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PostPosted: Sun Nov 14, 2010 2:51 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

வாலியின் கூட்டத்தில் கேட்ட வாலி யின் கூற்று

எம் எஸ் வீ யின் மெட்டுக்கு சரியான பல்லவி வரவில்லை என்றால், மெல்லிசை மன்னர் வாலியை ஒன்றும் சொல்லமாட்டாராம் , தயாரிப்பு நிர்வாகியை கூப்பிட்டு
ஏன் வாலியை கூப்பிட்டுவரசொன்னால் யாரையோ கூப்பிட்டு வந்திருக்கியே என்பாராம்
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PostPosted: Mon Nov 15, 2010 11:15 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

dear all

these below comments should not find its place here , but still not inappropriate , hence given
these are comments on above news item
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11/15/2010 9:04:00 PM MR VAALI IS A GIFT TO TAMIL CINEMA. NO NEED TO COMPARE HIM WITH POET KANNADASAN. MSV IS A LEGEND INCOMPARABLE. HIS LILTING TUNES ARE A TREAT TO US FOR EVER. LONG LIVE BOTH!!
By S Raj


11/15/2010 2:22:00 PM His tunes told you who could be the hero - a different tune for Nadigar thilagam Sivaji and a different one for Makkazh Thilagam MGR. selection of instruments as per film subject ... we can keep on talking about the living legend we are blessed to have lived in the era of MSV-Kannadhasan, Vaali-TMS-P.Suseela amma- PBS and then of course Isaignani Ilayaraja-Vaali,Vairamuthu-SPB-S.Janaki amma.
By vishnu
11/15/2010 12:25:00 AM அவருக்கு நிகராக இன்னொருவர் இன்னும் பிறக்கவில்லை - பல்ரும் அறிந்த இந்த விவரத்தை, கவி வாலி சொல்லக்கேட்க சுகமாக இருக்கிறது... எத்தனை படஙகள் (கிட்டத்தட்ட 1750 !) அதில் எத்தனை ஆயிரம் பாடல்கள் நம் மனதில் வலம் வருகின்றது இன்றும் - தமிழில் பல புதுமைகள் கொன்டு வந்ததும் அவர்தான - ஒர் ராகத்தை மறுபடியும் கேட்பது மிகவும் அபூர்வம் ... அவருக்கு நிகராக இன்னொருவர் இன்னும் பிறக்கவில்லை ; பிறக்கப்போவதும் இல்லை. வாழ்க மெல்லிசை மன்னர் வாழ்க கவி வாலி அவர்கள். MSV's enchanting and mesmerising melodies will live for ever. He is the most versatile music director the world has ever seen, but since he contributed to our language and not English, he is not world famous ! most of his films all the songs will be good and are still heard . I have had the blessing to watch him score tunes - casually so many tunes will go to the bin while confirming one of them, he will not even preserve the one not used for future use! his one song could feed the music for one whole film, so rich and wealthy. Great MSV ! His tunes t
By vishnu
11/15/2010 12:23:00 AM The great creator MSV has been left in lurch due to ineptness in handling in business-like fashion his own creations. Compare this with how Ilayraja sold the rights to a Singapore based firm, minting a few lakhs. Childlike approach of MSV truly belongs only to 20th century, as told by Valli! Coming from a close friend like Vaali celebrating 80th year of age, gives the idea of how things were; compare it with the present, with self-proclaimed half-wits claiming glory, where none exists. My Congrats to whole of yesteryear's team for bestowing us with a great treasure of ever-lasting songs, fully occupying and fulfilling our hearts & souls indelibly.
By ASHWIN
11/14/2010 12:04:00 PM Kavignar Vaali deserves all respect and appreciation from all of us, in the same way MSV deserves for his matchless music. Unless the new musicians learn the unique methods from MSV, the current tamil cinema songs will be buried under instrumental noise only.
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PostPosted: Sun Mar 13, 2011 10:14 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

the following is the answer by PBS to the dinamani reporter

thank you dinamani , and PBS

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[b]எம்.எஸ்.விஸ்வநாதனுக்குப் பெரிய அங்கீகாரம் இல்லை என எல்லோருக்கும் வருத்தம் இருக்கிறதே[/b]?


