Rhythm is quality every person carries within himself. Just like the ‘lubdub’ of the heart, it emotes one and gives life. Indian Ethnic Percussion Instruments share a similar story, one that of expressing feelings. Centuries ago, to express emotions, man sculpted them to instruments giving it a tangible existence. Credits have to be given to people who demystified them and introduced them into popular music.
1. Gadasingari: A Clay pot with a drum head as its lid can contain water, buttermilk, Toddy and Music. Music! Yes it does. The Flavor of the music from this pot drum is a delicacy in Indian Film Music.
2. Udukai: An Exorcist’s Dream and a Devil’s nightmare, the udukai is not for the weak hearted. It can chill your spine, disturb your neurons and derail your thoughts, so BEWARE….
3. Dandiya: Any Festival in “India” is incomplete without a “Dandiya” Played by an ensemble of drummers the Dandiya is sure to create the mood of the hour. Let’s celebrate.
|Artist: Jayachandran “Jay Chaa||Editing & Digital Transfers: Felix Chandran|
|Narrator: Ponnu Elizabeth Mathew||Research and Content Creation: Jaychaa,|
|Cinematographer : Gop Sabapathy - SICA||Amuthan and Ponnu Elizabeth Mathew.|
|Sound Design: Amuthan||Art Director: Mahendran|
Title: Learn to Play
Language : English
Running Length : 60 Minutes
Audio : Stereo Dolby Digital
Regions : NTSC All Regions
Catalogue Number : 10146