Saturday, July 11, 2009



Hariharan's Tamil Songs


This is translation of my first post in this blog which was about singer Hariharan’s Tamil songs.

I am an ardent fan of Hariharan and I have been collecting his songs for the past few years. Recently I have read in some site that he sang more than 500 songs in Tamil. As I have only around 400 tamil songs, I was searching the web to know about the missed songs in my collection. But none of the sites mentioned more than 250 - 300 songs, even his official website too.

So I just listed below all his tamil songs based on my collection. I believe this will be useful for the fans like me. I listed the songs in the order of movie/music released as much as possible.

If someone knows any song which is missed in the list, do let me know so that I can add that to my collection.

I will keep updating the list. So keep visiting this blog :)

Song - Movie/Album (Year)
  1. Thamizha Thamizha - Roja (1992)
  2. Aasai Mela Aasai - Annan Ennada Thambi Ennada (1992)
  3. Uyire Uyire Vanthu - Bombay (1995)
  4. Kuchi Kuchi Raakkamma - Bombay (1995)
  5. Nila Kaigirathu - Indira (1995)
  6. Konja Naal Poru - Aasai (1995)
  7. Vidukathaiya Intha - Muthu (1995)
  8. Maname Thotta - Thottachinungi (1995)
  9. Hai Rama - Rangeela (1995)
  10. Class Roomla Thavam  -  Idhayame Idhayame (1995)
  11. Oru Thethi Paatha - Coimbatore Maapillai (1996)
  12. Malargale Malargale - Love Birds (1996)
  13. Kannil Kannil - Mustafa (1996)
  14. En Manathai Kollai - Kalloori Vaasal (1996)
  15. Uchi Mudhal Paatham Varai - Senkottai (1996)
  16. Telephone Mani Pol - Indian (1996)
  17. Kalloori Saalai - Kadhal Desam (1996)
  18. Kadhali Kadhali - Avvai Shanmugi (1996)
  19. Kadhala Kadhala - Avvai Shanmugi (1996)
  20. Romeo Aattam - Mr. Romeo (1996)
  21. Udaiyatha Vennila - Priyam (1996)
  22. Un Uthottara Sivappe - Paanjalankurichi (1996)
  23. Innum Etho Vendum  -  Unnaiye Kalyanam Pannikiren (1996)
  24. Kannukkul Un Uruvame  -  Unnaiye Kalyanam Pannikiren (1996)
  25. Kadhal Kadhal Endre - Aravindhan (1997)
  26. Kannai Katti Kollathe - Iruvar (1997)
  27. Vennilave Vennilave Vinnai - Minsara Kanavu (1997)
  28. Tajmahale Nee Thaavi - Periya Thambi (1997)
  29. Poothirukum Vaname - Puthaiyal (1997)
  30. Oru Mani Adithal - Kaalamellam Kadhal Vaazhga (1997)
  31. Indhu Maha Samuthirame - Mannava (1997)
  32. Paapa Paapa - Mannava (1997)
  33. Un Manathai Tholaithu (Bit) - Mannava (1997)
  34. Nagumo Ei Sugamo - Arunachalam (1997)
  35. Poomalai Aagamal - Raasi (1997)
  36. Thiku Thikura - Sishya (1997)
  37. Yaaro Azhaithathu Pol - Sishya (1997)
  38. Konjum Manjal Pookal - Ullasam (1997)
  39. Rosapoo Chinna Rosapoo - Soorya Vamsam (1997)
  40. Kadhala Kadhala Kadhalin - Soorya Vamsam (1997)
  41. Minnal Oru Kodi - V I P (1997)
  42. Kanne Paasam - Periya Idathu Maapillai (1997)
  43. Aval Varuvala - Nerukku Ner (1997)
  44. Engenge Engenge - Nerukku Ner (1997)
  45. Sindhamani Sindhamani - Aaha Enna Porutham (1997)
  46. Hip Hip Hurray - Aaha (1997)
  47. Mudhan Mudhalil (Duet & Solo) - Aaha (1997)
  48. Thuli Thuli Pani Thuli - Periya Manushan (1997)
  49. Chandiranai Thottathu - Ratchagan (1997)
  50. Aalps Malai Kaatru - Thedinen Vanthathu (1997)
  51. Cha Cha Kadhalicha - Janaki Raman (1997)
