Here is lecdem that I found in my vollections by Vid||OST which is most relevant to this thread
http://rapidshare.de/files/22729772/all ... s.mp3.html
Since this is noncommercial feel free to distribute. Listen to this slowly to relish the subtle beauty of the ragas that OST expounds!
Pl discuss each of these combinations too from your experience and other examples and make it lively! Regards
rajesh_rs wrote:Thanks, Punarvasu. I found compositions in Keeravani to alternate between being lighter and more emotional than Simhendramadhyamam which is a rather more grim and austere raga (with a tinge of deep emotion). I guess both ragas conjure a sense of nostalgia to some extent, although this is more pronounced in Simhendramadhyamam.
yes. there are some more ragas that come to my mind..
Pantuvarali and Poorvikalyani .
Chakravakam and Sourashtra
Valaji and Janasammodini
Sriranjani and abhogi
Manirang and Madhyamavathy
However, these can be easily identified/differentiated
if one knows the structure of the ragas and if one could identify the swars/notes.
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