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CARNATIC MUSIC SAXAPHONE - KADRI GOPALNATH LIVE AT CHIDAMBARAM

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Published on Oct 1, 2012 Chidanandam - Kadri Gopalnath Live At Chidambaram - http://www.kalakendra.com/shopping/ch...Padmasri Kadri Gopalnath is a renowned Indian saxophonist and one of the pioneers of carnatic music on the saxophone. He is hailed as the "Saxophone Chakravarthy". So successful has his adaptation of the instrument to carnatic Music been, that Semmangudi Srinivasa Iyer, the doyen of carnatic music, acknowledged Kadri Gopalnath as a true musical genius. Gopalnath has participated in the reputed Jazz Festivals in Prague, Berlin , Mexico, Paris and Royal Albert Hall, London and has toured all over the world. This special concert performed at the Maha Sivarathri Gananjali Music festival at the Chidambaram Sabhapathy Sangeetha Gana Sabha comes as a perfect treat for one and all. Outstanding top ranking accompanists are the highlight of this concert. A. Kanyakumari on the violin, Tiruvarur Bhakthavatsalam, Ghatam Suresh and Bangalore Rajasekhar on the Morsing, are the star accompaniments for this spectacular concert. Enjoy a spinechilling Taniavarthanam! Tracks Disc1Song Ragam Talam ComposerVatapi Hamsadwani Adi Muthuswamy DeekshitharSabapathy Abogi Rupakam Gopalakrishna BharathiRaghuvamsa Kathanakuthuhalam Adi Patnam Subramania IyerParathpara Vachaspathi Adi Papanasam SivanOm Namonarayana Karnaranjani Kanda Chapu Ambujam KrishnaBho Shambo Revathi Adi Swami Dayananda SaraswathiEnglish Note Shankarabharanam Adi (Tisra Gathi) Muthayya BhagavatharKurai ondrum Ragamalika Adi (Tisra Gathi) RajajiBaghyada Madhyamavathi Adi (Tisra Gathi) Purandara DasarDisc 2Song Ragam Talam ComposerMokshamu Saramathi Adi ThyagarajaAccompanists:Mridangam: Thiruvarur BhakthavatsalamGhatam: V. SureshViolin: A. Kanyakumari Morsing: Bangalore Rajasekhar Category Music License Standard YouTube License


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