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Call of Bangalore

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  • Audio CD (15 July 2013)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Riverboat
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  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars 1 customer review
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Explore the beauty of Jyotsna Srikanth's South Indian violin on this sensitively crafted collection of Carnatic music. Adept at playing in many styles, Jyotsna's elastic approach imbues her classical playing with a fresh energy that summons listeners to discover the elegant musical traditions of her home; this is her 'Call of Bangalore'.

Carnatic music from the south of India is renowned for its naturally melodic form. Jyotsna Srikanth's music is woven through with this aesthetic; her artful violin soars in gayaki style (as if sung), punctuated by percussionists Patri Satish Kumar and N. Amruth on mridangam (double-sided drum) and khanjira (clay pot) respectively.

Jyotsna hails from Bangalore, the capital of the state of Karnataka. Her music, like her home city, is full of eclecticism and revelling in the collision of old and new. On this album Jyotsna concentrates on a collection of Carnatic classical music showcasing works by some of its greatest composers. Yet via a host of other projects, Jyotsna is equally as likely to be found jamming with her fiddle in free jazz, folk fusion or even rock forms.


(4 stars) Srikanth is an extraordinary and versatile violinist...There are gently drifting passages, flurries of rapid-fire playing as she playfully improvises around different themes, and bursts of exhilarating interplay with her percussionists on the virtuoso 40-minute workout Brovabarama. --The Guardian, (Robin Denselow), July 19, 2013

(4 stars) Some tracks, such as Annapoorne, are short - a classic piece by Muttuswami Dikshitar, a contemporary of Beethoven. Others, like the 40-minute Brovabarama, full of delicate ornamentation, seem to make time stand still. --Evening Standard, (Simon Broughton), July 5, 2013

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