  52. Kadhal Solla Vaarthai - Janaki Raman (1997)
  53. Vaaliba Vayasukku - Poochoodava (1997)
  54. Neeyillai Nilavillai - Poochoodava (1997)
  55. Kanchi Pattu Selai - Rettai Jadai Vayasu (1997)
  56. Ennai Thalatta Varuvalo - Kadhalukku Mariyathai (1997)
  57. Kumudham Pol Vantha - Moovendhar (1997)
  58. Naan Vaanavillaye - Moovendhar (1997)
  59. Kaalaiyil Pookum Kalloori - Kadhale Nimmadhi (1998)
  60. Nandri Solla Unakku - Marumalarchi (1998)
  61. Kattana Ponnu Romantica - Naam Iruvar Namakku Iruvar (1998)
  62. Intha Sirippinai Angu - Naam Iruvar Namakku Iruvar (1998)
  63. Oivedu Oivedu - Velai (1998)
  64. Vaanum Mannum - Kadhal Mannan (1998)
  65. Un Peyar Sollave - Vettiya Madichu Kattu (1998)
  66. Vanna Nilave - Ninaithen Vanthai (1998)
  67. Punnagaiyil Thee Mooti - Jeans (1998)
  68. Anbe Anbe Kollathe - Jeans (1998)
  69. Oh Vanthathu Pennaa - Aval Varuvaalaa (1998)
  70. Nandhavaname Nandhavaname - Jolly (1998)
  71. Malarodu Piranthavala - Iniyavale (1998)
  72. Uyire Uyire Nalamthana - Iniyavale (1998)
  73. Nee Pesum Poova - Golmaal (1998)
  74. Aakasavaani Neeye En Rani - Priyamudan (1998)
  75. Vaanathu Thaaragaiyo - Poonthottam (1998)
  76. Meetatha Oru Veenai - Poonthottam (1998)
  77. Gnabagam Irukkiratha - Santhipoma (1998)
  78. Sollathe Solla Sollathe - Sollamale (1998)
  79. Nee Kaatru Naan Maram (Duet & Solo) - Nilaave Vaa (1998)
  80. Etho Oru Paatu - Unnidathil Ennai Koduthen (1998)
  81. Thottapetta Kuliru - Unnidathil Ennai Koduthen (1998)
  82. Thaiya Thaiya - Uyire (1998)
  83. Chinna Chinna Kiliye - Kannethire Thondrinal (1998)
  84. Madonna Paadala Nee - Kadhala Kadhala (1998)
  85. Laila Laila - Kadhala Kadhala (1998)
  86. Kobama En Mel - Unnudan (1998)
  87. Vaanam Tharaiyil - Unnudan (1998)
  88. En Kanavinai Kael Nanba - Desiya Geetham (1998)
  89. 1 2 98-il Unnai - Puthumai Pithan (1998)
  90. Tholaivinilae Vaanam - Koadeeswaran (1998)
  91. Kadhal Nila Pogum - Vennilave Vennilave (1998)
  92. Anbe Anbe Nee - Uyirodu Uyiraga (1998)
  93. Itharku Peyarthan Kadhala (Duet & Solo) - Pooveli (1998)
  94. Diana Diana - Kadhal Kavithai (1998)
  95. Kadhal Meethil - Kadhal Kavithai (1998)
  96. Manasa Thotta Kadhal - Kadhal Kavithai (1998)
  97. Konji Pesu Konja - Mannavaru Chinnavaru (1999)
  98. Nandhavana Kuyile - Ponnu Veetukaran (1999)
  99. Shock Adikkum Poove - Thodarum (1999)
  100. Irubathu Kodi Nilavugal - Thullatha Manamum Thullum (1999)
  101. Thodu Thoduvenave - Thullatha Manamum Thullum (1999)
  102. Oh Vennila - Ninaivirukkum Varai (1999)
  103. Naalai Kaalai Neril - Unnai Thedi (1999)
  104. Poraale Poraale - Unnai Thedi (1999)
  105. Maalavika Maalavika - Unnai Thedi (1999)
  106. Neethana Neethana - Unnai Thedi (1999)
  107. Paada Vaa Paada Vaa - Chinna Raja (1999)
  108. En Manase - Aanantha Mazhai (1999)
  109. Oru Naal Unnai Vizhigal - Aanantha Mazhai (1999)
  110. Nilavonnu Pathikichu - Ethirum Puthirum (1999)
  111. Ulagellam Oru Sol - Enrendrum Kadhal (1999)
  112. Uyire Vaa Urave Vaa - Monisha En Monolisa (1999)
  113. Nilave Nilave Sarigamapathanee - Periyanna (1999)
  114. Vaigai Nathikarai Chinna - Nilave Mugam Kaatu (1999)
  115. Thendralai Kandukolla Maane - Nilave Mugam Kaatu (1999)
  116. Chinna Vennilave En - Poomagal Oorvalam (1999)
  117. Malare Oru Vaarthai - Poomagal Oorvalam (1999)
