Thanks Lakshman! That makes the kriti fully enjoyable
Could you kindly translate too? Thanks!
kumaran.nadesan wrote:Can some resourceful rasika pleas help me secure a mp3 recording of:
Mahaneeya madura - mahathi - roopakam - M Balamuralikrishna
preferrably sung by BMK himself! Thanks
Tyagaraja, the great Carnatic composer spent most of his life in Tanjore district and trained several great musicians until he passed away in 1847. One of them was his cousin Akumalla (Manambuchavadi) Venkatasubbayya. During his lifetime Venkatasubbayya also attracted several students and one of them was Susarla Dakshinamurthy Sastry (1860-1917). Sastryâ€™s devotion to music drove him to walk all the way to Tamilnadu from his native Krishna district. After learning music from Venkatasubbayya, Dakshninamurthy Sastry returned to Andhra Pradesh. Sastry was the first to bring the musical tradition of Tyagaraja to Andhra region and several students benefited from him. One of them was Parupalli Ramakrishnayya (1883-1951) who is known today as the guru of the eminent vocalist Dr. M. Balamuralikrishna.
One can listen to Sri Parupalli in surasa.net
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