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Updated: June 7, 2012 16:27 IST

Recognition for violinist’s venture

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A. Kanyakumari
A. Kanyakumari

Violin exponent, A. Kanyakumari, has earned mention in the India Book of Records for her effort to capture highlights of a cricket match, the modern version in particular, through classical music. The ‘Carnatic Violin Symphony’ wins accolades for the novel venture that underlines a century, catch, four, sixer, wicket fall, etc., through strains on the violin, the artist employing different ragas to define the moments.

“This is a really great achievement and unique speciality in itself, that a lady, known for her ensembles and non-stop playing, holds such a great talent… India Book of Records takes pleasure in felicitating the unique initiative of this personality,” says a press release. It may be recalled that Friday Review (March 9) published an article on Kanyakumari’s effort with inputs from various musicians. For details log into www.indiabookofrecords.in, www.asiabookofrecords.com

“I had read in a newspaper about the India Book of Records. ‘Carnatic Violin Symphony’ was a novel venture but cannot be categorised as a performance. Anyway, I went ahead and sent the DVD with my biodata. It is a pleasant surprise,” says Kanyakumari.

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