  118. Oh Sona Oh Sona - Vaali (1999)
  119. Semmeena Vinmeena - Anandha Poongatre (1999)
  120. Vaikasi Onnam Thethi - Anandha Poongatre (1999)
  121. Paatukku Paalaivanam - Anandha Poongatre (1999)
  122. Solai Kuyil Paadum - Anandha Poongatre (1999)
  123. Anbe En Anbe - Nenjinile (1999)
  124. Manase Manase - Nenjinile (1999)
  125. Chinna Roja Chinna - Oruvan (1999)
  126. Roja Roja (Bit) - Kadhalar Dhinam (1999)
  127. Aalaala Kandaa - Sangamam (1999)
  128. Sekka Sevanthavale - Suyamvaram (1999)
  129. Unnai Paartha Kangal - Rojavanam (1999)
  130. Poosu Manjal - Kanave Kalaiyathe (1999)
  131. En Kannadi Thoppukulle - Malabar Police (1999)
  132. Chudithar Aninthu - Poovellam Kaetu Paar (1999)
  133. Irava Pagala - Poovellam Kaetu Paar (1999)
  134. Tajmahal Ondru - Kannodu Kaanbathellam (1999)
  135. Irubathu Vayathu Varai (Duet & Solo) - Kannodu Kaanbathellam (1999)
  136. Oru Devathai Vanthu - Nee Varuvaayena (1999)
  137. Kalaimaane Un - Thaalam (1999)
  138. Oru Poyyavathu - Jodi (1999)
  139. Ootha Ootha Poo - Minsara Kanna (1999)
  140. Un Per Solla - Minsara Kanna (1999)
  141. Vennila Veliye Varuvaya - Unakkaga Ellam Unakkaga (1999)
  142. Meera Meera - Nesam Puthusu (1999)
  143. Intha Nimisham - Hello (1999)
  144. Mookkuthi Muthazhagu - Kannupada Poguthayya (1999)
  145. Kurukku Siruthavale - Mudhalvan (1999)
  146. India India - Ooty (1999)
  147. Thavikkiren Thavikkiren - Time (1999)
  148. Eeranju Maadham - Azhagarsaami (1999)
  149. Pacha Marikozhunthu - Azhagarsaami (1999)
  150. Nee Irunthal Naan - Aasaiyil Oar Kaditham (1999)
  151. Ilavenirkala Panjami - Manam Virumbuthe Unnai (1999)
  152. Kootu Kuyilai Kaatil - Manam Virumbuthe Unnai (1999)
  153. Etho Etho Nenjil - Manam Virumbuthe Unnai (1999)
  154. Srirangam Petru Thantha - Paataali (1999)
  155. Kadhal Azhaga Kadhal - Paataali (1999)
  156. Azhagana Kadhal Nila - Kadhal Vedham (1999) **
  157. Irudhayam Idam Maari - Kadhal Vedham (1999) **
  158. Kannil Ennenna Mayakkam - Kadhal Vedham (1999) **
  159. Natchathira Poongavil - Kadhal Vedham (1999) **
  160. Nee Enbathil Naanum - Kadhal Vedham (1999) **
  161. En Nenjil Thoongava - Kadhal Vedham (1999) **
  162. Iru Kannum Thoongamale - Kadhal Vedham (1999) **
  163. Malaiyum Nadhiyum - Kadhal Vedham (1999) **
  164. Aiyo Honey Baby - Maravathe Kanmaniye (1999)
  165. Vaanirukku Nilavirukku - Maravathe Kanmaniye (1999)
  166. Vennilave Vennnilave - Maravathe Kanmaniye (1999)
  167. Kadhal Vennila - Vaanathai Pola (2000)
  168. Nilavu Paatu - Kannukkul Nilavu (2000)
  169. Rasathi - Penn Ondru Kanden (2000)
  170. Purave Aen Kannadicha - Ezhaiyin Sirippil (2000)
  171. Nee Paartha Paarvaikku - Hey Ram (2000)
  172. Ramar Aanalum Babar - Hey Ram (2000)
  173. Vaarthai Illamal - Suthanthiram (2000)
  174. Ennennamo Maatram - Suthanthiram (2000)
  175. Mazhai Mazhai - Suthanthiram (2000)
  176. Keechu Kiliye - Mugavari (2000)
  177. Oh Nenje Nenje - Mugavari (2000)
  178. Vanna Paravaigalai - Maasilaa Unmai Kaathale (2000)
  179. Thuli Thuliyaai Kottum - Paarvai Ondre Pothume (2000)
  180. Nilave Nilave Thaalam - Thai Poranthachu (2000)
  181. Pachai Nirame - Alai Paayuthe (2000)
  182. Suttum Vizhi Sudarthan - Kandukonden Kandukonden (2000)
