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L. Subramaniam - Discography [20 Albums] (1978-2006) (LOSSLESS & MP3)

30-12-2015, 19:14
Jazz | Classical Music | Discography | FLAC / APE

Title: Discography
Year Of Release: 1978-2006
Genre: Classical, Carnatic, Jazz Fusion, Indo Jazz, World Fusion, Western music
Quality: FLAC (Image+.cue, Tracks)/MP3 320 kbps
Total Time: 20 Albums
Total Size: 5,9 Gb/3 Gb

Dr. Lakshminarayana Subramaniam (born 23 July 1947) is an acclaimed Indian violinist, composer and conductor, trained in the classical Carnatic music tradition and Western classical music, and renowned for his virtuoso playing techniques and compositions in orchestral fusion.

L. Subramaniam, India’s violin icon, “The Paganini of Indian Classical music”, “the God of Indian Violin” is the serenity of an Indian musician combined with the magnetism of a western star. Constantly propelled from Singapore to Paris, from Delhi to Los Angeles, he has conquered every audience with the elegance and virtuosity of his style.

L. Subramaniam - Discography [20 Albums] (1978-2006) (LOSSLESS & MP3)

His career as a childhood prodigy brought him into contact with the greatest musicians and he soon imposed himself as a master of the violin. At a very young age, he was honoured with the title “Violin Chakravarthy” (emperor of the violin). No other musician can boast of such diverse repertoire and collaborations, or even such mind-boggling techniques. Till date, Dr. Subramaniam has produced, performed, collaborated, conducted and close to two hundred recordings.

Dr. L. Subramaniam is the only musician who has performed and recorded South Indian Classical Music, Western Classical Music, both Orchestral and non-Orchestral, and also composed for and conducted major orchestras, scored for films, collaborated with a wide range of some of the greatest musicians, from different genres of music including jazz, occidental, jugalbandis with North Indian musicians, world music and global fusion. He has established himself as a force that is strongly Indian, but universal in nature and approach.

His insatiable musical curiosity made short shrift of all kinds of technique, of all types of form (he has composed for several western classical orchestras and ballets) and of all new experiences (he was a musical advisor to Peter Brook about the sound concepts for his “Mahabharata”). He has composed music for a select few films, including “Salaam Bombay” and “Mississippi Masala” and was the featured soloist for Bernardo Bertolucci’s “Little Buddha” and “Cotton Mary” of Merchant – Ivory Productions. This total receptivity towards the world, this polymorphous talent, this technical mastery all however find their truest experience in the service of Karnatic music, the tradition he has inherited from his Father and Guru, Professor V. Lakshminarayana. Dr. L. Subramaniam’s parents Prof. V. Lakshminaryana and V. Seethalakshmi were the driving force behind their son and the reason he chose a life in music.

Passionate about music, Subramaniam was also dedicated to science. He studied medicine, finishing his MBBS at Madras Medical College and registered as a General Practitioner. Subsequently he did his Master’s Degree in Western Classical Music in California and he finally decided to dedicate his life to music. From then on, his artistic activity was to spread in many directions. No one else is as qualified as Dr. L. Subramaniam to experiment with new concepts and different ideas because of his stable foundation in Karnatic Classical, Western Music, Orchestration and rhythm. He is the creator of the Global Music concept.

1978 - L. Subramaniam - Garland
1979 - L. Subramaniam - Fantasy Without Limits
1981 - L. Subramaniam - Blossom
1982 - L. Subramaniam & Ali Akbar Khan - Raga Jog - Sangeet Sangam Vol. 6
1983 - L. Subramaniam - Spanish Wave
1984,1986 - L. Subramaniam - Indian Express - Mani & Co
1984 - L. Subramaniam & Stephane Grappelli - Conversations
1985 - L. Subramaniam - En Concert
1985 - L. Subramaniam - Expressions of Impressions
1988 - L. Subramaniam - Subramaniam in Moscow
1990 - L.Subramaniam - An Anthology of South Indian Classical Music (4CD)
1991 - Dr. L. Subramaniam & Ustad Bismillah Khan - Sangeet Sangam Vol. 5 - Live In Geneva
1991 - L. Subramaniam - Three Ragas for Solo Violin
1993 - L. Subramaniam & Alla Rakha In Concert
1995 - L. Subramaniam & Larry Coryell - From the Ashes
1996 - L. Subramaniam - Beyond
1999 - L. Subramaniam - Global Fusion
2003 - L.Subramaniam, L.Shankar & L.Vaidyanathan - The Violin Trio
2004 - L. Subramaniam & Amjad Ali Khan - Sangeet Sangam Vol.1
2006 - Dr. L. Subramaniam & Ustad Rais Khan - A Meeting Of Melodies - Sangeet Sangam Vol. 4 - Live

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