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Sacred Songs Of India    Volume  X
Sacred Songs Of India Volume X

Sacred Songs Of India Volume X

by V.K. Subramanian

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multilingual

Publisher

Abhinav Publications

ISBN

8170174449 - Year: 2007 - Pages: 383

Binding

Hardcover

V.K. Subramanian

Author: V.K. Subramanian
Translator(s)/ Edito: V.K. Subramanian
Publisher: Abhinav Publications
Year: 2007
Language: multilingual
Pages: 383
ISBN/UPC (if available): 8170174449

Description

The Sacred Songs Of India Volume Ten, the concluding volume, in the ten-volume series compendium of devotional lyrics of the mystic poet-saint-musicians of India comprises selections from the following:

Ilango Adikal, the famed author of Silappadikaram, who probably lived in the 2nd century A.D., Ramanuja, the Vaishnavite saint who lived in the 11th century A.D., and preached the devotional philosophy of Visishta Advaita, Prativadi Bhayankara Acharya, the little known author of the famous prayer, Venkatesa Suprabhatam, recited daily at the Tirupati temple, Tunjat Exhuttacchan, the well-known poet saint of Kerala, who wrote the Adyatma Ramayana, Tayumanavar, the Saivite saint who lived in the 18th century, as also Aruncala Kavi Rayar, the composer of the Tamil opera Rama Nataka Kirtanas, who also lived in the 18th century, Muthu Tandavar, the Saivite saint, one of the Tamil trinity, also of the 18th century, Ramalinga Swamigal, also known as Vallalar, the mystic social reformer who worshipped god as Effulgent light and preached universal compassion, who lived in the 19th century, Nilakantha Siva, mystic music composer from Kerala, who also lived in the 19th century and Mysore Vasudevachar from Karnataka, of the 20th century, whose mellifluous devotional musical compositions made Rabindranath Tagore confer the title Sangita Kala Kovida on him.

Like the previous volumes, this concluding volume will prove an invaluable repertoire for all artistes in the fields of music, dance, drama and ballet.

Contents

Acknowledgements

Introduction

Songs of Ilango Adikal
(2nd century A.D.)

Songs of Ramanuja
(1017-1137 A.D.)

Songs of Prativadi Bhayankara Acharya
(1361-1454 A.D.)

Songs of Ezhuttacchan
(16th Century A.D.)

Songs o Taymanavar
(1705-1742 A.D.)

Songs of Arunachala Kavi Rayar
(1712-1779 A.D.)

Songs of Muttu Tandavar
(18th Century A.D.)

Songs of Ramalinga Swamigal
(1823-1857 A.D.)

Songs of Neelakantha Sivan
(1839-1900 A.D.)

Songs of Mysore Vasudevachar
(1865-1961 A.D.)

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