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Title Name: Maithreem Bhajatha - Audio Cd
Title Code : CDMM11
Artists: Dr. Radha Bhaskar
Price: Rs. 100/-
About the CD :

Maithreem Bhajatha
Devotional Songs & Bhajans

Live Concert held on 14th April 2005 at Chennai under the auspices of Mudhra & Brahma Gana Sabha

Tracks :
Kamakshi Thaimadiyil 4:16
Thotakashtakam 5:16
Suklambaradaram 2:24
Brahmamokate 5:20
Unadu Namam 1:56
Jaya jaya devi 2:45
Namana karoon 2:28
Dhimitha dhimitha 3:47
Jaya jaya jagavandhini 2:43
Ramakrishna hari 2:42
Rama nama 2:25
Aranumagi 3:07
Prema mudhita 2:12
Veera maruthi 1:54
Jaya jaya guru deva 4:56
Maithreem bhajatha 3:25
Mass Singing for Global Peace : One of the highly acclaimed and successful programme of Mudhra was a spectacular mass singing of bhajans, devotional and patriotic songs by about 5000 children, held on 2nd October 2004 at Madras University Centenary Auditorium in the presence of His Excellency Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam. About 500 school teachers were also part of this event. The singers were led by Dr.Radha Bhaskar and a huge orchestra. This cultural panorama was a great opportunity for many schools to get together through the medium of music.

The songs rendered during the mass singing in 2004 was recorded in a studio well before the programme, where Dr.Radha Bhaskar sung 16 songs with children and this CD has been circulated to 100 schools to train the students for the programme. At present these songs are titled "Maithreem Bhajatha" and available in major audio outlets.

Dr.Radha Bhaskar is a rare combination of a vocal musician, musicologist, journalist and cultural organizer. She is a disciple of Padma Bhooshan Sri.P.S.Narayanaswamy and has performed many concerts all over India.

Radha holds a doctorate degree in music for her thesis- "Karnatic Music Concerts - an analytical study." She has been sharing her music knowledge and experiece by conducting special "Music Appreciation Programmes" to enlighten rasikas about the nuances of Indian Classical music. She had the rare privilege of conducting a spectacular group singing programme by 5,000 school children from about 100 schools in October 2004 in the presence of the former President of India, His Excellency Dr.A.P.J.Abdul Kalam. Radha is presently the Editor of the prestigious art magazine Samudhra (a magazine for music, dance, drama), which has carved a niche for itself in the fine arts field.

Dr.Radha has over fifteen years of experience as an organizer and administrator. She is the Treasurer of the unique cultural organization Mudhra, noted for its novel and purposeful programmes. Dr.Radha has the honour of being a Member of the Board of Studies of Indian Music in the University of Madras and Annamalai University, Chidambaram.