Mysore Sadāśiva Rāo

(c. 1800)

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(b. ?, c. 1800; d. Mysore, 1885) Well-known vocalist and composer.

He was in the durbar of the Mysore Maharaja Kriṣhṇarāja Woḍeyār III.

He belonged to a Marathi-speaking Brahmin family ...

Subjects: Indian Music.

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