pravin Godkhindi | Raag Abheri | Saxophone Flute Duet | Hindustani Carnatic Music

    49:34

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    Mridangam : Bangalore V Praveen
    Tabla : Rajendra Nakod
    Morsing : B Rajshekhar

    Raag : Abheri
    Taal : Adi Taal
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  • Nadaswaram Instrumental Music | Raga Abheri | Carnatic Classical Music

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    A Rendition of Nadaswaram Instrumental Music | Indian Classical Instrumental Music

    Nadaswaram, nadhaswaram or nathaswaram is a double reed wind instrument. It is a traditional classical instrument originated in Tamil Nadu and also used in Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, and Kerala (India).

    Abheri (pronounced abheri) is a raga in Carnatic music (musical scale of South Indian classical music).

    Classical music is art music produced or rooted in the traditions of Western music (both liturgical and secular). It encompasses a broad span of time from roughly the 11th century to the present day.

    Thiruvizha Jayashankar (born 1940) is an Indian classical musician and a well known Nadaswaram expert in South India. Born in the family of musicians in a small village Thiruvizha, Alleppey, Jayashankar was keen to learn music and drawing in his childhood. He is the son of nadaswara maestro Thiruvizha Raghava Panickar and grandson of Thiruvizha Sanku Panickar.

    Valayapatti A. R. Subramaniam is an Indian classical musician and percussionist, considered by many as one of prominent exponents of Thavil, a traditional percussion instrument from the Indian state of Tamil Nadu.

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  • Raga Amruthavarshini in Classical and Film Music

    12:44

    Raga Amritavarshini in Classical and Film Music
    Isai Payanam with Charulatha Mani, London 2009

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  • Geetha Navale-Nagumommu- Raga Abheri- Tyagaraja Kriti

    7:19

    Esperanto Live @ Bangalore

  • 08 Vidwan M Narayan - Raga Abheri - Khandacaputaala - Pranamamyaham.avi

    4:55

    Born on 14th of November 1943, he learnt his basic lessons in music from his father Late Mr M Babu, who was a great musician and a flute artist (the student of Late Shri Govindan Nambiyar disciple of Shri Chembai).

    Later he continued his higher studies in music from Shri N Gopalkrishna Iyer, a senior musician, Principal of a Kalanikethana Musical Institute in Mangalore. Under his guidance and teaching he completed his Vidwath in Carnatic music in the year 1970.

    He is B High Grade artist of All India Radio, and has performed many programmes for A.I.R, Calicut Kerala (1972 1976), and from 1976 till date performed many music concerts and conducted music lessons in A.I.R, Mangalore, Karnataka. He has also given concerts in Dooradarshan and Chandana channels.

    Presently, he is training students at Sri Ganesha Institute of Musical Science, Suratkal, Mangalore in Karnatic Vocal Muisc at Junior, Senior and Vidwath Grade, as well as in musical instruments for more than 25 years.

    He has not limited his knowledge in teaching Music alone, but also has composed under the pen-name (namankitha) of NARAYANADASA in various Ragas, Talaas, 25 Jathi Swaras, 108 Tana Varnas, 4 Swara Jathis, 250 Krithis, 21 Tillanas in Kannada, Sanskrit and Telugu languages. And he is one among the few composers who have composed Krithis in all 72 melakartha ragas in Carnatic music.

    He is a strong devotee of Bramarambika Devi of Kateel and composed krithis on the Divine Goddess of Kateel. His compositions include krithis on Kollur Mookambika, Bappanadu Durgaparameshwari, Chitrapura, Sringeri Sharadamba, Horanadu Annapoorneshwari and the Devine powers of Guruvayoor, Hattiyangadi, Ganeshapura, Sharavu, Madhur, Dharmasthala and Kukke Subramanya. I has composed 48 krithis on Lord Sri Ganesha.
    His students perform musical concerts with the Krithis composed by him. These compositions and Keerthanas have thus became very popular in and around Mangalore as well as in Karnataka. He has received many felicitations from various organizations .

