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  1. swaraveenapani
    February 24th, 2014 @ 11:16 pm

    hi siir h r u? i was very thrilling while i was studying about 72 indian scales and other issues.this is swsaraveenapani, film music composer, india,recently i composed a song of 6 and half mnts in 72 melakartha ragas .if u r intrested i would like to share it . if time permits u , i welcome u to play guitar for this song.thank you .
    warm regards
    swaraveenapani
    music student ever