Wednesday, November 12, 2014

Lecture: Unknown composers and compositions of Carnatic Music

22 Nov '2014, 04:00 pm to 06:00 pm
Vanamala Centre for Art and Culture Premises, JP Nagar 8th Phase 
As part of the program Bharatiya Samskriti Darshana – 9, a series of lecture demonstrations on the Origin and Development of Indian Culture through ages.
The ninth program in the series: Unknown Compositions and Composers of Carnatic Music with Special Reference to Tallapaka Composers of 15th -16th CE by Dr Veturi Anandamurthy, accompanied by Vidushi Yoga Vandana and Vidushi Yoga Keertana on vocals.  About Dr Veturi Ananda Murthy
Dr.Veturi Ananda Murthy whose doctoral research was on the life and works of Annamayya has dedicated himself in bringing to light many unknown and rare compositions of Tallapaka poets, Bhadrachala Ramadasa and many more. Prof. Murthy served as the Head of Telugu Department, Osmania University Hyderabad. One of his most enduring achievements has been deciphering the TIRUMALA MUSIC INSCRIPTION of Tallapaka Annamacharya which dates back to 15th Century. Through his efforts it is now established that this stone parchment is the first historical evidence of lyrics with notated music. Bhasha Samman National Award, Sri Krishnadevaraya Puraskaram, Sri Ramanavami Pratibha Puraskaram are a few among the many awards he has received.
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