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Kadri Gopalnath ‎– South Indian Music On Saxophone By Kadri Gopalnath (1985, Oriental Records)


Media NM
Sleeve VG+

Format : x2 LP
Cat N° : BGRP 1056/57
Style : Carnatic, Indian Classical

Kadri Gopalnath’s journey in Carnatic music on the saxophone began under the guidance of Gopalkrishna Iyer at Kalaniketana, Mangalore. His dedication and relentless efforts allowed him to master the nuances of both Carnatic music and the saxophone. In Madras, he met the versatile mridangist T.V. Gopalkrishnan, who recognized his potential and shaped him into an internationally acclaimed artist. Gopalnath humbly attributes his success to the blessings and teachings of his gurus. His debut performance for the Chembai Memorial Trust was a resounding success. A chance encounter with Jazz musician John Handy at a Mumbai Jazz festival in 1980 led to a captivating collaboration, where both artists seamlessly fused their respective styles to create an unforgettable experience for the audience.

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A1.1 – Vathapa
A1.2 – Raga: Hamsadhwani
A1.3 – Tala: Aadi
B1.1 – Kangalidyathako
B1.2 – Raga: Sindhu Bhairavi
B1.3 – Tala: Rupaka
B2 – Ullavaru – Raga – Chandrakauns
B3 – Anathudanu Ganu – Raga – Singla
C1.1 – Raghuvara
C1.2 – Raga: Panthuvarali
C1.3 – Tala: Aadi
D1.1 – Ramachandram Bhavayami
D1.2 – Raga: Vasantha
D1.3 – Tala: Rupaka
D2.1 – Thillana
D2.2 – Raga: Brindavana Saranga
D2.3 – Tala: Aadi

Weight 0,45 kg