Indian Bhavageete Artists, since the long gone past music in India, stands as an emblem of the finer attributes of life that alone has well illustrated the unaltered realities of life with its concord and timber. Bhavageete, reckoned as one of the particular forms of "Expressionist Poetry", has offered Indian music that divine dimension to further unify it with the rich aura of Indian philosophy. Hinduism in the truest sense of the term therefore gains an utterance in Bhavageete. The devotional aspect of Indian philosophy and of course Hinduism, hence crafted this genre of Indian music as a bridge to connect the high and low, with its musical and literary expression. Spontaneous ness, religiousness and rustic emotion acquire a classical vocalization in Bhavageete whilst making it to stand out with colossal pride.
The Bhavageete artists have further redefined this particular genre of music with a sheer finesse and elude. While Kannada Bhavageete artists in a usual manner draws their subjects from modern Kannada poetry, the Marathi Bhavageete artists draws the subject matter from Marathi language poetry.
Some popular Kannada Bhavageete singers with whom the genre has been established are, Pandeshwara Kalinga Rao and Sugama Sangeetha singer who was regarded as the "Monarch of light music in Kannada".
Mysore Ananthaswamy --- The unique identity that Mysore Ananthaswamy has established through his composition is that he can cognizance the essence of the poem.
C. Ashwath --- Most of the compositions that he made for theatre music are mainly inspired by folk music.
Balappa Hukkeri --- The outstanding contribution that he has done to the world of music is that it is through him the Sugama Sangeetha became popularized in North Karnataka.
Archana Udupa --- Apart from being a dedicated student of music, Archana Udupa has also obtained a degree in journlism.
Raju Ananthaswamy --- He has established himself as a highly accomplished music director, composer, and singer of Sugam Sangeet in Karnataka who has been ruling the music world for over 15 years.
(Last Updated on : 22-10-2013)
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