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Indian Carnatic Musicians have structured numerous compositions in the different ragas and handed down through generations of disciples. These compositions are extremely popular, with a strong accent on rhythm and lively melodic patterns.
is considered one of the oldest systems of music
in the world which is filled with emotion and the spirit of improvisation and also contains a scientific approach. Purandara Dasa
is known as the Father of Carnatic Music. Three saint composers of the 19th century, Tyagaraja
, Muthuswami Dikshitar
and Syama Sastri
, have composed thousands of songs that remain favourites among musicians and audiences. Other eminent Indian Carnatic Musicians are as follows;
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