Sunday, September 7, 2008

Madhuram Jeevamrutha Bindu

Bangla and Malayalam are two languages that I have wanted to learn so desperately. One has the quality of the soft, tender touch of love and the other of the romantic eruptions of a bubbling amorous youth!

My love for Malayalam started at a very young age due to the influence of my relations in Trivandrum and was fed by those numerous (brilliant) movies I used to watch as I grew up. Yet I am so far away from appreciating its poetical works and try to brush up my knowledge by occasional conversations with my friends in broken Malayalam.

This song is for my dear friend, Asha who is making a determined effort in getting me to sing more Malayalam numbers in the process of enriching my vocabulary in this beautiful language.

Madhuram Jeevamrutha Bindu for you from the movie Chenkol, originally sung by Chithraji

Madhuram Jeevamrutha Bindu at Muziboo.com

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

Adithi, super aayittundu tto! Delighted that I am the first one to comment on this.The feel is perfect - job done very well! As we'd say 'adi poli'! Asha

sujan said...

Good one adithi....voice is superb sang well as usual.....good one....

Jenni said...

Very good singing. I liked the song. Keep it up :)

AJ said...

Adithi,

Didn't understand even a word but just loved the song and ur voice.....u have such a beautiful voice.....just develop some more confidence in ur voice at specific places (3:48) and u will be the next "Shreya" of the blogger world...:)...

Do let me know what the song conveys???

N V Krishnan said...

Adithi…

Very good rendition as I had anticipated even prior to starting to play the song. A very difficult song that it is, you handled quite well. Very good modulations and almost perect sangatis. Only felt the energy in both the antaras could be little more.

Overall I am happy that I at least inspired someone to sing a wonderful song…

N V Krishnan

Adithi said...

Asha, Sujan, Jenni,AJ NVK Sir
Thanks a lot for your kind comments. Glad you liked the song.

Murali Ramanathan said...

Adithi...first time am hearing you..good rendition...and u have your own style... few things i have noticed is the pitching..pay a little more attention to the pitching.this is more when u start a line..then sangathis can be more perfect in certain places. most of the places it has come out very well.keep singing...all the best

Deblina M. said...

Adithi,

Very nice voice and nicely sung.


Regards,
Deblina

Kiranz..!! said...

Aditi,

Very nice start for a blog with a beautiful song,difficuilt though.!

Rendered it nicely..! Congratz.