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Launch of K.K's of Single Note Song

Friday, June 21, 2013

There are seven notes in Indian music and they will be used in composing a song. Legend Balamurali Krishna has composed a song with only four notes (Sa ri ga ma) and Ilayaraja has composed the song with only three notes (Sa re ga). And now, Kishan Kawadiya (K.K.) has created sensation by composing a song with a single note.

The directors association has found this unique achievement and so as to take it into the people, they have launched the song in Hyderabad.

Maddineni Ramesh, Thammareddy Bharadwaja, Ashok Kumar, Sagar, R.P.Patnaik, Ganta Nageswara Rao, Chinthapudi Venkat, Kishan Kawadiya  and lyricist Satyamuni have attended the launch.

R.P.Patnaik said," This is definitely a song done in single note and we have been revealing after a detailed observation. This is an experiment done for the first time in the world. Minimum three notes are required for composing a song and it is great that he has done in one note. This may be recorded in the Guiness book".

All the others have praised Kishan Kawadia on his one of it's kind work


























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