Carnatic Violin from South India (recording of the Century : L.Subramaniam)
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Carnatic Violin from South India : A long development of the raga Kirvani in which L.Subramaniam gradually elaborates an entire world of emotional tensions. Here is the true definition of the word ''virtuoso''.
IV.Râgamâlikâ : Vasanta-priyâ, Khadyota-kânti (46:13)
Violin : L.Subramaniam
Mridangam : V.Kamalâkar
Tamburâ : Sushamâ Unnikrishnan
Stéréo recording in 1980, at Paris
Label : Ocora Radio France
Be it vocal or instrumental, all music in India claims the timbre of the vînâ as its archetype and culmination. Therefore, the violin took no time to be recognised for its capacity to reproduce all the elevating nuances of that model, upto the subtlest microtones and the most delicate embellishments (gamaka). Relentless, Subramaniam goes on improving his instrument in order to extract from in the most varied textures and colours, translating the entire gamut of human emotion.
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