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    Let's celebrate Krishna Jayanthi!

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    Does art have boundaries? Are the lines that separate different forms of art rigid? Do boundaries blur and territories overlap and merge, to transform and become a singular entity when the plane of operation rises above the physical? Is this piece just a recital on a musical instrument? Can’t this been seen as ventriloquism, for the performer here appears to almost trick the audience into believing that the object has a life of its own and is conversing with him? Or maybe magic? Think spoon-bending and a magician’s ability to create a make-believe world where a lifeless object ‘responds’ to his ‘command’. Isn’t the artist in this musical performance doing something along the same lines? Isn’t the instrument, scientifically a lifeless object, quite literally ‘responding’ to the master’s call?

    Or does the purest form of dedication to art and the consequential mastery lead to an amalgamation of the art, the artist and the medium, wherein the medium internalizes with the artist and the artist, in turn, with the art itself? In this case of the video, the instrument’s strings are perhaps ‘organically’ connected to the artist, linked to his central nervous system, that makes transmission of an impulse from his brain to the instrument something as natural as flexing an arm, and music (and its creation) akin to simply ‘being’ or existing.

    The inimitable Veenai S. Balachander – a casual performance (looks like someone’s house and not a concert hall), effortlessly traversing a set of ragams (taken from the comments section - 1) Hamir Kalyani 2) Shuba Pantuvarali 3) Behag 4) Darbari Kanada 5) Ranjani 6) Kedaragowla 7) Nilambari (Not sure) 8) Kapi.) and culminating in a keerthanai (again borrowing from the comments section - Intha Sowkya Mani by St Tyagaraja)


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    Great post KV on S Balachandar. Thanks for the vidoes and posters. As you said, he directly talks to veena and vice versa, very intimate relationship, as we can see in the posters. My father used to tell, he needs pin-drop silence when he is performing, otherwise he just walks away. Great legend who treats art much bigger than himself.

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    Pandit Ajoy Chakraborty performing a Ragamala in seven ragas at Asmita Parv in Mahua, Gujarat



    Highlights: Kalindi, Bahar (and side demonstration of Basanth bahar - brilliant), Rageshree, Chandrakauns

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    Maharajapuram santhanam Old DD programme (rare)


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    This is K.J. Yesudas performing live at the Soorya Festival in the 1980s. I am posting these videos here for the
    entertainment of mayyam.com members and viewers, from the Youtube postings done by Pachamulake.
    Sincere appreciation and thanks to Pachamulake and the organizers of the Soorya Festival.

    No copyright or other violations are intended.

    kousalya kumarane...



    vaathaapi...



    sarasaangi...



    broche vaaravare...



    nanubrovani...


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    Thillana composed by Balamuralikrishna, rendered by Sharath...


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