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Old 23rd February 2009, 15:36   #31
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what is the name of drum used in tulu?
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Old 23rd February 2009, 15:51   #32
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Looks like the female role is played by a girl? Bah! Amateurs... Pros don't do that. Did you get to see them hop and turn on their knees, that's a tough act usually done by experts.

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what is the name of drum used in tulu?
Maddale, same as in Kannada. Maddale - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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Does Chande(we call it chenda) ,the same as Madhale?
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Looks like the female role is played by a girl? Bah! Amateurs... Pros don't do that. Did you get to see them hop and turn on their knees, that's a tough act usually done by experts.
Yes Samurai a school girl played female role. But all the guys would hop and turn on their knees and try to outdo each other. Every time they were on knees, the crowd would go crazy and appreciate with claps and loud whistles.

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Amateur - sounds like Latin/Greek/French to me

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Does Chande(we call it chenda) ,the same as Madhale?
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deepclutch, maddale is the drum kept on the lap and played with both hands and chande is beaten with sticks.
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Updating this thread after 5+ years...

My wife called me on Sunday around 8:30pm...

She: Where are you?
Me: At your parent's place.
She: Doing what?
Me: Having dinner.
She: Why so early? You usually eat after 9pm.
Me: I came here to watch Yakshagana.
She: Yakshagana! Watch it where?
Me: At your parent's home.
She: Huh!!! What the hell are you talking about....???
Me:

Well, it is home delivery...

There is a traditional in Udupi/DK district where Yakshagana artists visit home and perform the art. They usually book their gig in advance and then come after nightfall to perform at home. They usually cover 10-15 homes each night.

Since Yakshagana is always considered auspicious, having it performed at home is supposedly very good. That is the idea behind this home delivered Yakshagana. Since it happened in my in-laws house, I was able to capture it in my camera.

Total performance time was 15 minutes, and they moved on to another house.

First the videos:





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