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P. Sankar
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PostPosted: Sun Feb 04, 2007 11:37 pm    Post subject: sumathi en sundari Reply with quote

saradhaa_sn wrote:
Dear friends..

This morning when I was hearing the song

"AlayamAgum mangai manathu" by PS in Sumathi en Sundhari, I just jumped when I hearing the second interlude.

Yes, our legend used 'Shenoy' in the second interlude, in a very mild way.


What a song!!! Aalayamagum mangai manathu!
MSV has composed many songs like this. One another is "Aalayam Enbathu veedagum aasai vaithal" from the file "Thamarai Nenjam". What a nice song with top class melody and speed in it with beautiful smile of a child also in the song. A number of P.Susheela solo songs are there in great taste. Take another song "Yengey neeyo naanum angey unnodu" from Sridhar's "Nenjirrukum varai".

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PostPosted: Mon Feb 05, 2007 9:47 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Vaidymsv wrote

"WopoooooooooooooooooW what a way to contribute for our Master's site? I am so thrilled that the Shehnai usage in itself would create a world record as I see from the list given by all of you. Thenna Marathila Vowala, Vaidikey Savala????

HERE'S WORLD SHEHNAI MAN MSV!!! "

Here is some addition to the shehanai world of MSV:
1. veLLimani Osaiyile... (IrumalargaL)
2. ThuLLi thuLLi viLayada thudikidhu manadhu... (motor sundaram piLLai)
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PostPosted: Mon Feb 05, 2007 10:00 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Dear MSVians,
We have started some parallel threads of discussion on the countless achievements of MSV like the most recent one on shehanai usage. Please permit me to start one more: "vaLaikAppu padalgaL". The one which is my most favourite is from KarNan: "manjaL mugam niram mAra...". As I mentioned earlier, there is a version of this song there is a pllavi, anupallavi and chranam before PBS starts the "thAlAttu" in NilAmabari. I think the main melody is based on based on rAga "piloo". Other unforgettable melodious gems are:

1. kungampottu kulungathadi... (idhu Saththyam)
2. Thangamagal vayittril pinju magam uruvam... (vAzhkai padagu)
3. Thangachchi chinna poNNu thalai enna sAyudhu.. (karuppu paNam)

Can ohers contribute to this genere of MSV songs?
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PostPosted: Mon Feb 05, 2007 10:25 am    Post subject: Valaikaappu Padalgal Reply with quote

Dear Viswapriyan,
A very nice way to start this week !!!

Malar Koduthen Kai Kulunga Valaiyal Itten ( Thirisoolam) is an apt song for this situation.

I could also think of the other two songs which are not exactly "Valiakaappu" songs, yet are similar :

1) Kalyana Ponnu Kannana Kannu ( Padagotti) - for "Valayal" songs

2) Kadhu Koduthu ketten aha kuva kuva satham ( think - Kaavalkaran)

Others , please continue..

Ram,
Can you post this topic as a separate thread ?

Have a Great week ahead by listening to MSV songs !!

MSV Rules !!!

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PostPosted: Mon Feb 05, 2007 8:52 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

New thread opened for "Valaikappu Songs". Please post your discussions there.

Thanks to Viswapriyan for the thought and thanks to Venky for suggesting new thread.
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PostPosted: Tue Feb 06, 2007 6:39 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

New topic for Shenoy usage by MSV opened... The postings related to Shenoy in this thread are moved to the new thread. Please continue the Shenoy discussions there.

Thanks,
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 08, 2007 9:48 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

WHY SARADHA MADAM DELETED ALL MAILS?

WHAT MADE HER TO TAKE THIS DECISION?

WHAT HAPPENED TO HER?

SAD TO NOTE THE HAPPENINGS.

SANKARANARAYANAN.
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PostPosted: Fri Feb 09, 2007 3:14 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

sankaran.lic wrote:
WHY SARADHA MADAM DELETED ALL MAILS?

