Carnatic Summer: Lives of Twenty Two Great Exponents: 1

Carnatic Summer Lives of Twenty Two Great Exponents None

  • Title: Carnatic Summer: Lives of Twenty Two Great Exponents: 1
  • Author: V. Sriram
  • ISBN: 9384030473
  • Page: 439
  • Format: Paperback
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    • I happen to browse this book in Smt Kiranavali Vidayasankar's home one day and few pages I read on Alatur Brothers awere enough to convince me to order it later that day. Fantastic book for music lovers. Sriram blends historical facts with his unique insight making this a very wonderful read. A must have for Carnatic lovers.



    • This book with a cup of chai on a cloudy day will almost make you time travel a century back. Sriram's efforts in collecting and compiling the essentials of each musician's journey in life reflect in every word that he has written. Passages are brief with not a single dull moment. The very way I look at a musician has completely changed after I have read this book. It is definitely a very impressionable one for a layman as well.I sincerely hope that the author considers writing about many more m [...]


    • The book by V.Sriram titled "Carnatic Summer" provides rare glimpses from the lives of musicians (mainly from Tamil Nadu) who ruled the Carnatic music scene in the past century. I am no expert on Carnatic classical music, but I have always enjoyed the lively beats from the mridangam, the full throated vocals, and the mellifluous flute renditions of music in this genre. Now, after reading about the lives of many of the great exponents of this genre (including our own violinist Mysore Chowdaiah) m [...]


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