Factbites
 Where results make sense
About us   |   Why use us?   |   Reviews   |   PR   |   Contact us  

Topic: Carnatic music


Related Topics

In the News (Sat 18 Nov 17)

  
  CARNATIC MUSIC :: A complete website on South Indian Music
Carnatic music is considered one of the oldest systems of music in the world.
Carnatic music is a very complex system of music that requires much thought, both artistically and technically.
Hindustani music is a rich combination of Carnatic music and traditional persian music.
www.carnaticindia.com   (0 words)

  
  Carnatic music - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Carnatic music (known as karṇāṭaka sangīta [ˌkəɾˈɳaːʈəkə ˌsəŋˈgiːtə] कर्णाटक सङ्गीत in Sanskrit, ಕರ್ನಾಟಕ ಸಂಗೀತ in Kannada, കര്‍‌ണാടക സംഗീതം in Malayalam, கருநாடக இசை in Tamil, కర్నాటక సంగీతం in Telugu) is the form of Indian classical music that had its origins in South India.
Unlike Hindustani music, Carnatic music was not influenced by the Islamic invasions of North India, rather it assimilated the centuries old traditions of Tamil music.
Written notation of Carnatic music was revived in the late 17th century and early 18th century, which coincided with rule of Shahaji II in Tanjore.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Carnatic_music   (4299 words)

  
 CARNATIC MUSIC :: Carnatic Music History
The history of Carnatic music is incomplete without the contributions of the saints Sri Purandharadasaru (15th century A.D.), Sri Thyagarajar, Sri Shyama Sastri (all of 18th century A.D.), and left an enduring legacy of compositions.
Carnatic music is based on a 22 scale note contrary to the 12 note scale that is used in the western classical music.
Thus, in Carnatic music, the raga connotes a mood or a route in which the music is supposed to travel.
carnaticindia.com /carnatic_music.html   (500 words)

  
 ::::::: Carnatic Music ::::::::
Music can thus be defined as an art form that arranges sounds in a fashion that follows certain natural principles and provides that special inner feeling of happiness and contentment.
Carnatic music owes its vitality not to those who seek to change its face but to those who love it and nourish its spirit by harnessing their creativity to exploration of the beauty found in its tradition.
Thus the men who made history in Carnatic music were not radicalists but super musicians who were identified with its timeless glory and rasa and found fulfillment in continuing the traditional stream of excellence.
www.mandolinshrinivas.org /carnatic.htm   (476 words)

  
 Carnatic music   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Carnatic music whose foundations were written between 4000 BC and 1000 BC began as a spiritual ritual of Hinduism.
The solfage of Carnatic music is "sa-ri-ga-ma-pa-da-ni" with the Hindustani sargam : sa- re -ga-ma-pa- dha -ni).
Thyagaraja (1759 ?- 1847) Muthuswami Dikshitar (1776 - 1827) and Syama Sastri (1762 - 1827) are regarded as the trinity of carnatic music.
www.freeglossary.com /Carnatic_music   (2625 words)

  
 welcome to carnatic.com - south indian classical music
This is one of the world's oldest & richest musical traditions.
If you maintain a website containing carnatic music information, consider joining the Webring.
3) Deviganasudha: Carnatic music compositions from Deviganasudha composed by Shri Ogirala Veera Raghava Sarma rendered by Smt B Vimala, daughter and desciple of OVRS.
www.carnatic.com   (695 words)

  
 Carnatic Music - Recordings & Discussion   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Carnatic music is the classical music of Southern India.
This is one of the world's oldest and richest musical traditions.
The recording lists are based on a fairly large amount of personal experience, both of recorded music and live concerts.
www.medieval.org /music/world/carnatic.html   (278 words)

  
 Carnatic Music, south indian music, learnign carnatic music - Rhythm n Raga.org
Carnatic music - the hard core classical music, that is - is divided into two broad areas.
Students of music start with such pre-existing compositions, train their voice, assimilate the 'moods' of ragams, be comfortable with talams and finally the training wheels come off and they move into the territory of improvisation, where they start making their own melodies as well.
There were music competitions held every once in a while, which pitted one learned musician against another, where the degree of difficulty was so high that most of the modern day musicians would not even qualify to enter.
www.rhythmnraga.org /carnaticmusic.html   (1791 words)

  
 ARTINDIA,India painting, India craft, India dance, India music, India cinema, India tradition, India culture
Carnatic music originated in the fertile plains of the Cauvery delta and flourished through the ages.Vaggeyakaras are the persons who composed many songs which are rendered in its original form to date.
The Trinities of Carnatic Music, Saint Thyagaraja, Muthuswamy Dikshithar and Shyama Shastri were all born in Thiruvarur near Thanjavur and the songs composed by them have explored & exhibited the depth and the rich feeling in this form.
Music is an ocean and I am singing praises of it, but from the shore.
www.webindia.com /artindia/cclmusic.htm   (470 words)

