Lata Mangeshkar mostly sang light music, but her singing was deeply rooted in Indian classical music.
Author: Bhushan Toshniwal
Arati Ankalikar Tikekar proves music is product of the social and the cultural.
GN Balasubramaniam,was respected for his creative approach and innovation within the boundaries of classical music.
His raga rendition is marked by natural phirat, fast tans, infallible rhythm and imaginative content.
Carnatic music and Hindustani music blend together to form Bharatiya Sangeet.
Even while sticking to tradition, Balamuralikrishna’s virtuosity in improvisations was unconventional.
How MLV smashed male supremacy in Carnatic music during her time and became part of the female trinity.
Fusing Carnatic and Hindustani styles, Parur Sundaram Iyer created the unique ‘Parur bani’ in violin. M.S. Gopalakrishnan, his son, became the chief proponent of this style.
Manna Dey, through his melodious immortal songs, has left his indelible mark on music. A tribute to the versatile singer on his 102 nd birth anniversary
Kishori Amonkar’s priceless and unparalleled contribution to Indian music will be remembered forever by music lovers, and artists alike.