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PostPosted: Mon Jul 02, 2012 1:04 pm    Post subject: Kappal ottiya thamizan-Music-5 Reply with quote

The songs from the movie should deserve to be one of the ever best and should be part of all time classics…Immortal tunes for songs written with immense patriotic fervour by Mahakavi Subramania Bharathi !

G.Ramanathan is the undisputed king of classical composition ………

In KOT, this great composer had set to tune for different situations in the most striking manner……

B.R.Pantulu has brilliantly utilised the lyrics to suit with the various important scenes in the movie……

There are 9 songs and they are navaratnas

Let us swim deep to understand the scenarios..

Scene :
VANDE MATARAM ENBOM
VOC and Siva decide to lead a major mass movement to boycott foreign made goods and further set fire to whatever imported goods that they have on hand…….here it’s a surcharged atmosphere with a huge crowd making mass protests by going to streets and doing a public display against the prohibition order of the then British govt….Vande mataram was the 2 powerful word combination which triggered a great revolt …….. here the song Vande mataram enbom..is being played..Seerkazi Govindarajan , a veteran with the right feel for aggression gives his best for the situation……….Seerkazi doesn’t just get aggressive when he sings AARYIRAM UNDINGU JAATHI….the same voice cajoles to complete …NAMMUL SANDAI SEIDHAALUM SAGODHARAR ANDRO !....





Scene:
ENDRU THANIYUM INDHA SUDHANDHIRA DHAGAMThis song appears immediately as the next shot after completion of Vandhe madharam enbom …through this we also see Mahakavi Bharathi being introduced in the movie and S.V.Subbaiah's emotional outburst in front of his favourite idol Goddess Sakthi….the same song gets repeated at the end of the movie when VOC will be on his death bed. An emotional VOC requests for water saying DHAGAM…..when someone tries to bring water, he stops saying …NAN KETPADHU SUDHANDHIRA DHAGAM….and asks those arround to sing the same song which his wife tearfully sings ….P.Leela gives a splendid voice to this classic and midway the great soul leaves this world……………..

என்று தனியும் இந்த சுதந்திர தாகம்

என்று மடியும் எங்கள் அடிமையின் மோகம்

என்று எமதன்னை விலங்குகள் போகும்
என்று எமது இன்னல்கள் தீர்ந்து பொய்யாகும்

பஞ்ஜமும் நோயும் நின் மெய்யடியார்கோ
பாரினில் மேன்மைகள் வேரினியார்கோ
தன்ஞமடைந்தபின் கைவிடலாமோ
தாயும் தன் குழந்தையை தள்ளிடபோமோ

Scene :
VELLI PANI MALAYIN MEEDHULAAVUVOMA jubilant VOC, coming back to Tuticorin after successfully having arranged for business partners and convincing the Ship owners ….gleefully awaiting VOC's arrival along with the ship, Mahakavi , Subramania Siva and a large group of supporters cheer their leader VOC as he , with all the pride and modesty waves hands towards them ….here goes the song Velli panimani malayin meedhu ulaavuvom…. G.Ramanathan is a master of the situation….you will hear the joy, happiness, pride and confidence all pervading throughout the song as this is a moment for celebration no ! Tiruchi Loganathan and Seerkazi are at their awesome best ….Mahavi unleashes his vision for a free India and draws his wishlist for future !


வெள்ளி பனிமலையின் மீதூலாவுவோம்
அடிமேலை கடல் முழுதும் கப்பல் விடுவோம்
பள்ளி தலம் அனைத்தும் கோவில் செய்துவோம்
எங்கள் பாரத தேசமென்று தோள் கொட்டுவோம்

