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Horizon

Featuring some of smooth jazz tracks

tracklist
Paul Taylor – Horizon
Bob James & David Sanborn – Maputo
Jeffery Smith – Perspectives
Al Jarreau – We’re In This Love Together
Nils – Catalina
George Duke – No Ryhme no Reason
Brian Culbertson – The Secret Garden
Mike Gill – Forever in Love
Richard Marx feat Toni Braxton – Suddenly
Yellowjackets – Daddy’s Gonna Miss You
Randy Crawford & Joe Sample – Rio De Janeiro Blue
Bob James – Angels Theme- The Invention Of Love
Earl Klugh – Midnight In San Juan
David Sanborn – The Dream . . .
Eastbound – Fourplay
Sam Riney – Let Me Into Your Heart
Boney James – Nothing But Love

Jazz Night at Bharat Nivas

On Sunday the 16th of April 2017 a group of musicians performed some nice versions of old classics such as “Somewhere Over The Rainbow”, “What a Wonderful World”, “Feeling Good” and many more along with some of Rolf’s original instrumental compositions.

Vera -Vocals
Matt – Sax
Jurriaan – Piano
Mishko – Bass
Sreenath – Drums
Rolf – Guitar

Summer and Fireflies

With 40C in the shade, and school just about to shut their doors …..summer is almost here

tracklist
Hardwell feat. Jay Sean – Thinking About You
Vidya Vox – Kuthu Fire
Tiesto – On My Way ft. Bright Sparks
Miss Bolivia ft Shazalakazoo – Menea
Anne-Marie – Ciao Adios
The Chainsmokers ft. ZAYN – Firefly
Gryffin, Illenium – Feel Good ft. Daya
INNA – Yalla
Danay Suárez Yo Aprendi
Fais – Hey ft. Afrojack
Flo Rida – Cake ft 99 Percent
Whethan – Savage
David Guetta ft Sia – Never Give Up By Costy Buya
Gorgon City – Smile ft. Elderbrook
DJ Polique ft Mohombi – Turn me on
Zara Larsson – Don’t Let Me Be Yours ft. Ed Sheeran
Demi Lovato – No Promises ft. Cheat Code
Claydee – Alena
Calvin Harris & Rihanna – This Is What You Came For (
Vidya Vox Tabla Remix Cover) (ft. Jomy George)

Jazz #3

Featuring jazz standards of some great names of jazz … .free jazz

tracklist
Chet Baker – Time After Time
Dizzy Gillespie – Con Alma
Eric Dolphy – God bless the child
John Coltrane – Equinox
Ornette Coleman – Blues Connotation
Archie Shepp Quartet – The Thrill is gone (R.Henderson)
Thelonious Monk Quartet – Blue Monk
Archie Shepp – Mama Rose
Miles Davis – Boplicity
Charles Mingus – Goodbye Pork Pie Hat
Albert Ayler – Goin’ home
Alice Coltrane – Wisdom Eye
Pharoah Sanders – Astral Travelling

Summer Jazz with Jazz Night

We hosted Vera and Juriaan in our studio, and they came with an invitation to Sunday 16th of April Jazz Concert – “Jazz Nigth” at Bharat Nivas Auditorium. Apart from Vera and Juriaan we will listen as well Matt, Mishko, Rolf and Sreenath , playing some of the original compositions along with some jazz standards. And as Vera promised there will be some light Latino jazz songs to swing us into the summer.
p.s. the soundtrack is from their rehearsal at Kalabhumi studio


Comments: 0 Date: 11 Apr 2017

Violin in Jazz

Whilst no-one questions the position of the fiddler in any kind of folk band, the jazz violinist constantly has to justify himself in the face of sceptics who believe that they should stick to either Bach or barndances. The violin is still not widely seen as being a natural instrument for swing, despite a history going back to the early days of Jazz.
We are featuring some of great jazz violin players starting with Joe Venuti, Stuff Smith, Ray Nance, Stephane Grappelli, Billy Bang, Jean-Luc Ponty, Regina Carter….

tracklist
Joe Venuti – Sweet Lorraine rare
Joe Venuti & Eddie Lang – I’ve Found a New Baby
Ray Nance – Come Sunday
Regina Carter – Kothbiro
Billy Bang – All Blues
Stephane Grappelli – Souvenir de Vilingen
Django Reinhardt, Stephane Grappelli – I Saw Stars (1934)
Michel Petrucciani, Stéphane Grappelli – Flamingo
Maner-Phillips– Angles Of Repose Number One
Regina Carter – Pavane
Billy Bang – Doi Moi
Zach Brock – Common Ground
Christian Howes with Robben Ford – Groove Merchant
Jean-Luc Ponty, Stephane Grappelli, & Stuff Smith – This Can’t Be Love

International Women’s Day 2017

Auroville women celebrate International Women’s Day by hosting traditional music, dance and ‘kolam’ (chalk art) competitions at Swachu Building at Bharat Nivas on 18 March 2017.

