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Harikesanallur Muthiah Bhagavatar contributions as a composer, harikatha artiste and as an overall personality in Carnatic music who wielded enormous influence, and wielded it well, have stood the test of time. This is a feature on the set of kritis that Muthiah Bhagavatar composed on Goddess Chamundeshwari of Mysore

http://radioweb.in/programs/harikeshanallur-muthiah-bhagavatar-0

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In addition to the Carnatic & Bhakti channel , we now have a Hindustani channel as well.

The soothing ring of the tambura, the electrifying rhythms on the tabla, the mesmerizing voices and the electrifying renditions on the flute, sitar, sarod, violin, santoor – RadioWeb will take you through the sublime and ethereal experiences that is Hindustani Classical Music.

Sit back and lisiten to music ranging from thumri-dadra to dhrupad dhamaar to gharana sangeet; well-curated features, documentaries, artiste and theme based shows at Hindustani Classical Channel

http://hindustani.radioweb.in/

Please do try out & listen. Would also very much appreciate if you helps us spread the word 

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There are several traditions in the Bhakti Movement of India , and in Maharashtra, the Varkari tradition is predominant. The Vari tradition is characterized by singing the glory of the lord by way of mellifluous musical Marathi lyrics called Abhangs. Abhangs literally meaning without blemish. A feature on the form of Bhakti poetry
http://radioweb.in/programs/abhang-0

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T V Gopalakrishnan can go by various descriptions - Carnatic vocalist, Hindustani musician, mridangist, violinist, voice culture expert, teacher, to name a few. In a concert career of over 70 years, T V Gopalakrishnan has been both traditionalist and experimenter simultaneously. An hour of music of the all-round musician in connection with his birthday on June 11
http://radioweb.in/programs/t-v-gopalakrishnan

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Harikamboji is the 28th melakarta raga. Harikamboji's prominence today is however credited to composer Tyagaraja, whose numerous gems in the raga are among the best known compositions in the raga. This programme includes a few of the lesser known ones and many composed by post-trinity composers
http://radioweb.in/programs/harikamboji

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Tanjavur S Kalyanaraman was one of the most creative and original musicians in recent times. A senior student of G N Balasubramaniam, Kalyanaraman displayed the same qualities as his gurus - incessant curiosity, a thoughtful and analytical bent of mind, and a penchant for seeking out the new in the old.. This is a tribute to Tanjavur S Kalyanaraman in connection with his birth anniversary on June 2 
http://radioweb.in/programs/tanjavur-s-kalyanaraman

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The Carnatic repertoire contains a good number of songs on Ganapati. Composer Muthuswami Dikshitar himself is credited with almost 27 compositions. There are many epithets to this god. As a representative of ‘pranava’ or ‘om’ and as one who’s profile resembles this symbol, he is called ‘Pranavakaram’ in one song. The songs on this programme feature different composers and cover a gamut of aspects of this deity. 
http://radioweb.in/programs/ganapati

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Ganesh and Kumaresh have been on stage as a violin duo for close to four decades, even since they were kids. Their music has a distinct identity and displays their understanding and attitude to music and also their ample talent and virtuosity. This hour-long programme featuring the violin duo is in connection with Ganesh's birthday on May 22.
http://radioweb.in/programs/ganesh-kumaresh

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Several poets and writers were inspired by national leaders, and became involved in the freedom struggle. They wrote songs and poems that reflected the political turmoil of the times, and also inspired common people to devote their lives to the independence movement. The programme includes compositions of Maharshi Shuddhananda Bharathi, in connection with his birth anniversary on May 11
http://radioweb.in/programs/composers-freedom-movement-0

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Narasimha, the fourth avatar of Mahavishnu, is unique in being a concatenation of two different creatures - Man and Lion. Narasimha as a deity has resulted in very few compositions, especially compared to the other popular avatars of Rama and Krishna. However, the few that are in existence bring out the nature and power of Narasimha and the fascinating aspects of this unique avatar. This programme, in connection with Narasimha Jayanthi, plays a few classical compositions on Narasimha by various composers
http://radioweb.in/programs/narasimha
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