  183. Kandukonden Kandukonden - Kandukonden Kandukonden (2000)
  184. Oru Ponnu Onnu - Kushi (2000)
  185. Mottu Ondru Malarnthida - Kushi (2000)
  186. Idhayathai Kaanavillai - Unnai Kodu Ennai Tharuven (2000)
  187. Vennilave Vennilave Nalla - Kannan Varuvan (2000)
  188. Kaathuku Pookkal Sontham - Kannan Varuvan (2000)
  189. Aayiram Kodi Suriyan - Karisakaatu Poove (2000)
  190. Maathava Sethu Maathava - Seenu (2000)
  191. Vanakkam Vanakkam - Seenu (2000)
  192. Velinaatu Kaatru - Vaanavil (2000)
  193. Enakkoru Snegithi - Priyamanavale (2000)
  194. Ennavo Ennavo - Priyamanavale (2000)
  195. Athini Chithini - Thenali (2000)
  196. Deva Deva Devadhaiye - Uyirile Kalanthathu (2000)
  197. Uyire Uyire Azhaithathenna - Uyirile Kalanthathu (2000)
  198. Adi Kadhal Enbathu - Ennavale (2000)
  199. Oru Kadhal Devathai - Anbudan (2000)
  200. Koila Koila - Appu (2000)
  201. Ninaithal Nenjukuzhi - Appu (2000)
  202. Azhagu Sundari Unnai - Budget Padmanaban (2000)
  203. Naan Ippo Oorai - Doubles (2000)
  204. Kannazhage Kannazhage - Kannal Pesa Vaa (2000)
  205. Pirivondrai Santhithen - Piriyatha Varam Vendum (2000)
  206. Ye Thaazhntha Thamizhagame - Puratchikaran (2000)
  207. Manja Manja Kizhangu - Simmasanam (2000)
  208. Aruppukottai Akka Ponnu - Vallarasu (2000)
  209. Velicham Adikkuthadi - Vanna Thamizh Paatu (2000)
  210. Enna Solli Paaduven - Vanna Thamizh Paatu (2000)
  211. Sollamal Thottu Sellum - Dheena (2000)
  212. Vanjikodi Vanthu Vanthu  -  Kanna Unnai Thedugiren (2000)
  213. Oor Urangum Nerathil  -  Kanna Unnai Thedugiren (2000)
  214. Valaiyosai Valaikkindrathe - Gomathi Nayagam (2000)
  215. Poonkaatre Konjam Unmai - Friends (2001)
  216. Thendral Varum Vazhiyai - Friends (2001)
  217. Pengalodu Potti Podum - Friends (2001)
  218. Kuyilukku Koo Koo - Friends (2001)
  219. Adada Adada Yaarivalo - Ullam Kollai Poguthe (2001)
  220. En Palaivanathai - Ullam Kollai Poguthe (2001)
  221. Kathavai Naan Thattinen - Ullam Kollai Poguthe (2001)
  222. Kavidhaigal Sollavaa - Ullam Kollai Poguthe (2001)
  223. Uyire En Uyire - Ullam Kollai Poguthe (2001)
  224. Oh Mane Mane - Rishi (2001)
  225. Vaa Vaa Poove Vaa - Rishi (2001)
  226. Ragasiyamai Ragasiyamai - Dum Dum Dum (2001)
  227. Ammamma Thaangadhu (Duet & Solo) - Middle Class Madhavan (2001)
  228. Enna Ithuvo - Aanandham (2001)
  229. Australia Desam Varai - Citizen (2001)
  230. Vinothamanavale (Duet & Solo) - Lovely (2001)
  231. Malai Kaatru - Vedham (2001)
  232. Mudhal Poo Ethuvo - Vedham (2001)
  233. Kandupidi Kandupidi - Samuthiram (2001)
  234. Kappale Kappale - Chocklet (2001)
  235. Thom Thom Thithithom - Alli Thantha Vaanam (2001)
  236. Aathorathile Aalamaram - Kaasi (2001)
  237. En Mana Vaanil - Kaasi (2001)
  238. Maanu Tholu Kondu - Kaasi (2001)
  239. Naan Kaanum Ulagangal - Kaasi (2001)
  240. Punniyam Thedi - Kaasi (2001)
  241. Rokkam Irukkira - Kaasi (2001)
  242. Sadugudugudu Aadathe - Manadhai Thirudi Vittai (2001)
  243. Chik Chik Chinna Kiliye - Azhagana Naatkal (2001)
  244. Gulmugar Malare - Majnu (2001)
  245. Chithiraiye Adi Chithiraiye - En Purushan Kuzhanthai Maathiri (2001)
  246. Sembaruthi Poove - Kadhal Solla Vandhen (2001)
  247. Solla Vandhen - Kadhal Solla Vandhen (2001)
  248. Vennilave Vennilave Vaanathai - Ladies & Gentlemen (2001)
