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Moderation Script (09/2007): The Sarangi Project! – The voice of a 100 colours (Raga CDs of the Months)

Posted by ElJay Arem (IMC OnAir) on September 4, 2007

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IESE programme: Inside India (Febr 04-08, 2008)

Posted by ElJay Arem (IMC OnAir) on September 4, 2007

IESE programme - University of Navarra

February 4 – 8, 2008
India has emerged as a critical player in today’s global markets. With one of the largest and fastest-growing economies in the world, India offers both market and cost-saving opportunities. Without a doubt, CEOs and managers in the global business world need to understand the capabilities of this rising country and its role in the increasing interdependence of Asian, European and US economies.Inside India is a program that gives participants a first-hand view of doing business in India. It introduces leaders of companies – large or small – to India’s unique business context, while covering a range of key topics. Sessions are led by faculty from IESE Business School and ISB, the Indian School of Business. The program will inlcude talks by eminent speakers with first-hand experience in the public and corporate sectors. Many of these sessions will take place on company premises.

Facts about India

  • The largest democracy and second country in the world to pass the 1 billion population mark

  • Average GDP growth 7.6% in 2005 est., 9.2% 2006 exp.

  • 6th largest GDP in the world: $3.6 trillion (adjusted for PPP)

  • Third largest population of English speakers in the world

  • Predicted to be the third largest economy in the world by 2050

The Program Objectives Structure How You Will Benefit Faculty Details

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Why an IESE Programme ?

Powerful Alliances
IESE is consistently ranked as one of Europe’s leading business schools (No. 1 provider of executive education in Europe and No. 4 in the world, Financial Times, 2003) With its strategic alliances with top US business schools, as well as other leading institutions, IESE designs and delivers programs with a truly global perspective and the most up-to-date knowledge on management issues.

Program Design & Structure
IESE’s programs focus on the most pressing challenges facing managers today. By combining faculty from renowned institutions with outside contributors from the business sector, and blending academic material, real-life case studies, and other learning methods, participants obtain both a conceptual framework and the practical tools to implement an effective strategy the moment they return to the office.

Participants
Given our strict criteria in the selection of participants, IESE’s programs are an excellent opportunity to share and discuss knowledge with colleagues and other professionals from a wide range of sectors and diverse geographical locations.

The IESE Experience
IESE takes a holistic approach to program design. We strive to provide an ideal setting for interaction between participants both in and out of the classroom. In this sense, Barcelona, with its Gothic Quarter, art nouveau architecture and attractive sea-front area is one of our strongest allies. IESE’s focus on service ensures that participants are free to concentrate fully on learning and networking.

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Raga CDs of the Months (07/09): “The Sarangi Project! … The Voice of a 100 Colours”

Posted by ElJay Arem (IMC OnAir) on September 4, 2007

In the expenditure for September of the regular show Raga CDs of the Month IMC OnAir’s main topic is “The Sarangi Project! … The Voice of a 100 Colours“.

The title of the radio show “The Sarangi Project!” leans against it’s name patron of rescue initiatives for the Sarangi of the 90th (last century) in England and the U.S.A.. In far parts of India also in the neighbour regions of Nepal and Pakistan… and from music lovers all over the world, emigrants of Indian nationality the Sarangi appears in consciousness particularly threatened by extinct. – The September show follows the question whether this picture is still to be confirmed in the 21st century?

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Lucknow Sarangi (source: India-Instruments.de)

The Sarangi is an Indian bowed string instrument, the Indian fidel. Around it’s origin different myths and theories climb. The Sarangi could led back on a pupil of the large Pythagoras, the Egyptian Boo Ali Ibn Sina.

The Sarangi or Saurangi is well-known in India characteristically as “the voice of hundred colours”. The Idiom is derived from two words of the official national language Hindi: “sau” means “100” and “rang” is translated to “colour”.

date of broadcasting: 4th September 2007– 09:00 p.m. (MESTZ)
broadcasting plan | streaming (Internet Radio & Mobile Radio) | podCast

If one gets the Sarangi sound for the first time to the ears she or he may be surprised a little of it’s twangy, pulled, metallically sounding tone with a pronounced echo.

The Sarangi is far superior for the accentuation of Raga scales to all in the Western World known Indian instruments like the Sarod, Santoor or Sitar. The Sarangi is the most difficult instrument of India to be played.

Sir Yehudi, the large violonist of the Western Classical period, was occupied on its numerous India journeys intensively with this music culture. He judged of the Sarangi as follows – and in special over the play of Ram Narayan, the great master of this instrument, who is in India equated with the Sarangi:

The Sarangi embodies most authentically
the origin Indian string instrument played with a bow.
It expresses the Indian soul, it’s feelings and
Indian thinking soonest.

Playlist: Zohaib Hassan (Lahore, Pakistan) – Raga Bhairav; Ram Narayan – Raga Alaiya Bilawal (TV documentation – STAR UTSAV); Ruchira Kale (Vocals) – Saiyan More (Semi Classical Music); Rashid Khan (Vocals – Khyal) – Mehmood Dhaulpuri (Harmonium) – Murad Ali (Sarangi) – Raga Jogkauns; Gouri Banerjee (Sarangi) – Pt. Kishore Banerjee (Tabla) – Raga Madhubanti (Vilambit – Ektaal, Drut – Teentaal); Dilshad Khan (Sarangi) – Pandit Mukesh Jadhav (Tabla) – Raga Charukeshi (1st Indian Festival 2007, Grenoble); Sultan Khan/Ikram Khan (Sarangi Duo) – Hanif Khan/Nandan Mehta (Tabla Duo) – Raga Nat Bhairav (Saptak Festival 2005)

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