'Thandava Sabdha' or the original sounds of Thandava taken from the archaeological material compiled by Prof. Ramadesikan. Each Thandava has been created with different musical score set to different rhythmic patterns not used before. Each Thandava has been tuned to a different raga rendered by different singers. Contains a sprinkle of live audio of the five elements or the 'Pancha Bhutha'. Rendition of 'Thevara Thirumurai' after each Thandava.
Ragham Gowlai, Talam Chathusra Dhruvam, 13:12 Lord Siva's awesome dance of bliss as Nataraja in Chidambaram.
Ragham Sallabam, Talam Chathusra Matyam, 7:38. The captivating twilight dance, also known as Pradosha Thandavam that Lord Siva performs for his divine entourage.
Ragham Hamsanadham, Talam Chathusra Roopakam, 9:10 The scintillating Siva-Kali dance that symbolizes creation and demonstrates the oneness of Shakthi and Sivam.
Ragham Bilahari, Talam Chathusra jempa, 6:45 The dance of triumph that celebrates the victory of Lord Siva over evil represented by three demons.
Ragham Brindavani, Talam Chathusra Thrupudai, 8:50 The peppy dance performed by Lord Siva in Chidambaram when challenged into a dance contest by Kali, his consort.
Ragham Ranjani, Talam Chathusra Ata, 8:35 The dance performed by Lord Siva with Uma as his co-dancer wherein He rests his left foot on the demon and lifts the right foot.
Ragham Lavangi, Talam Chathusra Ekam, 11:44 The fierce dance of decimation, said to have been performed by Lord Siva when Sati burnt herself into ashes, which releases the good from the shackles of evil.
Concept, Music & Composed by : Madurai R. Muralidaran
Rhythm Patterns Concieved, Composed & Conducted by : DA Srinivasan
Sung by : Anantha Narayan, Madurai R. Muralidharan, Ashok Subramaniyan, Gomathi Nayagam, Veeramani Kannan, Thandava Shabdas
Mrudangam-Kanjira-Konnakol DA Srinivas
Special Thavil - Arulanandam
Tabla – Udukkai – Base Dholak- Cymbal Venkat
Special Effects Naga Rathnam
Jenda & Suddha Maddalam Kesavan
Key Board Veeramani Kannan
Sitar Sasi Acharya/ Pad Karthik