The next shift is to the note Panchama, and we get the notes of Raga Shankarabaranam. India is a glittering tapestry of diversity and within this diversity there is something that is uniquely Indian. He used the same Mridangum for Sa and Pa. Shat 6 ja giving birth to Each musician has his own Shadja which becomes the tonic graham or aadhara note for him. While the second century text, the Natya Sahastra, renumerates the nine basic rasas, an attempt is made here to present our version of these through music using a heap of creativity and imagination. Music is not just an expression of a musician’s thoughts or ideas, but is also a reflection of his or her own contemporary social life. It’s like wearing a jibba with jeans or having idli-vadai-sambhar and pizza-noodles on the same day or may be talking Tanglish or having the wedding reception even before the marriage is solemnized.
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Manoranjani, as the name aptly suggests this album was conceived to bring relaxation to the mind. This new opening also gives us the freedom ijdia play the janya ragas or Ragas having the same notes of Raga Hari Kambodhi.
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Graha means home Bedam means to change or to alter. In this album, we are presenting a unique concept called the Graha Bedam. For example, in our concerts we sometime fix the aadhaara Sa little lower so that I would be able to sing comfortably. Shat 6 ja giving birth to Each musician has his own Shadja which becomes the tonic graham or aadhara note for him.
If he is an instrumental playerthen the Shadja is fixed according to the timbre and texture of the instrument. Graha Bedam is a concept where, in a given raga you ganesh kumaresh colours of india a different raga without changing the sruti and the notes of the given raga. Aksharam is a concept that has focused on rhythm or laya and used the same numerical values for all the other three elements of Raga, Bhakthi and Sahitya. In our society, we generally see conflicting elements getting together almost like a confluence.
Differences in tradition, culture, language, philosophies, religion etc play a part to give a unique sound to the musical expressions. How do we do it? After Raga Sahana we jump ganesh kumaresh colours of india The next note Ga.
Dedicated by the artistes to the land of Ahimsa. K V Gopalakrishnan was patiently watching Easwaran sir tuning his instrument for each Raga change. India has gifted the ultimate monument of love – the Taj Mahal – to the world.
We have taken raga Saramati where in we have played the evergreen Mokshamugalada of St Thyagaraja.
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It means that every musician has the right to fix his pitch according to his convenience, voice or his mood on a particular day or time. Indian music like the wider cultural ethos of the sub-continent is all about assimilation, re-invention and confluence of diverse influences. To express, we communicate. Here the only catch is that we cannot play bashanga ragas which are janyas of Raga Hari Kambodhi like raga Raga KamasRaga Chenjuruti etc.
These expressions help artists to convey musically what they feel. Ganesh-Kumaresh presents a scintillating recital of carnatic music pieces augmented with western strings, keyboards and percussion skillfully woven around the theme of ganesh kumaresh colours of india nava rasas or the nine basic emotions.
Now we are traversing the octave of Raga Hari Kambodhi. In music, too, this proclivity manifests itslef all-round.
Since there are 12 positions to an octave we can say a group of 12 musicians can approximately have 12 different Shadjas.
It is soothing and transports the listeners to a world full of freshness and joy and a new gxnesh feeling. Now we get Raga Nata Bhairavi. The link between tradition and modernity comes when the sampradayam of music reflects itself through the modern vision of each musician.
Classical ragas, folk tunes, mordern rhythm combine in a heady melange of sounds both traditional and contemporary. Music is not just an expression of a musician’s thoughts or ideas, but is also a reflection of his or her own contemporary social life.
India is a glittering tapestry of diversity coliurs within this diversity there is something that is uniquely Indian. Contrasts and confluences of all kinds have always found musical expression from earliest of times to date.
Aksharam will portray all four elements with a stress on numbers. One thambura was not sufficient for the entire album We needed 7 different tamburas for the seven different ragas that we have played to give the right sruti for each raga and also to bring out the essence of the raga that is being played.