    On 14122008 with the support of Rangabarathi & Nadhopasana School of Music, for the first time in costal Karnataka he re started the very famous culture of music called Uncha-vritti, and on the same day the First Edition of his compositions released. On that occasion a vocal musical concert of Vidwan M Narayana was organised, and he sand his compositions to a large gathering at Suratkal. The second Edition of his compositions under the pen name of Narayana Dasa was released in January 2010 at Mangalore.

  • Funky Abheri Cover | Rajhesh Vaidhya

    5:02

    A collaboration with Janapriyan Levine and Shivpreet Singh - California - USA .
    Recorded at Fantasy Studios-Berklee, CA, USA
    LairFlare Studios - Chennai, India

  • Nagumomu

    10:09

    The piece begins with an alapana (free improvisation) in Raga Aberi. This is followed by a krithi (Carnatic composition) in Adi tala (8 beat cycle). The charanam portion of the Kriti begins an improvisatory kalpana swaram section (call and response), with the vocal soloist alternating divisions of the tala with the double bass and saxophone accompaniment. The piece ends with a drum solo, blending many rhythmic patterns of jazz with Carnatic ideas introduced previously.

    Emily Drinker- Jazz vocal
    Keenan Leblanc- Drums
    Olivia Munson- Upright Bass
    Andrew Rodriguez- Tenor Saxophone
    Narayan Subramanian- Carnatic vocal

    Performed live 12/2/12 at Pearl Studios in NYC, as part of Kalpana: Indo Jazz
    Presented by the Anamika Navatman Youth Board

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  • Abheri Ragam

    10:26

  • Abheri ragam songs PART 9. 27, 2018

    5:51

  • Abheri ragam songs PART 6 July 17, 2018

    17:32

    Abheri ragam songs PART 6 July 17, 2018

  • The Glory of Abheri

    1:10:34

    Here is a digitally remastered audio of 1962 concert, which has been restored for the purpose of posterity.

    My esteemed friend, Shri. T K Ramkumar was the first person to listen this remastered version and here is his reflections..

    Sharing of listening experience by Shri. T K Ramkumar...

    It is a month since Balamuralikrishna left us, but his music continues to haunt and haunt a trifle more. 

    I chanced to listen once again to the 1962, IFAS Bombay, nagumOmu in AbhEri today. How many times one has heard it and found something new each time!  Despite his not being around, yet in every minute of the seventy one minutes presentation he was very much in it.  That was new this time.  And more, specifically, some tears moistened the eyes after the AlApana. 

    No critic or connoisseur, worth the salt, would have missed listening to this particular rendition for three reasons--
    a. The soul stirring presentation by Balamuralikrishna,
    b. A live demonstration that the whole can be greater than the sum of parts, and
    c. The unforgettable cadences of melody, hung on the phrase g m p g r s used elegantly as a hook, for a full nine minutes.

    Balamuralikrishna's genius in rendition, M S Gopalakrishnan's genius in bowing, and T V Gopalakrishnan's genius in stroking made this, one of the many pieces of the 'magic of Krishna Traya' that they conjured.  They were truly a league of their own. 

    Listen once again to this time worn but ever fresh AbhEri and savour genius.

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  • Raga Sriranjani in Film Music

    10:29

    Raga Sriranjani in Film Music
    Isai Payanam with Charulatha Mani
    Ragas in Classical and Film Music
    Excerpt from Isai Payanam DVD#6 by Giri Trading

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  • Raga Anandabhairavi in Film Music

    14:57

    Isai Payanam with Charulatha Mani
    Raga Anandabhairavi in Film Music
    Excerpt from Isai Payanam DVD2
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  • Exquisite Afternoon Raag Bhimpalasi | Kaushiki Chakraborty | Patiala Khayal | Music of India

