Bapu Padmanabha

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Bapu Padmanabha

Born: 18 November 1978

  • He, also known as Bapu Flute, is a musician and composer who performs Hindustani classical music on his bansuri, a type of bamboo flute.
  • He was born on 18 November 1978 in Harihar which is in Davanagere District of Karnataka state in India.
  • Adept in Hindustani Classical Music, Mantra Chantings, New Age, Film Score, Ambient Music, and World Music, Bapu is noted for composing music for the National Award Winner film Allama and Bapu’s love for experimenting with Mantra sounds.
  • He used Carnatic, Hindustani and Lounge music as the tools of expression for Allama Prabhu’s Vachanas.
  • His soft and restrained musical style has varied meditative albums to his credit.
  • A Music C.D. entitled Music as Therapy by Bapu Padmanabha of Harihar, Karnataka State was released by External Affairs Government of India in order to acquaint foreign cultural delegates with Indian classical music.

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