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Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Concert No 186 - Abhishek Raghuram


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Blogger S said...
Abhishek is a great youngster and I am simply thrilled to listen to him, not only because he is very talented but also because it is only youngsters like him who can keep our sampradaya going. But I am dismayed by the way some of these recordings are marred by parasite noise in the form of asinine rasikhas talking throughout the concert. We need special concert police for kicking out such people immediately from the concert halls.
March 16, 2011 5:57 AM
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Blogger hvaidya said...
Yes My dear friend, It is necessary we have to start a movement to discipline this rustic audience, who neither have respect for the artist nor for MUSIC. Let us not hesitate to rub these people, when they disturb. Our sophistication encourages them to create nuisance in the auditoriums. I hesitate to go to concerts now a days because of such people, because my blood pressure increases in spite of hearing a good music.
March 16, 2011 9:37 AM
Blogger BHASKARAN19 said...
The whole purpose of listening music is to reduce BP level and to be hale and healthy. Just ignore such people who comes to concerts for gossiping
March 16, 2011 12:42 PM
Blogger Varadarajan.R said...
these people are arrogant, and i have seen many times these people have a very good knowledge of music and some are performing artists in a small level, so they merely see it as a recital and have no emotional value to it. we can stare at them twice or have a quiet word but one cannot start a argument which will disturb the concert in a bigger way. tricky situation. the concert police is a good idea.
March 16, 2011 8:25 PM
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4 comments:

S said...

Abhishek is a great youngster and I am simply thrilled to listen to him, not only because he is very talented but also because it is only youngsters like him who can keep our sampradaya going. But I am dismayed by the way some of these recordings are marred by parasite noise in the form of asinine rasikhas talking throughout the concert. We need special concert police for kicking out such people immediately from the concert halls.

hvaidya said...

Yes My dear friend,

It is necessary we have to start a movement to discipline this rustic audience, who neither have respect for the artist nor for MUSIC.

Let us not hesitate to rub these people, when they disturb. Our sophistication encourages them to create nuisance in the auditoriums.

BHASKARAN19 said...

The whole purpose of listening music is to reduce BP level and to be hale and healthy. Just ignore such people who comes to concerts for gossiping

Varadarajan.R said...

these people are arrogant, and i have seen many times these people have a very good knowledge of music and some are performing artists in a small level, so they merely see it as a recital and have no emotional value to it. we can stare at them twice or have a quiet word but one cannot start a argument which will disturb the concert in a bigger way. tricky situation. the concert police is a good idea.