TILLANAS

TILLANAS

A tillana is a moderately fast-paced rhythm-centered composition performed towards the end of the concert. Tillanas predominantly contain rhythmic syllables called jathis/solkattus set to a melodic framework. Though Tillanas contain lyrics, they typically appear in the last segment of the Tillana in the charanam. Tillanas are a major feature of dance performances as well.

Learn Tillanas of various styles, composed by diverse set of composers from past to present, taught by Thanjavur Shri Shankara Iyer, Sangeet Samrat Chitravina N Ravikiran and other legendary artists. The following 15 Tillanas are included in this course:

-Tillana - Anandabhairavi - Thanjavur Shankara Iyer
-Tillana - Darbarikanada - Chaturashra Triputa - Veena Sheshanna
-Tillana - Hamsanandi - Adi - GN Balasubramanian
-Tillana - Kuntalavarali - Dr M Balamuralikrishna
-Tillana - Katyayani - Roopakam - Chitravina N Ravikiran
-Tillana - Mandari - Tanjore Quartet
-Tillana - Paras - Patnam Subramanya Iyer
-Tillana - Ravichandrika - Adi - Chitravina N Ravikiran
-Tillana - Shankarabharanam - Adi - Rangaswami Pillai
-Tillana - Surati – Adi - Oottukkadu Venkata Kavi
-Tillana - Yadukulakambhodhi - Khanda Triputa - Poochi Srinivasa Iyengar
-Tillana – Chenchurutti – Adi - Veena Seshanna
-Tillana - Sarasangi - Adi - Chitravina N Ravikiran
-Tillana - Kapi - Adi(Tishra gati) - Chitravina N Ravikiran
-Tillana - Begada - Roopakam - Chitravina N Ravikiran
-Tillana -Vakulabharanam-Adi-Chitravina N Ravikiran (108 Divya Desham)

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TILLANAS