Mangala Vadhyam - Vol.1

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Vathapi Ganapathim - Nadhaswaram - Classical Instrumental - Jayashankar & Valayapatti Subramaniam

Vatapi Ganapatim, also known as Vatapi ganapatim bhaje ham or Vatapi ganapatim bhaje, is a Sanskrit kriti song by the South Indian poet-composer Muthuswami Dikshitar (1775–1835), one of the "Trinity of Carnatic music". The panegyrical hymn praises Vatapi Ganapati, Ganesha (Ganapati) worshipped in a shrine in Tiruchenkattankudi in the Indian state of Tamil Nadu. The hymn is composed in Hamsadhvani raga (musical mode), however in tradition of kritis, individual performers add their own variations in the tune. Vatapi Ganapatim is described as the best-known piece of Muthuswami Dikshitar as well as one of the most popular compositions of Carnatic music (South Indian classical music school). The hymn is traditionally sung at the beginning of many Carnatic music concerts. Lyrics - Songs - Vathapi Ganapathim pallavi vaataapi gaNapatim bajEham | vaaraNaasyam varapradam shree || anupallavi bootaadi sam sEvita caraNam | boota bowdika prapanca baraNam || veetaraagiNam vinata yOginam (shree) | vishva kaaraNam vigna vaaraNam || (vaathapi) caraNam puraa kumba sambhava munivara prapoojitam | trikONa madya gatam | muraari pramukaat yupaasitam | moolaadhaara kshEtraa stitam | paraadi sattvaari vaakaatmagam | praNava svaroopa vakratunDam | nirandaram niDala candra kaNDam | nija vaamakara vidrutEkshutanDam | karaambuja paaSa beejaapooram | kaloosha vidhooram bootaahaaram | haraadi guruguha tOshita bimbam | hamsadhwani booshita hErambam || (vaathapi)

Nadam || G.Vasudevan || Nadaswaram Instrumental

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Nadhaswaram - Classical Instrumental - Abheri - Jayashankar & Valayapatti Subramaniam

Abheri (pronounced ābhēri) is a raga in Carnatic music (musical scale of South Indian classical music). It is a Janya raga (derived scale), whose Melakarta raga (parent, also known as janaka) is Kharaharapriya, 22nd in the 72 Melakarta raga system. Bhimplasi (or Bheemplas) of Hindustani music sounds pretty close to Abheri. Classical music is art music produced or rooted in the traditions of Western music (both liturgical and secular). It encompasses a broad span of time from roughly the 11th century to the present day. Nadaswaram, nagaswaram, nadhaswaram or nathaswaram, is a double reed wind instrument. It is a traditional classical instrument originated in Tamil Nadu and also used in Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, and Kerala (India). This instrument is the world's loudest non-brass acoustic instrument. It is a wind instrument similar to the North Indian shehnai but much longer, with a hardwood body and a large flaring bell made of wood or metal.

Carnatic Classical Instrumental On Nadaswaram from the album Mangala Vadhyam by Mylai S. Rajendran & Party, produced by Sruthilaya Media Corp.

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