  249. Sonnalthan Sonnalthan Kadhala (Duet & Solo) - Sonnalthan Kadhala (2001)
  250. Mela Chatham - Thaali Kaatha Kaaliamman (2001)
  251. Sakalagala Vallavane - Pammal K Sambantham (2002)
  252. Ennai Paada Vaitha - Punnagai Desam (2002)
  253. Roja Kaadu - Red (2002)
  254. November Maadham - Red (2002)
  255. Sundari Siriya Rettai - Kannathil Muthamittal (2002)
  256. Chinna Chinna Vilakke - Kaamaraasu (2002)
  257. Mottugale Mottugale - Roja Kootam (2002)
  258. Yaar Intha Devathai - Unnai Ninaithu (2002)
  259. Oh Nila - Pesadha Kannum Pesume (2002)
  260. Thalattum Kaatre - Devan (2002)
  261. Oru Pournami Nilavu - Raja (2002)
  262. Moongil Kaadugale - Saamurai (2002)
  263. Megame Megame - Kuruvamma (2002)
  264. Sagiye Sagiye - Youth (2002)
  265. Poi Solla Koodathu Kadhali - Run (2002)
  266. Unnai Thedi Vennila - En Mana Vaanil (2002)
  267. Unnai Kaanum Pothu - En Mana Vaanil (2002)
  268. Enna Solli Paaduvatho - En Mana Vaanil (2002)
  269. Chellamai Chellam - Album (2002)
  270. Vaanaville Vaanaville - Ramana (2002)
  271. Vennilavin Perai Maatrava - Ramana (2002)
  272. Ore Manam Ore Gunam - Villan (2002)
  273. Oh Priya - I Love U Da (2002)
  274. Chinna Chinnathai - Mounam Pesiyathe (2002)
  275. Yeh Nanbanae Gobam - Mounam Pesiyathe (2002)
  276. Kadhalithal Aanandham - Style (2002)
  277. Kombu Mulaitha Muyale - Virumbukiren (2002)
  278. Asara Vaithai - Anbe Un Vasam (2002)
  279. Moodu Manthiram - Bandha (2002)
  280. Manam Valikuthe - Kadhale Swasam (2002)
  281. Kadhale Kadhale - Kadhale Swasam (2002)
  282. Vidamaaten Vidamaaten - Kaveri (2002)
  283. Thamizhe Then Thamizhe - Nilavinile (2002)
  284. Ringa Ringa - Thaniye Thannanthaniye (2002)
  285. Poopola Theepola - Vaseegara (2002)
  286. Oru Thadavai Solvaya - Vaseegara (2002)
  287. Aen Isaikku Ingu - Pop Carn (2002)
  288. Antha Seemai Thurai - Pop Carn (2002)
  289. Kadavule Ei Kadavule  -  Soori (2003)
  290. En Jannal Nilavukku  -  Sokka Thangam (2003)
  291. Thavamindri Kidaitha Varame - Anbu (2003)
  292. Saami Mela Sathiyama - Yes Madam (2003)
  293. Oru Murai Sonnal - Nilavil Kalangamillai (Anbe Diana) (2003)
  294. Nee Thoongum Naerathil - Manasellam (2003)
  295. Nilavinile Oliyeduthu - Manasellam (2003)
  296. Vasiyakaari Vasiyakaari - Puthiya Geethai (2003)
  297. Manase Manase Ethanal - Dham (2003)
  298. Megathil Ondrai Ninrome - Kadhal Sadugudu (2003)
  299. Anbe Anbe - Anbe Anbe (2003)
  300. Pudichirukku Pudichirukku - Saami (2003)
  301. Dolna Dolna - Parasuram (2003)
  302. Entha Desathil - Priyamana Thozhi (2003)
  303. Vaanam Enna Vaanam - Priyamana Thozhi (2003)
  304. Maankuttiye Pulli Maankuttiye - Priyamana Thozhi (2003)
  305. Iru Manam Kalanthidum - Kaiyodu Kai (2003)
  306. Unnai Naan Unnai Naan - Jay Jay (2003)
  307. Pookkalin Desame - Chinnaa (2003)
  308. Kadhal Kadhal - Kadhal Dot Com (2003)
  309. Raasa Raasa Unna - Maanasthan (2003)
  310. Pul Nuniyil - Moongil Nila (2003) **
  311. Kambankaadu Kambankaadu - Thirumagan (2003)
  312. Oh Maname Oh Maname - Ullam Ketkume (2003)
  313. Muthal Muthalaaga Jannalorathil - Engal Anna (2004)
  314. Thottal Poo Malarum - New (2004)
  315. Ottiyanam Senchi Thaaren - Arul (2004)
  316. Muthan Muthalaga Muthalaga - Ethiri (2004)
  317. Ore Oru Piravi - Perazhagan (2004)
