Welcome to Scribd, the world's digital library. Read, publish, and share books and documents. See more
Download
Standard view
Full view
of .
Look up keyword
Like this
10Activity
0 of .
Results for:
No results containing your search query
P. 1
IMC OnAir Broadcasting Docu (2005-2012)

IMC OnAir Broadcasting Docu (2005-2012)

Ratings: (0)|Views: 12,140|Likes:
Published by ElJay Arem
short overview of all radio shows for Indian (music) culture produced by promotion initiative IMC - India meets Classic and broadcasted since 03/2006 with different formats (e.g. Raga CDs of the Months, Studiotalks, FestivalReports...) as InfoEduTainment to promote an inter-cultural dialogue between South Asia/India and Europe see details: http://www.imcradio.net/archives
short overview of all radio shows for Indian (music) culture produced by promotion initiative IMC - India meets Classic and broadcasted since 03/2006 with different formats (e.g. Raga CDs of the Months, Studiotalks, FestivalReports...) as InfoEduTainment to promote an inter-cultural dialogue between South Asia/India and Europe see details: http://www.imcradio.net/archives

More info:

Published by: ElJay Arem on Dec 29, 2010
Copyright:Attribution Non-commercial No-derivs

Availability:

Read on Scribd mobile: iPhone, iPad and Android.
download as PDF or read online from Scribd
See more
See less

07/10/2013

 
 
 © 2005-2012 - promotion initiative IMC – India meets Classic (IMC OnAir – IMCRadio.Net)
Broadcasting 2005-2012 (short overview) 
Standard format
(Raga CDs of the Months,
 
58 min.)
 
1. (Early) Morning Ragas2. 1000 x RAGAM (South Indian Ragas)3. 19 Generation Contract… 600 years in Dhrupad4. 726 years of Celestial Music (review 2011)5. A Legend on the Sitar. – Nikhil Banerjee (portrait)6. Afternoon Ragas (early & late afternoon)7. Alankara-s Raga ornaments8. All Day Ragas9. ANGA Localisation of a Raga10. Chandra – Moon Ragas11. Creative Unity: The Nation / Home – Individual & Society12. Evening & Night Ragas - Violin13. Five minus 1 – Raga Malashree14. From Hawaii to South Asia – Indian Classical Guitar15. Grama – Musica Scales of the Ancient India16. Imdadkhani Gharana – Masters of Etawah17. Manodharma | Improvisation with(out) rhythms – 4 types of Improvisation in Carnatic music18. Indian miniature paintings - ragamala-s19. Indian Swara-s – Mother Nature20. Jaltarang… waves of sound21. Kalpita Sangita – Compositions in Indian Classics22. Magic of Music – Tribute to Bhimsen Joshi23. Malkauns – King of Ragas24. Mangala Snaanam – Mangala Isai (Holy Bath – HolyMusic)25. Microtonality (shruti-s) in Hindustani Sangeet26. Midday Ragas (e.g.: Sarang Family)27. Moorchanas… The Matrix of Soul by Music28. Mother Durga – Patiency & Freedom of Fear29. Music & Language (structural & social aspects)30. NADA – A Concept of Sound (part 1 & 2)31. Natya - importance of Ragas for Indian Dance & Theatre32. Nava Rasa-s – Nine Moods of Indian Ragas33. Navagraha… Ragas for 9 Planets34. Nazrul Sangeet – The Rebel Poet (portrait)35. Nyasa – The Silence in Ragas36. Pankaj Mullick, Rabindra Sangeet & Indian Film37. Pentatonic Ragas – 5 Note Scales (christmas special)38. Rabindra Sangeet – A Voice for All!39. Raga Chikitsa – Energy of Sound40. Ragamalika-s… compositions in South Indian Classics41. Ragas, Ghazals & Goethe42. Ragas & Sax… Indian Saxophone players43. Ragas in Indian Monsoon (Rainy Season Ragas)44. Ragas in Sufi Music – Sufiana Kalam…45. Sibling & Twin Jugalbandi (Duet in Indian Classics)46. Sikh Sangeet – Gurbani Kirtan47. Spring Ragas48. Studies of Indian Classics – Gharanas (part 1)49. Surs(h)ringar… the pathfinder of Sarode50. Tala – the Indian Rhythm Cycles51. The Divine Instrument – Bamboo of 14 Inch52. Indian Drones in Indian Classical Music53. The Future of Sarangi (Heritage of Ustd. Sultan Khan)54. The Sarangi Project! ... The Voice of 100 Colors55. The Talking Violin! – Dr. K. R. Vaidynathan (portrait)56. Time Cycle ... Ayurvedic princips (the 3 doshas)57. Tradition & Modernity – A Tribute to Ali Akbar Khan58. Tradition of Voice – Dr. Gangubai Hangal (portrait)59. Women in Indian Classical Music (part 1)60. Women in Indian Classical Music (part 2)
special features
StudioTalks… (
2x 58 min (German, English)
)
StudioTalk No. 1:
Sugato Baduri (
mandolin
) - Music follows Behaviour!
 StudioTalk No. 2:
Ranajit Sengupta (
sarode
) - Music awareness by Love… from Love to Music.
 StudioTalk No. 3:
Kala Ramanath (
violin
) - Nada (sound)… 66 notes (shruti-s) on the Violin.
 StudioTalk No. 4:
John McLaughlin (
guitar
) - Miles from India
(new years special)StudioTalk No. 5:
Trilok Gurtu (
percussion
) - The Purity of Music… The truth about spirituality in ICM.
StudioTalk No. 6:
Ramesh Shotham (
percussion
) / KCP3 (
percussion/vocal
) – Sound Bodies.
StudioTalk No. 7:
Rinki Roy Bhattacharya
 
