- Performer:Ramnad Krishnan
- Title:Vidwan: Music of South India -- Songs of the Carnatic Tradition
- Style:Carnatic,Indian Classical,Indian Subcontinent Traditions,Raga,Indian
- Date of release:1988
- Recording date:December, 1967
- Recording location:Manhattan Towers Hotel, NY
- Size FLAC version1852 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1643 megabytes
- Size WMA version1821 megabytes
- Formats:XM MP2 MIDI TTA RA AA
Carnatic music is South Indian classical music, with religious references, that is meant to be sung. It is monophonic sound based on improvised variations. Emphasis is on voice rather than instrument. The singer is usually accompanied by violin, percussion and drone. The rAgas remain obsolete for a non-Japanese reader of the sleeve notes. The sound of Ramnad Krishnan's voice is very typical for South Indian art music, as is the performance altogether, but, what is striking here, is the utmost concistency of the performance. There are no blind spots, and the spirit is on the same, a highest possible, level throughout. However, the last piece is the most interesting in the conventional (non-academic) sense.
Ramnad Krishnan 01-08-2006. Toplam süre:1 h 11 min. 01. Kriti: Abhimanamennadu. Vidwan: Music of South India - Songs Of The Carnatic Tradition. 02. Kriti: Ninnadanela. 03. Kriti: Palincu Kamaksi.
Album · 1987 · 9 Songs. More By Ramnad Krishnan. See All. Great Masters - Series.
Ramnad Krishnan (14 September 1918 - 29 January 1973) was a vocalist in the Indian Carnatic tradition. He gave his first recital at the age of 14, in 1959 he was selected by All India Radio to contribute regularly tho their concert programs. In the late 1960s he was also a visiting Professor at Connecticut's Weslyn University. Variations: Viewing All Ramnad Krishnan. Caution! All audio materials of Ramnad Krishnan are presented solely for information
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Ramnad Krishnan songs download, free online mp3 listen. album: Ramnad Krishnan: Live at USA. Intha Kanta. album: Gems From Carnatic Classicals - Vol:1 Vocal. Mayamma (Raga: Ahiri; Tala: Adi). album: Great Masters - Series. album: Vidwan: Music of South India - Songs Of The Carnatic Tradition. Kaligiyunte - Keeravani - Adi, Pt. 3. Narration, Pt. 2. album: Ragam Thanam Pallavi. Brova Bharama- Bahudari - Kriti - Talam: Adi. album: Ramnad Krishnan Live At Kapaleeswarar Temple. Kanugonu (Raga: Nayaki; Tala: Rupakam).
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CreditsJon B. Higgins - Liner Notes
David B. Jones - Engineer
Ramnad Krishnan - Primary Artist, Vocals
Bob Ludwig - Mastering
V. Nagarajan - Kanjira
T.S. Ranganathan - Mridangam
Syama Sastri - Composer
Peter K. Siegel - Producer
Pulalur Srinivasan - Tambor, Tamboura
Teresa Sterne - Coordination
V. Thyagarajan - Violin
Bob Ziering - Artwork, Cover Art
|1||Kriti: Ninnadanela||Ramnad Krishnan||4:08|
|2||Kriti: Palincu Kamaksi Syama Sastri||Ramnad Krishnan||15:31|
|3||Kriti: Abhimanamennadu||Ramnad Krishnan||13:08|
|6||Pallavi Theme||Ramnad Krishnan||1:31|
|7||Pallavi Niraval||Ramnad Krishnan||5:57|
|8||Svara Kalpana||Ramnad Krishnan||2:37|
|9||Tani Avartam (Drum Solo)||Ramnad Krishnan||9:41|