Amar Singhs Reign Brings Transformation of Carnatic Music

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Amar Singhs Reign Brings Transformation of Carnatic Music
During the reign of Amar Singh (1787 - 1798) in southern India, three Brahmin musicians reformed the art of Carnatic music, and established a new heritage for future generations of southern Indian musicians. Their names were Tyagaraja (1767-1847), Muttusvami Diksitar (1775-1835) and Syama Sastri (1762-1827).