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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

M Balamuralikrishna. Wikimedia Commons

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.

by NewsGram team with inputs from different agencies

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Snapchat to Let Users Add Music to Their Posts

Snapchat has not officially commented on the subject

Snapchat is reportedly planning to launch more
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Competing with the likes of Instagram, photo-messaging app Snapchat is planning to let users add music to their posts on the platform.

According to The Wall Street Journal, the company is trying to secure broad rights to catalogues from Universal Music Group, Sony Music Entertainment and Warner Music Group, CNET reported on Friday.

No deals have been confirmed as of now, but the company has ramped up its efforts.

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Other apps like Instagram and TikTok already let users add music to their content.

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Facebook also struck deals with major music companies in 2017 and 2018 allowing users to upload and share videos featuring songs from those labels.

Snapchat has not officially commented on the subject. (IANS)