Bhairavi, Pondicherry. January Programme

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V.Mahalingam
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Bhairavi, Pondicherry. January Programme

Postby V.Mahalingam » 14 Dec 2011, 11:41

Bhairavi, Pondicherry wishes all Rasigas a HAPPY NEW YEAR with lot of Carnatic Music.

Our 335th Programme (January 2012 Programme)
on
08/01/2011.
Key Board concert
by
Master. K. Sathya Narayanan.
Violin: Villiwakkam Sri. S. Raghuraman.
Mirudangam & Morsing: Sri. J. Sowrirajan.
Time: 6 P.M.
Venue: Societte Progressiste,
12, Kalatheeswaran Koil Street,
Pondicherry-605001

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Re: Bhairavi, Pondicherry. January Programme

Postby tkb » 15 Dec 2011, 18:28

Dear V. Mahalingam the artists details for the concert is as follows which i had sent to you on the December 7th, 2011

Mstr. K. Sathyanarayanan - Keyboard
Villiwakkam S. Raghuraman - Violin
Kumbakonam K. Swaminathan - Mrudhangam
Thirukannapuram J. Sowrirajan - Ghatam & Morsing
T. Krishnababu - Thalam

we hope to present a good concert and have the patronage of many from this forum too.

Tks n rgds Krishnababu

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Re: Bhairavi, Pondicherry. January Programme

Postby tkb » 15 Jan 2012, 14:43

Here is the link for the recording of the concert http://www.esnips.com/thumbnails.php?album=4555183

The performance included the following:

01 Varnam Keeravani_Adi_PatnamSubramanyaIyer
02 Srigananadham_Kanakangi_Adi_Tyagaraja
03 Nijamayithe_Bhairavi_Misrachapu_Tyagaraja
04 NiravathiSukatha_Ravichandrika_Adi_Tyagaraja
05 GarudaGamana_Nagaswaravali_Rupakam_PatnamSubramanyaIyer
06 TheeradhaVillayatuPillai_Raagamalika_Kandanadai_Bharathiyar
07 LemiThelpa_Navaneetham_Adi_Tyagaraja
08 ParukulleNallaNadu_Jonpuri_Ekam_Bharthiyar
09 ChalomanuGangaYamunaTheeru_YamanKalyan_Ekam_Meera
10 BaghyadhalakshmiBaramma_Madhyamavathi_Adi_Purandharada
11 VaishnavaJanatho_MisraKamaj_Ekam_NarsiMehtha
12 Mangalam

If some one had attended, i request them to forward their views. If any one spares the time to listen to the links, i also request them to forward their views on same.

Rgds tkb
Tks n brgds tkb

11_VaishnavaJanatho_MisraKamaj_Ekam_NarsiMehtha

12_Mangalam

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Re: Bhairavi, Pondicherry. January Programme

Postby ganeshkant » 19 Jan 2012, 05:08

TKB,
good list.I would like to listen to the kanakAngi and navaneetham songs.

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Re: Bhairavi, Pondicherry. January Programme

Postby srikant1987 » 19 Jan 2012, 12:01

Nice to see nAgaswarAvali in the list. Wow, was it the main?

Could you mention which songs had R, N and S??

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Re: Bhairavi, Pondicherry. January Programme

Postby tkb » 19 Jan 2012, 16:48

thanks @ganeshkant and @srikant1987.

They performed Kalpanaswaram for Track 2 - Kanakangi, Ragam, Niraval and Swaram for 3 - Bhairavi, Outline raga and kalpanaswaram for track 5 - Nagaswaravali and had Ragam, Swaram and Thani for track 7 in Navaneetham. Tried editing the info on the main post also to this effect but could not do the same now..

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Re: Bhairavi, Pondicherry. January Programme

Postby sureshvv » 20 Jan 2012, 08:42

Have you given any thought to renaming "Keyboard" to something more Indian similar to the "mohan veena" for example? May help overcome some deep seated biases!

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Re: Bhairavi, Pondicherry. January Programme

Postby tkb » 20 Jan 2012, 11:06

@sureshvv - tks n it is indeed a great suggestion. In fact Pt. Vishwa Mohan Bhatt ji informally told us to name it as Vidwat Veena ! Its probably time to give a serious thought! H/ever do not know if that would start working!

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Re: Bhairavi, Pondicherry. January Programme

Postby vasanthakokilam » 20 Jan 2012, 21:59

A Sanskrit word for keyboard will be great.

Phalaka - फलक is board ( Tamil variation palak(h)ai ). sangItaphalaka?. Any others?

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Re: Bhairavi, Pondicherry. January Programme

Postby tkb » 21 Jan 2012, 09:19

interesting and hope we get a good name. Dinamalar Journalist - Rasigapriya, had used the term "Isai Alagu Kattai" in Tamil.

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Re: Bhairavi, Pondicherry. January Programme

Postby Pratyaksham Bala » 28 Jan 2012, 10:39

Incidentally, any idea of the other names considered for Violin when it was introduced to Carnatic Music?

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Re: Bhairavi, Pondicherry. January Programme

Postby arasi » 30 Jan 2012, 17:22

tkb,
Would like to hear Satya's kanakAngi and navanItham and other items too, if possible.

isai Alagu kaTTai?? Is it iSaiyAl Agu kaTTai? I prefer VK's palagai (board) to kaTTai.iSaiyAlAgu palagai??
Then again, as PB says, they did not look for a native name for violin (fiddle)when it made its appearance. Also, do we need a new name in tamizh when many tamizh expressions are mixed with English, any way? Call a spade a spade. Shorter the name, easier it is to say it.. Key board is the shortest name so far!There!

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Re: Bhairavi, Pondicherry. January Programme

Postby tkb » 30 Jan 2012, 17:37

@arasi - thanks for the interest shown and the links are as below:

1. KanakAngi - http://www.esnips.com/displayimage.php?pid=33284567

2. Navaneetham - http://www.esnips.com/displayimage.php?pid=33287146

You can log on to http://www.esnips.com/thumbnails.php?album=4555183 to listen to other tracks also.

Regarding the name for the instrument i also feel Keyboard, as it stands, it has taken a long long years to just to get to the gate of AIR to get the lead instrument status! Still not yet got into the minds of organizations & rasikas in a big way! Lets keep going and on the way if we can get a suitable name we shall tag it along! Long way to go!! Hope keyboard artists will sustain the journey!


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