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Who was most eminant flute palyer in 60s in chennai

Asked by Dinesh C S, 19 May '09 07:18 pm
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T.R. Mahalingam. N. Ramani is his famous disciple.
Answered by Muktha Radhakrishnan, 20 May '09 02:40 pm

 
  
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Ustaad Zakir Husain, who has won a Grammy nomination in the Best Contemporary World Music, finds it \"incredibly exciting\'\' that

A R Rahman has got
Oscar nominations. \"I am proud of Rahman.
He is one of us and has gone and done us proud. He has consistently proved that he is a genius,\'\' said Husain.

About his own nomination for Grammy, he was much more modest: \"It is just a nomination.\'\' Husain, currently preparing for a concert in honour of his father Ustad Allahrakha Khan\'s ninth death anniversary on February 3, said: \"A number of musicians, like Charles Lloyd, Eric Harland and Louis Banks, will be participating. It will begin at 6am in the morning with eminent flute players like Rakesh Chaurasia, Ranjit Barot and sitar player Niladari Kumar.\'\'
Answered by jameel ahmed, 21 May '09 04:48 pm

 
  
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T.R. Mahalingam
Answered by Manju Sikri, 23 May '09 11:25 am

 
  
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The choice to do that is yours sir,. no one can stop u from calling such a person as music expert..more

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