Album Dr. L. Subramaniam With Kavita Krishnamurthy Subramaniam - Asmita (A Celebration Of Indian Identity)
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- Chanter – Ganesh Ganapatigal
- Composed By, Arranged By, Violin – Dr. L. Subramaniam
- Concept By, Choreography – Sonal Mansingh
- Featuring, Sarangi – Ustad Sultan Khan
- Featuring, Vocals – Bhavdeep Jaipurwale, Seetaa Subramaniam, Younis Mohammed
- Vocals – Kavita Krishnamurthy Subramaniam
- Other (M.R.P [Maximum Retail Price]): Rs. 250/-
- Other (Pkd [Production date]): 10/2004
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Music Gallery India Pvt. Ltd.
- Copyright (c) – Viji Records
- Manufactured By – Music Gallery India Pvt. Ltd.
- Marketed By – Music Gallery India Pvt. Ltd.
- Licensed From – Viji Records
Aadi Ganesh. Artist: Dr. Subramaniam, Kavita Krishnamurti Subramaniam. 2012 world music. Create playlist. Copy link. HTML code. Album station. Ganesh Pancharatnam. Ganeshas Creations. Lakshminarayana Subramaniam born 23 July 1947 is an Indian violinist, composer and conductor, trained in the classical Carnatic music tradition and Western classical music, and renowned for his virtuoso playing techniques and compositions in orchestral fusion. Subramaniam was born to V. Lakshminarayana Iyer and Seethalakshmi, both accomplished musicians. Later, they accompanied Subramaniam and Kavita Krishnamurthy, presenting Raghupati Raghav. the favourite Ram-dhun of Bapu that created the most serene atmosphere. Kavita also sang the Narsi Mehta Bhajan Vaishnav jana toh, another favourite of the Mahatma. This was surprisingly not in the popular Khamaj based tune but in Kirwani to suit the splendid Orchestra accompanying her. The evening reached its climax with Nada Priya, composed by Dr L. Subramaniam for violin solo, Indian percussions mridangam by Mahesh Krishnamurthy, kanjira by Ganamurthy, morsing by Sayasai and tabla by Tanmay Bose, wood-winds and strings. Subramaniam With Kavita Krishnamurthy Subramaniam - Asmita A Celebration Of Indian Identity CD. Music Gallery 3. The God of Indian Violin - The Times of India The best this listener has heard - The New York Times Indian violinist. 2 hours. Last on. Saindhavi, Navneeth Sundar & Quintet Kutcheri. Sri Vigna Rajam Gambeera Naatai Raaga. Thoomanju feat. Vijay Yesudas. Bindu Subramaniam with her parents L Subramaniam and Kavita Krishnamurthy. The wedding was held in traditional South Indian style, with a mix of Gowd Saraswat Brahmin and Iyer styles. The bride was beaming in a Kancheepuram sari, while the groom looked dashing in a panche. Guests arrived as early as 7 am to witness the muhurat that was between am and am. The venue came alive with the sounds of the nadaswaram and mridangam as Sanjeev tied the thaali the Tamil version of a mangalsutra around a blushing Bindus neck, thereby sealing their union as man and wife. II Anandabhairavi. Global Fusion. The Essential Raga Collection, Vol. I Yadukula Kambhoji. On Record feat. Palghat Mani Iyer. Spanish Wave. Mani & Co. Visions of India. Sangeet Sangam, Vol. Kavita Krishnamurthy. By Sugandha Rawal. New York There was a little bit of emotion, chemistry and lots of music when globally renowned violinist Dr. Subramaniam and popular vocalist and his wife Kavita Krishnamurthy got onto the stage to celebrate the power of classical music at the Carnegie Hall here. Krishnamurthy and her band is also scheduled to perform at 8:30 pm on Saturday Dec. 1 at Burlington High School in Burlington, MA, during Hindi Manchs National Hindi Convention. As part of HCL concerts - an initiative to preserve and promote Indias art and cultural heritage - Subramania