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Fantastic!

Add the entire album to your music library! I am especially fond of the raga Vaasanti (which is a part of the track Datta Yoga Raga Sagara.) The song Gana Gana Mrogedu is also written in this raga. According to Sri Swamiji, this raga is extremely helpful to people with heart, gastric, or asthma problems. Even if you don't have any of these, the raga is especially pleasing to the ear.

Surreal experience.

I was present at the concert and it was amazing experience. I was very glad to find this on iTunes. You must listen to the complete concert to get the magic. The sounds are subtle and they work on the nervous system bringing the listener to fully relaxed mood.

Biography

Born: July 23, 1947 in Madras, India

Genre: World

Years Active: '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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