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We should Celebrate Carnatic Maestro M Balamuralikrishna’s Music, says AR Rahman

The legendary musician M Balamuralikrishna, passed away on Tuesday at the age of 86

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November 24, 2016: AR Rahman feels that the late legendary singer Balamuralikrishna’s music should be celebrated. He as a musician has left a huge legacy behind.

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According to PTI, the Oscar-winning composer said, “He is a legend. We shouldn’t mourn his death but celebrate such an icon, who kept the flag of classical music alive.”

Dr. Mangalampalli Balamuralikrishna, the late Carnatic musician will always be remembered for the optimism and clarity of his three-octave vocals.

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“It is going to be alive because the recordings are still there. It is going to be alive because of his art,” Rahman, who was in Goa to attend the 10th edition of NFDC Film Bazaar here, said.

He composed several kirits, thillanans, and varnams. He also revived old ragas like Sunadavinodini and Narthak. He also created new ragas like Mahathi, Lavangi, Murali, Manorama, Omkari, Rohini, , Prathimadhyamavathi Saravashree, Sushma, Sumukham, Ganapathi, Pushkara Godvari, and Siddhi.

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The legendary musician M Balamuralikrishna, passed away on Tuesday at the age of 86. He was not well for some time and breathed his last at his residence in Chennai.

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Patil, on the other hand, is known for her Khayal form of Hindustani music. Hailing from the Gwalior gharana, she has performed across major classical music festivals including Sawai Gandharva Bhimsen Festival and Tansen festival.

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In an attempt to celebrate quality and excellence across art forms, Taj Mahal Tea has partnered with Khayal Trust to host the esteemed Krishna Rao Festival this year. The festival will echo performances by renowned classical singers including Neela Bhagwat, Manjusha Patil and Kedia Brothers.

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“It is an honor to share the stage with some of India’s biggest classical singers at the 18th edition of the prestigious Krishna Rao Festival. The festival is an attempt to celebrate the spirit of Indian classical music and I feel proud to be a part of this celebration.

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Krishna Rao Pandit. Flickr

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Talking about the artists, Bhagwat is a senior exponent of the Gwalior gharana and a renowned classical vocalist. Known for composing and performing thumris from a feminist perspective, her contributions include compositions of Kabir and Meera bhajans.

Patil, on the other hand, is known for her Khayal form of Hindustani music. Hailing from the Gwalior gharana, she has performed across major classical music festivals including Sawai Gandharva Bhimsen Festival and Tansen festival. (IANS)