அவருக்கு அங்கீகாரமும் விருதுகளும் கிடைத்தால் சந்தோஷப்படுகிற முதல் ஆள் நான்தான். ஆனால் அவருக்கு அதெல்லாம் இல்லை என்பதில் எனக்கு மட்டுமே அதிக வருத்தம்.


அவரைக் கூட இருந்து பார்த்தவன், ரசித்தவன் என்ற முறையில் இன்னும் எனக்கு அதிக வருத்தம். ஆனால் அவரைப் பாருங்கள்... விழாக்களில் முதல் ஆளாகக் கலந்து கொள்கிறார். எதையும் எதிர்பாராமல் வாழ்கிறார். அவரிடம் இளம் தலைமுறை கற்றுக் கொள்ள வேண்டியவை நிறைய இருக்கின்றன.


கலைஞர்களையும், எழுத்தாளர்களையும் கௌரவிக்காத தேசம் சீக்கிரமாகவே வீழும். தமிழ் இசைக்கு ஒரு புதிய பாதையை அமைத்து கொடுத்தது எம்.எஸ்.வி.தான். அவரை மறந்தால் இந்த வாழ்வு நம்மைப் பழிக்கும்.

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PostPosted: Mon Mar 21, 2011 1:02 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

The simplicity of PBS, his prophetic advice to the present generation as well as his anguish over poor or no recognition to our MM speaks volumes of his understanding of the true musical genius.

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PostPosted: Sun Feb 05, 2012 7:49 am    Post subject: A 100 Goes unsung! Reply with quote

The Friday Review of the Hindu dated 2nd Feb, 2012 features reminiscences of Mr. Ravishankar, S/o the legendary producer-director-actor-gentleman B R Panthulu, one of the producers whom I greatly admire for his commitment to our culture, history and ethos. I bow to him for his films on historical figures of Tamilnadu like Kattabomman and Va.U.Si despite his hailing from another region of our country.

I give the link for the article at the end of this post. I also reproduce the two paragraphs on MSV.

........Musically, ‘Karnan' is of a calibre that few have surpassed. “When MSV wished to have sarangi, santoor, shehnai, dilruba and other such instruments rarely used in Tamil films, appa was all for it,” remembers Ravishankar. And not just ‘Karnan,' the Panthulu-Mellisai Mannar combo resulted in songs that will live on forever. ‘Bale Pandiya' is an example. “The film was completed in 15 days, with shooting going on simultaneously at three different places,” Ravishankar notes. Be it a humorous take, such as ‘Sabash Meena,' or a serious historical, it was Sivaji Ganesan that Panthulu went with.

Their last outing together was ‘Muradan Muthu,' after which the filmmaker opened a new innings with MGR. ‘Aayirathil Oruvan' was their first. “Appa felt MGR could have a fresh pair for ‘Aayirathil …' and the rest is history,” smiles Ravishankar. Jayalalithaa came on board as MGR's heroine for the first time and the pairing worked magic at the turnstiles. Then came ‘Nadodi,' another musical bonanza from MSV and TKR.......

Mr. Ravishankar has the grace to describe the music of 'Karnan' as of a calibre few (other films) have surpassed. He also records that the Panthulu-Mellisai Mannar combo resulted in songs that would last for ever. He has mentioned 'School Master' in Kannada in which Panthulu has acted but has forgotten to mention the Tamil 'School Master' featuring Gemini which had MSV's great songs like 'oedi vaangadaa,' 'velai vandhu kooppittadhum,' 'thannanthanimaiyile,' and another by Susila which I don't recall immediately.

He has mentioned that Nadodi's music was by MSV-TKR but it was only MSV. I am mentioning this for the sake of record.

This was a thoughtful thread started by Mr. VK and I suggest that people who come across any reference to MSV may record it here so that this forum will have all these references for posterity.

Let us pay homage to the great BR Panthulu on his centinary.


http://www.thehindu.com/todays-paper/tp-features/tp-fridayreview/article2854970.ece
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PostPosted: Tue Feb 07, 2012 10:00 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Dear Sir,
Thanks for the link, and your summary. One could visualise the difficulties this person had assumed to bring in grandeur in south Indian movies. And thanks to his son for speaking about MM!
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