[CEX31]

at Mylapore Fine Arts

tracks

  1. Sarasijanabha - Kambhoji - Ata Tala Varnam (10:36)
  2. Sadachaleshwaram - Bhupalam- Adi (13:02)
  3. Mama Hridaye - Reethigowla - Khanda Triputa (7:21)
  4. Ragam - Pantuvarali (15:12)
  5. Vadera Daivamu - Pantuvarali- Adi (16:51)
  6. Maravakave - Saama - Roopakam (5:48)
  7. Shivanai Ninaithavar - Hindola - Adi (5:36)
  8. Ragam - Mukhari (21:24)
  9. Emani Ne - Mukhari - Adi (34:45)
  10. Shingaara Moorithivi - Khamas - Khandachapu (7:03)
  11. Govinda Sundara - Dwijavanthi- Misrachapu (5:43)
  12. Sarvam Brahma Mayam - Madhuvanthi - Adi (4:10)
  13. Tom Tom Tadhara Thillana - Poornachandrika - Adi (3:05)
  14. Shloka (0:43)

musicians

Malladi Brothers (Ravikumar and Sreeramprasad), vocal
Embar S. Kannan, violin
Trichy Sankaran, mridangam
Alathur T. Rajaganesh, kanjira
 
Recorded at at Mylapore Fine Arts Club, Chennai December 21, 2019
Recorded, mixed and mastered by Maurice Mogard
Produced by Bengt Berger and Maurice Mogard
Graphic design by Jon Edergren, Spektra.
Thanks to Mylapore Fine Arts and Lars Fredriksson.
Release date November 20. 2020
Here is a short piece from the concert:

more info

MARGAZHI 2019
The greatest music festival in the world, the legendary December Season in Chennai, Margazhi, where more than a thousand concerts are held during one month is not happening this year due to Covid 19. But last year, celebrated Swedish sound engineer Maurice Mogard visited India during the 2019 season with us and recorded some of todays greatest performers from North and South.

We are happy to present six full concerts from last year (actually one of them, a lovely Karnatic violin duet was recorded in Stockholmin 2016). These albums are all released on November 19, 2020:

CEX27 Seshampatti Sivalingam: Nagaswaram

CEX28 Mohi Bahauddin DagarAhir Bhairav

CEX29 Sadanand Naimpalliat Aamad Pratishthan

CEX30 Akkarai Sisters: at Narada Gana Sabha

CEX31 Malladi Brothers: at Mylapore Fine Arts

CEX32 Akkarai Sisters: at Royal College of Music, Stockholm Violin duet

The cover photos are from the Descent of the Ganges relief in Mahaballipuram.

all records by Malladi Brothers