India Times: Digital archive brings rare Carnatic compositions to life

India Times: Digital archive brings rare Carnatic compositions to life. “Thanks to [KM] Soundaryavalli’s great granddaughter Bhargavi Raman, a lawyer and musician, students and lovers of Carnatic music will now have access to her 500 original compositions in Tamil, Telugu and Sanskrit via a digital archive … Born in 1914, KM Soundaryavalli is one of the few women composers of Carnatic music, a tribe that never got its due recognition during its time.” If you’d like a bit more information on Carnatic music, you can get an overview here.

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