    4:59

    #darbarfestival | Kaushiki Chakraborty sings the romantic afternoon Raag Bhimpalasi, showcasing the ornaments and rapid-fire melodies of her Patiala khayal gharana.
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    Kaushiki’s virtuoso technique is the result of years of intense training, primarily from her esteemed father Pandit Ajoy Chakraborty. She hails from the Patiala gharana, known for a strong Islamic influence and elaborate ornamentation when singing taan [fast improvised melodies]. She describes her approach: “It’s all in the mind. One has to mentally align oneself to the form...My training has taught me two approaches to music – to do music and or to become it. The latter gives you the fluidity to transcend form and become one with it.” See more of Kaushiki at Darbar here:
    -Raag Shudh Sarang |
    -Tanpura Demonstration |

    Milind Kulkarni, also featured, is a modern exponent of Hindustani classical harmonium. Starting at the age of seven, he learned fast under the tutelage of successive gurus - Vasantrao Gurav, Anna Diwan, and Pramod Marathe. He still studies under the latter, and also receives accompaniment instruction from leading non-harmonium artists too, including vocalist Ulhas Kashalkar and tabla maestro Suresh Talwalkar. Hear more of Milind here:
    -Janasammohini |
    -Dhige Dhina (with Supreet Deshpande) |

    Bhimpalasi is an afternoon raga, said to evoke sringara [attraction, romantic love]. It uses the notes of Kafi thaat, with an aroha [ascent] of nSgmPnS and an avroh [descent] of SnDPmgRS. Characteristically, Dha and Re only appear in the descending line, and are approached from the notes above. Ma is the vadi [king note]. The raga uses the notes of the Western Dorian mode, and the closest Carnatic raga is Abheri. Hear a playlist of Bhimpalasi performances here:

    Performed for Darbar Festival on 20 Sep 2015, at London’s Queen Elizabeth Hall
    -Kaushiki Chakraborty (khayal vocals)
    -Satyajit Talwalkar (tabla)
    -Milind Kulkarni (harmonium)
    -Ranjana Ghatak & Gunwant Dhadyalla (tanpuras)

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  • Raga Hamsadhwani in Carnatic and Film Music

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    Isai Payanam with Charulatha Mani
    Raga Hamsadhwani in Carnatic and Film Music
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  • Raga Kharaharapriya in Film Music

    8:03

    Isai Payanam with Charulatha Mani
    Raga Kharaharapriya in Film Music

    19th December 2009
    Bharatiya Vidhya Bhavan , Mylapore, Chennai

  • Raga Charukesi - Explanation - Charukesi | Isai Payanam by Chaarulatha Mani

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  • Bhajare Manasa - Abheri - Adi Tala

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  • Raga Darbari Kaanada in Film Music - DVD10

    14:55

    Raga Darbari Kaanada in Film Music
    Isai Payanam with Charulatha Mani
    DVD Volume 10 by Giri Trading
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  • Raga Bhairavi in Film Music

    14:00

    Isai Payanam with Charulatha Mani
    Raga Bhairavi in Film Music

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  • Kutralam Nagarajan singing Abheri Ragam

    4:52

    An Arangetram of Bhavani Shankar's Student-Kavitan Pathmamohan, Violin-Kothandapani, Ghatam-R N Prakash, Morsing-Chidambaranathan

  • Nagumomu - Abheri

    11:24

    Charulatha Mani sings Nagumomu
    Raga: Abheri
    with Lyrics & Meaning

  • 73 Ragas with Abby V | Vogue Parody | Indian Classical Music Version

    13:48

    Watch me sing 73 ragas (both Hindustani and Carnatic) back-to-back; live and on-the-spot, as the interviewer follows me around the house! Thought this would be a fun take on the original 73 Questions by Vogue series! ;)

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    Special thanks to my dearest Tanuja aunty, Shashi uncle and family for their help with the video!