  
 CARNATIC MUSIC :: Download Carnatic Music Compositions
Here we have a few carnatic music compositions for FREE download.
We will be updating the list everymoth thus offering you an excellent location to hunt for your favorite carnatic music compositions.
>>Carnatic NEWS >>Learn Carnatic Music >> Download Melakartha Raga Notes >>Download Carnatic Music Wallpapers
www.carnaticindia.com /compositions.html   (0 words)

  
 Carnatic Music Notation system
Carnatic music notation is written using the solfa 'sa ri ga ma pa da ni' in textual form unlike the staff notation which is graphic.
In carnatic music sa (shadjam) is the tonic.
The artiste has the liberty to choose any pitch as the tonic and the note sa will then refer to that pitch.
carnatic2000.tripod.com /notation.htm   (997 words)

  
 Vimoksha - Indian classical music and dance portal - Carnatic Music   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Carnatic, or the South Indian style of classical music, traces its early roots to the vedas.
The history of Carnatic music points to a tremendous rejuvenation in its practice and popularity with the contributions of the saints Sri Purandharadasaru (15th century A.D.), Sri Thyagarajar, Sri Shyama Sastri (all of 18th century A.D.), and left an enduring legacy of compositions.
Carnatic music is based on a 22 scale note contrary to the 12 note scale that is used in the western classical music.
www.vimoksha.com /music/carnatic-music.html   (1161 words)

  
 Carnatic music Indian classical genre from South India   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
A classical music and a Hindu devotional one, Carnatic music shares common roots with Hindustani music, such as the concepts of raga and tal, but for the last centuries it has developed separately in the South of India.
Carnatic music is more an achievement of individual styles rather than a music from schools, such as can be found in the North.
Carnatic music as it is known today has evolved between the 18th and the 20th centuries.
makar-records.com /siteus/carnaticvoc.html   (183 words)

  
 Indian Carnatic Music, South Indian Music, Carnatic Classical Music, Carnatic Sangeet, Indian Folk Music
Carnatic music is found in the south Indian states of Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka.
This is mainly due to the contributions of such inspired artists as Purandara Dasa (1480 - 1564), known as the Father of Carnatic Music and also credited with several thousand songs, and other scholars who codified the system and gave it a clear format as a medium of teaching, performing, prayer and therapy.
Carnatic music is said to have acquired its present form in the 18th century.
www.india.mapsofindia.com /culture/art-and-culture/carnatic-music.html   (791 words)

  
 Carnatic Music - An Overview
At the young age of twenty-eight, she brings a degree of maturity and involvement to Carnatic music that is commensurate with her professional experience of over two decades.
Carnatic music has also been considerably influenced by the ancient Tamil music from the Dravidian culture of the southern parts of India.
Carnatic musicians also have the advantage of easily being able to learn or adapt to other music systems of the world since the basics of this system are strong, yet accommodative, thus paving way for fusion music too.
www.sawf.org /Newedit/edit04302001/musicarts2.asp   (1106 words)

  
 Tamil Music - தமிழ் இசை
Carnatic classical music is related to speakers of the Dravidian group of languages.
The Carnatic Beginner's List, provides a 'fairly broad introduction to the variety of Carnatic music in a manageable number of recordings' and is 'an attempt...
They still appeal to the music lover, for there is the charming simplicity of the tune which combines elegantly with the better lyrics (mostly from Kannadasan, who had a fine sense of the beauty and more importantly, a good sense of sound in Tamil Language).
www.tamilnation.org /culture/music/index.htm   (3269 words)

  
 A World in Two Cities
The status of the ‘trinity’, as Brahman musicians, contributed greatly to an increase in the social acceptability of the practice of music.
Although, like the other two members of the ‘trinity’, Śyāma Śāstri eschewed royal patronage in favor of a life of devotion, his financial position was secure due to his inheritance of land, originally granted to his father by the ruler of Thanjavur in 1783.
Thanjavur was the heart of the Tamil empire of the Chola dynasty (from the 9th century to the 13th), but in the second quarter of the 16th century a Nāyak viceroy was appointed by the emperor at Vijayanagar, thus establishing a court whose language was Telugu.
www.cla.umn.edu /twocities/rprojs/Indian/carnatic.asp   (2461 words)

  
 Carnatic Sangeet (Karnatic Sangeet) the South Indian system of Music
Carnatic Sangeet is found in the south Indian states of Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Andhra Pradesh and Carnatica.
The generally held belief is that North Indian music evolved along different lines due to an increased exposure to the Islamic world.
It was during this period that the "trinity" of Carnatic music, Thyagaraja, Shamashastri, and Muthuswami Dikshitar composed their famous compositions.
chandrakantha.com /articles/indian_music/carnatic_sangeet.html   (980 words)

