1. Vanthisuve � Nattai � Kandachapu � Purandarados
2. Marugelara � Jayanthasri � Adi � Sri Thyagaraja
3. Palimpa � Arabhi � Adi (Tisranadai) - Pallavi Seshayyam
4. Madava Mamava - Neelambari � Adi � Narayanatheerthar
5. Vararagalaya � Chenchu Kamboji � Adi � Thyagaraja
6. Srinivasa � Karaharapriya � Rupakam � Papanasam Sivan
7. Marati Abang � Misra Marubehag � Ekam - Namadev
Born into a family of singers, this supreme classical Indian carnatic vocalist was eventually known as MLV, an acronym standing for melody, laya and vidwat, three essential Components of her, and hopefully anyone else�s music (Loosely translated, that�s melody, rhythmic variation, and depth of feeling). She was one of a select triad of female vocalists who pushed the envelope in a male-deminated culture, not only earning the right to perform on concert stages instead of only at private parties, but also being allowed to develop and demonstrate the ability to perform extended serious pieces from a variety of classical disciplines. Her associate female liberators were the vocalists D.K.Pattammal and M.S.Subbulakshmi. Vasanthakumari�s mother was the concert performer Lalithangi.
Sudha has a golden touch in her voice which enthralls her listeners from all over the globe. There is tantalizing mystery behind that cherubic smile. Her deep relish for tradition and mystical old-world charm is supremely addictive. Her foundation in the world of music was laid at a young age. Her mother Smt.Choodamani groomed her at a very early period before the onus to nurture her music fell upon Vidwan Sri.B.V.Lakshman.