The United Nations theme for International Women’s Day 2017, focuses on “Women in the Changing World of Work: Planet 50-50 by 2030”. While the women in cities were occupied in either organizing or participating in various conferences and meetings, Women at Auroville have celebrated the day by promoting the local culture in three forms viz., music, dance, art by spreading the theme of gender equality and women civic participation in the society.

Grace, Usha and Mathi from Auroville have taken a lead role in organizing various cultural activities which includes music and dance competitions and also performances.

Bregette (from Hollande) has been at Auroville and serving at Matrimandir for five years now and in talking to the Auroville Radio she expressed her excitement of being part of this community in rendering various services mainly to the ‘art and culture’.

Mayawati, from La Farm has been the instructor for the ‘kolam’ art competition. Many young girls, students and women participated and filled the floor of the building with amusing and colorful art.


Comments: 0 Date: 22 Mar 2017

Djelan Duo

Djelan on midi-guitar, accompained by Suresh on drums, created an infectious beat which inspired people to dance and lose themselves in the music.
The various effects connected with the midi-guitar of Djelan enabled him to replicate the sounds of trombone, sax, and even flute, giving the feel of a full band playing.
The singer guitarist songwriter changed styles from soothing Bossa Nova to more spicy latino beats, and ended with Indian and Arabic flavours.

Djelan: vocal & midi-guitar
Suresh: drums

 


Comments: 0 Date: 08 Mar 2017

CAT12 PIE, Women's Day

In today’s news we are featuring an excerpt of interview with Ing-Marie from Water Group on photo contest depicting the essence of Auroville water.

On Firday 10th of March at 4pm at Unity Pavilion CAT12 – A Progressive Integral Economy “Pour Tous”

Monday the 6th of March From 7.30 pm onwards at Youth Centre NAMASPAMUS Brass band from Marseilles

Tango Performance at Visitors Center Wednesday 8th March

On Wednesday 8th March ‘International Women’s Day’ is organized by Unity Pavilion – Programme 4 pm – Sharing by the 12 women 6 pm – Reading from Great Women in the world 7.30 pm – Cultural event on 4 aspects of the Divine Mother.

Onb Thursday 9th at 7.30pm -A Series of Four Lectures About Man’s Place in the Universe by Prof. Sehdev Kumar – “What is so unique about Human presence in the Universe?”

PONDICHERRY EQUESTRIAN CHALLENGE (PEC) 2017 9-12 March

Thursday, 9th March 3:30 pm at: Bhavishyate, Bharat Nivas CIRHU Giacomo’s Experience on “Martial Arts and Yoga”

Unity does not come from any exterior disposition, but by becoming conscious of the eternal Oneness.
The Mother 12 August 1964

Lovers Rock 2

Lovers rock is a style of reggae music noted for its romantic sound and content. While love songs had been an important part of reggae since the late 1960s, the style was given a greater focus and a name in London in the mid-1970s.[1] Despite the name, lovers rock is not a rock subgenre or related to it.

tracklist
Wayne Wonder- Hold me now
Morgan Heritage – She’s Still Loving Me
Maxi Priest – Loving You Is Easy
Lukie D – Love From A Distance (by Beres Hammond)
Etana – Blessings feat. Alborosie
Busy Signal – Nightshift – One More Night
Gyptian ft. Melanie Fiona – One More Time
Jah Cure – Never Find
Pressure – Coming Right Back
I Octane – Love You Like I Do
Conkarah -Treat you Better
Alaine – Without You
Sean Paul – Hold My Hand
Brian & Tony Gold My Baby
I Wayne – Need Her In My Arms
Turbulence – Cloud Nine
Clean Bandit – Rockabye ft. Sean Paul & Anne-Marie
Rara – Tekno

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