Rutugana Sandhya - Compositions of Sadashiva Brahmendra

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Rutugana Sandhya - Compositions of Sadashiva Brahmendra

Postby Rsachi » 30 Jun 2012, 16:50

On July 1 at Ananya, Malleshwaram, Bangalore at 6:30 PM
Rutugana Sandhya - Compositions of Sadashiva Brahmendra by Vidwan S. Shankar and Party accompanied by Vid. Achyuta Rao(violin), Vid. R.Adamya (Mridanga).

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Re: Leccon on Sadasiva Brahmendra kritis

Postby Rsachi » 02 Jul 2012, 05:00

Attended this programme. They have published a book with the saint's life history, notations and meanings of 23 Brahmendra kritis. There was a lec-con. Here is the list of songs. Many tunes were familiar, but many are new. They were sung by Vid. S. Shankar and his students:
Kridati Vanamali - Mohana
Brahmaivaham- Ananda Bhairavi
Bhajare Raghuveeram - Abheri
Khelati Mama Hrudaye - Mishra Maand
Khelati Brahmande - Sindhu Bhairavi
Manasa Sanchara Re- Sama
Sthirata Nahi Nahi Re - Dvijavanti
Chinta Nasti kila Tesham- Tilang
Smara Varam Varam - Kapi
Sarvam Brahmamayam Re Re - Vasanthi
Bhaja Re Gopalam - Hindola
Gayati Vanali - Mishra Kannada
Tungatarange Gange Jaya-Kuntala varali 
Bhaja Re Yadunatham- Piloo
Piba Re Ramarasam - Yamuna Kalyani
Bruhi Mukundeti - Kurinji
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Rsachi
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Re: Leccon on Sadasiva Brahmendra kritis

Postby Rsachi » 02 Jul 2012, 05:25

The talk was presented by Ms Geeta Ramanand, who informed that the songs had been set to music by Vid. S. Shankar. The actual singing was in a bhajan format.

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Re: Leccon on Sadasiva Brahmendra kritis

Postby srikant1987 » 02 Jul 2012, 06:12

Oh Rsachi, perhaps you should have opened a separate thread for the (apparently very different) event in Bangalore! I would have attended had I known!

Nonetheless, wonderful to learn of the collaboration between Sri Shankar and Smt Geeta Ramanand, two of my favourite musicians in Bangalore, to illuminate rasikas on Sadashiva Brahmendrar's compositions.

I have enjoyed Sri Adamya Ramanand's mridangam accompaniment, and few months after accompanying senior vaiNika Sri D Balakrishna, here must have been another great musical event for him!


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