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Last week it was Vani Jairam and I was immediately reminded of her fans in this forum (esp Naaz). Ravi[/i]Ravi_odiyur - No, I did not get to see it, but would be great if you can share/provide more details about the programme and the list of songs etc.Her vocal prowess has not diminished a bit with age (maybe due to the constant practice) and the range of songs that figured on the programme were also nice - included her film songs, ghazals (in diff languages) and other variety of songs. Thanks for sharing this bit of news, I had no idea about the show.Hi all, Hope you had a chance to see the programme Sangamam on Vijay TV last Saturday (Dec 17th).This is a programme hosted by singer Mathangi featuring one or two singers each week.The song seems to validate the text on the surface, but under it lie a series of rhetorical strategies that are a true KD marvel.We are taken into the song with a vow, yet KD immediately reminds the listener that that is from a book.Neel D - There is a list of Tamizh Sangams at the website.
After all, the story that the song tries to deconstruct is a well known one, and that's the only requirement.
Right from the get go, the song establishes its cross-referential leanings.
The text is The Ramayana, and KD wants to explore its contemporary ramifications.
While these two duets are lovely, some songs have something in them to deserve the phrase "just out of this world", like the VJ-KJY duet below. The duet with JA is typical SC: Melody with a built-in contrapuntal device!
Brisk with JA and undulating with VJ - the move to Maamalaiyile..the chorus, is inspired. Neel D - I hope you don't mind if I continue the discussion of the Savitri song here.
Wish it had lasted one hour like it did for some other singers on the same programme series.