Times Music Acquires the Rights of Sangeetha, the Master Recording Company

Friday, 10 August 2018, 22:28 IST
By SiliconIndia

Times Music attains the rights of music cards of the master recording company & first licensed company to produce pre-recorded audio cassettes in South India, Sangeetha. This acquisition will enable people to access to over 2000 albums, including music from nearly 400 Kannada films, anenormous collection of Carnatic Classical-Vocal, Instrumental, Dance music, Non-Film songs, Folk Music & Devotional songs, in all foremost South Indian languages & Sanskrit. With this acquisition,Times Music magnifies its content catalogue &serves a broader audience base.

Commenting on the acquisition, Mandar Thakur, COO, Times Music says, “Times Music has been one of the undisputed leaders in the regional music space and with this arrangement to release music cards of Sangeetha, we are further consolidating that position. We are really honoured to be associated with Sangeetha Music.”

While H.M. Shrikrishna, head of Sangeetha Music, says, “Times Music is one of the reputed music companies of India. Collaborating with them will help our albums reach our music lovers worldwide in the physical format.”

Sangeetha Music is known for offering many critically celebrated& chart-topping songs sung and played by some of the top artists (Carnatic Vocal, Carnatic Instrumental, Devotional Songs), of the South Indian Music industry, like Dr. M. Balamuralikrishna, Dr. M.L. Vasanthakumari, Mandolin – U. Srinivas, KadriGopalnath, Sikkil Sisters, T.N. Seshagopalan, Hyderabad Brothers, Swami HaridhosGiriGuruji, Lalgudi G. Jayaraman, T.V. Gopalakrishnan, M. S. Gopalakrishnan, E. Gaayathri, KunnakkudiVaidyanathan, Bombay Sisters, P. Susheela & VennaChittibabu along with  music from Dr.Rajkumar’s films & devotional albums.

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