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THE HINDU SPEAKS ON MUSIC

11.0 VIEWS AND OBSERVATIONS

11.1 Palghat Mani Iyer speaks out 489 11.2 What ails Carnatic music today 497 11.3 Rasikas can play a positive role 501 11.4 The role of a critic 504 11.5 Taking music to the people 507 11.6 Male chauvinism 512 11.7 On listening to music 514 11.8 Engaging voices all but no power 518 11.9 Mike, a big boon to the weak-voiced 521 11.10 Lost primacy of the vocal artiste 524 11.11 New song boom blurs perspective 528 11.12 Classicism calls for a deeper felicity 530 11.13 Cutchery makes a catchy art of Carnatic music 533 11.14 Concern for harmony in performance 536 11.15 Dubious songs pollute stream of classicism 538 11.16 The twin tyranny 540 11.17 What constitutes classicism? 543 11.18 The past, present and future 545 11.19 Primacy for lakshya or lakshana? 547 11.20 The mechanical bent 549 11.21 The maya of tempo in music 551 11.22 The challenge and the response 553 11.23 Declining stature of veena 556 11.24 Pallaki Seva Prabandham 559



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