T. H. Subash Chandran

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Thetakudi Harihara Subash Chandran is a Carnatic (South Indian classical) percussion teacher. His students include top percussionists such as V. Selvaganesh (kanjira), N. Ramakrishnana (mridangam), Ganesh Kumar (kanjira). Shri Subash Chandran is "perhaps the greatest modern day exponent of" the "close to obsolete" art of konnakol (vocal percussion) [1], and an accomplished player of the ghatam. He also performs on the mridangam, kanjira, and morsing. He is one of the few remaining exponents of konnakol or solkattu, the art of producing percussion music through one's vocal cords.

He has released the first instructional DVD for ghatam and konnakol in 2007.

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