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Carnatic Vocal Legenda - Sri Chittoor Subramaniam Pillai

Legenda - Sri Chittoor Subramaniam Pillai

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Mahaganapathi

12:19  
45    

Karunajooda

10:11  
24    

Devadi Deva

Artists : Chittoor Subramania Pillai
Composers : Tyagaraja
Lyricists : Tyagaraja
06:16  
83    

Dharshanamu

Artists : Chittoor Subramania Pillai
Composers : Tyagaraja
Lyricists : Tyagaraja
14:57  
42    

Sasivadana

Artists : Chittoor Subramania Pillai
Composers : Tyagaraja
Lyricists : Tyagaraja
04:46  
26    

Arivudayor

09:45  
38    
     

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Comment for song Arivudayor of album 'Legenda - Sri Chittoor Subramaniam Pillai' by Anuradha KrishnanPosted:07 Jan,2013
Ragam Chakravakam.......
Comment for song Sasivadana of album 'Legenda - Sri Chittoor Subramaniam Pillai' by Ambika SomanPosted:22 Mar,2011
Beautiful Krithi
Comment for song Devadi Deva of album 'Legenda - Sri Chittoor Subramaniam Pillai' by GracePosted:01 Mar,2011
A very rare ragam it is ..
raagam: sindu raamakriyaa

Aha How Saint Is pleading Maha deva..
O lord This tyagaraja is pleading for your pada bhakti only .

Dehi Tawa pada bhakti

15 maayamaaLava gowLa janya
Aa: S G3 M1 P D1 N3 S
Av: S N3 P M1 G3 R1 G3 S

Comment for song Sasivadana of album 'Legenda - Sri Chittoor Subramaniam Pillai' by Sridhar BulusuPosted:05 Oct,2010
what a great voice and perfect pronounciations
Comment for song Sasivadana of album 'Legenda - Sri Chittoor Subramaniam Pillai' by T ChithanPosted:08 Jul,2010
Utterly beautiful!
Comment for song Karunajooda of album 'Legenda - Sri Chittoor Subramaniam Pillai' by V.s.natarajanPosted:21 Apr,2010
sri ragam
Comment for song Arivudayor of album 'Legenda - Sri Chittoor Subramaniam Pillai' by Ambika SomanPosted:04 Jan,2010

Nice
Comment for song Dharshanamu of album 'Legenda - Sri Chittoor Subramaniam Pillai' by Shyama PriyaPosted:09 Oct,2009
Thyagaraja came to take darshan of Lord Siva at the temple.

Thyagaraja asks humbly of the Lord, am I qualified, am I deserving to have your darshan? Forgive me for becoming distracted and engrossed with external things such as the beautiful gopuram/spire on the temple, the grand columns, the heavenly vahanas in the various carvings and sculptures depicting the scenes, dances by devadasis in service before the Lord, illumined by rows of lights.

Thyagaraja says, I have performed pradakshina sixteen times but my heart was not pure as my mind was engaged in maligning others, desiring other women. I did not with purity and focus chant the great Siva nama, Siva Siva...........Is it possible to stay focused on the your golden form ? Deeply embed this wonderful form in my mind and situate it like a lotus in my heart so that I can see you always. Worshiping the holy feet of the Lord, Thyagaraja asks humbly - am I deserving enough to behold this sight of you, dear Lord?



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Comment for song Devadi Deva of album 'Legenda - Sri Chittoor Subramaniam Pillai' by Shyama PriyaPosted:09 Oct,2009
Enjoy the deep rich bass voice of this Sangeetha Kalanidhi.

Chitoor Subramania Naidu (later, Pillai) was the disciple of the illustrious Kancheepuram Naina Pillai who fondly conferred on his deserving student the title of "Pillai". The legendary Madurai Somu also belonged to the Naina Pillai school of music.
Comment for song Devadi Deva of album 'Legenda - Sri Chittoor Subramaniam Pillai' by Shyama PriyaPosted:09 Oct,2009
Thyagaraja pays rich tribute to Mahadeva here as he asks for his blessings.

dEvAdi dAva sadAshiva dinanAtha sudhAkara dahana nayana...........The Lord of all, the primeval Lord (adi deva), the ever-auspicious one (sadashiva), the source of nectar (sudhakara), with sun, moon and fire in his three eyes.

dEvEsha pitAmaha mRigya shamAdi guNAbharaNa gaurI ramanNa............Lord of the Devas (Devesha - dev + isha), the original great ancestor (pitamaha), the one who is sought by all (mrigya), the one on whom tranquility and the six virtues repose like Abharnams or jewels (shamadi gunabharnam), the beloved Lord of Gauri (Gauri ramana)

[six virtues are : sadguna - control of mind; dama - control of body; titiksa - a stoical tolerance; samadhana - equanimity and sympathy; uparati - renounced mind; shraddha - situated in strict adherence to shastras]

bhava candrakalAdhara nIlagaLa bhAnukOTi shankAsha shrIsha-nuta
tava pAda bhaktim dEhi dInabandhO darahAsa vadana tyAgarAja-nuta..........Being the Lord wearing the crescent moon on his head (bhava candracalAdhara), the one with the stained blue-throat (nila gala), with the effulgence of myriad suns rising together (sankasha bhanukoti), praised by Vishnu, the consort of Sri Lakshmi (srisha-nuta), I offer my obeisances unto the feet of this Lord (tava pada), please bestow upon me devotion/bhakti (bhaktim dehi), O friend of the meek and humble (dina bandho), O Lord with the gently smiling face( dara hasa vadana), please bless this poet-singer Thyagaraja.