முத்து குளிப்பதொறு தென்கடலிலே
மொய்க்கும் வணிகர் பல நாட்டினர் வந்தே
நத்திநமக்கினிய பொருள் கொணர்ந்தே
நம்மருள் வேண்டுவது மேற்கரையிலே
ஆயுதம் செய்வோம் நல்ல காகிதம் செய்வோம்
ஆலைகள் வைப்போம் கல்விச்சாலைகள் வைப்போம்
ஓயுதல் செய்யோம் தலை சாயுதல் செய்யோம்
உண்மைகள் சொல்வோம் பல வண்மைகள் செய்வோம்


Scene:
KAATRU VELIYIDAI KANNAMMAThe movie also gives maxium space to Gemini Ganesan and Savithri , the Madasamy character appearing quite regularly ( or even more than VOC's screen presence ) …there are evidences to show that such a character did exist …infact the same Madasami accompanies Vanchinathan during the Collector Ash's assasination and ensures that noone enters the coach when Vanchi confronts Ash…..the movie shows Madasamy as a very simple, faithful , loyal and a big follower of VOC and his ideals……there is a parallel love story run behind in the form of Gemini and Savithri and after several meetings and doubting each other, they finally fall in love and at this moment this melodious song appears……….this song also comes as a welcome break to otherwise a very intense movie totally focussed on freedom struggle………
The start itself is so scintillating !! there will be a pause after PBS pleads Kannamma………..and P.Susheela continues with a soulful humming………the song has shades of Kalyani ragam ……..there is a pleasant surprise after P.S. sings Pathu maatru ponnutra nin meniyum ! a long duration of humming which today's young aspirants struggle to repeat it in competitive shows !! …..PBS really takes us to Heaven when he sings Ennai vetru ninaivindri thetriye ingor vinnavanaaga puriyume !!! PBS is a champion when it comes to improvising a given sentence…..adds loads of melody for Vinnavanaaga ………..the song ends on a pleasing note by PS singning it off with a beautiful humming ……………what a song !! a great unparalleled duet !

Scene:
ODI VILAYAADU PAAPPAA
B.R.Bantulu wanted to highlight a point that VOC was totally against casteism and indifference towards religion and social imbalances……..also, except for few scenes, VOC's interaction with his family members was minimal ………..the director nicely uses through this song to play with his children and also teach them the essence of life and moral values to be followed ……this is a very meaningful lyric penned by the Desiya kavi Bharathi………..Seerkazi sings in a polite and soft manner to the pleasing ears of the children ……..

Scene:
THANEER VITTO VALARTHOM SARVESAA IPPAYIRAI

VOC along with Subramania Siva get arrested for staging a public rally and also for their cause towards the coral mills agititation……….having sentenced to rigorous imprisonment, the movie now reaches a tearful stage wherein the once rich and Tuticurin's powerful man and a wealthy person is subjected to physical labourous work at prison……he is asked to do whatever which normally a domestic animal like bull will do , including extracting oil and grinding work……..he gets beaten as he falls while pulling the oil machine……..I was told that the whole theatre will weep seeing a great freedom fighter undergoing immense suffering in the form of rigorous punishment.....VOC was granted the status of an ordinary prisoner and hence the severe jobs and toughest treatment………..Mahakavi touches our heart while writing the words….MELORGAL VENSIRAYIL VEENZDHU KIDAPPADHUVUM NULORGAL SEKKADIYIL NOVADHUVUM KAANGILAYO……….probably the best depiction of quest for freedom and what our great ancestors underwent in prison sacrificing their personal life…….I would say that this is the best song of Tiruchi Loganathan…….


