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Lalgudi G. Jayaraman

Perhaps one of the most remarkable from the Southern Indian violin players. Blessed in 1930, he examined initially along with his dad, V.R. Gopala Iyer. By age 12, he previously advanced to associated other music artists. In 1965 on the Edinburgh Celebration he therefore impressed Yehudi Menuhin which the maestro provided him along with his very own violin. Jayaraman is really a soloist, accompanist — for instance, for the traditional vocalist Maharajapuram Santhanam — and composer. He documented an extremely interesting jugalbandi record using the Hindustani sarod participant Amjad Ali Khan known as South Fits North (G/ECSD 2932) in 1983 which deserves a Compact disc reissue. Onto it they perform “Bhapali” (“Mohanam”) and “Malkauns” (“Hindolam”). Various other produces by him should be entirely on AVM, Kaveri and Oriental.

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