  318. Maname Aen Mayakkam - Machi (2004)
  319. Yaaro Nee Pinju - Sullan (2004)
  320. Swasam Thantha Kaatre - Vaanam Vasappadum (2004)
  321. Kangal Theendi - Vaanam Vasappadum (2004)
  322. Mannil Vilaintha Muthukale - Puyal Aditha Desam (2004) **
  323. Aariya Uthadugal - Chellame (2004)
  324. Kaadu Thiranthe Kidakindrathu - Vasool Raja MBBS (2004)
  325. Unnai Kelaai Nee Yaaru - Desam (2004)
  326. Azhagiya Cindrella - Kangalal Kaithu Sei (2004)
  327. Onnu Onnu Rendu - Kudaikkul Mazhai (2004)
  328. Pookkum Malarai - Udaya (2004)
  329. Udaya Udaya - Udaya (2004)
  330. Vilakku Ondru Anainthu - Adaikkalam (2005)
  331. Uyire Piriyathe - Adaikkalam (2005)
  332. Kadhalai Yaaradi Muthalil - Thakathimitha (2005)
  333. Solla Mudiyala - Kicha Vayasu 16 (2005)
  334. Iyangaaru Veetu Azhage - Anniyan (2005)
  335. Saami Kitta Solliputen - Daas (2005)
  336. Shaheba Shaheba - Daas (2005)
  337. Kajiraho Kanavilor - Oru Naal Oru Kanavu (2005)
  338. Kaatril Varum Geethame - Oru Naal Oru Kanavu (2005)
  339. Chinna Maharani - Priyasakhi (2005)
  340. Varugiraai Thodugiraai - Anbe Aaruyire (2005)
  341. Kanner Mazhai - Power Of Women (2005)
  342. Malare Nee Vaazhga - Power Of Women (2005)
  343. Maragatha Mazhaithuli - Power Of Women (2005)
  344. All Round The World - Power Of Women (2005)
  345. Kangalil Kangalil - Nijamaaha Nesikkiren (2005)
  346. Mazhaiye Mazhaiye - June R (2005)
  347. Dhrogam Dhrogam - Aaru (2005)
  348. Ennai Konja Konja - Aadhi (2005)
  349. Azhage Karuneela - Oli (2005)
  350. Aagayam Aagayam Megam - Chithiram Pesuthadi (2006)
  351. Manjal Veyil Maalaiyithe - Vettaiyaadu Vilaiyaadu (2006)
  352. Poovin Madiyil - Iruvar Mattum (By2) (2006)
  353. Azhaga Azhaga - Iruvar Mattum (By2) (2006)
  354. Roja Poovin Muthal - Iruvar Mattum (By2) (2006)
  355. Solla Vaarthaigal - Mercury Pookkal (2006)
  356. Oru Murai Piranthen - Nenjirukkum Varai (2006)
  357. Kadhal Enbathu - E (2006)
  358. Pookkalellam - Pori (2006)
  359. Thaaliyae Thevaiyillai - Thaamirabharani (2006)
  360. Achutha Azhagai  -  Manase Mounama (2007)
  361. Ni Sa Ni Sa - Kadhal Valarthen (2007)
  362. Aasai Patta - Vyaabaari (2007)
  363. Oorellam Nadanthirukkum - Karuppasamy Kuthagaitharar (2007)
  364. Thamizh Selvi Thamizh Selvi - Koodal Nagar (2007)
  365. Oorai Marandhom Uravai - Nee Naan Nila (2007)
  366. Vaaji Vaaji - Sivaji (2007)
  367. Naram Pookal - Urchagam (2007)
  368. Nee Nee Nee - Machakkaran (2007)
  369. Aayiram Kelvigal - Kanna (2007)
  370. Enna Thavam Purinthen - Nenjai Thodu (2007)
  371. Ragasiya Kanavugal - Bheemaa (2007)
  372. Mudhal Mazhai - Bheemaa (2007)
  373. Nenje Nenje - Valluvan Vasuki (2007)
  374. Venmegam Pennaga - Yaaradi Nee Mohini (2008)
  375. Kallai Mattum Kandal - Dasavatharam (2008)
  376. Sollamma Chellamma - Kuselan (2008)
  377. Aaradi Kaathe - Sathyam (2008)
  378. Naan Varaindhu Vaitha - Jeyam Kondaan (2008)
  379. Thulasi Chediya - Seval (2008)
  380. Nenjukkul Peidhidum - Vaaranam Aayiram (2008)
  381. Solla Solla Sugame - Thiruvannamalai (2008)
  382. Unnai Enakku Tharuvaya - Adada Enna Azhagu (2008)
  383. Pala Pala - Ayan (2009)
  384. Devadhai Desathil - Mariyadhai (2009)
  385. Yaar Paarthathu - Mariyadhai (2009)
  386. The Pain of Love - Naadodigal (2009)
  387. Ulagil Entha Kadhal - Naadodigal (2009)
