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    National Integration

    From the MalayaLam movie 'Swati Tirunaal'.

    Jamuna Ki naare........Bansuri Bajaave...



    The movie is in MalayaaLam.
    The composer was Maharaja Swati TirunaaL of Travancore state (a malayaaLi).
    The composition is in Hindi. He composed a few songs in Hindi and Telugu even though most were in Sanskrit.
    The singer BalamuraLi Krishna, a well known carnatic vocalist, is from Andhra, a Telugu.
    But he resides in Chennai.

    These facts were mentioned by one vocalist when he sang this song.



    Quote Originally Posted by RR View Post
    If not for such film songs, we probably would have missed beautiful ragas like Tilak kamod, rt?
    RR,
    Tilak Kamod is Nalina Kanti in carnatic music. For some reason this raaga began to appear in Tamil movies in recent (for me) times. One song is 'endhan nenjil neengaadha thendral needhaanaa'. The most popular caarnatic composition is 'Manavyaalakincharaadhathe' by Thyagaraja. There are very few compositions in this raga.
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    Thank you Raj! Great selection indeed. For any serious music lover, the movie SWATHI THIRUNAL is a must see/listen to production.
    The movie has a great collection of Swathi Thirunal compositions, the only exception being "Mokshamu galadaa puvilo...."
    by Thyagaraja Swami. The singers include Balamurali Krishna, KJY, SPB, Neyyatinkara Vasudevan, Chithra, Aundhathi and Ambilikkuttan.
    Music/orchestration for the movie was by the late M.B. Srinivasan.

    This is probably not the right thread for this list; but music is beyond language, culture, etc! Here it is:

    Pannakendra sayanaa.... (Balamurali Krishna, KJY & Neyyatinkara Vasudevan)
    Alar sara parithaapam....(KJY & Arundhathi)
    Mokshamu galadaa puvilo....(Balamurali Krishna)
    Parama purusha Jagadeeswara....(KJY & Neyyatinkara Vasudevan)
    Sumasaayaka viduraa....(Arundhathi)
    Paarvathee naayakaa paahimaam....(KJY & Chithra)
    Saarasa mukha sarasi janaabhaa....(KJY)
    Geethaku mithu thaga dheem (thillaanaa)....(Ambilikkuttan)
    Maamavaa sadaa jananee....(Neyyatinkara)
    Devanukei pathi indraa....(SPB)
    Krupayaa paalaya souree....(KJY)
    Jamunaa kinaarei pyaarei....(Balamurali Krishna)
    Kosalendra maadhavaamithaa....(Neyyatinkara)
    Chaliyei kunjanu mo thum....(Chithra)

    Most, if not all the songs are available on Youtube.

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    Raagadevan, Thanks for reminding . I like the parama purusha rendition a lot..

    Raj, that's what the 'textbooks' say but I can't see how nalinakanthi and tilak kamod are similar. To me, each have key signatures that put them worlds apart. I am all ears if you can explain..

    BTW, jamuna kinare is a wonderful song. BMK takes it to a different level. Sung in Pilu I guess..

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    A bhajan from the 60s

    From Bhabhi Ki Chudiyaan (1961)

    Jyothi Kalash Chalke.......

    Lata Mangeshkar:





    Sudhir Phadke:





    You are welcome RD!


    RR: There was a discussion in the old hub about Nalinakanthi/Tilak Kamod where the claimed the equivalence ! That was more than 10 years back around the time I came to know about this hub. If you can find that thread and post your comment we can see how they respond. May be it is another case of 'manasuloni' and 'samaja vara gamana'being classified under Hindholam even though they sound different (due to a change in one note) . I think they have renamed the scale for 'manasuloni' as Varamu, yet to be accepted by all!

    In fact, one of my friends who knows ragas in both systems told me about the equivalence/similarity about 30 years back. If I meet him I will ask him about the ragas!

    Guess the raga for the song I just posted here!

    Quote Originally Posted by RR View Post
    Raj, that's what the 'textbooks' say but I can't see how nalinakanthi and tilak kamod are similar. To me, each have key signatures that put them worlds apart. I am all ears if you can explain..
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    Raj, I like the challenge but this raga is an easy one.. Any Mohan, or Mathyapradesh capital city people can find it

    I actually like to read your snippets/experiences related to the song.

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    Rajraj, The Lata Mangeshkar song above from Bhabhi Ki Chudiyaan (1961) sounds a bit like a A.M Rajaa song from Missiamma 1953. The Telugu version starts with 'telusukonave yovathi'. There is also a similar one by P.Leela in the same film. I wonder whether I am imagining it or whether it is the same raaga behind both.

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    Singing for rain

    It is supposed to rain this month. We have not seen any so far. May be a raga that brings rain will help !

    From Malhar(1951)

    Garjat Barsat Bheejat Ayilo.....





    Raga of the song? The clue is in the title of the movie!

    Quote Originally Posted by gaddeswarup View Post
    Rajraj, The Lata Mangeshkar song above from Bhabhi Ki Chudiyaan (1961) sounds a bit like a A.M Rajaa song from Missiamma 1953. The Telugu version starts with 'telusukonave yovathi'. There is also a similar one by P.Leela in the same film. I wonder whether I am imagining it or whether it is the same raaga behind both.
    Swarup: Jyoti Kalsh Chalke is in Mohanam as RR hinted. 'Telusukonave Yuvathi' and 'Pazhaga Theriya VeNum' from Missiamma(Tamil) are also in Mohanam, an ancient raga.
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    Raj, it sure has worked. Raining here cats & dogs after a long dry spell..

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    From my High School days !

    I was in 8th or 9th standard (third or fourth form as it was known those days) when Sansar(Hindi) and Samsaram(Tamil) were released in 1951. One popular song was:

    Ammaa Roti De Baabaa Roti De.....



    From the Tamil version:

    Ammaa Pasikkudhe... ( ammaa I am hungry...)



    Children used to tease their mothers singing 'ammaa pasikkudhe', if the meals were delayed !

    I did that too !

    The most popular song was probably 'ye sansar ye sansar' ( samsaram samsaram in Tamil). I posted this long time back.
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