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  • esinesen

    Merhaba dear Shalu, sorry for my late reply. I loved Minoru Miki's music very much<3 Thanks a lot. I have heard some music from him. I think I should listen to his pieces much more. It's really relaxing and inspiring to paint while listening to music. You are very talented. Congratulations... Tomorrow, we will celebrate "Feast of national sovereignty and children's day". I'm happy. And I wish you a great day like a feast day...

    Ieri 18:29 Rispondi
  • antares10

    Hello dear Shalu! Thank you for your greetings and the lovely videos! I am fine, thank you and you? I cooking, preparing the Easter's dinner. Lots to do, I hope it will be OK. Outside the weather is gorgeous and I would like to take a walk in my favourite place, called "The cherries' valley" but I have no time. I would like to ask you some advices about Indian food :) I'll send a mail. Take care, my dear friend. All the best wishes and love from sunny Sweden :)

    20 Apr 12:19 Rispondi
  • Sylvestrian

    Greetings, Shalu. I discovered the Sahir Ludhianvi song on This Is My Jam where it was posted by someone that I follow. I thought it might interest you. Ludhianvi's "Brothels" is obviously a powerful poem. How often are films made that are based only on a poem‽ Whatever genius Ludhianvi possessed as a poet, using his romantic experiences merely as fodder for his writing would seem to make him not a good bet as a lover.

    17 Apr 17:04 Rispondi
  • Sylvestrian

    Hi, Shalu. I liked "Boondan Boondan" by Maatibaani so much that it's my post this week on This Is My Jam: http://www.thisismyjam.com/Sylvestrian Here's a piece from a 1964 Bollywood movie that I just heard, "Rang aur Noor ki baraat," sung by Mohammad Rafi: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z4t3IQx5U_A The fidelity isn't very good, I'm afraid. The translated snippet of Urdu lyrics that I saw indicates it might have very moving words.

    14 Apr 17:02 Rispondi
  • esinesen

    Hello dear Shalu, you have described very well the rain having beat against the window. You are right; it's really awesome. I love spring rain. And this time of the year generally it rains a lot. Today it's rainy. In the winter it didn't rain much. So we need rain in Turkey. Thank you for sharing the rich music culture of your country...For me, It's always a big pleasure to know Far East culture. Here is the video about Turkish music... I hope you will enjoy it. Have a great weekend my dear friend :-) Ömer Faruk Tekbilek - I love you http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lfgo1JW48uw

    11 Apr 11:44 Rispondi
  • Sylvestrian

    Hello, Shalu. I'm fine but sorry to hear that you're under the weather. I hope it isn't serious and you will soon be completely well. Thanks for the link to "Boondan Boondan" by Maati Baani. It took me a while to figure out that Noor Mohammed Sodha was the jodiya pawa player (and even what that uncommon instrument was) and that Ankita Joshi (singer on the left in the video) was a guest artist. Maati Baani is a couple (Kartik Shah, guitars, and Nirali Kartik, vocals) who make world music based on Hindustani classical music with Sufism and folk influences. I liked "Boondan Boondan" so much that I bought the EP on which it appears. I even bought the EP of Narati Kartik singing ragas. I expect and hope that Maati Baani will be bringing us much more of their artistic efforts. Thanks for exposing me to such interesting music makers.

    10 Apr 22:54 Rispondi
  • esinesen

    My sincere friend, your words made ​​me laugh a lot. And I think you're a very friendly person. You said that you were baking bread for breakfast. I sometimes make bread for breakfast too. I add warmish milk in the yeast before knead. After kneading process, I wait for the leavening. It's a great pleasure to see baked it in the oven. I love the smell of freshly baked bread. Thank you for sharing your hobbies with me... I wish you a sunny spring day with beautiful surprises and much joy...

    31 Mar 11:10 Rispondi
  • Sylvestrian

    Hi, Shalu. "Perfect Day" by Kindred Spirits is such a sweet song! I liked it very much. I'm glad you like Eric Whitacre's music. Also in that vein is "Brief Eternity" by Bobby McFerrin: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fGqjerNVbts If you only know of him from "Don't Worry, Be Happy," this piece might be a revelation. Have a happy week!