  
 Carnatic Music Origin & Development
In the enjoyment of Carnatic music it is hence held that the richness of the sahitya is not to be overlooked.
The above is a far-from-exhaustive coverage of the origin and development of Carnatic music along with a brief report on the concurrent development of music in South India before the establishment of Carnatic music as a distinct stream.
For a detailed coverage and better understanding of the development of Carnatic music it would be necessary to spend considerable time on the theoretical basis for the classification of ragas and the nourishment that was given to music by composers.
www.chembur.com /carnatic/page02.html   (1404 words)

  
 Tamilnadu's Contribution to Carnatic Music
References to music and dance are said to be found in all these Sangam works, though their main topics are varied.
The three enriched Carnatic music with compositions in their individual styles and it is their compositions that yet constitute the core of the concert repertoire.
However talented or senior a mridanga or ghata vidwan may be and however young or lacking in talent a vocalist may be, the first place and the central seat on the dais is given only to the vocalist, for it is he or she who renders the sahitya orally.
www.geocities.com /Athens/5180/tnmusic1.html   (5087 words)

  
 Carnatic Music - South Indian Classical Music - www.artindia.net
Broadly speaking, Hindustani developed in the northern regions of the country, while Carnatic music is indigenous to the south.
This is mainly due to the contributions of such inspired artists as Purandara Dasa, known as the Father of Carnatic Music, and other scholars who codified the system and gave it a clear format as a medium of teaching, performing, prayer and therapy.
Carnatic music abounds in structured compositions in the different ragas.
www.artindia.net /carnatic.html   (320 words)

  
 Indian Melody : Introduction to South Indian Classical Music (Carnatic)
Music is sometimes described technically as 'tonal' or 'chromatic', both terms simply mean that we use a whole spectrum of frequencies to produce music.
Students of music start with such pre-existing compositions, train their voice, assimilate the 'moods' of Ragams, be comfortable with Talams and finally the training wheels come off and they move into the territory of improvisation, where they start making their own melodies as well.
There were music competitions held every once in a while, which pitted one learned musician against another, where the degree of difficulty was so high that most of the modern day musicians would not even qualify to enter.
www.indianmelody.com /carnaticintro.htm   (20257 words)

  
 Carnatic Music
India is very rich in varied culture and different states of country have their own forms of music and dance.
Carnatic Music is rich in both Raagas(melody) and Talas and has to be expressed with Bhava (feeling).
of Carnatic music - Thyagaraja, Muthuswami Dikshathar and Shyama Sashtri are sung.
www.raagalaya.org /Music.html   (773 words)

  
 www.artindia.net - Indian Classical Performing Arts Portal. Since 1998. Carnatic Music
Broadly speaking, Hindustani developed in the northern regions of the country, while Carnatic music is indigenous to the south.
This is mainly due to the contributions of such inspired artists as Purandara Dasa, known as the Father of Carnatic Music, and other scholars who codified the system and gave it a clear format as a medium of teaching, performing, prayer and therapy.
Carnatic music abounds in structured compositions in the different ragas.
artindia.net /carnatic.html   (300 words)

  
 MITHAS - Carnatic Music
Carnatic music is the classical music of South India.
Purandara Dasa is considered the Father of Carnatic music.
Incidenatlly, an important element of Carnatic music is the heavy leaning towards devotional content.
web.mit.edu /mithas/www/carnatic.html   (145 words)

  
 Carnatic Music
music for educational use and music meant for the concert platform.
he music of the second half is usually the same as that of the anupallavi.
This is a Carnatic music form resembling the architecture of a Hindusthani raga.
users.pandora.be /rajhans.orchestra/carnmu.html   (984 words)

  
 A Complete Overview of Indian Carnatic music
And, she won the hearts of myriad fans with quality music.
There was warmth in their music, enthusiasm in their presentation and assertion in their delivery.
They savored every bit of music that was served in the morning.
sify.com /carnaticmusic   (101 words)

  
 Carnatic Music
The term Carnatic music refers to the music of the southern states of India.
In fact most of the literature of south India was in the form of poetry that was set to music and sung by one and all.
The vocals of Carnatic music is accompanied with the veena; violin; mridangam; and venu, which is a south Indian version of the flute.
www.artistspages.org /carnatic_music.htm   (442 words)

Try your search on: Qwika (all wikis)

Factbites
  About us   |   Why use us?   |   Reviews   |   Press   |   Contact us  
Copyright © 2005-2007 www.factbites.com Usage implies agreement with terms.