Tabs for the IR Song - Adho Mega Oorvalam - From Eramaana Rojave - A melodious hit

Discussion in 'Tamil Guitar Tabs - Submit or Request' started by SATHYA167, Jun 27, 2012.

  1. SATHYA167

    SATHYA167 New Member

    Presenting the tabs for the song Adho Mega Oorvalam by IR.

    The song is one of my favourite - so melodious to hear - I think this one is by Singer - Mano.

    Primarily the song is set in raga - Vaasanthi which goes lile s r2 g3 p d1 S / S d1 p g3 r2 s.

    The raga is similar to the popular Mohanam ragam with the only change of d1 (G#) instead of d2 (A) in Mohanam.

    In Western, the notes goes like C D E G G# C in Arohanam. Taking 's' as 'D', the raga can be played in guitar as under:

    B -------------------3----------------------B
    G ------------2--3------3---2--------------G
    D --0--2--4---------------------4--2--0----D

    There is a slight deviation from the raga as d2 (A) is used in few places in this song.

    So listen to the song, pick, play and enjoy.......... the melodious song.

    Please do post your comments....................... Sathya
     

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  2. Adhil

    Adhil New Member

    Fantasic work Sathya...Thanks for the tabs
     
  3. GuitarKnight

    GuitarKnight New Member

    Hi Sathya,

    Thanks alot for the TABs....They are really great..
    also the way you are mapping them with Ragas..Everyone of us like that..

    Keep continue your good work...


    One request,

    It will be greatful if you could do tabbing for the song "Poovukellam Siragu Mulaithathu.." from "Uyirodu Uyiraga"..


    Thanks,
     
  4. pearlmaharajan

    pearlmaharajan New Member

    one of the songs I have been searching for chords... nevertheless... got a chance to play it will let u know soon...
     
  5. SATHYA167

    SATHYA167 New Member

    The song should be in C Minor with chords from C Minor Scale family - Sathya
     
  6. pearlmaharajan

    pearlmaharajan New Member

    one small request .. every time when u post I find it on the thicker strings ... it would Nice to play songs on the lower lower strings of the guitar
     
  7. SATHYA167

    SATHYA167 New Member

    I agree with you. I choose the tabs easy to play the notes for a particular raga. If I start 's' as "D", I use the last three thinner strings. This song being in C Minor, these tabs are quite easy to move around the fret board (at least for me). If I take this in B string, a wider stretching of fingers will be required. It is a just a matter of convenience and depends on individual practice and comfort over the fret board.... Sathya
     
  8. roentgen

    roentgen Member

    Here are chords for this song.

    (Eb)adho (Bb)maega (Eb)oorva(Bb)lam
    (Eb)adhoa (Bb)minnal (Eb)thoara(Bb)nam (G)an(Eb)gae
    (Eb)idhoa (Bb)kaadhal (Eb)oorva(Bb)lam
    (Eb)idhoa (Bb)kaaman (Eb)urcha(Bb)vam (G)in(Eb)gae
    (Eb)orae naal nilavinil mugam paarththaen
    (Eb)idho naan uyirinil (G7)unai chaerththaen (Eb)vaa

    (Eb)unadhu paadham adadada ilavam panju
    Nadakum bothu thudiththadhu enadhu nenju
    (Cm)irandu vaazhaith (G)thandi(Eb)lae (Cm)raaja gopu(Eb-aug)ram
    (Cm)naanum inru (G)kaetki(Eb)raen (Cm)unnai oar va(Eb-aug)ram
    (Eb)dhaegam konjam moodavae (Cm)koondhal poadhum (G)poadhu(Eb)mae
    (Eb)aadai ingu vaendumaa (Cm)naanam (G)enna (Eb)vaa vaa


    Rajesh :music:
     
  9. SATHYA167

    SATHYA167 New Member

    Thanks for the chords and the information. The song is set in a not so popular raga and my guess of C Minor is wrong. It would be interesting to see how this raga notes map with Eb chord scales. I will let you know............... Sathya
     
  10. thamboo

    thamboo Member

    g3 presence indicates Major Scale, g2 & g1 minor scale, it also depends on what note the song starts with, songs never always start with Shadjam, chord placements depends on what note that song starts with and the mood it evokes
     
  11. SATHYA167

    SATHYA167 New Member

    Thanks for the details. The song starts with Shadjam only. Just I was curious to link the raga with the chord. I will put my comments once I have done that.... Sathya
     
  12. thamboo

    thamboo Member

    Hi Sathya,
    You can tab with the singer's vocal pitch instead of always setting 'Sa' at 'd' note

    I tried to play lead for "neramidhu neramidhu" song(Rishimoolam movie); piano starts with F#min Chord (F# note is the first note played)

    Vocal part starts with C# note("Pa" in natabhairavi)
     
  13. SATHYA167

    SATHYA167 New Member

    Is it possible that some songs have different track - In one track song going in one scale and the background music goes in different scale in another track?
     
  14. thamboo

    thamboo Member

    How come, it will sound horrible; it will be out of sync, music accompaniment should match the pitch of the singer to sound good; one of the note in the chord will for sure match with the vocalists' note ; or at least completes the chord structure with the vocalist's note
     
  15. thamboo

    thamboo Member

    I tried with Vellai Pura Ondru Song, the song aalaap starts with 'a' note

    in pallavi the song follows proper Kalyani Raagam(F(s),G(r2),A(g3),B(m2),C(pa),D(da2),E(ni3))

    in saranam the song touches 'm1(Bb note)' which is actually from F Major scale, it can be said that the song captures both the western diatonic major scale concept and kalyani raagam

    "manangalin niram paartha kaadhal, mugangalin niram paarkumo" and "neekondu vaa kaadhal varam" are the places where m1(Bb) is used

    "soodaana kanavugal kannodu thallaada" jumps to kalyani raagam again
     
  16. SATHYA167

    SATHYA167 New Member

    Good reply. Sounds good. Film songs do mix notes from multiple scales / ragas. Very few songs stick to the raga notes and the related western notes / scales... Sathya
     
  17. pearlmaharajan

    pearlmaharajan New Member

    thats a great composition again by the maestro... how he alone able to give such great melodies... thanks of the post roentgen... they were perfect like other posts of urs... :)
     

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