Legends ? R. D. Burman ? The Versatile Composer ? 5 CD Pack ? [DRs]
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I had some engaging discussions with friends recently about who the greatest Indian music composer is. For the most part, the debates revolved around two legends: A R Rahman and R D Burman. (Due to our limited knowledge of Tamil music industry, we kept Illayaraja out of consideration.)
-Everyone agrees that both ARR and RDB are legends in their own right and we have enough material from these two greats to analyze and enjoy! Talking about a reverse cognitive bias, I think ARR enjoys the benefits of advanced sound enhancing and recording techniques which enable him to mix a plethora of sounds and instruments from the world over in his compositions. The end result, needless to say, is absolutely brilliant! It is widely acknowledged that apart from being such a talented composer, he is an expert in audio mixing techniques and is known to engineer all the latest sound innovations in his music. Similarly, RDB was also known to be innovative and well-ahead of his time, making heavy use of western instrumentation in his compositions, a style that has inspired successive generations of music directors, including ARR. Its fascinating to think what RDB or any good composer of his generation might have been able to create, if they had access to the current sound engineering marvels!
Having said all that A.R.Rahman is also great composer and our pride. He took off from where R.D. has left and is passionate in his compositions. His Bombay theme music is mind blowing and he is also working very hard to make better and worthy music. Let us not compare Shakespeare and George Bernard Shaw or Elvis and Michael Jackson. Both are legends in their life times. Let us enjoy their music and accept the fact that they both are rare geniuses India should be proud of.
I know u r a dia heart fan of arr .listen other work also study dem and think during 60s- 90s there used to hve 4 trk manual recording system limited technology me jo kaam hamare legends composers chod ke gaye hain quality k hain zabardast hain bemisaal hain
'He's a composer, Theme from H and Shark are by him : an arranger (his version of 'Yesterday' is surely the most original yet); a concert pianist (listen to his spectacular performance of the 'Exodus' theme); and probably the swingingest organist this country has produced ('Gravy Waltz' and 'Dace' should convince you of that. He also plays vibes, marimba, celeste and 'jangle-box'. The word is versatile'.... 2b1af7f3a8