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The sparkling native pen
Hamsalekha, the first true-blue Kannadiga lyricist-composer, gave film music a major turn in the Eighties. This highly inventive musician has many firsts to his credit
Book Watch

Top 10 books of the week
Bharatada Swatantra Sangrama by Veer Savarkar, translated by Babu Krishnamurthy, Sri Samudyata Sahitya, Rs.160

H.Y. Sharada Prasadara Kaala Desha by Vishveswara Bhat, Ankita Pustaka, Rs.120

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Cinema

The expected route
That Mungaaru Maley would sweep the awards was a foregone conclusion
Music

The embellished song
Seasoned singer Vidyabhushana captivated his audience
The call of contemplation
Meghana Kulkarni’s music has a poignant sensuousness to it
A treasure unearthed
Little did Anasuya Kulkarni know that she would stumble upon the 130-year-old instrument, Anghklung. She writes about the interesting expedition
Marked with lyricism
Sapthak’s annual music concerts brought together artistes of two different sensibilities
Dance

Fine balance
Both the dance recital and the vocal performance in Mysore, by young performers, were very competent
Tribute

The voice of love
Mohammed Rafi sang for more than four generations of Hindi film heroes and became a symbol of the Indian pluralistic cultural ethos. HE died on July 31, 1981
Events

Percussion festival
Percussive Arts Centre is organising its 26th annual Thaalavaadyotsav which will be one till Sunday. Several eminent scholars, musicians, musicologists and others will be participating in this international percussive arts festival and ...
Monsoon fest
Banyan Tree Events, a cultural organisation is presenting “All India Barkha Ritu Rains and Ragas festival 2007” in five cities across India namely Hyderabad, Pune, Delhi, Bangalore and Mumbai.

The All India monsoon classical ...



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