Best Song of the Year (2013)

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Re: Best Song of the Year (2013)

Post  kiru on Mon Jan 20, 2014 11:46 pm

kamalaakarsh wrote:The most calmful and peace inducing composition of 2013 is Mugilo (for me), rendered by Raaja (not the duet version; i am sad that Raaja allowed that butchering). Period.

Yes, it is also one of the most intricately woven from an orchestration point-of-view. I see most audience is focussed on tune (for eg. based on the songs chosen here and the # of views for ennOdu vaa vaa -1 mil vs saRRu munbu/muthal muRai - 200K in youtube)  . This is the reason why others are able to do music business - Raja is not able to convert this advantage -orchestration/polyphonic composition skills - to market advantage, IMHO.

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Re: Best Song of the Year (2013)

Post  fring151 on Tue Jan 21, 2014 1:18 am

kiru wrote:
kamalaakarsh wrote:The most calmful and peace inducing composition of 2013 is Mugilo (for me), rendered by Raaja (not the duet version; i am sad that Raaja allowed that butchering). Period.

Yes, it is also one of the most intricately woven from an orchestration point-of-view. I see most audience is focussed on tune (for eg. based on the songs chosen here and the # of views for ennOdu vaa vaa -1 mil vs saRRu munbu/muthal muRai - 200K in youtube)  . This is the reason why others are able to do music business - Raja is not able to convert this advantage -orchestration/polyphonic composition skills - to market advantage, IMHO.

Orchestration and all is not trendy or fashionable unless an unplugged version with dapper and good looking singer and violinist goes viral on youtube. Think NenjukkuLLE.

P.S: Doesn't hurt if the composer appears to be in a trance in said video.

P.P.S: Other option is to advertise the scoresheet on twitter. In the past, that's been found to work pretty well in reaching out to teens and youth listeners.

Wish someone floats these ideas to IR.

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Re: Best Song of the Year (2013)

Post  kiru on Tue Jan 21, 2014 5:46 am

@fring - :-)
Yeah.. IR is building Formula 1 cars when the audience is happy with their 3 series and Audis.
BTW, Megha disappeared on Spotify, I hope the project has not run into rough weather and we end up with an unreleased movie.

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