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    RAAGS FEATURED IN THE VIDEO:
    1. Bihag 00:18
    2. Reetigowla 00:28
    3. Kalyani 00:36
    4. Rageshri 00:44
    5. Shree (Carnatic) 00:53
    6. Shree (Hindustani) 01:02
    7. Abhogi 01:14
    8. Kamboji 01:21
    9. Malayamarutam 01:29
    10. Nalinakanti 01:39
    11. Mukhari 01:50
    12. Shuddh Sarang 02:00
    13. Bageshri 02:12
    14. Bairagi Bhairav 02:23
    15. Saraswati 02:32
    16. Patdeep 02:39
    17. Pantuvarali 02:47
    18. Mohanam 02:58
    19. Todi (Carnatic) 03:04
    20. Bhairavi (Carnatic) 03:13
    21. Kalavati 03:22
    22. Bhimpalasi 03:32
    23. Shyam Kalyan 03:40
    24. Brindavani 03:50
    25. Malkauns 04:04
    26. Vachaspati 04:16
    27. Nattai 04:24
    28. Charukeshi 04:34
    29. Bhatiyar 04:43
    30. Madhuvanti 04:52
    31. Bilahari 05:04
    32. Simmhendramadhyamam 05:15
    33. SriRanjani 05:22
    34. Madhukauns 05:31
    35. Gaud Malhar 05:43
    36. Saveri 05:52
    37. Nattaikurinji 06:00
    38. Miyan Malhar 06:12
    39. Shankarabharanam 06:26
    40. Shanmukhapriya 06:37
    41. Maru Bihag 06:56
    42. Ranjani 07:11
    43. Khamas 07:19
    44. Gowrimanohari 07:32
    45. Arabhi 07:42
    46. Nasikabhooshani 07:53
    47. Mayamalavagowla 08:03
    48. Varali 08:12
    49. Sahana 08:24
    50. Chakravaakam 08:38
    51. Hamsanadam 08:47
    52. Vasanta 09:01
    53. Kaapi 09:13
    54. Kalyana Vasantham 09:22
    55. Kaanada 09:33
    56. Kannada 09:47
    57. Saranga Tarangini 09:57
    58. Hamsanandi 10:07
    59. Karnaranjani 10:17
    60. Bahudari 10:25
    61. Jaijaivanti 10:33
    62. Jog 10:45
    63. Hamsadhwani 11:04
    64. Keeravani 11:10
    65. Neelambari 11:20
    66. Bindumalini 11:37
    67. Mand 11:49
    68. Shubhapantuvarali 12:01
    69. Yaman Kalyan 12:11
    70. Desh 12:21
    71. Chandrakauns 12:37
    72. Madhyamavati 12:50
    73. Bhairavi (Hindustani) 13:03

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  • Jubiliant Abheri-Ragalapana-Dr.Nagavalli Nagaraj

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    Dr.Nagavalli Nagaraj has explored all the ragabhavas of raga Abheri in detail. Here is a video clipping of the same

  • Raga Subhapantuvarali in Classical Music - Isai Payanam DVD8

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    Raga Subhapantuvarali in Classical Music
    Isai Payanam with Charulatha Mani
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  • Pravin Godkhindi | Raag Yaman | Bansuri at Ravenna Festival | Music of India

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    #darbarfestival | Bansuri exponent Pravin Godkhindi showcases his unique style, exploring the versatile and ambiguous moods of Raag Yaman live in Italy.
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    Pravin Godkhindi is a versatile flautist, performing Hindustani music on the bansuri. His instrument is essentially just a tube of bamboo with holes bored through it, with no moving parts. The sound is thicker, breathier, and more versatile than the Western flute, blending long sustained tones with percussive slaps and swooping microtonal inflections. Pravin studied under his father Venkatesh Godkhindi, an exponent of the Kirana gharana, as well as Carnatic mridangist Anoor Anantha Krishna Sharma. He incorporates Carnatic rhythm into his playing, and in 2015 became the first to perform Indian classical music on the 8-foot-long contrabass flute.

