Vocal : Sri Palakkad K S Narayanaswamy
Vocal Support : Smt Ramani Narayanaswamy
Violin : Annapoorni Subrahmaniam
Mrudangam : Vadiraj Bhat
01 intha chAlamu (varNam) – bEgaDa – Veena Kuppaiyer ( O )
02 vAtApi gaNapatim – hamsadhwani – Muthuswami Dikshitar ( A,S )
03 nAda sudhA rasambilanu – Arabhi – Thyagaraja ( A,N,S )
neraval & swara @ ‘svara mUlArunnokaTi ghaNTalu’
04 pAhimAm sri rAja rAjEshwari – janaranjani – Maha Vaidyanatha Iyer
05 kanda jUDumi – vAchaspati – Thyagaraja ( A,N,S,T)
neraval & swara @’ alanADu saumitri pAda sEva celarEgi sEyu’
06 slokam (gajAnanam bhUtaganAdi ) – rAgamAlika ( Ananda bhairavi , vasanta , kApi)
mAyA gOpa bAla – kApi – ??
07 thillAna ( dhim tanaNa) – brindAvani ??
08 kAnthanODu chennu melle ( padam)- nIlAmbari – Swathi Thirunal
09 mangaLam – saurAshtram – Thyagaraja ( followed by madhyamAvathi sketch)
This was not done in a concert setting. Part of the Ganesha festival by a resident association, conducted in their premises in a small hall to a few audience. A very serene environment, with nothing to disturb ( barring noises of few kids playing in the playground), with no aritifical amplification, it was a clear and pristine music. Sri K S Narayanaswamy, a desciple of Sri Semmangudi Srinivasa Iyer, presented a music, which is classical in its true sense. His alapana of Arabhi and Vachaspati , the swara kalpana and the traditional way of singing the krithis all had the authenticity behind. This is the kind of music to be preserved and taught to students. Vadiraj Bhat did give an excellent support to the vidwan lifting the overall experience of the concert.