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Can instrumental version of the Songs be considered the BGM score for a movie Can instrumental version of the Songs be considered the BGM score for a movie

Topic started by UV (@ 134.113.203.137) on Tue Nov 21 13:13:50 EST 2000.
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I have watched few movies like Alaipayuthe ,Mudhalvan and latest Tenali ,the BGM score was interesting in the sense MD plays the instrument version of the songs as BGM.
Every MD has his/her own style i think this will be the latest trend for BGMS.
This means either the MDs are too busy or too lazy to come up with some interesting BGM or it is their trademark style your thoughts on this.
Did the concept of BGM was there in 60s i mean they used to have a band play the bgm or a same set of bgms for eg for pathos one type and for horro or thrill one type and these same get repeated in different movies.
My work is done here i will leave it to the experts


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