Radha JayaLakshmi: Ragadeepam CD Track Listing
Thyagaraja Pancharatna Krithis
This classical cd contains 5 tracks and runs 56min 18sec.
Tags: music songs tracks classical Carnatic
- Radha JayaLakshmi - Jagadandakaraka (10:53)
In this song, Tyagaraja praises his lord Ramachandra. He eulogizes Ramachandra as one who is the cause of all bliss in the universe. This is the only pancharatna kriti that was composed in Sanskrit. All the other kritis have been composed in Telugu which
- Radha JayaLakshmi - Dudukugala (09:49)
In this second pancharatna kriti, Tyagaraja lists all the errors he has committed in his life and asks who but Rama would redeem such a sinner. Many of these so-called sins continue to bedevil the human race today and the message of Tyagaraja is therefore
- Radha JayaLakshmi - Sadhinchene (09:03)
This pancharathna krithi has been well set on the easiest of ragas, Arabhi. This Krithi has been carved out in a language full of liberty, teasing tone, metaphor and simile without having a surfeit of adjectives - all the while arresting the attention of
- Radha JayaLakshmi - Kanakanaruchira (13:12)
This is the least sung or played of the five pancharatna krities, but it is considered by some to be the most haunting and beautiful. It consists of the story of Dhriva and draws analogies to the Ramayana. Because of a superstition that if a student is ta
- Radha JayaLakshmi - Endaro Mahanubhavulu (13:16)
In this poem, Thyagaraja described the greatness of the devotees through the ages. He pays his salutations to the great men who live in all the ages.