Pacchimiriam Adiyappa, Indian Classical Musician
Pacchimiriam Adiyappa, court musician, who mainly composed his music in Telugu language.
(Last Updated on : 30-03-2015)
Pacchimiriam Adiyappa a renowned court musician at the Maratha kingdom of the Thanjavur
in the 18th century. He was a well-known composer of Carnatic Music
. Some of his celebrated disciples were Syama Sastri, one of the Trinity of Carnatic composers, and Ghanam Krishna Iyer. His compositions are in the Telugu language
Pacchimiriam Adiyappa's most famous composition is the varnam Viriboni in Bhairavi ragam.
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