Some weeks ago there was a request on the Usenet newsgroup, rec. This abstract is in response to that query. The discussion will be short, and our treatment wholly confined to the manner in which the scale has been processed within the Hindustani system. Since the raga is a relatively recent entrant it is still in a state of gestation in the Hindustani mind. Which means there is no one dominant interpretation.
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The repertoire of our century old Hindi film music boasts of a wide range of songs based on a variety of classical Hindustani ragas. Instead of composing these songs in a typical classical style which may appeal only to a select niche audience, our music directors have time and again proved their mettle to draw inspiration from our vast legacy of classical music and modify it to suit the mood and setting of the visual medium of cinema. Sometimes the song completely adheres to the basic technicalities of the raga, sometimes the raga is touched upon only lightly and at other times the raga is mixed with other ragas to give the necessary appeal. Lyricists, singers and finally the actors and actresses add their own magic to enhance the appeal and reach of these ragas to the large base of film-viewing populace of our country. In this blog-post, I have chosen Raga Charukeshi one with beautiful hair a comparatively recent entrant from Carnatic music into Hindustani classical music. In Hindustani music a specific time is considered best to bring out the emotions of the raga and Charukeshi is associated with late afternoon or night. Here is a superb piece on the raga rendered by Pandit Sanjeev Abhyankar.
It is called Tarangini in Muthuswami Dikshitar school of Carnatic music. The mnemonic name is Bana-Sri. The mnemonic phrase is sa ri gu ma pa dha ni. It is the shuddha madhyamam equivalent of Rishabhapriya , which is the 62nd melakarta. Lalgudi Jayaraman , the acclaimed violinist and composer, has composed a very popular varnam in Charukesi called Innum En Manam. This varnam was a favorite of Maharajapuram Santhanam , who began a large chunk of his concerts with this song. Palayamam Parameswari, a composition of Sri.
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