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    Concert review of TNSeshagopalan

    Asthika samajam -venus colony-16-4-2006

    Rasikas of TNS come with certain expectations worthy of his creative genius and mastery over music. He also never dissappoints them and scales the heights never reached by others. People who cannot look up to his height fail to appreciate him owing to their own limitations. The only requisite to enjoy such an exquisite music is to keep an open mind and not to expect a set formula beyond which such aperson cannot comprehend. Simple truths are sometimes understood by simple and honest minds but elude those who profess to have superior knowledge.


    The concert on 16th April at Astika samajam had all the specialities that rasikas admire in TNS. He started the concert with the Thyagaraja krti 'hechchariga' in Yadukula kamboji , aptly welcoming Lord Rama as it was Ramanavami concert. Next was 'dayajuchuta' in Ganavaridhi followed by 'Orajupuju' in Kannada goula , all rendered in his usual pleasing manner. Then came' Paramapavana ' in Poorvikalyanai when the natural buoyancy became explicit and it was followed by 'Marugelara' in Jayanthsri which is always a delight for the rasikas.

    The main piece was 'Nidhisala sukhama' in Kalyani. The raga was portrayed by deft strokes of the master artiste(e) and what ensued was a beautiful portrait of Kalyani with all its splendour and grace. TNS sang niraval and svara not at 'mamatha bandhana ' or 'dhadhi nava ' but at 'dasarathi dhyanabajana ' which spoke volumes of his aesthetic sense.

    Then the rasikas were treated to a lovely verse from Kambaramayana followed by 'ramaramarmarama ramaayenilo' in Lalat. The concert ended with 'Pahi kalyanarama ' and the rasikas were left with a contentment of having worshipped Lord Rama through music.

    Concert at Ayodhya mandapam on 15-4-2006

    The concert started with Sriraga varnam fllowed by 'salamelara' in Margahindolam. Next was ' apparamabhakthi' in Panthuvarali which is ever a thing of joy for his rasikas. After 'ela needhyaradhu' in Atana , 'Yarenru raghavanai' a Ramanataka kirtana in Yadukulakamboji and 'kalyanarama ' a Uthukkadu composition in Hamsanadham, all of which were delightful, came the main raga sankarabharanam which was beyond description with wonderful delineation of raga and exotic svaraprastara. The krti rendered was' enthuku peddhala.' The hall was packed and it was a 'good' crowd.
    Dr. Saroja Ramnujam,M.A.,Ph.D., SIROMANI IN SANSKRIT WISHES TO LEARN KAMBARAMAYANA

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    Thanks for sharing.. Was there any RTP?

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    Thanks Sarojaramanujam ! Wow u r an MA n PhD ! Sanskrit siromani ...
    Great !
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