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Play Carnatic Instrumental Radio. South Indian traditional classical music is called Carnatic music. The music is based on melody patterns called 'ragas' and is introduced through 'alapana'. The main emphasis is on vocal music and most compositions are written to be sung. When played on instruments, they are meant to be performed in a singing style known as 'gayaki'. Carnatic Instrumental music dates back to thousands of years when instruments such as 'Yazh' and 'Flute' were in vogue. Well-known instruments here are Volin, Veena, Gottuvadhyam,.
Browse the top carnatic instrumental artists to find new music. Scrobble songs to get recommendations on tracks you'll love. Nadesan Ramani, Padmashri Dr. N. Ramani (also known as Flute Ramani, b. 1934) is a renowned Carnatic flautist from Tiruvarur, Tamil Nadu, India. Mahalingam (November 6, 1926-May 31, 1986), affectionately known as Mali, was a flautist who revolutionized the style of flute-playing in Carnati. Srinivas. Uppalapu Srinivas (28 February 1969 – 19 September 2014) was a virtuoso Indian mandolin maestro and composer belonging to the classical Carnati. hittibabu.
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Violin - Carnatic Instrumental is a Carnatic instrumental album released on 1990. Music of Violin - Carnatic Instrumental songs are composed by Patnam Subramania Iyer. Violin - Carnatic Instrumental album has 9 songs sung by Mysore T. Chowdiah. Listen to all songs in high quality & download Violin - Carnatic Instrumental songs on Raaga.
PeteStrumentals is an excellent instrumental album from the legendary Pete Rock, his second solo release after the equally awesome Soul Survivor (which featured an all-star cast of guest emcees providing vocals to complement Pete Rock’s soundscapes). PeteStrumentals is mostly instrumentals only, just a couple of tracks feature vocals. The album features vocal contributions from Blueprint, Jakki da Motamouth, and Copywrite, but those three tracks aside the album is completely instrumental. From the funky opener The Horror to the moody blues of Smoke & Mirrors to the soul of Good Times Roll P., – this album shows great variation and is perfectly consistent at the same time. Great beats, well-timed scratches, and beautiful soundscapes combine into a powerful package. Don’t let the kind of gruesome album cover throw you off – this is an essential instrumental Hip Hop album.