    Yaman is one of North India’s most famous ragas. Often the first taught to students, it brings a distinctly balanced set of tensions, capable of producing a vast range of moods. It uses Kalyan thaat [SRGMPDNS], differing from the major scale in only one respect - it takes a tivra Ma [sharp 4th], disbalancing the centre of the scale and brightening the sound.

    Sitarist Shujaat Khan says that Yaman “represents the very flux of life”. Music therapist Thomas Meisenheimer describes the raga as “sensitive and delicate. The augmented fourth [Ma] creates awareness of unresolved anger, disappointments and injuries. The major seventh [Ni] and major third [Ga] are very strong as well and light the fires of longing. Yaman is like an unsolvable Koan, an open question…”.

    Recorded for Darbar on 24 Jun 2017, at Ravenna’s Teatro Alighieri
    -Pravin Godkhindi (bansuri)
    -Subhankar Banerjee (tabla)

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  • Isai Payanam DVD1 - Raga Vasantha

    14:49

    Isai Payanam with Charulatha Mani
    Ragas in Classical and Film Music

    Excerpt from Isai Payanam DVD1 - Raga Vasantha
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  • Shades of Kharaharapriya

    12:23

    An exploration of the raga Kharaharapriya using the popular krithi Chakkani raja, composed by saint Thyagaraja.

    Performed by
    Vinod Krishnan (Vocal)
    Aravind Venkat (Vocal)
    Prashanth Thalanayar Muthukrishnan (Violin),
    Akash Gururaja (Violin),
    Pranavkrishna Ramasubramanian (Mridangam),
    Samyuktha Sreeram (Ghatam)

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  • Raga Kapi in Film Music

    11:11

    Raga Kapi in FIlm Music
    Excerpt from Isai Payanam with Charulatha Mani
    DVD 9 from Giri Trading
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  • Bhajare re- Abheri

    8:50

    'Abheri'- Raga with Universal appeal.

    Abheri is synonymous with “Nagumomu ganaleni” composed by Saint Thyagaraja. Also numerous film songs tuned in this- from the old classic 'Singaara Velane Deva' to the not so old ARR hit-'Kannodu Kaanbadhellaam'.

    Composer: Mysore Vasudevacharya
    Vocal- Tulasi Ramachandran
    Raag - Abheri (Karnataka Devagandhari)
    Taal - Aadi
    Language: Sanskrit
    Violin - Sudha Marar
    Mridangam - Vinesh Chemmarathy

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  • Amazing Carnatic Music | Raga Shanmukhapriya | Aruna Sairam | Music of India

    5:54

    #darbarfestival | Aruna Sairam leads a 5-piece Carnatic group through the ominous Raga Shanmukhapriya, often associated with warlike deities such as Murugan and Shiva.
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    If a few brief minutes of Aruna aren't enough…watch a full 25-minute performance of Raag Shanmukhapriya in pristine HD on the Darbar Player, along with dozens of other captivating concerts:

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    Aruna Sairam’s voice brings a husky authority to modern Carnatic music. She first learnt to sing by listening to her mother and is part of a long line of female musicians. The direct teaching lineage stretches back over 200 years, to the singers and dancers of the Tamil court. She is an exponent of ‘pure’ Carnatic singing but also looks outwards, with collaborations ranging from jazz and Sufi to Gregorian chant and film scores. She sings in 12 different languages, and vice-chairs the Sangeet Natak Akademi, India’s premier national music and dance institution.

    She pulls no punches when it comes to the psychological obstacles faced by female musicians today: “You’re constantly told you’re not good enough…it can be more difficult to be in touch with your inner talents, as society expects women to nourish others first.” Listen to more of Aruna here:
    -Kalinga Nartana Tillana |
    -Teertha Vitthala Kshetra Vitthala |
    -Festival interview |

    Shanmukhapriya’s ominous melodic structure is often associated with Murugan, the god of war, and Shiva, the destroyer. It is a sampoorna [seven-note] ragam, ascending and descending symmetrically as SR₂G₂M₂PD₁N₂S. There is a wide interval jump between Ri and Gi, and its distinctive shape has been widely used for song composition for centuries.

