Bharat Sundar | Tillana in Raga Behag
Filmed on location • 7m 6s
Young Carnatic vocalist Bharat Sundar sings Behag, a raga imported from Hindustani Music. It is popular for tukda (‘little pieces’) and other lighter songs.
Bharat Sundar is a young Carnatic vocalist. He first studied under Gayathri Mahesh, and became the first winner of Jaya TV’s Carnatic Music Idol. Today he studies under PS Narayanaswamy, balancing a rigorous practice schedule with touring and teaching in his own right.
Recorded by Darbar in 2017, on location in Tamil Nadu:
-Bharat Sundar (Carnatic vocal and tanpura)
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