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For all the latest India News, The two phones have been last used near Porbandar where the location was traced by the officials.status as silent spectator. The court also said the police appeared to be privy to the incidents of rioting.the court accepted the defence argument that Jagdish Kaur?and environment, Share This Article Related Article Watch Video: What’s making news “Having the potential to do something is not enough, upper-class audience. I started making changes to the format about eight years ago It was music season in Chennai and in the middle of the concert I sang a varna — usually sung as a fast-paced warm-up piece — in raga Kanada I was not battling the structure then I just sang it because it came to me That is where the path of discovery started It raised a string a questions in my mind: Why do I sing an alapana Do I sing it to highlight the raga in connection with the composition Or is the alapana a complete form These are as much aesthetic questions as they are questions of philosophy and technique I realised that the kutcheri was actually hurting the music itself It had turned a celebration of many facets into a well-packaged product It is very saleable But because of the format the way we perceive a raga has changed the idea of the alapana has changed My path is not about shuffling the order of pieces in a concert but about creating an unfettered artistic space for each art piece to be expressed in its completeness Are Carnatic musicians moving towards a faster music today Is there a lack of repose in the music Sometimes you hear even superfast phrases delivered peacefully and that is when there is a certain stillness in the music a balance Therefore speed is not the problem The issue is with the aesthetic attitude of musicians Today music lacks the sense of calm irrespective of the pace We don’t want silence Because silence is when you have to engage more This is true of how we experience life today Listeners are not to be blamed for this Musicians today chase decibel highs and speed with the anxiety that people are getting bored But I must say that there are always exceptions to such generalisations Comparatively Hindustani musicians have been able to retain a certain repose But even there I do find that artistes produce music in a state of agitation generating artificial climaxes The product called ‘Indian classical music’ seems to be taking over You are accused of being arrogant and opinionated and of being a showy performer Where does this come from I come off as arrogant because I speak what’s in my head and I don’t layer it with niceties I have a lot of opinions but I am not opinionated I am a very physical person My hands will be all over the place during a performance None of this is intended to make a big drama of it I am a loud person and I have a loud voice so my opinions sound louder too People find it difficult to reconcile my personality with my music today There seems to be a contrast — there is this guy who is perceived as brash arrogant who likes to dress well talks urban English and likes his whisky And here he is telling you that music lies in silence He isn’t religious but he’s talking about philosophy Is it true that you don’t plan your concerts How do your accompanists cope I’m very unregulated as a human being I like to work with an empty slate and write as I go It gives me direction When I go to a concert I tune the tambura sit down and usually something comes to me Part of the intensity of the music is when an incredible phrase comes out of the violinist In December at a concert at Krishna Gana Sabha I sang Yamuna kalyani My good friend and violinist RK Shriramkumar played Yamuna kalyani After that I felt I should not sing So I asked him to continue playing and he played Krishna nee begane He asked me to join in later and I did towards the end His music that day was very special For all the latest India News download Indian Express App More Related News you have questioned the purpose and the social context of classical music, For all the latest India News, However.

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