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Archive for September 4th, 2011

A – Raga CDs of the Months (09/11): Evening & Night Ragas – Violin (part 1)

Posted by ElJay Arem (IMC OnAir) on September 4, 2011

The Indian self understanding of >late evening< following a long working day is “be funny” and “joyfulness”. The raga group of kafi, bageshri and sindura ragas represent this mood. The evening ragas like yaman, shree, marwa and purvi can wake the emotions of prosperity and active live.

date of broadcasting …

11th September 2011 – 11:00 p.m. CET (05:00 pm EST) @ Radio FRO (A)
(premiere: 23rd October 2006 @ Tide 96.0 FM)
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Evening and night ragas – part 1 with some listening examples of the Indian violine … also see part 2 (broadcasted on 25th September 2011 @ Radio FRO). – First time the violine was introduced in India at it’s times of the British colonialisms at the end of the 18th early 19th century. This western instrument was picked up in the southern part of India enthusiastically and soon became an integrative part of the Carnatic (South Indian) music.

The violin has the ability to reproduce every shadow nad nuance of the vocal music, however only some few representatives exist in the Northern part (Hindustani Music) less than in the Southern part of India. Especially the women established themselves as violin players like Kala Ramnath, Anupria or Sunita, daughter of the female violinist Minto Khaund or Sangeeta Shankar, Kala’s cousine and Gingger the niece of L. Shankar (violinist) and daughter of L. Subramaniam (violinist), all representatives of the younger music generation…

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A – Raga CDs des Monats (09/11): Abend- & Nachtragas – Violine, Teil 1 (evening & night) …

Posted by ElJay Arem (IMC OnAir) on September 4, 2011

Abend- & Nachtragas (Teil 1) – mit Hörbeispielen der indischen Violine … (s.a. Teil 2 mit Sendetermin am 25.09.2011 @ Radio FRO)

Nach einem arbeitsreichen Tag wird im indischen Verständnis der späte Abend als die Zeit des “Lustig seins und der Fröhlichkeit verstanden. Diese Stimmung verkörpern die Ragagruppe von Kafi, Bageshri und Sindura Ragas. Die Abendragas wie Yaman, Shree, Marwa oder Purvi können Glückseligkeit und ein Gefühl der Lebendigkeit wecken.

Sendetermine…

11. September 2011 – 23:00-23:58 Uhr CET (05:00 pm EST) @ Radio FRO (A)
(Premiere: 23. Oktober 2006 @ Tide 96.0 FM)
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Die Violine wurde erstmalig im kolonialen Indien des frühen neunzehnten Jahrhunderts eingeführt. Sie ist im südlichen Teil Indiens enthusiastisch aufgenommen worden und war bald ein integrierter Bestandteil der karnathischen, der südindischen Musik.

Obgleich das Instrument die Fähigkeit besitzt, jede Schattierung und Nuancierung der Gesangsmusik zu reproduzieren, gibt es weniger Vertreter im Norden als im Süden Indiens. Besonders aber die Frauen konnten sich auf der Violine in Indien etablieren, wie Kala Ramnath, Anupria oder Sunita, Tochter der Violinistin Minto Khaund oder Sangeeta Shankar, Kalas Cousine und Gingger, die Nichte von L. Shankar (Violine) und Tochter von Dr. L. Subramaniam (Violine), alles Vertreterinnen einer jüngeren Musikergeneration…

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Berlin Music Week 2011: Music Festivals to Take Over Berlin

Posted by ElJay Arem (IMC OnAir) on September 4, 2011

September 4, 2011, 6:00 am

Music Festivals to Take Over Berlin

By CHARLY WILDER
As Berlin embraces its increasing popularity as a tourist destination, the city is also learning how to capitalize on what might be its biggest draw: its profuse music and night-life offerings. And so the bells and whistles are out for the second edition of Berlin Music Week, which will engulf the city’s many bars, clubs and various repurposed urban spaces from Sept. 7 to 11.

The mega-fest is really an umbrella designation for several large music-related events: the international trade fair Popkomm; All2gethernow, a “new music and culture convention”; two multi-venue clubbing festivals (ClubNacht and ClubSpreeBerlin); and the week’s keystone: the two-day indie music extravaganza known as the Berlin Festival.

Now in its seventh year, the Berlin Festival will take place Sept. 9 and 10 in Tempelhof Airport, the 4,000-square-foot, bullet-pocked Nazi-built megalith that has been converted to park space. The festival caused a considerable fracas last year when severe understaffing led to its being cut short for fear of a Love Parade-style stampede.

But now under new organizers, the festival has beefed up its staff and stuffed its roster full of indie headliners like Suede, Beirut, Public Enemy, the Rapture and Santigold. Also on offer are a slew of homegrown and imported performers and D.J.’s, who will spin at Tempelhof on a set of moving turntables, and at Club Xberg, the festival’s after-hours clubbing venue, where Berlin’s nocturnal party rabble can get down to sets by Diplo, Hercules & Love Affair’s Andy Butler, DJ Hell and Boy George (yes, that Boy George) all in one frenzied, four-hour stretch.

(Source: 4th Sept 2011 – The NewYork Times – Transit)

Berlin Music Week 2011 – Hotspot Berlin

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