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Friday, July 18, 2008
Friday Review Thiruvananthapuram
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‘Each branch of music has got its unique quality’
Though musicians have been able to identify 222 compositions of Swati Tirunal, in my book there are 393 compositions.
Poetic ventures in music
Music director and singer Shahabaz Aman believes in quality and not quantity.
Tuned to each other
A classical music concert by the Trichur Brothers, Srikrishna Mohan and Ramkumar Mohan, was soaked in gurubhakti.
In praise of his guru
Sreevalsan J. Menon’s superb recital paid tribute to his guru, the late Neyyattinkara Vasudevan.
A lakalkku,’ a collection of Malayalam ghazals composed by Shahabaz Aman, is special because everything gels perfectly – the music, the lyrics and the singing. It helps when the writers happen to be Kamala Das, Kadammanitta, ...
Tale of two cities
Regards Croisés Franco-Indiens’ is an artistic link between two cities, Chandigarh and Firminy, which have some of Le Corbusier’s best architectural monuments.
Entries invited for Amrita TV’s talent hunt for citizen journalists.
Yet another music-based reality show makes its bow on the tube. This one aims at spotting wannabe playback singers – male and female. The winner stands to win prizes and a chance to sing in films.
Forty-six participants have been ...
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