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Bhagyada Lakshmi Baramma | Indian Classical Music

YouTube channel IndianRaga brought together a team of talented young musicians for this Indian Classic. Mahesh Raghvan is on deck with his iPad, and I was particularly impressed by Haripriya Dharmala's vocals.

Video Description:

Bhagyada Lakshmi Baramma, a contemporary classical presentation of the Purandara Dasa composition in raga Madhyamavati, Adi talam. This Kannada devotional song, sung by great musicians such as M.S. Subbulakshmi and Pandit Bhimsen Joshi, is very popular in classical concerts across India as well as at weddings and religious events in South India. Keeping the classical elements intact, this contemporary version revolves around the lyrical structure of the song. It starts with an instrumental Aalaap followed by vocals, with interludes of Flute, Tabla, Geoshred before every Charanam and accompanying soft tones of Konnakol. This recreation of the classic features Haripriya Dharmala (Vocals), Sri Poornima Krishna Emani (Flute), Rohit Prasad (Konnakol), Anirudh Sharma (Tabla) and Mahesh Raghvan (iPad and Music Production).

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Haripriya Dharmala
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Anirudh Sharma
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Rohit Prasad
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Mahesh Raghvan
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Reader Comments 1

Love it. Shared on Facebook. And thanks for sharing this here... 😀
January 16, 2019  | person Sarmad
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