    Recorded at Darbar Festival 2009, at London’s Southbank Centre
    -Aruna Sairam (vocals)
    -Jyotsna Srikanth (violin)
    -Patri Satish Kumar (mridangam)
    -RN Prakash (ghatam)
    -Priya Parkash (tanpura)

    Darbar believes in the power of Indian classical arts to stir, thrill and inspire. Through shared experiences and digital connectivity we ensure that one of the world’s finest art forms reaches the widest possible audience. Founded in 2006, we deliver premium quality live events, music education, broadcasts and online engagement through promoting artistic innovation and creative technology. We are also committed to providing a platform for new talent from India and the UK.

    All Rights Reserved ©2019 Darbar Arts Culture Heritage Trust

  • Ep #27 | Types of Ragas

    5:51

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    Here's a lesson that talks about the concept of Ragas in Carnatic Music. Learn the concepts like Melakarta Ragas and janya Ragas, the different types of Raga classification and the concept of Vakra Ragas.

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  • Isai Payanam - Vol 5

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  • Raga Subhapantuvarali in Film Music - Isai Payanam DVD8

    8:02

    Raga Subhapantuvarali in Classical Music
    Isai Payanam with Charulatha Mani
    Excerpt from Isai Payanam DVD8 by GIri Trading
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  • Breathtaking Carnatic Music | Jayanthi Kumaresh & Aruna Sairam | Simhendramadhyamam | Music of India

    3:59

    #darbarfestival | Jayanthi Kumaresh slides and bends around Simhendramadhyamam, a regally mournful Carnatic raga, using the full range of her saraswati veena’s fretboard.
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    Jayanthi Kumaresh’s saraswati veena is an ancient instrument, named after the Hindu goddess of arts and learning. But her gently electrified version produces a strikingly guitaristic tone, igniting Carnatic classical melodies with sweeping bends. She started playing aged three, and learned under her mother Lalgudi Rajalakshmi, before leaving home aged 13 to study with her aunt Padmavathy Ananthagopalan. She also received instruction from her great-uncle, violinist Lalgudi Jayaraman, and noted veenai S Balachander.

    A few years later she became one of the youngest artists to receive an All India Radio ‘A’ grading, earned a doctorate in veena history, and founded the Indian National Orchestra, uniting musicians from India’s classical traditions in a large ensemble. On recent recordings she has experimented with recording seven layers of veena on top of each other, and continues to write for dance and film. Listen to Jayanthi here:
    -Shanmukhapriya (Pt 2) |
    -Kapi (Alapana) |
    -Demonstration |

    Simhendramadhyamam is a distinctive Carnatic ragam. Its form of SR₂G₂M₂PD₁N₃S is akin to the Western Hungarian Minor scale, and a scale commonly used by gypsy and flamenco musicians in Spain. This intriguing shape is full of symmetry and near-perfectly balanced, meaning that if its pitches across the octave are represented as points in a circle, then their average position (or ‘centre of mass’) is the very centre of the circle. It brings a devotional mood, perhaps mournful and often passionate, capable of powerful cross-cultural communication.

    Recorded for Darbar Festival 2016 at London’s Southbank Centre
    -Jayanthi Kumaresh (saraswati veena)
    -Aruna Sairam (vocal)
    -Jyotsna Srikanth (violin)
    -Nevyelli Venkatesh (mridangam)
    -Ghatam Karthick (ghatam)
    -Kiruthika Nadarajah (tanpura)
    -Mithila Sarma (tanpura)


    Darbar believes in the power of Indian classical arts to stir, thrill and inspire. Through shared experiences and digital connectivity we ensure that one of the world’s finest art forms reaches the widest possible audience. Founded in 2006, we deliver premium quality live events, music education, broadcasts and online engagement through promoting artistic innovation and creative technology. We are also committed to providing a platform for new talent from India and the UK.

