|Poster:||P.S.Remesh Chandran||Date:||Dec 6, 2014 12:20am|
|Forum:||education||Subject:||English Recitation Videos From Bloom Books Channel Released Into Public Domain.|
I firmly believe that music in poems has been sacrificed for correct pronunciation, intonation and accent, to please academicians and conventional teachers. After nearly 50 years, there is only pronunciation, intonation and accent in poems but no music. I simply abandoned them for music and introduced simple tunes- actually arm chair tunes- which anyone can sing without labour- man and woman, child and old man. Now that the music is there, those adamantly committed to, can experiment with pronunciation, intonation and accent, regularize them and modify. My recordings might not be pleasant listening experiences as they are made with primitive tools, with my scanty resources, but they are prototypes, released into public domain all. The cream of singers, orchestrators and music producers would know what to do with them, how to build on them, for the world to remember us by when we are gone, as our legacy to the world’s children.
These same videos are available to view and download in Internet Archives also and in Daily Motion, but in the latter, you cannot download.