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Postby srkris » 23 Apr 2006, 18:49

MLV with Kanyakumari and Krishnamoorthy Rao

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Postby meena » 26 Jun 2006, 23:04

Smt. MLV AND film "MANAMAGAL"

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Postby rajagopal » 27 Jun 2006, 03:16

Vocal support - Charumati Ramachandran
Ghatam - Nagaraja Rao

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Postby kiransurya » 27 Jun 2006, 11:33

Meena
Thank you for those anecdotes..

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Postby mahesh3 » 03 Jul 2006, 04:12

The best Kalyani alapanai I have EVEEEEEERRRRRRR heard....

http://rapidshare.de/files/24789128/MLV1.mp3.html

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Postby murthyhmg » 11 Aug 2006, 12:17

Here is a Madhyamavati Kriti of Shri Purandaradasa.

http://rapidshare.de/files/29001019/MLV ... u.mp3.html

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Postby jhnlasik » 11 Aug 2006, 14:03

Meena
thanks for starting the thread on MLV amma. BTW Semmangudi Mammas colourful language didn't have much effect on Subbudu, however, similar incident with another musician took SSI all the way to Saidapet court before the judge.

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Postby meena » 11 Aug 2006, 17:30

jhnlasik

this thread was started by srkris,NOT by me, so thanks to him :)

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Postby Vocalist » 12 Aug 2006, 10:18

jhnlasik, if you have more details about these incidents, please share.

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Postby jhnlasik » 14 Aug 2006, 12:34

Vocalist- here is the story
" In one of the post-conference meetings, Semmangudi spoke about Balamuralikrishna in a filthy language.The entire proceedings of the above said meeting including the indecent remarks of Semmangudi, got recorded by someone secretly and the tape fell into the hands of Balamurali.

Nobody could expect that a person of Srinivasa Iyer's stature would have used such an indecent language. Balamurali found no other way but to file a defamation suit against Semmangudi to the tune of rupees two lakhs. He felt that Semmangudi's action had damaged his professional career. As usual the case dragged for a considerable time. Semmangudi, in a state of impasse, felt, he could not escape out of the entanglement, for he had already started to repent, as soon as he came to know that the recorded version of his remarks in the meeting was now safe in the hands of the plaintiff.

Some of his friends were appalled and derided him for his rash statements. They offered to mediate and settle the affair. When they approached Balamurali, be bluntly replied that it was not at all fair on the part of such an old and senior musician, to have spoken, in an irresponsible manner, that too in the presence of many and therefore it was only right for the doyen to apologise. Without knowing what to do , Semmangudi, finally, came to Balamurali's house , accompanied by two of his friends.

Balamurali readily consented to withdraw the case provided Semmangudi comes to the court in Saidapet and gives it in writing. Semmangudi had to go to the court and gave an apology written, before the presiding judge who heard the case. The suit was withdrwan. Source:" Splendour of Swaras "An authorised Biography of Balamurali by B.M.Sundaram.

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Postby srkris » 14 Aug 2006, 19:23

jhnlasik,

I just wanted to caution you against any unauthentic information. I guess you have read the book and are aware of the facts. But just be aware someone could pull you into unnecessary problems if you are citing controversial information incorrectly.

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Postby coolkarni » 15 Aug 2006, 01:02

http://rapidshare.de/files/29430421/126 ... a.mp3.html

One of the most beautiful renderings of the national anthem I have heard..

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Postby cmlover » 15 Aug 2006, 01:11

Very nice!

JAI HIND!

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Postby drshrikaanth » 15 Aug 2006, 01:14

Happy Independence day to all. bhArat mAtA kI jai.

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Postby ramakriya » 15 Aug 2006, 01:16

Jai Hind

-Ramakriya

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Postby meena » 15 Aug 2006, 01:46

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Postby gsn » 15 Aug 2006, 02:31

Happy Independence Day to all! Jai Hind!

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Postby jhnlasik » 15 Aug 2006, 12:19

srkris
thanks for the caution- however, the information I provided is from the book I mentioned above. This book was published in India, 1996 ISBN 81-7020-716-9 and still available for sale on amazon.com - To be precise, pages 110,111,112 of the book has the info. Furthermore this is an authorized Biography . However, I will not provide further details on this touchy subject.

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Postby Vocalist » 16 Aug 2006, 10:01

Yes, yes, Vandhe Maatharam! Btw, this IS the MLV thread...! :rolleyes: (Admin/Mods, please put Indian Independence Day posts in a separate thread please)

Thanks for the details jhnlasik, and good on you for sourcing your information. I actually thought it might have been an MLV disciple, but in any case, I didn't know about this. Especially considering I remember seeing a pic of BMK accompanying SSI on violin, didn't expect it at all.


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