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Journey was performed by Yehudi Menuhin and Lakshminarayana Subramaniam in 1987 at the United Nations, in celebration of the 40th year of Indian independence. The piece is based on a pentatonic scale called Mohanam. With D as the tonic, the notes are D, E, F#, A, B. The scale can be transposed to any tonic, but as long as the relative intervals are the same, it is still Mohanam.
A collection of compositions by Dr. L Subramaniam. Like Blossom, Peace Anthem, Ballad, Wavering Minds, Chasing the Field, Rhythmic Colours, Rhythmic Explorations, Manodharma, Swan River
Books written and curated by Dr. L Subramaniam for LGCE students pursuing bachelors and masters.
Indian classical music is the oldest, most sophisticated, and scientifically complete musical system globally. Its two major streams—the south Indian (Carnatic) and the north Indian (Hindustani)—share common origins and were part of a single tradition until the thirteenth century. L. Subramaniam, one of the best-known classical musicians of our age, and the late and highly celebrated vocalist Viji Subramaniam examine this system's origins, history, structure, and spirit.
Thirty varnams in South Indian notation along with details about the ragas, technical exercises, lyrics in multiple scripts, and meanings.