தண்ணீர் விட்டோ வளர்த்தோம் சர்வேசா இப்பயிரை
கண்ணீரால் காத்தோம் கருகத் திருவுளமோ??
எண்ணமெல்லாம் நெய்யாக எம்முயிரினுள் வளர்ந்த
வண்ண விளக்கிது மடியத் திருவுளமோ?
தண்ணீர் விட்டோ வளர்த்தோம்?
ஓராயிரம் வருடம் ஓய்ந்து கிடந்த பின்னர் வாராது போல வந்த மாமணியைத் தோற்போமோ?
மாதரையும் மக்களையும் வன்கண்மையால் பிரிந்து
காதல் இளைஞர் கருத்தழிதல் காணாயோ?
தர்மமே வெல்லுமென்னும் சான்றோர் சொல் பொய்யாமோ?
கர்ம விளைவுகள் யாம் கண்டதெல்லாம் போதாதோ?
எந்தாய் நீ தந்த இயற்பொருளெலாமிழந்து
நொந்தார்க்கு நீயின்றி நோவழிப்பார் யாருளரோ?
மேலோர்கள் வெஞ்சிறையில் வீழ்ந்து கிடப்பதுவும்
நூலோர்கள் செக்கடியில் நோவதுவும் காண்கிலையோ?
எண்ணற்ற நல்லோர் இதயம் புழுங்கி இரு
கண்ணற்ற சேய் போல் கலங்குவதும் காண்கிலையோ?


Scene:
NENJIL URAM INDRI NERMAI THIRAMUM INDRIVOC , after undergoing rigorous imprisonment for 6 years gets released and is back home….there was noone to receive him outside the jail except his heart and soul mate Siva who is affected by TB …….VOC doesn’t get the same recognition and respect ….the city of Tuticurin which was on fire the day of his arrest is totally indifferent to VOC now….above all he is aghast on hearing that the Swadeshi shipping company which was his dream project to fight colonialism was sold now …even the salt factory which he owned is the property of someonelese…..he is totally dejected , not because he had pioneered those companies but by the attitude of people who by now are toothless, spineless and weak citizens who have virtually given up fighting the foreigners………….and those who were talking about swadesh goods, indigenous procurement and all have become a slave of british rule…VOC is crestfallen on hearing the demise of his mentor and inspiration Shri Bala Gangadara Tilak…………….here comes an emotional and frustrated outpour from Mahakavi which appears as a background while VOC undergoes all the trauma and insult from public for the derecognition of his sacrifice :


நெஞ்சில் உரமும் இன்றி நேர்மைத் திறமும் இன்றி
வஞ்சனை சொல்வாரடி கிளியே வாய்ச் சொல்லில் வீரரடி
உப்பென்றும் சீனி என்றும் உள்நாட்டு சேலையென்றும்
செப்பித் திரிவாரடி கிளியே செப்பித் திரிவாரடி கிளியே
செய்வதறியாரடி கிளியே
நெஞ்சில் உரமும் இன்றி நேர்மைத் திறமும் இன்றி
வஞ்சனை சொல்வாரடி கிளியே வாய்ச் சொல்லில் வீரரடி
சொந்த சகோதரர்கள் துன்பத்தில் சாதல் கண்டும்
சிந்தை இரங்காரடி கிளியே சிந்தை இரங்காரடி கிளியே
செம்மை மறந்தாரடி கிளியே
நெஞ்சில் உரமும் இன்றி நேர்மைத் திறமும் இன்றி
வஞ்சனை சொல்வாரடி கிளியே வாய்ச் சொல்லில் வீரரடி

I love the powerful lyrics and the golden voice of Seerkazi ...brilliant reflection of the then state of affiars by Bharathi.....Nadigar thilagam displays terrific emotions and absorbs all the insult and the monumental loss to all his efforts ........


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PostPosted: Tue Jul 03, 2012 1:42 am    Post subject: Resp. Reply with quote

