Topic started by Prabhudas (@ 126.96.36.199) on Sat Apr 3 17:34:28 EST 2004.
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I wanted to start the discussions about this topic for a long time, What was the period really the interludes were introduced as part of song composition, as I don't know if the classical carnatic music structure in vocal / instrumental if ever had any defined interlude pieces as part of krithis/songs, or was it an adaptation from western music ( not classical)
also the pre MSV era had sort of stereotyped interludes and repeat interludes between charanams. I really wanted some body discussing the interludes by Maestro IR which every one will agree is sort of poineering/breakthro' from covention especially for the instruments usage/arrangement and ofcourse more than that the billions of emeotins/feelings coveyed thro his magical interludes and preludes
I am sure some senior and more knowledgable TFM forum participants will be able to contribute to this discussion
- From: Prabhudas (@ 188.8.131.52)
on: Sun Apr 4 09:56:57 EDT 2004
Typo...read "ofcourse more than that the billions of emeotins/feelings coveyed thro " as
ofcourse more than that the billions of emotions/feelings coveyed thro"
- From: mahmodi (@ )
on: Sun Jul 11 05:48:40 EDT 2004
- From: Music_lover (@ 184.108.40.206)
on: Sun Jul 11 11:05:20 EDT 2004
Interludes in TFM - never existed before IR era and will die after IR's era , unless, some dedicated and talented composer decides to sit 14-16 hrs a day and WORK on composing interludes - I doubt if there is any composer who would be willing to do it - in fact, in the upcoming composers, I hardly see anyone who has the spark of making it as a genius composer at least in terms of the interludes - it is when I consider these factors, I am overwhelmed by IR's contributions to TFM!
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