WHAT MADE HER TO TAKE THIS DECISION?

WHAT HAPPENED TO HER?

SAD TO NOTE THE HAPPENINGS.

SANKARANARAYANAN.


Not sure why this happenned. Let us all continue with our postings. Have made a request under "Site Updates..Announcements from Moderator" section reg this happening!

"Let us just move-on!"
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PostPosted: Mon Feb 12, 2007 4:36 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

There are many movies in which all the songs have become popular. To name a few: "Karnan", "Vazhkai Padagu" etc. Can people add more movies in this category? Many would have been in that era and can recollect the movie, in which all the songs were block busters.
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 15, 2007 3:23 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hello all, Honestly I didnot get to know this composer, for yrs had a huge crush on '80's Ilayaraja'-still do! Very Happy thanks to DHOOL boys, I was reminded of the songs I forget or ignore or maybe listening but calling as MGR songs/KJY songs/Vani Jay delights etc.. Happy to be here! Smile (SL-Kaalai oodachuda pora-nee yellam not allowed here nnu solla maatta rt- oorama ukkandhu kathukkaren, OK Vaa!! Very Happy)

I choose to indulge this VALENTINE'S DAY -'Ammanai azhaghu mighu...'-Avan oru Charithiram... my favorite singer Vani Jayaram flirts with TMS!! Yes, I call this song a 'MSV Song' first time with a Dharmavathi-raga bhaavam!! (Oododi vandhen kanna-ambhujam Krishna composition) thanks, vinatha.
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 15, 2007 6:48 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

How about “Apoorva ragangal”!! I could rt away think of three songs of super duper hits - Yezhu swarangalukkul....., Kelviyin Nayaganey....., Adhisiya ragam.....- Shri.MSV struck it with Ragam-BHAIRAVI at the last charanam -devastating finish!!
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 15, 2007 7:31 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Ram wrote:
There are many movies in which all the songs have become popular. To name a few: "Karnan", "Vazhkai Padagu" etc. Can people add more movies in this category? Many would have been in that era and can recollect the movie, in which all the songs were block busters.


It's a long list, friend.

All "Pa" varisai films, the films he did for the Directors,
Sreedhar, CV.Rajendran,K.Shankar,KS.Gopalakrishnan,Thirulogachandar,the films he did for the producers AVM, Saravana films, were all complete hit songs album.
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PostPosted: Thu Feb 15, 2007 11:02 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

HI BAROQUE,

HEARTY WELCOME TO THE FORUM.THE CLOUD IS THICKENING BY THE HOUR AND GOOD DOWNPOUR IS PREDICTABLE.WE ARE EXPECTING ELABORATE POSTS FROM YOU.I PRESUME YOU ARE THE SAME "BAROQUE'
I COME ACROSS IN RASIKAS.ORG ,THE CLASSICAL MUSIC SITE.AM I RIGHT?

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PostPosted: Fri Feb 16, 2007 9:33 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Thank you, sir!! Naan angayellam vandhu post panninadhu kedaiyaadhu!

Anyway...

“Theertha karaidhaniley....” - Varumaiyin Niram sigappu - Shri.SPB!!
Gorgeous song, NO Orchestration at all!!
Serene Sindhu bhairavi(Venkataachala nilayam...Thyagaraja, Kannanai kandaayo..., Manadhirkkugandhadhu murugan roopam..., Naanoru sindhu...Shri.Ilayaraja)dripping melody, soulfully sung by Balu!
That’s Shri.MSV song to wind up this day! Ta..ta...Vinatha!
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PostPosted: Mon Mar 05, 2007 9:58 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

World best Romantic song EVER!
Anbulla maan vizhiye..... - Kuzhandhaiyum Deivamum! Stunning slow composition, very caressingly sung by TMS, equally gentle Susheela! Heart warming compostion! Nice, nice very nice!
http://www.dishant.com/jukebox.php?songid=58730
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