    All Rights Reserved ©2019 Darbar Arts Culture Heritage Trust

  • Bhajare Maanasa Jayashri) - Rama

    7:25

    Album:
    Rama
    Song Title:
    Bhajare Maanasa
    Sung By :
    Bombay S. Jayashri.
    Lyric & Composer:
    Mysore Vasudevachar
    Raaga:
    Abheri
    Thala:
    Adi
    Deity:
    Rama
    Produced BY:
    The Indian Record Mfg Co.Ltd
    Year:
    2003

  • Isai Payanam - DVD3 - Ritigaula

    14:46

    Isai Payanam - DVD3 - Ritigaula
    Other ragas in Volume 3: Pantuvarali and Mohanam
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  • T M S -Classical 1995.-Ragam-Abheri.Lyrics,,Music,Rendition.TMS only

    5:30

    This channel N G R Nair for TMS is specially dedicated for the one and only Tamil Playback Singer and the classical musician, Bharat Khalachar,Isai Chakravarthi,Padakar Thilakam,Sinha Kuralon,Ezhil Isai Mannar,Isai Kadal,Kural Arasar,Gnanakala Bharathi,Geethavaari,Karpagath Tharu Isai Mannar,Geetharanjana Vaarithi,Arutpa Isaimani,Isai Arasar,Kala Ratnam,Gana Ratnam,Arul Isai Sidhar,Navarasa Bhava Nalina Gana Varshini,Bharatiya Isai Megham,Bharatiya Isai Kanal,Sadhanai Chakravarthi,Gana Amrithavarshini,Mathiyakathin Gana Thalaivar,Gana Kuraloan,Padmasri,Kalaimamani,Then Isai Thendral,Dr.T.M.Sounderarajan...............................­.......!!! He was one of the most popular south Indian male playback singers and the uncrowned king in Tamil film industry from 50's.60's.70's and 80's.No one can replace his unique voice from the generation after generations.He passed away on 25-05-2013

  • Best Of Kunnakudi Vaidyanathan Tamil Superhit Collection | Carnatic Instrumental | Violin

    1:15:52

    Kunnakudi Vaidyanathan also known as Vaidyanthan Ramaswamy is a well known Tamil Violin artiste. “Best of Kunnakudi Vaidyanathan Tamil Superhit Collection” is an outstanding audio rendition of Carnatic Instrumental.
    Kunnakudi Vaidyanathan also composed many songs for the Carnatic Music Industry. He was awarded the prestigious Padma Shri title by the Indian government, Kalaimamani award, Sangeet Natak Akademi Award by the Sangeet Natak Akademi in 1993, and the Karnataka Isaignani award. He has also won Best Music Director awards for his background scores for films. He received the Sangeetha Kalasikhamani award given by The Indian Fine Arts Society in 1996.
    The album “Kunnakudi Vaidyanathan : Hits of the Violin Virtuoso” is dedicated to the South India's greatest Violin artistes of all-time, Kunnakudi Vaidyanathan. Especially songs like “Chinnanchiru Kiliye” and “Eppadi Paadinaro” have become a very famous Carnatic Instrumental song for the Tamil music lovers.

  • Carnatic Hindustani Jugulbandi : Nata Jog Raga - Mahaganapathim Lambodhara

    7:29

    Carnatic Hindustani Jugulbandi by Sreeranjini Kodampally & Gayatri Asokan @ Nishagandhi festival – 2016 and accompanied by

    Violin : Thiruvizha Viju S Anand
    Mridangam : Patri Satish Kumar
    Harmonium : Madhu Bhat Bangalore
    Tabla : Gurumurthy Vaidya Bangalore

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