  388. Uyiril Pookkum Kadhal - Naadodigal (2009)
  389. Mogama Illai Motchama - Indhira Vizha (2009)
  390. Guru Brahmma Guru Vishnu - Suriyan Satta Kallori (2009)
  391. Modhi Vilayaadu - Modhi Vilayaadu (2009)
  392. Vellaikkari Vellaikkari - Modhi Vilayaadu (2009)
  393. Yaamini Yaamini - Aarumugam (2009)
  394. Enakkulle Iruppaval - Sirithaal Rasippen (2009)
  395. Enakkulle Iruppavan - Sirithaal Rasippen (2009)
  396. Suthuthu Suthuthu - Kanden Kadhalai (2009)
  397. Aezhu Vannathil - Jaggubhai (2009)
  398. Rayilin Paadhaiyil - Appavi (2009)
  399. Kulathil Muthal - Madurai Sambavam (2009)
  400. O Maha Zeeya - Thamizh Padam (2010)
  401. Poo Ondru Vendum (Duet & Solo) - Enrendrum (2010) **
  402. Yaaradi Nee Yaardi (2 Versions) - Thambikku Intha Ooru (2010)
  403. Intha Vaanam Intha Bhoomi - Katrathu Kalavu (2010)
  404. Poochandi Kannazhagi - Rettaisuzhi (2010)
  405. Naan Endru Sol (2 Versions) - Rettaisuzhi (2010)
  406. Kaatrile Kaatrile - Madharasapattinam (2010)
  407. Konjam Veyilaga - Margazhi 16 (2010)
  408. Eppothu Un Jannal - Virundhali (2010)
  409. Nee Sonnaal - Pen Singam (2010)
  410. Neeyaa Ennai - Ethirmarai (2010)
  411. Ithuvarai Ithuvarai - Patta Patti 50 50 (2010)
  412. Hajarea Hajarea - Thambi Arjuna (2010)
  413. Thamizh Semmozhi Maanadu Theme Song (2010) **
  414. Kandaene Kadhal Devathaiyai (2 Versions) - Maasi (2010)
  415. Ithuthaan Kadhal Enbadha - Nandhi (2010)
  416. Arima Arima - Endhiran (2010)
  417. Naane Ennul Illai (2 Versions) - Naane Ennul Illai (2010)
  418. Devathai Ondru - Viruthagiri (2010)
  419. Thozha Vaanam Thooramillai - Ilaignan (2010)
  420. Punnagai Enna Vilai - Murattukaalai (2010)
  421. Adada En Meethu - Pathinaru (2010)
  422. Unnai Ninaithadhume - Aadu Puli (2010)
  423. Thooral Nindralum - Chikku Bukku (2010)
  424. Koorana Paarvaigal - Thoonganagaram (2011)
  425. Amali Thumali - Ko (2011)
  426. Saravana Samaiyal - Seedan (2011)
  427. Kadhal Enbadhai - Kullanari Koottam (2011)
  428. Mexi Mexican Lady - Mahaaraaja (2011)
  429. Enakku Oru Devathai - Pillayartheru Kadaisiveedu (2011)
  430. Mudivilla Mazhaiyodu - Vandhaan Vendraan (2011)
  431. Thiruda Thiruda - Pulivesam (2011)
  432. Vaanam Ellam - Vellore Maavattam (2011)
  433. Ikkuthe Kangal Vikkuthe - Vithagan (2011)
  434. Yaaro Nee Yaaro - Urumi (2011)
  435. Sollavanthen Sollatha (Duet & Solo) - Suzhal (2011)
  436. Otha Panaiya - Thalakkonam (2011)
  437. Kandavudan Kadhal - Udumban (2012)
  438. Pallikoodam Muthal Mani - Udumban (2012)
  439. Kaatrilellam Inbam - Udumban (2012)
  440. Un Paarvai Pothum - Vinmeengal (2012)
  441. Vilaiyaattaa Padagotti - Dhoni (2012)
  442. Adikkadi Mudi - Ponmaalai Pozhudhu (2012)
  443. Aval Oru Melliya Poonkaatru - Sarangan Sriranganathan featuring Padmashree Hariharan (2012) **
  444. Engirunthu Mulaikkuthu - Therodum Veethiyile (2012)
  445. Kutti Puli Koottam - Thuppakki (2012)
  446. Vennilave Tharaiyil - Thuppakki (2012)
  447. Kuppai Thotti Kuppai Thotti - Rendavathu Padam (2013)
  448. Unnaal Unnaal - Ambikapathy (2013)
  449. Vidhai Pola Maraivaaga - Singam II (2013)
  450. Manasula Manasula - Azhagu Magan (2013)
  451. Raakkozhi Raakkozhi - Irandam Ulagam (2013)
  452. Aen Endral Un Piranthanaal - Idharkuthane Aasaippattaai Balakumaraa (2013)

