Topic started by eden (@ 188.8.131.52) on Sat Apr 17 01:59:54 EDT 1999.
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Let's discuss another area of mastery in TFM. This does not refer to the fixed, compulsory interludes between pallavi / stanzas in songs. This refers to the seconds-long instrumental / humming pieces that are interspersed with the vocals. e.g. 1. In the `Idhu oru ponmalaippozhudhu', the flute piece that comes after `Ayiram nirangal Jaalamidum, raththiri vasalil kolamidum'.
2. The `thananana, thananana nanana nanana' in the concluding portion of `Ayiram thamarai mottukkale' by SJ.
Though these are not necessary as per the TFM `grammar' and often not used, they add to the beauty and enthralls you!
More listings please!
- From: eden (@ 184.108.40.206)
on: Sat Apr 17 02:18:51 EDT 1999
The piece after `Ilaya nila' (PM) often used to trouble the bathroom singers!
- From: Dorai (@ gateway7.ey.com)
on: Sat Apr 17 09:43:17 EDT 1999
thakdu thakdu thakdjim thadjm thakdjm thakatha " and
"Dhinakku Dhinakku Dhanna Dhim Dhim Dhana"
pieces that comes in between "Kannodu Kannbathelaam" can be classified in this category.
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