About Tamil Love Songs
The tradition of Tamil love music goes back to the earliest period of Tamil history. Many poems of the Sangam literature, the classical Tamil literature of the early common era, were set to music. There are various references to this ancient musical tradition found in the ancient Sangam books such as Ettuthokai and Pattupattu. The early narrative poem Cilappatikaram, belonging to the post-Sangam period also mentions various forms of music practiced by the Tamil people. Music was also utilised in the compositions of the Tamil Saiva saints such as Appar, Thirugnana Sambanthar and Manikkavasagar during the Hindu revival period between the sixth and the tenth centuries CE. The musical poet (sandakkavi) Arunagirinatharfurther embellished the Tamil musical tradition through his compositions of Tamil hymns known as Thiruppugazh.
Pann, which is the classical music form of Southern India, has a long history in Tamil Nadu. Later the name was mistakenly changed as Carnatic music. Even today Pannisai is sung in temple festivals. Tamil Nadu has produced a number of famous performers, as well as a closely related classical dance form Bharatha Natyam. Chennai hosts a large cultural event, the annual Madras Music Season, which includes performances by hundreds of artists.
In this app all the songs are downloading from server and displayed in a list view. There are two types of list
• Main list
Main list is displayed in first activity, click a song to add into a playlist. Click the icon right hand side top to open playlist the playlist will open and whichever song is selected by the user will be displayed in the list there is a cancel option if user wants to delete a song from the list. To play the song tap that song from playlist and it will start playing in the player screen.
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