Now Why dont you sing Bhayyan Na Dharo for us , here !
Just tried my hand.... I know,iam many hundred miles behind Lataji.please Bear with me again.
ahem, ahemIs it any wonder then that I detest jugalbandhis?
Can I request you to sing 'madhuban mein rAdhikA nAchE rE' next?
DRS ..Looking forward to it ....Your enthusiasm is so infectious that I may try a hand too;)
Sarma, Sriram, Excellent!coolkarni wrote:Sarma Sriram
BRAVO BRAVO.. Keep it up.
Talk of less recognized artists.I am shedding a few tears for Madan Mohan now.
Thank You !!
Nice. I guess 'vasantha mullai poley vandhu' is modeled after this song. That is one song that was attractive to me at a very young age. Sarma, sriram, can you try that song and post it in the new thread that ravi had created... at your leisure if at all possible.coolkarni wrote:For those of you whose charukesi is in disarray-thanks to this song-
Here is something to help restore it again-Prof SRJ-1983 Isai Vizha
It seems to be a misra version of naT Bhairav (parallel to sarasAngi) rather than of charukeshi. There is a the strong tIvra nishAda. (That also explains the yaman chAye with little bit of prati madhyama coming in later on.) Of course, there is lot of 'misra'ization (if I may use that term ) as generally happens in film songs!kalgada78 wrote:Sarva Sri Jayaram/Sriram/DRS,
Yeah,it's not our charukesi.It has a Kakali Nishadam and also Prati madhyamam at many places.May be,Madan Mohan had
tried some misra version of Charukesi.The Charukesi of Sri Ajoy Chakraborthy was alos having many notes,different from
our Charukesi.May be some Hindustani experts can chip in enlighten us on this.
I was going to come up with an analogy to explain this, but decided against it - don't want to offend j-b lovers here!On another note: why is that this concert drew 100 rasikas while maNakkAl drew 25? What is the message being given here?