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Margazhi Conversation: Jayanthi Kumaresh


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A vocal concert owes its fullness to instruments. For those who want to lose themselves in the art, rather than be transported by the lyrics, there is instrumental music, says vainika Jayanthi Kumaresh, in a conversation with Dharma Raman.


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