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    Nishanth (@ guar*) on: Tue Aug 3 03:38:31 EDT 2004




    With reference to my review on Nithyasree's concert recording: it is Mayamman in Ahiri (Syama Sastri's Krithi) and Eppadi Paadinaro is in Karnataka Devagandhari.

    With reference to the Bharatha Natya/Vocal concert of Padma Subramaniam, the Navaragamalika consisted of the following ragas (these ragas names were also incorporated in the varnam itself.):
    Thodi, Mohanam, Vasantha, Devamanohari, Shankarabharanam, Saarangaa, Kaanadaa, Aarabhi & Bhairavi.





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    Kishore Guha (@ 210.*) on: Sat Dec 18 09:38:19 EST 2004




    where can I get raga bageshree and pahadi on net?





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    Kishore Guha (@ 210.*) on: Sat Dec 18 09:43:43 EST 2004




    Raag Bageshree - This raga with a sad and light emotions associated is available to download from many sites like musicindiaonline. For live concert recordings I found with search grand recordings of jitendra gore of samvadini solo. I found some of the clips I want at http://www.jitendragore.com or http://gore-jitendra.tripod.com






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    1. Priya sisters: http://www.hindu.com/fr/2005/03/04/s...0401250200.htm

    "Arul Tara Venum" of Kavi Kunjara Dasan, in the raga Rasikapriya enthralled the rasikas. The presentation of "Devadi Deva", a composition of Mysore Vasudevacharya, in the raga Sunadavinodini..

    Are these two compositions available online?

    2. Prabha Atre (Hindustani) :
    http://www.hindu.com/fr/2005/03/04/s...0401230200.htm

    3. Brief reviews of concerts by Shoba mudgal,Kadri,BMK,etc.
    http://www.hindu.com/fr/2005/03/04/s...0401190200.htm

    4. TNS,Hyderabad sisters: http://www.hindu.com/fr/2005/03/04/s...0401520300.htm

    5. Ajoy chakrabarty,Girija devi,etc:
    http://www.hindu.com/fr/2005/03/04/s...0401510300.htm

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    Hindustani conerts by disciples of stalwarts: http://www.hindu.com/fr/2005/03/11/s...1102140300.htm

    Sanjay subramanium: http://www.hindu.com/fr/2005/03/11/s...1101930400.htm (SVK's)

    SVK writes:
    No matter how shallow the pretended sincerity of homage to the saint composer either in the city or at Tiruvaiyaru, no matter how musicians mangle and mutilate his sahityas imposing on them their over-emphatic ego-centric exposition.

    Sri Tyagaraja's spell of bhakti alone sustains his hold on the minds of rasikas, though completely absent in the consideration of musicians. The truth is that all the secrets of sangita's beauty is locked up in his songs hidden and waiting to be discovered only through veneration of the Bard of Tiruvaiyaru.

    Arohanas, avarohanas, talas, neravals and kalpana swaraprastharas are all in effect blatantly ritualistic; the essence is bhakti and santham. Interpretation of Sri Tyagaraja's kirtanas based on their bhakti content is far superior to the kind of ritualistic piety that musicians frenetically explore. The approach of some artistes makes a knowledgeable rasika wonder whether they assail some of the cardinal ideals enshrined in Carnatic music's culture.

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    Hyderabad sisters, Maharajapuram Ramachandran: http://www.hindu.com/fr/2005/03/11/s...1101490200.htm

    Kunnakkudi's 'novel' concert: http://www.hindu.com/fr/2005/03/11/s...1102420200.htm

    KJY Yesudas:
    http://www.hindu.com/fr/2005/03/11/s...1102520300.htm

    Jesudas sprang a few surprises in his concert. He gave rasikas food for thought with his version of the raga `Madangagamini.' `Madangamini' is Natakapriya sans rishabha. The alapana was fine, and the latent beauty of this raga, relatively unheard of, became evident. The kriti `Gananayaka Thunai Seyyum... ' was sung with finesse.

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    From The Hindu - 25/03/2005


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    RR:
    dEvAdi dEva audio is available at coolgoose.com

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