Great coverage Balaji !!! Great work!!!! G Ramanathan is yet another victim of the Tamil myopic vision and amnesia. Forgotten !!!! Or if his name is mentioned, the quip would be "Oh...the composer for Yaradi nee mOhini". He pioneered the art of using Alto-sax as the primary instrument for counter melodies in South India, which was something that was introduced to Indian Film Music by the titan, Anil Biswas in Hindi. His "neela vAnum" which he himself has sung with TV Rathnam is testimony enough. His "nadai nAdagam" sung by PBS, Jamuna Rani from "President Panchaksharam", even today will be deemed a path breaking effort, the song runs on whamping on piano and counters by muted trumpet and violin...haunting piece !!! Apologies Balaji, got a little carried away.......KOT's "kAtru veLiyidai kaNNamma" will, in my books remain a behemoth of a composition with legendary singing by Peerless. Susheela and PB Sreenivos. There have been several pretenders after these wonderful singers, but pretenders will remain just that, disgruntled and hyped with little to exhibit in this most wonderous field of cine music !!! I always end up playing the undulating violin piece as a part of the prelude a few times, before I let the pallavi start and go through Smile As VD Rajagopalan, a long time associate of GR confirmed to a Tamil Film Music historian, a GR number is a GR number in toto. Every phrase awarded to every instrument is his with his assistant being reduced to being a mere conduit between the composer and the instrumentalists. Great going Balaji !!!!!
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PostPosted: Tue Jul 03, 2012 12:18 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Dear CSB and Vatsan ,

I observed that GR's favourite beat must be the one for Katru veliyidai ( more of waltz )....you can hear this in Anbe inbam...enge ingey....and again for Ulavum thendral kaatriniley !

Did you realise that there is no TMS ! though there were gems preceding KOT like Maasilaa nilave nam , sinthanai sei maname , vaadaa malare enadhanbey …… all in 1957 and also the masterpiece Mullai malar meley , yaaradee nee mohini, anbe amudhey … in 1958……TMS already was a mega singer then ! Pantulu and GR must have been very clear in their end product ……..only one song for Nadigar Thilagam ( Odi vilayaadu ) ….I wonder why GR didn’t try with TMS for any of the songs ? Interestingly, even in Veerapandiya kattabomman, there is no TMS ………this also shows that the creative team were involved in lots of deliberations before zeroing in on any singer ….Seerkazi and Tiruchi Loganathan clearly dominate KOT though GR needed a PBS for Gemini ……

Odi vilayaadu pappa has some Sahana ( kalai ezundhavudan padippu )…. and suddenly there will be Begada ? ( jaathigal illayadi paappa ) … Katru veliyidai I stand corrected, its more of Shankarabaranam ( few notes on M1 ) ………Endru thaniyum indha …does it start with Senjuruti ? again, Panjamum noyum nin meiadiyaarko…..has Punnagavarali !

Vatsan, pls share your thoughts about the KOT songs and may be a special note on Katruveliyidai kannamma ........Nee enadhinnuir Kannamma !! God ! Gemini totally surrenders to Nadigayar Thilagam by this word ........PBS I feel was gifted by Almighty only for Gemini !

Dear all, requesting you to decipher the raga content of the KOT songs....it seems there are surprises everywhere !
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PostPosted: Tue Jul 03, 2012 4:33 pm    Post subject: Resp. Reply with quote

Balaji, good observation !!! GR was never pressurized by these super stars MGR and Sivaji into using singers of their choice. GR used other singers for Sivaji and MGR even after the thooku thookki heady days for TMS. He actually made PBS sing for Sivaji in 'nAn sollum ragasiyam'. Listen to those great songs in 'Chittor Rani Padmini' , a Sivaji-Vyjayanthi starrer, when the first song starts you start wondering 'why not' TMS, but when the Hindustani akarams start cascading in, you know why it is Seerkazhi-PS and not TMS-PS Smile GR chose singers based on the genre of music they were comfortable with. I thought he did a great job in Sivaji's Sri Valli as well, the songs ofcourse never won the popularity contest Smile
'kAtru veLiyidai...' is indeed a marvel of a song where GR strikes the delicate balance between modernity and the demands of portraying romance in a 'period' movie. The song appears as if its predominantly in Mohanam, till the aarohanam of the song describes the kalyani route. When PBS hums in the second stanza, he traverses through Ma1, giving it a Hamir Kalyani hue as well. The splash of Maand incorporated is quite palpable when the charanams end ...'uyir theeyinilE vaLar jOthiyE' is Maand held on a leash and not allowed to stretch until the end of its tether:) It was GR who fixed PBS on Gemini through 'inbam pongum veNNilA' and I am opent to correction here. The eternal classic 'kaniyO pAgO karkkaNdO' was crooned by PBS for GR in 'karpukkarasi', a Gemini starrer way back in 56-57 but the song could have been picturized on MK Radha. Thanks for the opportunity !!!
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PostPosted: Tue Jul 03, 2012 4:34 pm    Post subject: Resp. Reply with quote

