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Andhra Pradesh is a state of rich musical culture and heritage. This state is a home of 3 prodigies of trinity of music named Muthuswami Dixitar, Shyama Sastri, and Thyagaraja. The Carnatic music was spiritualized by the language Telugu of the state of Andhra Pradesh. The composers of the Carnatic music were Bhadrachala Ramadas, Kshetrayya, and Annamacharya. The motivation of the Carnatic music is derived from the God.
The Carnatic music also gives origin to the folk music. This form of music learnt the details of music with varieties of composition. There were different performances with every composition. The main essentials of the Carnatic musical composition is the element and “what is suggested” in the music. The knowledge of the composer and persona were described through this Carnatic music and the language also plays an important part in composition.
The South part of the India is mostly influenced with the Carnatic music. The origination of this classical music is from ancient tradition of Hindu with sub-genres numbered in 2 and the Hindustani music is the second sub-genre. This form of music is derived from the Islamic and Persian influence in the northern part of India. The main factor of the Carnatic music is the vocal music and the varieties of written compositions were sung with the instrument and the style emerged is the style of gayaki.
The composition of Carnatic and Hindustani music includes the elements of swara (single note musical sound, sruti (the pitch of music), tala (the cycle of rhythm), and raga (the melodic mode) that makes the differences in various styles. The music of Carnatic is sung with different compositions with the kriti that derived with the help of composers like Purandara Dasa and music trinity of Carnatic in the 14th and 20th century. With the help of compositions, the Carnatic music can be learnt.