Gopalakrishna Bharathi's lines in Missiyamma 1955 song

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#1 Gopalakrishna Bharathi's lines in Missiyamma 1955 song

Post by logamuthu » 15 Sep 2016, 18:49

Hello esteemed members of rasikas.urg Crnatic Music Raga & Alapana!
I need help to find the song in the 1955 Tamil Movie Missiyamma - Gemini, Savithri,Jamuna Rani etc., which has Gopalakrishna Bharathi's following lines:
"Peyaandi thanai kandu nee yendi maiyal Kondaai ,
pengaalukku azhagaagumo?".

AMR: pEyANDi tannai kaNDu nI yENDi maiyal koNDaAi?
pengaLukkazhagAgumO?
And then, there is a lovely segment of swaras by Leela, after which she sings:
PL: nAyAi alaindu tAi mAmam tEDi vandAn
OyAda kurumbai kaNDu tIrAda kAdal koNDEn...

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#2 Re: Gopalakrishna Bharathi's lines in Missiyamma 1955 song

Post by rshankar » 15 Sep 2016, 19:59

You probably had problems with finding the song because it's from the movie manam pOl mAngalyam. Here is the link....

Which kRti of Sri Gopalakrishna Bharati had the lines you're interested in?
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#3 Re: Gopalakrishna Bharathi's lines in Missiyamma 1955 song

Post by arasi » 15 Sep 2016, 21:04

Ravi,
The labeling is wrong here. The songs ARE from Missiamma. Other old timers are bound to agree.

The GKB reference...??
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#4 Re: Gopalakrishna Bharathi's lines in Missiyamma 1955 song

Post by rshankar » 15 Sep 2016, 22:50

Arasi - this is not from missiamma - this is from a movie where Gemini Ganesan plays a double role (one as Savitri's paramor, and another as Balasaraswathi's). The story line of missiamma doesn't support 'nAyAi alaindu tAi mAman tEdi vandAn' situation.

In the link I posted, the video is not for the song - this song was pictured on Balasaraswathi and Gemini.
http://www.thehindu.com/features/cinema ... 458911.ece

Here is a list of songs from missiamma - doesn't feature this.
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#5 Re: Gopalakrishna Bharathi's lines in Missiyamma 1955 song

Post by arasi » 16 Sep 2016, 04:25

Ravi,
You are right, and we know Randor Guy is an authority on this!

I looked up the Encyclopedia of Indian Cinema which we have. Missamma in Telugu, Missiamma in tamizh was produced by L.V. Prasad in 1955. Manam pOla mAngalyam preceded it in 1953. Pulliah produced it.
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#6 Re: Gopalakrishna Bharathi's lines in Missiyamma 1955 song

Post by Pasupathy » 16 Sep 2016, 06:17

rshankar wrote:You probably had problems with finding the song because it's from the movie manam pOl mAngalyam. Here is the link....

Which kRti of Sri Gopalakrishna Bharati had the lines you're interested in?
http://shaivam.org/siddhanta/sta_gkb.htm#peyandi
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#7 Re: Gopalakrishna Bharathi's lines in Missiyamma 1955 song

Post by rshankar » 16 Sep 2016, 19:03

Thank you so much! I have not heard of this song. Is there an audio link to this song?

It is wonderful that the music director for the movie (MPM) used the same rAgam as well! Thanks to the OP for making us aware of this.
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#8 Re: Gopalakrishna Bharathi's lines in Missiyamma 1955 song

Post by arunk » 16 Sep 2016, 20:08

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lLj6RmmRQ8A

This is actually "part 2" of the (funny!) song mAppillai Doi - A.M. Raja and P. Leela

(this sArangA part starts 2 mins onwards in that video)

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#9 Re: Gopalakrishna Bharathi's lines in Missiyamma 1955 song

Post by rshankar » 16 Sep 2016, 21:53

Arun,
I posted the same link in post number 2
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#10 Re: Gopalakrishna Bharathi's lines in Missiyamma 1955 song

Post by Pasupathy » 17 Sep 2016, 01:47

rshankar wrote:Thank you so much! I have not heard of this song. Is there an audio link to this song?

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:-) I have heard this in the 50's ...in a record by Salem Brothers, disciples of Kunnakkudi Venkatarama Iyer .... recently not.
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