Balaji, good observation !!! GR was never pressurized by these super stars MGR and Sivaji into using singers of their choice. GR used other singers for Sivaji and MGR even after the thooku thookki heady days for TMS. He actually made PBS sing for Sivaji in 'nAn sollum ragasiyam'. Listen to those great songs in 'Chittor Rani Padmini' , a Sivaji-Vyjayanthi starrer, when the first song starts you start wondering 'why not' TMS, but when the Hindustani akarams start cascading in, you know why it is Seerkazhi-PS and not TMS-PS Smile GR chose singers based on the genre of music they were comfortable with. I thought he did a great job in Sivaji's Sri Valli as well, the songs ofcourse never won the popularity contest Smile
'kAtru veLiyidai...' is indeed a marvel of a song where GR strikes the delicate balance between modernity and the demands of portraying romance in a 'period' movie. The song appears as if its predominantly in Mohanam, till the aarohanam of the song describes the kalyani route. When PBS hums in the second stanza, he traverses through Ma1, giving it a Hamir Kalyani hue as well. The splash of Maand incorporated is quite palpable when the charanams end ...'uyir theeyinilE vaLar jOthiyE' is Maand held on a leash and not allowed to stretch until the end of its tether:) It was GR who fixed PBS on Gemini through 'inbam pongum veNNilA' and I am opent to correction here. The eternal classic 'kaniyO pAgO karkkaNdO' was crooned by PBS for GR in 'karpukkarasi', a Gemini starrer way back in 56-57 but the song could have been picturized on MK Radha. Thanks for the opportunity !!!
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PostPosted: Tue Jul 03, 2012 10:10 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Dear Mr.Balaji,
Very intense writing on this not-so-familiar subject: freedom struggle, Shivaji, Gemini, Director, and more importantly GR! It will take more time to ponder over the beautiful writing and complete...
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PostPosted: Wed Jul 04, 2012 12:25 am    Post subject: Resp. Reply with quote

Confirmation received from PBS himself.... his first song for Gemini was in Prema Paasam, the composer being the one of the greatest , Saluru Rajeswara Rao. Thanks Sabesan (another hubber) for the communication.

Please gently side-step the above digression and let Balaji run through with his write-ups.
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PostPosted: Wed Jul 04, 2012 9:53 am    Post subject: Re: Resp. Reply with quote

Vatsan wrote:
Confirmation received from PBS himself.... his first song for Gemini was in Prema Paasam, the composer being the one of the greatest , Saluru Rajeswara Rao. Thanks Sabesan (another hubber) for the communication.

Please gently side-step the above digression and let Balaji run through with his write-ups.


Dear Vatsan,

Not a digression at all ! Our website should be a treasure filled with information on the glorious past , especially forgotten legends like PBS . Pls do pitch in Very Happy

I request Murali or Sampath or Ram or any other friend who can write the raga nuances ( ofcourse Vatsan included ) in GR's music......
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PostPosted: Wed Jul 04, 2012 11:59 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Music of KOT continuing…….

Let us also go back to the musical scenario then in 1960-61……..

The fag end of the 1950s was silently and slowly witnessing a change in the trend , the way a lyric is musically presented …..it was no longer pure carnatic raga based composition ….but more of semi classical and it was termed as MELLISAI ……2 gentlemen who were largely instrumental and attributable to this change were our own MSV-TKR……

Movies like Padhibhakthi, malayittamangai, Bagaprivinai, Pudhaiyal ….1958-59 releases were very popular….in between, there was Sivagangai seemai which again was more classical

In the midst of such a force growing by strengths , G.Ramanathan whose start was in the 1940, continued to give outstanding songs for movies like Sri Valli,Arasilankumari, Veerapandiya kattabomman, Uthamaputhiran, Kathavarayan, Ambigapathy,Sarangadhara etc…..

