Ramakrishnan Murthy

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Ramakrishnan Murthy

Post #1 by mohan » 27 Jul 2012, 06:37

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Post #2 by rajeshnat » 27 Jul 2012, 08:30

Wonderful interview . RKM is so young and his music is very very impressive . The comparison to Harry Potter character is apt .
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Post #3 by venkatakailasam » 27 Jul 2012, 10:14

just his talent...

Ramakrishnan Murthy- GlobalFest 2010, Chennai, India....

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sKFy5yhaAy0

part II...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C07L8brg ... ure=relmfu
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Post #4 by cienu » 27 Jul 2012, 10:24

Wonderful interview. All the very best to RKM :)
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Re: Ramakrishnan Murthy

Post #5 by Nick H » 27 Jul 2012, 15:16

Wow... in a world where many established artists have "day jobs," how does a young man come to Chennai from USA and become a full-time pro carnatic musician? Even with family housing and support, it is an amazingly courageous thing to do.

Hats off to him!
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Re: Ramakrishnan Murthy

Post #6 by rshankar » 27 Jul 2012, 17:49

Agree with everyone's comments except for:
rajeshnat wrote:The comparison to Harry Potter character is apt .
Did not get that!!
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Re: Ramakrishnan Murthy

Post #7 by rajeshnat » 28 Jul 2012, 13:40

Ravi
Harry potter character and Ramakrishnan murthy resemble a lot.
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Re: Ramakrishnan Murthy

Post #8 by Rsachi » 28 Jul 2012, 15:11

I wrote my thoughts about his music in Kutcheri Reviews some days ago. He continues to remind me of Sri KVN, as i listen to his Saveri and Hameer Kalyani, in the GlobalFest youtube videos linked above.

(As if addressing the many wandering around in front of the camera constantly...his Saveri song asks, oh mind, what are you senselessly going after?!!! :tmi: )
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Re: Ramakrishnan Murthy

Post #9 by rajeshnat » 30 Aug 2014, 10:43

Brief interview of Ramakrishnan Murthy
http://www.thehindu.com/features/friday ... 360898.ece
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Re: Ramakrishnan Murthy

Post #10 by rshankar » 30 Aug 2014, 19:18

I liked his music beforre, now I like him!! Very nice young man.
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Re: Ramakrishnan Murthy

Post #11 by rshankar » 30 Aug 2014, 19:19

And I wonder about (and take issue with) the 'non-slippery American-English' part - makes me wonder if there is a 'slippery' version!! :namaste:
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Re: Ramakrishnan Murthy

Post #12 by arasi » 30 Aug 2014, 20:00

Ravi: I liked his music before, now I like him!

I like that! Need I say? We in North America are very proud of him. After Sandeep, Ramakrishnan Murthy!
Good to know they get together to jam.

Yes,and respectful praNAms to his parents and grandparents :)

I think Rajesh means by slippery version vazha vazhA kozha kozhA. Some ameri(Zhi)cans pronouncing their 'r's thus, and not 'R'olling it like the scots and some of the bhArathvAsis.

A few years ago, when Sowmya presented a lovely program with the youngsters in the Gayana Samaja in Bengaluru, after the concert I happened to be talking with Vidya Kalyanaraman and heard Bharath Sundar and Ramakrishnan murthy chatting. 'nalla' tamizh accent, I thought, for an 'american' kid!
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Re: Ramakrishnan Murthy

Post #13 by vasanthakokilam » 01 Sep 2014, 08:08

Arasi: That is probably what the writer meant by that non-standard characterization 'non-slippery' ;) but I heard his English in one of his lec-dem, I could not tell he grew up in the U.S.A.
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