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Carnatic Vocal by Krish Iyengar

Carnatic Vocal by Krish Iyengar

By Krish Iyengar
Krish Rajesh Iyengar has been undergoing formal Carnatic (Indian Classical) Music training from the age of 6. Currently, he’s tutoring under Mrs Radha Vasudevan. Krish Iyengar leverages his good voice to sing and has sung in a few languages – English, Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada.
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Nadaloka Duserrah Celebrations 2021

Carnatic Vocal by Krish Iyengar

Nadaloka Duserrah Celebrations 2021

Carnatic Vocal by Krish Iyengar

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Nadaloka Duserrah Celebrations 2021
*Shloka*: Durga Suktam – Vikram (2:04) Yakuntendu Tushaara – Krish Iyengar (03:05) *Story* Mahishasura Mardhini- Arun (01:00) *Songs* Bahudaari Varnam  Arun and Sarvajith (02:49) Gambira Naatai Varanam – Nila and Keerthi (05:20) He Sharade Ma- Krish Iyengar (00:38) Parvati Patim – Sriharsh (01:38) Saraswathi Vidhiyuvathi- Guhan Bharadwaj (03:01) Sharanam Bevaani  Arun and Sarvajith (01:54)
23:35
October 8, 2021
A Million Dreams - The Greatest Showman
Not a Carnatic Vocal, but then...
04:34
August 16, 2021
Krish - Ekla Chalo Re - Bengali
Jodi Tor Dak Shune Keu Na Ase Tobe Ekla Cholo Re ("If no one responds to your call, then go your own way alone"), commonly known as Ekla Cholo Re, is a Bengali patriotic song written by Rabindranath Tagore in 1905.LanguageBengaliPublishedSeptember 1905 Language Bengali Published September 1905 Genre Rabindra Sangeet Songwriter(s) Rabindranath Tagore Composer(s) Rabindranath Tagore
02:44
August 15, 2021
Intha Chouka, Bilahari Raaga, Adi Taalam
INTHA CHOUKA Ragam: Bilahari(29th Mela Janyam) Composer: Veenai Kuppaiyer Talam: Aadi Aarohanam:S R2 G3 P D2 S Aavarohanam:S N2 D2 P M1 G3 R2 S Pallavi: Intha chouka sEya idi mEkAdura sAmi Anupallavi: PanthamElara nAthO VenugOpAlA rArA eevElaI Charanam: Ninne kOri yunnArA
03:54
June 12, 2021
Begabaro (Mand)
Begabaro (Maand) Maand is supposed to have evolved from Rajasthani folk music. Maand is a feisty raga, popular in North India and well-known for lighter pieces in the South. It is delightful to the listener and performer alike. It brings forth the mood of romance, combined with cheer and warmth.  Maand is often spiced up with foreign notes to make it “misra” Maand, like “chai” becomes “masala chai.” The notes that feature in the conventional Maand raga include Sadja, Suddha Rishabha, Antara Gandhara, Suddha Madhyama, Panchama, Chatusruti Dhaivata, and Kakali Nishada, and not in that order. It is the zigzag patterns in this raga that give rise to a feeling that only can be compared with enjoying a swing on a trapeze.
03:51
July 6, 2020
Yentha Pratibha (Mohanam)
Yentha Pratibha (Raaga: Mohanam) Mohanam is a rāga in Carnatic music (musical scale of South Indian classical music). It is an audava rāga (or owdava rāga, meaning pentatonic scale). It is usually described as a janya rāga of Harikamboji (28th Melakartha Raga). However, alternate opinions suggest that Mechakalyani may be a more appropriate classification based on the lakshana of the raga. The equivalent of Mohanam in Hindustani music is Bhoop (or Bhopali). It is one of the common pentatonic scales across the world[1] and is very popular in East Asian and South-east Asian music, including China and Japan. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mohanam
05:05
June 29, 2020
Muddhugare Yashoda (Kurinji/ Nattakurinji)
Muddhugare Yashoda (Kurinji/ Nattakurinji) Kurinji or Nattakurinji is a raga (musical scale) in Carnatic music. It is an audava janya raga of 28th Melakarta raga Harikambhoji. This raga is good to sing in the evenings. It is used both in Hindustani and Carnatic music. Nattakurinji and is an asymmetric rāgam is said to have three types of ascending (arohana) and descending scales (avarohana). https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nattakurinji
05:10
June 22, 2020