GR was not behind …..he had already brought in lateral change through Yaradee nee mohini, Unazagai kanniyar sonnadhinaale, Vaaraai nee vaaraai, Ulavum thendral kaatriniley…….these 4 songs are more than enough to speak volumes of GR's mastery over the western music and synchronised beautifully with south indian music..

The start of the 1960s had Mannadhi mannan and Thangapadhumai…..

1961 is the peak year for the Paa series ………. Now, during the relevant year when our KOT was released, the duo gave some splendid hits like the Paa series Pavamannippu, Pasamalar and Palum pazamum…. the songs of KOT were resounding success and continue to feature on Janunary 26th and August 15th…..I emphatically say that when it comes listing the songs attributable to freedom struggle, KOT stands tall above all the movies including Kattabomman …….

One can say that G.Ramanathan was one great composer who died while at the peak of his prowess ( 1963 )….GR, like another genius Naushad Ali, composed only 90 odd movies but each one is a precious ornament even today…… So long as the musical world remembers M.K.T., they will never forget GR the genius……..

Sangeetha Chakravarthy G.Ramanathan will always be remembered as one of the greatest composers of tamil cinema music………..
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PostPosted: Wed Jul 04, 2012 1:01 pm    Post subject: Resp. Reply with quote

Thanks Balaji for the engaging write-up(s) and the follow through as well. I promise I will give the song of KOT another hear before I even venture out to mapping those songs against raagas. Sampath and NYM would be better choices for discernment of raagas.

GR is a treasure trove of music. I believe he was introduced to Rock and Roll a day before the composition of yArade nee mohini. He was asked by one of associates to accompany him to a Hollywood movie supposed to be featuring music of the Rock-n-Roll kind. GR now listens to first song portayed on the silver screen, turns to his associate and softly exclaims..."Ha..so this is what Rock-n-Roll music, is it ?!!?" ,gets up and disappears. So, all he required to make a genre of music all his own was to lend a casual ear to it only once !!! There is a missing piece in yAradi nee mOhini,a piece that is not played either on TV or on radio. That piece can be termed well and truly as "Rock-n-Roll unleashed".

A man who started with the likes of "soppana vAzvhil magizhnthu" for MKT had his penultimate movie strewn with light music of the highest order....the movie being "deivathhin deivam". He could re-invent himself inside out too..."nee illAtha ulagathhilE", "annamE sornamE", "enn AruyirE" are great examples GR's forays into light music. "en AruyirE" sung by PBS and SJ is a prime depiction of GR's sense of comfort in the "raaga less" territory, that is classical light music !!! GR comes through with a sense of rediscovered abandonement here , lets his proverbial hair down and simply has a tuneful fun !!! In this song he discovers that setting the orchestration embellishment around the tune for a "light" song is less than an infant's play for him, such is the seamless ease with which he had stepped into territories foreign to him, until then !!! More later......Thanks for the opportunity !!!
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PostPosted: Mon Mar 04, 2013 6:21 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Grt writing Balaji and Vatsan about GR. Yes, GR had to change his style of music after the advent of VR and their soaring popularity evident in his last full movie Deivaithin Deivam (what songs!). Adding to the list of songs you have mentioned about the way he mixed carntic and western styles, I want to add the P Suseela song "Then Maduvai Vandinam Thedi Varum" in "Puthumaipithan", which reminds me always of the famous PS solo in Uthamaputhiran "Un Azhagai kanniyargal kandadinale". Also in "Dr Savitri" there is another superb P Leela no. with piano enchanting preludes and interludes ..."Thensuvai Mevum Senthamizh Geetham".

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