Friday, December 01, 2006

Margazhi Tingal

Song : Margazhi Tingal
Singers : S. Janaki & Unnikrishnan
Movie : Sangamam
Music : A. R. Rahman

Most of you must be familiar with Murali Ram's voice by now. He is one of the many amazing talents whom I met thru this blogsphere. He sings any song with great ease and perfection. He has got a fantastic voice to top it up :)

Here is one semi-classical song that we have both attempted.
Thanks to Murali and his studio for mixing and providing effects.
Please do listen to this song at ur convenience:)



Download the song here

30 comments:

Meera Manohar said...

Wonderful!! It was a pleasure to listen to you both sing this number...

Sindhuja Bhakthavatsalam said...

Very nice! Especially those small sangathis you added on your own :)

Ganesh said...

Srividya wonderful, well sung.
Do update your blog with some more tamil songs :)

anil bs said...

wow....super vidya. murali and you did a great job. good. ya...murali ramanathan is a perfect singer with a attractive young voice.I like the song and your rendition.


anil bs

Vishal said...

That was wonderful Vidya..Your voice sounds too good in this song :-) ..Enjoyed it very much ..

Awatts said...

Hey Vidya
Thanks for including me in your blog update list.

Your song brought back memories of the days when this movie was released and the number of times I heard this song and Varaha nadhi kara oram song...

Unique choice of song and well done!

Divya.S.Menon said...

Superb singing both of you.Wonderful job.....Keep it up .

Pradip Somasundaran said...

Absolutely wonderful singing by both! Vidya, you are exquisite in your mother tongue!! The studio mixing has elevated your voice to another level. Murali that was perfect support.

Anand Prabhu said...

beautfiul rendition.. great work guys.. loved all your songs.... keep these wonderful blog rolling...

Deblina M. said...

Vidya & Murali,

Excellent performance by both of you !! thouroughly enjoyed !

Anonymous said...

Wonderful singing Vidya and Murali! Very pleasing and satisfying! Love it.

Azam Khan

Barani said...

Wonderful rendition by both of you.. Awesome !! you can try out "Ra Ra " from Chandramukhi too.

Soumitra said...

Excellent singing Vidya and Murali :-)
Please give us more :-)

devi said...

srividya,

great singing, only after listening to your version I realised that this song is set in sindhu bhairavi :) Awesome!!

Harshan said...

Excellent rendition !! I came to your site accidentally.

Hiran Venugopalan said...

Its great and very special!Congarts

TC Ratnapuri said...

oh my goodness, you both were wonderful. Exceptional. Loved the song.

Anonymous said...

How about some updates ?
-Soumitra

Darvin said...

Frirst time I am hearing your songs through Vishals blog. Very nice! You and murali sung wonderfully!!

Darvin said...

Excellent performence..Well sung...

Sunny Joseph said...

Nice song....

I don't see a download link for some of your earlier songs. Any chance that I can get two of your songs "Ankhon ki Gustakiyan" and "Tera bina". I loved them..

if possible please reply
sunjose@hotmail.com

Bharathy said...

Wonderful, soulful singing Vidya.

Wondering whether you would be interested in doing a weekly show on our online radio. We are very keen on having Indians from different part of the world to share their perspective on the country they live. Looking forward to hear from you soon.

bharathy@tricolormusic.com

Anonymous said...

Hello Vidya,

My first time to your spot. Got routed from Dr. Murali Venkatraman's blog. Have listened to your "Pothi vecha" on his blog. You gotta wonderful range and excellent "Bhavam" as Dr. Venkatraman put it.

Awesome rendition of this song by you as everyone else has mentioned as well. Overall a great performance what very closely mimics the original. I have no musical knowledge of background. but if I may, I have a couple of very trivial suggestions.

Consider this line: "Ullankaiyil ozhugum neer pol, en uyirum karaivadhenna".

The end of "Karaivadhenna" seems too abrupt, especially the "dhenna" part. Also the "uyirum" gets lost into the oblivion.

Also a suggestion that is trivial still is, given your bhaavam in "Pothi vecha malligai mottu", the "sollaiyaa" in "vidai nee..... sollaiyaa" could be just a bit more bhaavam rich - really would bring out the emotions there.

Please don't consider this offensive. Just my 2 cents for whatever its worth.

rc.

Aravind G said...

One of the best duets I have heard in blogs. Keep it up.

Jenni said...

Beautiful singing both of you. You have done a really wonderful job.

Suganya said...

You are indeed a brilliant musical maestra !!
I could just see the natural flair for music in you….
You are a connoisseur of music and WOW!! What a remarkable degree of nonchalance in every piece

Great work Vidya….keep it going…

Suganya

reshma said...

ur voice really suits this song. and you have sung it beautifully.
wonderful job.

sanand said...

oh..this is great !..
it appears that the tempo is a bit faster..... it is a treat to hear... great !

Anonymous said...

it is soothing. It s really marvellous.Rooben from Mauritius.jules

Anonymous said...

Your blog keeps getting better and better! Your older articles are not as good as newer ones you have a lot more creativity and originality now keep it up!