Parivadini - JB Sruthisagar @ Nadopasana - 19th Mar 2018

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#1 Parivadini - JB Sruthisagar @ Nadopasana - 19th Mar 2018

Post by MaheshS » 22 Mar 2018, 02:44

Parivadini - JB Sruthisagar @ Nadopasana - 19th Mar 2018

J.B.Sruthi Sagar – Flute
L.Ramakrishnan - Violin
B.Sivaraman - Mridangam

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fhlmuM3vk00

Jagadhanandakaraka - Nattai - T
Senthil Andavan - Karaharapriya [ANS] - PS
Nilayathakshi - Paras - SS
Samajavaragamana - Hindolam [ANS] - T
Thani
Ranjani Mala - TSI
Jagodharana - Kapi - PD
Mangalam

This kid has left me in awe again, Sabash, bale bale. I *almost* enjoyed the concert as much as the Thambura player, not quite the same experience sitting in front a laptop thousands of miles away :)
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#2 Re: Parivadini - JB Sruthisagar @ Nadopasana - 19th Mar 2018

Post by sureshvv » 22 Mar 2018, 08:09

That Kapi/Pilu was out of the world. Amazing precision and combinations.
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#3 Re: Parivadini - JB Sruthisagar @ Nadopasana - 19th Mar 2018

Post by Nick H » 22 Mar 2018, 13:45

MaheshS wrote:
22 Mar 2018, 02:44
This kid has left me in awe again, Sabash, bale bale. I *almost* enjoyed the concert as much as the Thambura player, not quite the same experience sitting in front a laptop thousands of miles away :)
I was not really able to enjoy the tambura player, as my view of her was blocked from where I was sitting. In fact I did not even realise that his sister was there until I moved to get a different photographic perspective! ;) :lol:

Seriously, though: Yes, when I could see her, I could also see the expression in her eyes as she really appreciated the music. Another thing: look at Sivaraman's expression. For the most part, accompanists enjoy their job (and in rare instances when they may not, professionalism takes over) and love the music --- but I have never seen such a light in his eyes. It seemed that he was really marvelling at Sruthi Sagar's playing.

So, inspiration and joy radiated from Sruti Sagar and his accompanists, creating a truly wonderful concert. Thank goodness for Parivadani, but yes, you would be quite right to envy those of us who were able to experience the event on the spot :D
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#4 Re: Parivadini - JB Sruthisagar @ Nadopasana - 19th Mar 2018

Post by arasi » 22 Mar 2018, 19:32

For me, the pristine beauty of jagadAndakAraka was brought out in Shrutisagar's playing it, after many years. The loveliness of the phrases...indra nIla maNi shining, OmkAra sounding tranquil and soothing. Recollections of recent years, of all the ferociousness in mouthed phrases in the volleys across the rows of musicians in TiruvaiyAru ArAdhanA, receded to the background.
Listening to his kharaharapriyA rAga. A forest stream finding its course in contained joy, his hugging it gently before winding up the AlApana. Sivaraman nodding in appreciation and giving him a gentle applause...
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#5 Re: Parivadini - JB Sruthisagar @ Nadopasana - 19th Mar 2018

Post by MaheshS » 22 Mar 2018, 19:49

arasi wrote:
22 Mar 2018, 19:32
For me, the pristine beauty of jagadAndakAraka was brought out in Shrutisagar's playing it, after many years. The loveliness of the phrases...indra nIla maNi shining, OmkAra sounding tranquil and soothing. Recollections of recent years, of all the ferociousness in mouthed phrases in the volleys across the rows of musicians in TiruvaiyAru ArAdhanA, receded to the background.
+2 [one for jagadAndakAraka and one for "ferociousness in mouthed phrases"].

Bale bale for your comments :)
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#6 Re: Parivadini - JB Sruthisagar @ Nadopasana - 19th Mar 2018

Post by arasi » 23 Mar 2018, 03:54

Good music 'tranquil'izes...:)
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