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9 thoughts on “ Trichy Sankaran - Laya Vinyas (CD)

  1. Apr 04,  · Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises Kanjira Solo in Khanda Eka Tala · Trichy Sankaran Laya Vinyas ℗ The Orchard Released on: .
  2. Professor Sankaran’s recordings include Laya Vinyas (), Sunada (), Lotus Signatures(), Ivory Ganesh Meets Doctor Drums () and Catch 21 (). He is the author of two instructional books on South Indian classical drumming, most recently The Art .
  3. Top CD Stubs; Documentation Dr. N. Ramani (Flute) & Trichy Sankaran (Mrdangam) 1: Laya Vinyas: Trichy Sankaran: 1: Showing official release groups by this artist. Show all release groups instead, or show various artists release groups.
  4. Trichy Sankaran was born in Trichy in Madras state, India. By the age of 13, he was winning awards for his percussion performances, and the next year began .
  5. Besides a number of recordings made in Madras, he may be heard on Laya Vinyas (New York: Music of the World, , and issued as both CD and cassette). In addition to performing Karnatic music, he has both performed and composed in several multicultural ensembles, most notably World Drums, and the Evergreen Club Gamelan Ensemble.
  6. Aug 17,  · Trichy Sankaran. Trichy Sankaran (mridangam) is a virtuoso percussionist whose mastery on this important South Indian percussion instrument is respected throughout the world. His first musical training was under his cousin Sri P.A. Venkataraman, and he later became a disciple of the late Sri Palani Subramania Pillai.
  7. Laya Vinyas: The South Indian Drumming of Trichy Sankaran. Music of the World. Music of the World. Features mrdangam and kanjira solos, plus ensemble music with mrdangam, vina.
  8. May 10,  · I would suggest not starting with pure classical (or vocal) Carnatic music - there is a learning curve involved in being able to appreciate it and understand the nuances. The albums I usually give my friends are fusion albums, as this gives a tast.
  9. Trichy Sankaran is an Indian percussionist, composer, scholar, and educator. He was awarded the Madras Music Academy's Sangeetha Kalanidhi in As a mridangam vidwan, he has been called a "doyen among the percussionists of India" in Sruti magazine.. Since the early s, he has performed and recorded in a number of cross-cultural projects. In , he was awarded the "Tiruchirapalli Carnatic Musicians .

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