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BHARATH RATHNA - M S SUBBULAKSHMI - QUEEN OF MUSIC(1916/2004)

PeethambaranNarayanan Shared By PeethambaranNarayanan on 17-Jul-2015 -- 05:32 AM







Uploaded on Mar 16, 2008 September 16, 1916 - December 11, 2004) was a renowned carnatic vocalist. She was the first musician ever to be awarded the Bharat Ratna, India's highest civilian honor.M.S.Subbulakhsmi was born to Shanmukhavadivu (Veena Vidwan) and Subramaniya Iyer on 16 Sep,1916 in a musical family, in the temple town of Madurai situated in the state of Tamil Nadu in South India. M.S. started learning carnatic music from a very early age and released her first recording at the age of 10. She then began her carnatic classical music training under Semmangudi Srinivasa Iyer and then Hindustani classical training under Pandit Narayan Rao Vyas. Her first public performance was during the Mahamaham festival at Kumbakonam. Then, she performed countless musical forms in different languages such as Hindi, Bengali , Gujarati , Marathi, Tamil , Malayalam, Telugu , Sanskrit and Kannada.Subbulakshmi had participated in music concerts all over the world,but her participation in the concerts at New York in 1970,London in 1982 and Moscow in 1987 had a special significance in her life.17 January,2001 was a very important day in karnatak classical music when M.S.Subbulakshmi was given a national award by Ramaseva Mandal in bangaluru.She was the first woman who recived this prestigious award.We are hearing the beautiful voice of MS Subbulakshmi.11/12/2004 was a sad day for indian music but we all remember her for ever. I am very happy to make this video.These Songs very old recording and beautifull. I thought it is the right choise to remember her for ever. If there is any objection to these songs please say so I will be very sad, but immediately remove these songs. I hope M S family members will permit these songs. Category Travel & Events License Standard YouTube License


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