sorgam madhuvile

Discussion in 'Tamil Guitar Tabs - Submit or Request' started by ifar, Dec 26, 2009.

  1. ifar

    ifar New Member

    Can anyone post the sorgam madhuvile old kamal song.. . its very peppy .. please
  2. Guitarsen

    Guitarsen New Member

    Link: Sattam En Kaiyil - Sorgam mathuvile - YouTube

    My Version:

    (Am)sorgam madhuvile
    sokkum azagil(Dm)ey
    (C)madhu (Dm)tharum (E)sugam (Dm)sugam
    (C)ithil (Dm)varum (E)nijam (Dm)nijam
    (Am)inbam iravu than
    ellam uravu than
    inbam iravu than
    ellam uravu than

    (Am)kaadhal oru geetham
    athai kandein oar id(C)am
    (F)ponaal aval ponaal
    naan paarthean nooridam(Am)
    ku***ire(F)n anaikire(Dm)n
    ninaitha(C)dhai maraki(E)ren
  3. SATHYA167

    SATHYA167 New Member

    The tabs are also in this forum.. One of my favourite song and superhit in those days.... Sathya
  4. Guitarsen

    Guitarsen New Member

    Is your tabs also in Am? If pls attach this as an addendum.
  5. SATHYA167

    SATHYA167 New Member

  6. thamboo

    thamboo Member

    Hi Sathya, Are you sure that Sorgam madhuvile has Keeravani phrases in it? recently I was playing "Thulli Yezhundhadhu Kaatru"; though the song notes follow Mixolydian Mode; it could not be confirmed as Harikambhodhi; the song is just in Eb Mixolydian with C#(Min7) instead of D(Maj7) in Eb scale
  7. SATHYA167

    SATHYA167 New Member

    Yes, I see only one accidental note in the song - 'n2' (instead of n3) in the word 'Ku***kiraen'. All the other notes follow Keeravani ragam only & I am not comfortable with the special use of notes in Keeravani ragam............. Sathya
  8. SATHYA167

    SATHYA167 New Member

    One think, I can confidently say is that taking the root note as "A", the tabs follow harmonic minor scale notes except the one exception given above. "A" harmonic minor scale ends at G# (7th note). In one place G is used instead of G#...... Sathya
  9. thamboo

    thamboo Member

    G# is Major 7th, G is minor 7th
  10. SATHYA167

    SATHYA167 New Member

    That's how harmonic minor scale comes - with an elevated 7th note and hence G#. This also goes well with Keeravani ragam with elevated 7th note n3 instead of n2 of Natabhairavi (natural minor scale)................... Sathya
  11. Guitarsen

    Guitarsen New Member

  12. SATHYA167

    SATHYA167 New Member

    I heard this song once. I could not make it. Let me listen again. Evvalavu nalla nalla pattellam irukku, why this song?

    Raamanin Mohanam unga kaadhil vizhavillaiyya? ........................ Sathya
  13. Guitarsen

    Guitarsen New Member

    May be the bass fans taste is different than others. To me this is the best of the best in that album. Second best is theeradha vilayattu ****ai.

    Rajnikanth - Theeratha Vilayattu Pillai - Netrikkan - YouTube

    Listen to the bass lines when stanza starts, "avan aasaiyiulla varaiyil vilayadi".

    Ofcourse Ramanin mohanam also best, but its next to the above for me.
  14. roentgen

    roentgen Member

    Chords are quite subtle in the song. Excellent work Senthil.
    E7 would sound better than just an E and an F6 might be better here: "(F)ponaal aval ponaal"
    The last line of charanam sounds just E7 to me: "ninaitha(E7)dhai marakiren.

    Finally an IR twist I think, although the F# note does not feature anywhere in the song!
    (C)madhu (Dm)tharum (E)sugam (D)sugam
    (C)ithil (Dm)varum (E)nijam (D)nijam
    Listen and let me know if you guys agree!

    Rajesh :music:
  15. Guitarsen

    Guitarsen New Member

    Thanks Rajesh,

    Neenga sonna appeal edhu?

    I am sure D Major will defnitely fit, was reluctantly noticed the slight difference, but the song is being Aminor, Dm comes to my mind automatically, D Major didn't even come to my mind.

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