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Who is L. Subramaniam?
L. Subramaniam: Dr. Lakshminarayana Subramaniam is an acclaimed Indian violinist, composer and conductor, trained in the classical Carnatic music tradition and Western classical music, and renowned for his virtuoso playing techniques and compositions in orchestral fusion.
- also known as Dr. L. Subramaniam; Subramaniam, L.; L. Subraminiam; Dr. Lakshminarayana Subramaniam; Subramaniam Lakshminarayana; Lakshminarayana Subramaniam
- born on (68 years ago) in Chennai, child of V. Lakshminarayana and Seethalakshmi
- ethnicity: Tamil
- nationality: India
- education: Madras Medical College
- profession: Record producer, conductor, teacher, composer, multi-instrumentalist, violinist, film score composer
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- genres: Classical music, Jazz, Fusion, Carnatic music, World music, Jazz fusion
- albums: "Karnatic Violin", "Masters of Raga: Shree Priya", "Salaam Bombay", "The Irresistible Dr. L. Subramaniam", "Indian Express Mani & Co.", "Meetings", "L. Subramaniam en Concert", "Spanish Wave", "Sangeet Sangam, Volume 2", "Expressions of Impressions", "Free Your Mind", "Tala Vadya", "The Southern Sky", "Global Fusion", "India's Master Musicians", "Duet", "From the Ashes", "Blossom"
- filmography: "Lakshminarayana Global Music Festival: L. Subramaniam, Pandit Jasraj & Kavita Krishnamurthy"
- film directed: Lakshminarayana Global Music Festival: L. Subramaniam, Pandit Jasraj & Kavita Krishnamurthy
- official website: www.indianviolin.com
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by S. Torriano Berry, Venise T. Berry
Music: L. Subramaniam. MISS MELODY JONES. 1973. (PG) 86 min.
by Ronald H. Bayor
At the “high culture” end, examples of fusion music in the United States include Carnatic violin virtuosos L. Subramaniam and L. Shankar playing with Western musicians, or ragas (North Indian instrumental music) and ghazals (Urdu love songs, poems) combining Western instruments, for example the saxophone, and voice. These experiments and interactions are often truly transnational and not just American, and they include such striking examples as Pakistan's qawwali singer ...
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