Triloka Maata Nannu

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arasi
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#51 Re: Triloka Maata Nannu

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shankarank,
Look, a tAlA-impaired person has the nerve to chime in here! Why? This is so delightful to hear. With all its subtleties in its execution, it doesn't intimidate me. How it all flows musically! I wish I could make out the sAhityA too. Being a rasikA seems enough to appreciate this. All the vidwat displayed here finds its way so very lyrically to a dense-head like me here. I realize why I love to listen to some percussionists in tani without being intimidated. If I find music in it, need I worry about the kaNakku vazhakku(calculations)? To tAlA-minded folks and experts what I say might sound jarring, but when notes and beats and sahityA flow together like this, even my lowly lot appreciate it, I think...:)

Thanks to TKG and experts on stage and to you...

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#52 Re: Triloka Maata Nannu

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'Manju nigar kuntaLa minnE'
Kavadi Chintu by
Annamalai Reddiar

arasi
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#53 Re: Triloka Maata Nannu

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Thank you, P Bala :)

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#54 Re: Triloka Maata Nannu

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The mystery hasn't ended though.

In SSP, triloka mAtA nannu sounds like a divya nama keertanam and it is in Adi tAla. :lol:

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#55 Re: Triloka Maata Nannu

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A musician who tours the U.S teaching (along with perf.) was observed teaching it in Adi tAla only. Siksha is one thing! Sadhana is yet another!

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