- An Indo Celtic Musical
Journey is a contemporary compilation of the
sahityas of Muthusvami Dikshitar recorded
with Indian voices and western instrumentation.
(1775-1835), is one of India's foremost
composers, in whose hands European tunes that came to India with the British
East India company, transformed into catchy songs in
sanskrit, known as nottusvara sahityas easily accessible to children.
the CD. Part I features 19 and
Part II features 20 of the nottusvara
sahityas. A 20 page booklet with lyrics
and background accompanies each CD.
Vismaya. Learn how this recording is
an ideal introduction to Indian
Classical Music for children.
- 15month old child dances spontaneously to
this music; 5-year old trades TV-watching
Album I has
19 tracks and Album II has 21. Listen to audio excerpts.
melody of the
British National Anthem
'God Save the King' and how it
transformed in the hands of Dikshitar.
Transformation of the
galopede dance music
into a meditative geetam on Kamalamba.
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events related to this album.
'Vismaya'? What was the inspiration behind
the recording? What is the purpose of this
India and the birth of the nottusvara
and music of
one of India's foremost composers.
Variety in the Nottusvara sahityas of
(deities) addressed in the nottuswara
sahityas of Dikshitar.
cultural richness of
Tiruvarur and the nottusvara sahityas.