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These short audio clips are provided here only in the hope of enticing more audience for Carnatic music. Not to have any commercial advantage. venkatakailasam


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Even though prominence is given to south Indian Carnatic music, there is no

disliking to other forms of music.

Music is divine

in whatever form it is .



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This Blog has plenty of songs to hear and watch

and a large number of materials to read about to keep one engaged fully.

T.R. Balasubramaniam

T.R. Balasubramaniam was prominent among pupils nurtured by GNB….
T.R. Balasubramaniam was the one GNB sishya who could have reached a position of eminence in Carnatic music such as attained by MLV, had he not died prematurely young. He was a rising star in the 1950s, with his strong voice and pleasing style, reminiscent of his guru’s. He was one of the last of the old guard of disciples to experience gurukulavasa. He very efficiently managed GNB’s affairs including his family budget. Largely responsible for the publication of GNB’s Gana Bhaskara Manimalai, T.R. Balu died on the concert stage. He made a lasting contribution to Carnatic music in the form of his disciples Radha-Jayalakshmi. He was the first of a number of GNB sishya-s who bore his name — S. Balasubramaniam and T.S. Balasubramaniam (who has contributed to this commemorative volume) were among them. It was even jokingly rumoured that you had to be a Balasubramaniam to be accepted as GNB’s pupil!”-Sruti
Radha Viswanathan had her early training in music from T.R. Balasubramaniam among others….(
He had concert at MA  on 27th dec 1947  with Sri Nellai Mani (Violin)
Sri P. S. Devarajan (Mridangam)…
Only very few songs are available courtesy Dr.Manjunath…
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