Ghanam Krishna Iyer
Ghanam Krishna Iyer (1790–1854) was a composer of Carnatic music and was famous for his padams. Padams are expressive songs of three of more stanzas, used generally as an accompaniment to classical dance. Krishna Iyer was a student of the famous composer, Pacchimiriam Adiyappa. He was also influenced by Saint Tyagaraja and Gopalakrishna Bharathi. The title Ghanam, which associated with music means 'deep' or 'grand', relates to his style of singing.
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