(
film maker
)
-
Aspects of ICM in Indian films
(mainly the 'golden era')
 
StudioTalk No. 8:
Arun Ghosh (
clarinet
) – Methamorphosis… Music in Music.
StudioTalk No. 9:
George Brooks (
saxophone
) – IndoJazz Composing: Sound as Inspiration.
StudioTalk No. 10:
Sanhita Nandi (
vocal
) – Principes of Slowlyness…Vocal Tradition without Boundaries.
 
FestivalReport - From India to Europe… (
118 minutes
)
Festival Report 2006:
Sangita Sammelana-s
 Festival Report 2007:
Alternation of Generations
(Music conferences & competitions of procreeation)Festival Report 2008:
TablaSolos & Mridangam
Festival Report 2009, 2010, 2011:
post poned…
Online archive with all IMC OnAir shows from 2005 to 2012:
 
http://www.imcradio.net/archives
 
 
Online archive @www.imcradio.netwith all IMC OnAir shows from 2005 to 2012... 
Comment: 
Podcasting 
[] available since the regular broadcasting start on 27th March 2006
. ( What is podcasting ? 
 
 ) Internet-Radio (1:1 real audio) + Mobile Radio available since 1st August 2007 ! 
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 ..2 / 11...
(15/09/2012 / IMC-OnAir-Broadcasting-Documentation-082012-1)
 
2005 
 (pilots) ...
Serial No. ... Topics / date of broadcasting 
 
No. …broad- casting length / show (sum per year) Total sum of production time (minutes) Total sum of broadcasting time (minutes) 
“00“
IMC
presents the art work '
SUR TAAL
' (CD)
(Ustad Zakir Hussain (Tabla) & Ustad Sultan Khan (Sarangi))
 
1. broadcasting: Monday, 28th November - 11:00-11:58 p.m.2. broadcasting: Wednesday, 28th December - 01:00-01:58 p.m.
1
58 min.
58 min. 58 min.
1-1
TablaPerformance (TablaGroup HH) /
TAGORE text recitative "Creative Unity-The Nation" 
(part 1):
1. broadcasting: Monday, 28
th
November - 01:00-01:58 p.m.2. broadcasting: Wednesday, 20
th
December - 12:00-12:58 a.m.
2
58 min.
116 min. 174 min.
1-2
TablaPerformance (TablaGroup HH) /"
home – Individual & Society 
"
(part 2):
1. broadcasting: Thuesday, 6
th
December - 12:00-12:58 a.m.2. broadcasting: Thuesday, 20
th
December - 08:00-08:58 p.m.
3
28 min.
144 min. 230 min.transfer: 3 144 min. 144 min. 230min.
 