    31 Mar 2:45 Rispondi
  • antares10

    Hello dear Shalu! How are you? I am fine and happy, since it's a beautiful, sunny day today!! I'm going to take a walk in the woods soon. I have just watched at this amazing video and I want to share it with you. Enjoy! Thank you so much for the video of the skating couple. It's great, I love it! I love ice skating, unfortunately I can't do it myself. Have a wonderful day. Take care. Much love :) http://youtu.be/S1-LCnGojnw

    29 Mar 12:43 Rispondi
  • esinesen

    Merhaba dear Shalu, I'm doing well; my daughters too... Thank you for your great video. I haven't heard from Wu Man before. I must say she's genious... her fingers fly when she plays Chinese pipa... I have found her page on the music site Deezer. And I started to listen to her music. I wish you a great weekend with love and peace :-)

    22 Mar 13:34 Rispondi
  • Sylvestrian

    হ্যালো, আমার বন্ধু. Thanks for the links to the NPR Tiny Desk Concerts. I am familiar with them but a very irregular listener. It's interesting that you chose a performance by Cantus who are from the state of Minnesota where I live. Also interesting is their choice of an A.R. Rahman piece to perform. I was surprised to see The National playing in such a small space but I enjoyed their set. One of my favorite composers is Eric Whitacre who has put together several versions of his works rendered by a virtual choir: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eric_Whitacre#Virtual_Choir Here is one of his early efforts, Lux Aurumque: http://youtu.be/D7o7BrlbaDs শুভ ছুটির

    21 Mar 22:40 Rispondi
  • antares10

    Hello my dear Shalu. Thank you so much for the messages and the beautiful music with Nikhal Banerjee. I like it very much, very meditative! I have had a very busy time with school concerts (theatre and music), "open house" at school to show children and parents what we do, meetings. Early mornings, late evenings. I am tired but I do fine. Today I could take a walk in the woods after work (I finished earlier). It was great and very relaxing. I'll tell you more later in a pm. Take care my dear friend. Much happiness and love! :)

    20 Mar 23:38 Rispondi
  • tramp66

    Shalu my dear friend. I'm doing well. I hope you too. I've heard from the festival of Holi and I watched some reports here at TV news channels :) It seems cool, all this nice colors around the people. Nice to hear that you had fun :) I haven't cooked something special lately. Only fast food ;) and some fish and rice. I had not much time for cocking the last weeks. Bye bye

    20 Mar 8:36 Rispondi
  • Sylvestrian

    Thanks for "Bam Lahiri", Shalu. It's a very interesting and propulsive song.

    19 Mar 23:57 Rispondi
  • esinesen

    Dear Shalu, it's an awesome santoor music<3 I'm familiar with Shivkumar Sharma. I appreciate his music very much. Thank you. Here spring has arrived. The weather is warm and the sun is shinning. I love trees in blossoms. Here is a relaxing music of spring. Xiaogu ZHU - Love in Spring http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dqC06pCLhLY

    19 Mar 8:42 Rispondi
  • Sylvestrian

    Hello, Shalu! It sounds like you had a fine, if exhausting, time at the Holi festival. Coincidentally, I just read an article in The Atlantic magazine about the use of bhang during Holi: http://www.theatlantic.com/international/archive/2014/03/indias-high-holiday/284448/ The observation of the spring holiday might be good to do here since it's snowing right now!

    17 Mar 17:36 Rispondi
  • esinesen

    Dear Shalu, thank you very much for your kind words. The picture on my profile is a plum tree blossom. You know plum tree blooms first in spring. And It is sometimes deceived because of the warm weather in the late winter days. We have spent a rainless winter. It was warm. We wait for rain... Thank you also for your attention to the ongoing political unrest in Turkey. I loved so much the picture of the Indian dancer. I want to share with you, this video that I love... All the best. Joaquin Turina - Dedicatoria e nunca olvida http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4F_OdyVCH0Y

    17 Mar 16:41 Rispondi
  • Sylvestrian

    Thanks for the link to Chaurasia's "Song Of The River," Shalu. Having only heard him performing classical Indian music, this glimpse of him accompanied by electronic instruments was both interesting and a pleasure to hear.

    13 Mar 20:28 Rispondi
  • Sylvestrian

    Hi, Shalu. I see that you are listening to Hariprasad Chaurasia who is one of my favorite performers of classical Indian music. His playing of the bansuri makes him a great master of that instrument.

    10 Mar 15:18 Rispondi
  • antares10

    A very special greeting to you today, dear Shalu :) :) :) http://youtu.be/T8K3tnzcF0Q

    6 Mar 10:31 Rispondi
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