Episode #2775

Music from South India

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Friday, April 17, 2009

For this New Sounds program, hear some Carnatic music, including the vocalistic violin of Lalgudi G. Jayaraman, the Bombay-born vocalist Aruna Sairam. Plus, listen to some music for the oboe-like instrument, the nadaswaram, by Charlie Mariano and the Karnataka College of Percussion. Works from violinist L. Subramaniam, electric mandolin innovator U. Srinivas, and film composer, singer, and lyricist Ilaiyaraaja round out the show.

PROGRAM #2775, Music from South India (First aired on Wednesday, 3-12-08)





Lalgudi G. Jayaraman

Violin Waves

Varnam, excerpt [1:30]

Felmay #8130

Charlie Mariano & The Karnataka College of Percussion


Vandanam [8:00]

ECM #1256

Aruna Sairam

Divine Inspiration

Tillana [6:30]

World Village #468074

U. Srinivas & Michael Brook


Think [12:30]

Real World #40397


How To Name It?

I Met Bach at My House [7:00]

Oriental #115
Try OR

L. Subramaniam

Three Ragas for Solo Violin

Raga Sivapriya, excerpt [5:00]

Nimbus #5323

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Comments [1]

Govi from West Windsor, NJ

Aruna Sairana should be spelt Aruna Sairam.

Just thought I'd bring it to your attention.

Thanks for posting !


Aug. 13 2009 09:33 AM

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