Skip to main content

Narrative Traditions of Karnataka

Various Artists

This selection is drawn from a variety of narrative traditions of Karnataka. These are all roughly called katha, or kathe in plural, and are story narratives performed through recitation and music. They include Burra Katha, Kamsale, Chaudike, Jogi and Tatva. Musically the kathe follow both the Hindustani and Karnatak tune families. Different varieties of leader/follower singing patterns are used to narrate a story.

Track Listing

icon-circle-play
101
Burrakatha:Peethikalu Anjanappa and accompanists 5:46
icon-circle-play
102
Burrakatha : Koluvaya rajanudu Anjanappa and accompanists 3:29
icon-circle-play
103
Chaudike pada-sharanu sharanamma devi Chaudike Subbayya 2:51
icon-circle-play
104
Chaudike pada-sarunayya o rama Chaudike Subbayya and party 7:00
icon-circle-play
105
Chaudike pada-yara ballavare tayi Chaudike Subbayya and party 5:11
icon-circle-play
106
Jogi Kathe- ibbaru hendra kalaga daga Guddappa Jogi and group 1:43
icon-circle-play
107
Jogi Kathe - chinti yatako manuja, bhranti yatako Guddappa Jogi and group 2:34
icon-circle-play
108
Jogi Kathe- ala beda tangi alu beda Guddappa Jogi and group 3:22
icon-circle-play
109
Kamsale pada - amma onna dumbi adu nano Mahadevappa and party 8:28
icon-circle-play
110
Kamsale pada- mangala roti yetti Mahadevappa and party 3:55
icon-circle-play
111
Kamsale pada- ayya modali nimma.. mahadeva Mahadevappa and party 5:22
icon-circle-play
112
Tatva songs - basava baba vasu jaga ninnaya Basappa Swamy 3:24

.