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An exposition of three South Indian ragas performed on the violin (in Indian style of course) by the great Lakshminarayana Subramaniam. "Raga Sarasvatipriya" is basically "Raga Sarasvati," but with some slight modifications. Similarly, "Raga Vasantapriya" is essentially "Raga Vasanta." The main factor to note in the performance of such works is the incredible virtuosity displayed by Subramaniam on his instrument. The ways in which he slides from note to note are particular to the South Indian violin styles in some ways, and add a huge factor to the music. On top of this, he is the first and/or major player of the violin to go electric with it (something of the Bob Dylan of Karnatic instrumental classical music), though it is somewhat difficult to tell whether or not that is having much of an effect on this recording. As with nearly any recording of Indian music, the length is the one thing that newcomers really have to watch out for — songs are regularly longer than 20 minutes each. Still, this album may not be such a bad introduction to the styles of playing common to the subcontinent's classical genres.


Nacido(a): 23 de julio de 1947 en Madras, India

Género: Músicas del mundo

Años de actividad: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s

A gifted South Indian counterpart of Jean-Luc Ponty on the electric violin, and endlessly curious about all kinds of music, Subramaniam has been a pioneer in exploring intelligent fusions between European classical music, American jazz, rock, and South Indian music. His father, a master Indian violinist, and mother, who played the Indian vina, were his first musical influences, and after abandoning a career in medicine, he formed a violin trio with his two brothers while still in India. He toured...
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