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    Lyrics,queries and meaning - Telugu

    To bring all Telugu compostions posted in this forum and all future requests under one thread we are opening this thread.


    Alphabetical list of compostions:

    http://forumhub.mayyam.com/hub/lyrsort.php?t=8204
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    raama naamamu (thyagaraja)

    Composition 1.

    Composer : thyagaraja
    Ragam: ataana


    raama naamamu janma ratchaka manthramu
    thaamasamu sEyaka bhajimpavE manasaa

    sOmaruNa nEthrudaina raamachandruniki sari evaruraa

    kaamakOti roopa raamachandraa kaamidha phalada raamachandraa
    gnaana swaroopa raamachandraa thyaagaraarjitha raamachandraa


    I heard this sung only by Madhurai Somasundharam. It seems to have disappeared from concerts after his paasing away.
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    Over time we will bring all Telugu composition in this section under this thread or provide links.

    If those who requested lyrics find time to copy and paste the lyrics they requested it will help.

    Please post your requests in this thread.
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    want to know the name of the ragaa..

    Hi all

    i wanted know the ragaa of annamacharya krithis :

    "1.Tolliyunu ma raaju totelaney uugey ghana..sung by

    MS Subbalakshmi garu in one of series of balaji pancharatna mala..
    i thought its ragam kurunji....


    2.Entamatramu nu yevaru talachina...this is also from balaji pacharatna mala..

    thank you
    gayatri

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    gayatri,
    I think 'tolliyunu' is in nilambari and the other in ragamalika. I have to find my LP to verify!
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    seethaa kalyaaNa( unknown)

    Hi

    the follwing is the lyric for sita kalyana vaibhogamey...by priya sisters ...

    sita kalyana vaibhogamey...
    rama kalyana vaibhogamey..

    mudu dosalu mutyalu munchi
    sri rama sita pai talambralu vunchey

    mala lu marchi re mahi pathulu chudu aa
    bala lu andaru gudi chala patalu padaa

    kongu mudu lu nuvesi gongunu vasistu nuu
    ongu biyam nu poshisha chesanuu

    mela aina phala danam thabamulam
    melu ga pogadari bupalu ru apdudu..

    aliveni lotangaa hari yu
    sittamu yu mari bagu chuturii peli panditayu

    talapu musi perulu chadava naadiganpudu
    tala vanchi sitamaa sriramudu anenuu

    maguva ku taginatu purushudu palike
    thaganu bhupathaulu tala uupiadapu

    idarini kudichana srutikartha nu pudu
    budhimanthulu ani pogadari andaru nu

    mangala harthulu mari yethaganu
    ponguchu vanithulu anadamu tho

    sitaa kalyanaa vaibhogamey
    rama kalyana vaibhogamey

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    Thanks, thanks, thanks....

    Hi Mr.Rajraj & Gayathri,

    The above words are not enough for taking pain to post my long time requests. I am really glad to note them down.

    Sincerely appreciate yr favor.

    Thanks and Regards.

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    I read somewhere (probably some article by VAK Rangarao)that Rallapalli Ananthakrishna Sarma tuned many of the annamacharya kirtanas?). Is there a list somewhere of which composer tuned which song? Thanks.
    Swarup

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    Hi gaddeswarup garu

    there are lot of artists involved in composing music for annmaya krithis..
    (there is a trust in tirupathi, which is now headed by Dr G balakrishna prasad involved in composing rare numbers)

    here are few artists i know...
    Dr balamuralikrishna, Dr nedunuri Krishnamoorty, Dr G balakrishna prasad, sripada pinakini...

    i know few krithis composed by them i can go ahead and post them if you are interested...

    (can you elaborate on article you read on Ralapalli ananthakrishna sarma.. garu can you please share any krithis composed by him...)


    thanks
    gayatri

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    First a disclaimer. I know very little about classical music though I seem to enjoy some of it. Some time ago, I started remembering two books by Sri Rallapalli Ananthakrishna Sarma that I read in the fifties and started googling. The information I found about Tallapaka came out of this. I enclose this below; the first link is not working. Recently, somebody in a Telugu site Racchabanda started enquiring about the composers for Annamacharya songs and I remembered the Hub discussion and hence the query. Here is the information I had.
    From http://www.sruti.com/sepoct2k/sepntbk.htm
    written by V.A.K.Ranga Rao

    "All the Annamayya songs sung by M.S. Subbulakshmi were tuned by
    contemporary musicians: Rallapalli Ananthakrishna Sarma, Nedunuri
    Krishnamurthy, Kadayanallur Venkataraman, et hoc. But their names were omitted by the TTD and the Gramophone Company of India, thus misleading the public into thinking that the music too was composed by Annamayya. This resulted in the loss of at least a crore of rupees which the tunesmiths would have received from whoever played recordings of their work publicly. There is a Society to look after these amounts and collect them on behalf of the creators (singer, lyric writer and composer) only if their names are mentioned."
    From http://www.new.dli.ernet.in/data/upl...T/00000013.txt

    "The rich legacy he left behind was practically unknown to the music world until 1949 when a group of archeologists and scholars discovered a collection of copper plates on which the composer engraved his songs from a small chamber in Lord Venkateswara Temple at Tirumala. Later, Sarvasri Veturi Prabhakara Sastri, Rallapalli Ananthakrishna Sarma and many others made an exhaustive study of his compositions and set them to music."
    If there is any information I will pass it on to that person (Padmaja I think) in the RB group. I am not member of that group but visit the site once in a while.

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