Online archive @www.imcradio.netwith all IMC OnAir shows from 2005 to 2012... 
Comment: 
Podcasting 
[] available since the regular broadcasting start on 27th March 2006
. ( What is podcasting ? 
 
 ) Internet-Radio (1:1 real audio) + Mobile Radio available since 1st August 2007 ! 
---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 ..3 / 11...
(15/09/2012 / IMC-OnAir-Broadcasting-Documentation-082012-1)
 
2006 ...
 
Serial No. ... Topics / date of broadcasting No. …broad- casting length / show (sum per year) Total sum of production time (minutes) Total sum of broadcasting time (minutes) 
transfer: 3 --- 144 min. 230 min.
test phase (4 months - 03-06/2006)...
 0227
th
March 2006:
Spring Ragas
 (Basant (... Bahar/... Hindol/... Mukhari), Mishra-Kafi)
4
58 min.
202 min. 288 min.
03-103-224
th
April and 22
nd
May:
Morning Ragas
 (Bhairavi (Ahir, Ramkali, Bhupali, Jogiya Bhairav-Bahar ...), Todi ...)part 1: Early Morning Rragas - 03:00-06:00 a.m.part 2: Morning Ragas - 06:00 - 09:00 a.m.
56
116 min.
318 min. 404 min.
04-1 26
th
June: special feature “StudioTalk No. 1:
Music follows Behaviour!”
” (English Original)
7
58 min.
376 min. 462 min.
 
start of IMC OnAir’s all year programme 2006-2009...
 0524
th
July:
Midday Ragas
(e.g.: Sarang-Familie)- 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. (noon ragas, (early) afternoon)
8
58 min.
434 min. 520 min.
0628
th
August:
Afternoon Ragas
 - 12:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. / 3:00 - 6:00 p.m. (early & late afternoon)
9
58 min.
492 min. 578 min.
04-2 25
th
Sept.: spezial feature “StudioTalk No. 1
Musik folgt dem Bewusstsein!
” (German Version)
10
58 min.
550 min. 636 min.
07-107-230
th
Sept: special feature
From India to Europe... Festival Report 2006
” (part 1 and 2)
1112
116 min.
666 min. 752 min.
08-123
rd
Oct:
Evening & Night Ragas - Violin
(part 1)- 06:00 - 09:00, 09:00-12:00 p.m. - evening & night ragas
13
58 min.
724 min. 810 min.
08-227
th
November:
Evening & Night Ragas – Violin & Sitar
(part 2)
14
58 min.
782 min. 868 min.
0925
th
December: “
Pentatonic Ragas – 5 Note Scales
(Christmas special)
15
58 min.
840 min. 926 min.
 
transfer: 15 696 min.
 
(11.6 hours)
 
840 min.
(14.48 hours)
 926 min.
(15.96 hours)
 

Activity (10)

You've already reviewed this. Edit your review.
1 thousand reads
1 hundred reads
ElJay Arem added this note
till end of 2011 at all nearby 80 hours of radio productions with more than 60 topics... :-)
ElJay Arem added this note
4,060 minutes produced with some unique topics during last 5 years... never thought/expected that when starting in 03/2006 to broadcast as a monthly radio programme for Indian Classics ...
ElJay Arem liked this
ElJay Arem liked this
ElJay Arem liked this
ElJay Arem liked this

You're Reading a Free Preview

Download
scribd
/*********** DO NOT ALTER ANYTHING BELOW THIS LINE ! ************/ var s_code=s.t();if(s_code)document.write(s_code)//-->