T.R.Subramaniam's Varnams

Carnatic composers (other than performing vidwans)
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chinthpeter
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Post by chinthpeter » 27 Sep 2008, 09:38

T.R.S has composed fabulous varnams....and does any of you have the Varnam "Senthil Vaazh" in Hamir Kalyani composed by him ??

If so pls post it ....
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kmrasika
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Post by kmrasika » 27 Sep 2008, 15:28

rAga: hamIrkalyANi tALa: Adi

p. cendil vAzh murugaiyA cEvalA nambinEn
cancalam tIrttaruL en subrahmaNya svAmi

a. vandittEn vaDivazhagA vAlAyuda kaiyA
vandippOdE kA dEvAnai maNavALA

c. mAl marugA muruga guha shaNmugA mandahAsa
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PUNARVASU
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Post by PUNARVASU » 27 Sep 2008, 16:11

kmrasika,
in the anupallavi,
should it not be 'vElAyuda kaiyA'?
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Post by rshankar » 27 Sep 2008, 18:29

'vAlAyudan' would be hanumAn, right? :)
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Post by PUNARVASU » 27 Sep 2008, 19:25

If and when he used it as 'Ayudham'.:)
Then he will become 'vAlAyudha vAlA'(with due apologies to Hanumaanji.:D
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Post by rshankar » 28 Sep 2008, 01:32

Punarvasu wrote:If and when he used it as 'Ayudham'.:)
I was thinking of the 'lankA jalan' episode.
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Post by PUNARVASU » 28 Sep 2008, 01:51

It was instrumental(not an instrument as such)-instrument and Ayudham are one and the same?
In tamizh there is a saying-'tumbai viTTuviTTu vALaippiDikkiradu' meaning when you run behind a cow or a calf, instead of catching the rope(kayaru), you catch the tail of the animal.
That is precisely what we both are doing here.
rshankar, we better stop here before somebody takes objection.:D:D
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Post by arasi » 28 Sep 2008, 03:02

'vALAvirAdu' vAlAi kadai nITTuvadA? (without keeping quiet, you continue the yarn (tail, here)?
For once, let me have the pleasure of playing the role of those who are somewhat intolerant about us, the jesters :)
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Post by PUNARVASU » 28 Sep 2008, 04:09

arasi,
thank God, yours is the last post; now we are saved.Pl.post something after this.
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kmrasika
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Post by kmrasika » 03 Oct 2008, 08:52

Sorry, just saw your post. Will do, just give me a couple of days.
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Post by Lakshman » 04 Oct 2008, 05:13

TRS has two booklets in print. The first one has some varNAs and some pallavis. The newer one has only pallavis.
The varNAS are in dEvagAndhAri, hamIrkalyANi, varamu, dvijAvanti, sAma, mishra shivaranjani, aThANA and behAg.
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vk
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Post by vk » 08 Oct 2008, 15:45

His vocal rendition of Vanajaksha Ninne Varnam in Behag existed on the rasikapriya wesbite. I cant find that now. Its a nice beautiful varnam whihc i attempted learning from his vocal rendtion and i got half way through and it disappeared from rasikapriya. It would be nice if Lakshamnji could sned me notation (vk999_in at yahoo dot com) so that I cant practice on my veena.
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Post by prashant » 08 Oct 2008, 15:52

The sAmA varNam [innamum shOdanayO] is very nice...
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