Friday, June 26, 2009

Background Score - 63

Guess the Movie.

17 comments:

Saraks said...

Idhayathai Thirudathe. Too bad you let it go till NBW to make it easy for everyone :)

Suresh Kumar said...

Saraks - Yes. But I did that intentionally.

Divya or RK said...

Since you have mixed NOTHING BUT WIND, I have to guess the movie is VEEDU

mohan said...

idayathai thirudathey or Geethanjali..!! :) Amazing music throughout the movie-Mohan

Suresh Kumar said...

Divya - NO.

Mohan - Yes. Each and every score piece in this movie is a gem. Especially this piece has a significance when seen with the visuals, though the music material is not actually composed for this scene.

mohan said...

Yeah... a great sense of enlightenment... brilliant lighting... The way the hero runs throwing his cigarette, with the joy of understanding the way to live life... :) nice dialogues too... I really miss the raaja mani ratnam combo...

Zero said...

idhayaththai thirudAdhE.

How an already composed masterpiece was so wonderfully channelled as the BGM for a wholly unrelated sequence is amazing, of course, but also a bit disconcerting if you are into the whole thing about art being an expression of human emotions.

Suresh Kumar said...

Zero - do you feel that this piece doesn't express the human emotions in that situation in the movie?

Ramesh said...

idhayathai thirudathe? the nothing but wind music was the clue

Suresh Kumar said...

Ramesh - Yes it is.

Karthik said...

I think its from Veedu by Balumahendra. Music of Ilaiyaraaja taken from Nothing but wind is used The piece is Mozart I love you.

Suresh Kumar said...

Karthik - NO.

Chandrasehar said...

The piece is actually based from NBW - I Love U Mozart but it is used in veedu on Balu Mahendra's request.

But the amazing part is the IR's additional prelude which somehow flows into the actual prelude of I love U Mozart. Only Raaja-Faasible.

Suresh Kumar said...

Chandrasehar - NO. This piece is not used in that movie.

Nidhi said...

idhayathai thirudadhe?

Suresh Kumar said...

Nidhi - Yes.

Zero said...

[Very late reply, but still...]
Suresh,
No, it surely does, but the point is it needn't have! It's like taking a beautiful piece of art and making it accessible to us heathens. :)