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Bharatanatyam : How to... : Complete Dance Units (Adavus) Rendered with Syllables, Carnatic Notes and Instruments (CD)

Jayalakshmi Eshwar (Author)
Synopsis CD I. 1. Slokam (prayer). 2. Tattadavu. 3. Nattadavu. 4. Ta Tai Tai Ta. 5. Kuditu Mettu Adavus. 6. Taiya Taiyi. 7. Tat Tai Ta Ha. 8. Tat Tai Tam. CD II. 1. Tai Tai Tat Ta. 2. Paaichal Adavu. 3. Mandi Adavu. 4. Teermana Adavu. 5. Thati Mettu and Tadh Dhit Ta. 6. Korvai, Jathi. 7. Slokam Guru Brahma. This compilation can also be used in conjunction with the instructional book.
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About the author

Jayalakshmi Eshwar

Jayalakshmi Eshwar is the Founder-Director of Abhinayaa. She trained in the celebrated Kalakshetra of late Smt. Rukmini Devi Arundale in Chennai, where she imbibed the catholicity and flair of the Kalakshetra tradition. Today, she is a leading exponent of Bharatanatyam. Her style is modern and innovative within a classical framework. An excellent performer, teacher and choreographer, she has performed at various national and international festivals, and to audiences in India, Scandinavia, Europe, CIS Countries, Gulf nations, Latin America, Canada, USA, China, Indonesia, North Korea, Singapore and Malaysia. Her thematic group productions Tat Tvam Asi, Bharatam, Vyamanika Shastra, Nrityarupam, Nadopasana, Snow White and Seven Dwarfs, Bhaktamara Stothra on Jainism, and others have won her great acclaim. She heads the Bharatanatyam Department of Triveni Kala Sangam, a premier institution for the fine arts in New Delhi. She is involved in dance instruction with Suniye, an organization that helps hearing impaired children. She has developed a TV documentary for rural children, produced by CIET and supported by the National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT). She also works with the Center for Cultural Resources and Training (CCRT), Bal Bhavan and the India International Rural Cultural Centre. She has been a visiting faculty in 25 schools in Scotland under the invitation of the Asian Artists Association and the Strathclyde Educational Council. Her interest in other dance forms has led her to learn and perform Odissi under Guru Kelucharan Mohapatra, Mayadar Raut and Ramani Ranjan Jena. She has also enacted the role of a Tanjore Dancer in the National Award Winning Kannada Film Hamsa Geethe of G.V. Iyer. Cultural organizations have conferred titles such as Natya Kala Selvi, Natya Kala Nayaki and Natya Ilavarasi on Jayalakshmi. She was given the Lion's Club of Delhi Teachers Excellence Award 2001.

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Title Bharatanatyam : How to... : Complete Dance Units (Adavus) Rendered with Syllables, Carnatic Notes and Instruments (CD)
Format Hardcover
Date published: 14.11.2007
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English