Topic started by Siva Chockalingam (@ ecargie1.nortelnetworks.com) on Wed Nov 24 15:59:14 EST 1999.
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I am going to work on a flute solo cd album. The
problem is I don't know what kind of Music I should record to attract all ages.
I have some things in mind.
1. Devotional Tunes (eg. Kandha Shasti, Suprapatham etc.,)
2. Instrumental Tamil and Hindi Cinema Tunes
3. Carnatic Music in western style (using
PLEASE GIVE ME SOME HINTS OR IDEAS.
You can also check out my music section at
sivasweb.com and click on music
- From: Kishore (@ unknown-11-98.clorox.com)
on: Sat Nov 27 19:51:37 EST 1999
Check out Kadri Gopalnath's Melody waves 1 & 2,
and devotional waves(?) - all on HMV/RPG/EMI.
He's using his saxophone to recreate semi-classical and popular film numbers (tamil). This is probably the easiest to do, since the music is not changed at all.
The carnatic music in western style sounds intriguing- e.g. Kadri's Southern Brothers, The Veena Concerto on OMI and some of Chittibabu's albums (Temple Serenade, Wedding Bells). This is probably more difficult since you've got to compose the music and it's a bigger stretch for your audience to get into. Of course, your audience is a lot smaller - there is just a small niche that listens to fusion stuff and of that an even smaller one for indi-fusion.
In any case, let me know when you release something and good luck!
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