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In memoriam…. Mumbai 11/26

Posted by ElJay Arem (IMC OnAir) on November 27, 2008

Dear Listeners and Friends of India!

… from given cause our regular transmission of “Raga CDs of the Months” in December has been cancelled. Instead “IMC – India meets Classic” will broadcast

In Memoriam… Mumbai, 11/26 – Ragas of Peace

(Listen from the Archive: Hi-Fi Stream | Lo-Fi Stream | webbased MediaPlayer
PDF download: moderation script (Eng/DE) | playlist | Gitanjali poems of R. Tagore)

on 2nd December 2008 (09:00-09:58 p.m. CET) and on 4th December 2008 (03:00-03:58 a.m. Indian time) worldwide via Internet Radio in German-English language.

Background

Mumbai, India’s financial and film capital was attacked from sea on 26th November 2008 at 10 different places. The background of terror and reasons behind are yet unclear. The attack on public places and battles till the dissolution by Indian safety, police and military forces entailed more than 170 victims and approx. 300 injured persons.

In Memoriam

At the time of broadcasting the editorship has 126 names on the (official) list. We call out in memoriam of the lost souls and beloved ones during this transmission on 2nd and 4th December 2008.

Condolence: Light a candle…

(see the list of subscribers here)

In Memoriam - Mumbai 11/26

Carnatic: AalapRagam Hindolam (Raga Malkauns)
(with courtesy) of Flutist B.V. Balasai on the Bansuri (Bamboo)

(origin: CD ‘Madhura Marutham’ (1999, HMV Sangeetha))

at least 125 dead, 327 injured… (Trust of India – 11/27/08 – 09:58 pm)
195 killed, some 295 wounded… (AP – The Associate Press – 11/29/08 – 07:00 pm)


Motive for broadcasting…

India has fallen far over the borders of the South Asian subcontinent into a deep mourning and is continuously in kind of state of shock.

This crucial event has an outstanding meaning and impact onto the future of a modern democratic India. Cultural values and traditions actually are of inestimable importance for stabilisation and orientation.

Music as the universal language and as the creator, as it is understood in Indian music system shall speak to us as an expression of the common cross all community borders by peaceful Ragas (e.g. Lalit, Bhairavi, Karaharapriya, Bilaval, Gauri and Abhogi) on 2nd and 4th December …

Our deep sympathy
– ElJay Arem –
(editor’s leadership / founder of IMC – India meets Classic)

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