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2) Sri Muthuswami Dikshitar: Sri Muthuswami Dikshitar, one of the Classical Trinity, has been
in the world of Carnatic Music for more than a century,as a
a Profound Scholar, a Poet and a Philosopher Musician.
3) Kshetra: Shyama Shastri: "If you would sense the thrill, you have to go to the chapu tala for
it and if you would like to enjoy its maximum effect you would find
it in the compositions of Shyama Shastri", writes the Late T. V.
Subba Rao. he adds that the contribution of Shyama Shastri to
Carnatic music is of the highest order and that his compositions
are replete with the natural pathos and tenderness of a child
crying out to reach its mother.
Shayama Shastri was the oldest of the Trinity of Carnatic music.
he was a contemporary of the other two, Tyagaraja and
Muthuswamy Dikshitar, and was a personal friend of the former.
He was born in Tiruvarur (of Tanjavur district in Tamil Nadu) on
April 26 1762,.....
4) Sri Tyagaraja's Life and Songs Web Page: Sri Tyagaraja, the most celebrated Carnatic Music saint was a
great devotee of Lord Sri Rama. Tyagaraja lived to the full extent
that God realization is best achieved through Nadopasana
(music with devotion). His songs are filled with an intimate
devotion to Rama, all through revealing his deep understanding
of the tenets of the Vedas and Upanishads.
5) tyAgarAja: "On whose art no human hand can improve"
The life and work of Tyagaraja, the bard of Tiruvayyaru, is a
miracle of miracles. For no musician, with exception of
Purandaradasa, revolutionized and gave direction to Indian
music as he did. So creative a musician and saint was he that
he has come to be known as Sri Tyaga Brahmam, which is a
reference not only to his creativity but carries with it a part of his
father's name, Ramabrahmam.