Topic started by Sripathy Ramesh (@ 184.108.40.206) on Thu Mar 18 03:52:02 EST 2004.
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Why do film songs carry a standard pattern - prelude, pallavi, anupallavi, pallavi, interlude1, stanza1, pallavi, interlude2, stanza2, pallavi, anupallavi, pallavi.
I have asked myself a few questions- Why did this pattern come to practise? Who started it? can anyone help me?
There are also a few songs which doesn't follow the basic structures. I have listed a few songs which has no interludes. You can add yours to the list.
1. En Uyire - Uyire
2. Satham illadha - Amarkalam
3. Sa Ri Ga Me - Boys
4. Moham ennum - sindhu bhairavi
- From: aishwarya (@ 220.127.116.11)
on: Thu Mar 18 04:25:40 EST 2004
wat is interlude??curiosity...:)then i can answer u question...
- From: Mumbai Ramki (@ 18.104.22.168)
on: Thu Mar 18 04:43:06 EST 2004
Interlude is the music which comes in between the stanzas ,to be simpler ...
1.en uyire does have interlude..Remember that beats with arabic beats ... !!!!!!
2.Sa Ri Ga Me also has in the form of chorus!!!!!
3.Moaham ennum ...definte choice
- From: Vj (@ 22.214.171.124)
on: Fri Mar 19 09:57:38 EST 2004
there's one wonderful song in "Sigaram"... which goes "Unnaik kanda pinbudhaan" which has two versions by Chitra and SPB... surprisingly, same lyrics but both are of kinda different tunes... no interludes.. only the dolak... one of the songs which had least instruments used.
by the way, does any1 have the mp3 link for the song?
- From: Sripathy Ramesh (@ 126.96.36.199)
on: Sat Mar 20 02:05:24 EST 2004
Yes Vj, SPB has mentioned in an interview that for that song, he has used only 2 instruments - harmonium and dholak.
The song "Raasaathi yen usiru ennadhilla" from "Thiruda Thiruda" is also a song with literally no instruments. Only chorus as the backing. But, when the saranam ends (kadalai kaattu kulla), I doubt he has used bass alone in that song. Good effort!
- From: rahmanian (@ 188.8.131.52)
on: Sat Mar 27 00:29:52 EST 2004
Sarigame actually has interlude, but look at the post. They're talking bout unusual songs as well.
- From: RR (@ 184.108.40.206)
on: Mon Mar 29 22:43:28 EST 2004
Would "Kannana Poomagane" from Thanneer Thanneer
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