Muthuswamy Dikshitar Krithis

Muthuswamy Dikshitar Krithis

Muthuswamy Dikshitar was one of the greatest composers who was included in the Trinities of Carnatic Music, the other composers being Thyagaraja and Shyama Sastri. His compositions are usually contemplative in nature and of a slower tempo and are sung widely in music concerts. This course contains a selection of the composers masterpieces including the Vara Krithis and other popular compositions. The lessons included in this course are listed on this page. 

Muthuswamy Dikshitar Krithis
  • Brihannayaki- Andhali – Muthuswamy Dikshitar

    Learn the beautiful composition of Muthuswamy Dikshitar, Brihannayaki in raga Andhali set to Adi Tala. This lesson is taught by Shri Chitravina N Ravikiran.

  • Vishalakshim – Kasiramakriya – Muthuswamy Dikshitar

    Learn the beautiful composition of Muthuswamy Dikshitar, Vishalakshim in raga Kasiramakriya set to Mishra Chapu. This lesson is taught by Shri Chitravina N Ravikiran.

  • Smaramyaham - Ramapriya - Muttuswamy Dikshitar

    Sangeet Samrat Chitravina N Ravikiran teaches a composition of Muttuswamy Dikshitar in the raga Ramapriya (or also called Ramamanohari in Dikshitar's school of raga classification,) Smaramyaham, set to rupaka tala.
    You can find the notation here

  • Mahasuram - Shanmukhapriya - Muttuswamy Dikshitar

    Sangeet Samrat Chitravina N Ravikiran teaches the composition Mahasuram, addressed to ketu graha. This is a composition of Muttuswamy Dikshitar in the raga Shanmukhapriya, also known as Chamara, set to Rupaka tala.
    You can find the notation here