Topic started by purv (@ 188.8.131.52) on Sat Apr 19 16:18:47 EDT 2003.
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- From: Kaumudi (@ 184.108.40.206)
on: Wed Apr 23 11:03:37 EDT 2003
I wish to add one more to your list which is, by the way, a good start to choosing a good singer. The new singer should also be able to change sruthis for the same song - reminds me of the song Vaidehi raman by Janaki from Pagal nilavu.
And is this Nithyasree's story true? Wow I was surpised to learn that.
- From: purv (@ )
on: Sat Jul 12 20:55:05 EDT 2003
Some lady named Shweta asked me if I would like to compose a song in raaga Bhairavi. Here's my reply:
Today, I listened to a KJY carnatic song in that raagam. Whoever composed that tune musta been a hell of a music genius. Why? Because, Bhairavi looks pretty simple, as it doesn't have any mind-boggling vakrams, like, say, Reethigowlai or Puriyadhanasri. Neither does it commence on any note other than the shadjam, like, say, Saindhavi or Navroj. It looks like you can just attain it by using the notes of Karaharapriya going up and the notes of Natabhairavi going down. BUT the raagam calls for tremendous gamakam. So it's really not simple at all.
First, let me master Hanumathodi. (I have already tried handling raagas like Hamsadhwani and Kamavardhani, and even some that have never been used in film music, like Shadvidhamargini or Vanthanathaarini. I don't mean to be a show-off. I'm just stating my personal experience.)
- From: satsona (@ 220.127.116.11)
on: Mon Jul 14 03:39:10 EDT 2003
Thirupaal kadalil in Bhairavi was composed by none other than MSV,as also the other song, Adhisaya Ragam(Mahathi ragam), in which 1 charanam is in Bhairavi. yes , its tough to compose a song in this raaga.
purv, wanted to know where u live?wanted to discuss ideas with u.
- From: Mythila (@ 18.104.22.168)
on: Mon Jul 14 04:46:44 EDT 2003
Purv, in your earlier post ,I think you have confused Vaachaspathi as Vanaspathi( ???)
satsona, Thirupaarkadalil is not by MSV. It is by the great doyen of Malayam industry , Devaraajan . AnnaiVelankanni, Paruvaraagam are also some of his Tamil film compositions.
- From: Rajesh (@ 22.214.171.124)
on: Mon Jul 14 05:27:50 EDT 2003
Buy all CDs in the world
- From: purv (@ )
on: Thu Sep 4 16:33:24 EDT 2003
Rajesh, that's a pretty weighty goal. Hope you can achieve it!
Mythila, I don't recall ever mistaking Vaachaspathi for Vanaspathi. I know that there is a big difference between the two raagas.
Satsona, if you sincerely want to discuss ideas with me, I can give you my E-mail address.
- From: !!!!! (@ 126.96.36.199)
on: Thu Sep 4 18:58:44 EDT 2003
today, the barriers of entry in the creative arts is an open field. anyone can do anything at any time, even get second, third or fourth chances and breed more mediocre others. (otherwise what atmosphere has ARR set?)
- From: Classified Information (@ )
on: Wed Dec 31 22:42:09 EST 2003
This web site is mot helping me out .I'm trying to make up a group, so if you want to help me you need to Know what I need help with.I need some tunes and beats so I can make up songs for my band. I'm not going to give you my email .So please put some tunes/beats on your web site. Before I go my band is a girl band.I'll come back to your web site. bye/peace
- From: the composer (@ 188.8.131.52)
on: Thu Jan 1 08:11:43 EST 2004
you mean as "background mds" or mds who compose their own songs?
Im a tamil dude who has composed lot of tunes on my keyboard, the problem is i cant sings and explain the tunes to any one and i cant find some one who can sing the songs. If i new how to put them on website i would have done that.
- From: CurryLeaf (@ 184.108.40.206)
on: Fri Jan 2 00:09:22 EST 2004
I'm pail out music "Inspired" from other MD's ;). Think of it this way.. When you have huge paper to write, dont we snag stuff from source and call it a "direct quote"... athey thaan...
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