paddu wrote:Thank you arasi and amsharma , for the encouraging words.
But then what is the dharma of a singer? I mean, this feeling is so personal. You can never explain this to your listener. I know music can touch people at different levels. So, what is the first duty of the singer ....... Sing to the oneself or try to take listeners to your level. Sing only those songs which will give me immense pleasure (I really get high when I understand the song and sing) or sing those which the rasikas want?
I don't want to sound clichÃ©d - but should I not be true to myself and sing ?
Am I taking this discussion ..... some where else?
I could walk lazily into the US Consulate , enter the Library free of charge, be interrupted by a pleasant librarian's voice -while I was poring over a pile of Thurbers and Ogden Nash's -to be told that there would be a screening at the theatre - and would I Like to join ?
jayaram wrote:I would call this mode of working as 'detached involvement' -
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