** Tamil Album




83 comments:

Anonymous said...

kannil kannil - Mustafa
Can u please send me this song? Icannot find it anywhere.
E-mail me at thanaseelan@rocketmail.com

jaganes said...

nice
Indhu Maha Samuthirame - Mannava

Can u please send me this song
jaganes83@gmail.com

oshoarun said...

Wow !! great !!!!!!

oshoarun said...

Hey !! you missed SUTHUDHU SUTHUDHU INDHAARU song from Kanden Kaadhalai

and

AASA PATTA ELAATHAYUM from the film vyabari movie

ராஜா said...

@Oshoarun,

Thanks for ur comment..

Aasa patta song is already in my list (360th song). Since I didnt have access to internet for past 6 months, I couldnt include the latest songs..soon i will be updating them.

Anonymous said...

c'est un travail de titan, continuez, vous êtes sur la bonne voie et courage

Anonymous said...

dans la mesure du possible, rajoutez ses chansons hindis qui sont également des purs moments de merveille, hariharan nous transporte de la même manière, langue n'est pas une barrière, sa voix reste toujours efficace

Anonymous said...

la compagnie tamoule des disques Ramy Records est la seule lui avoir consacré très tôt un hommage sous forme de compilation et ce dès 1996 sous le cd numéro ACD 1383, intitulé :
Karainthindum nenjam Hariharanidam
Et régulièrement, Ramy records sort un cd regroupant les tubes de l'année.
On peut en compter une quinzaine à ce jour et toujours d'excellente facture

Anonymous said...

La compilation ACD 1864 de la Ramy Records, titrée : Nila Paaduthu Yaarum Rasikalam
dont le thème principal, est la célébration de la lune dans tous ses états. A travers les 16 morceaux qui figurent sur ce disque, Hariharan nous fait la démonstration de son immense talent. Un cd qu'il faut avoir absolument !
Il est accompagné que 4 fois.

Anonymous said...

A la première question, le titre : Kannil kannil...(Kannukkum kan...avec Mithali, de Vidhyasagar, déjà en 1997, pour un film de Napoléon)est sur le cd ACD 1383 Ramy Records

Anonymous said...

Avec son ami, le musicien Leslie "Lezz" Lewis, hariharan créa une formation, les Colonial Cousins, quelques décennies auparavant. En 1996, sort leur premier album appellé tout simplement Colonial Cousins. Un bel album qui navigue entre deux mondes, l'occident et l'Inde. Avec une mention spécial, un coup de coeur pour le titre :
Let me see the. Suivront 2 autres albums. Ils ne possederont pas la magie du premier opus

Anonymous said...

A la fin des années 80, hariharan s'était frotté au Ghazal, forme de chant poétique venu de l'Orient jusque dans le nord de l'Inde. La fameuse compagnie Magnasound édita entre autre, In Concert Hariharan,en 1989. Et un an plus tard, en 1990, Dil Ki Baat. Deux beaux albums résolumment traditionnels. Hariharan détient à son actif plus d'une vingtaine d'albums hors contexte cinématographique.

Anonymous said...

Hormis Ramy Records, il est bon de signaler que d'autres labels firent la démarche honorable d'éditer les chansons d'Hariharan. Bhasky (devenu plus tard Ayngaran)régroupa sous 3 volumes les titres allant de 1995 à 1998, sous le titre : My Favourite Hits Hariharan Hits

Anonymous said...

Une fois rebaptisé Ayngaran, les responsables sortirent une autre fournée de 3 volumes.
1)Un Paadal Yen Ennai Maatriayathu
2)Poi Solla Koodathu Kadhali
3)Ellor Viruppa Padagan Ivan
En collaboration étroite avec Five Star, un éditeur connu du Pays Tamoul

Anonymous said...

ces 3 compilations couvrent la période qui s'étend de 2001 à 2004

Anonymous said...

Le pic de la Hariharanmania se situe en 2000. Hariharan est alors, le chanteur le plus plébiscité durant cet époque, devançant largement les grands et célèbres ténors tamouls. Le cd Voice of Hariharan 2000 se vend comme du petit pain. Les titres comme Pachai nirame... du film ALAIPUTHE ou les chansons de KADHAL SOLLA VANTHEIN, Sembaruthy poove... tournent en boucle.

Anonymous said...

Aujourd'hui, l'engouement est toujours vivace. Il faut compter désormais avec Hariharan dans le paysage de la musique de film. Moins présent, de toute évidence qu'avant, sur les titres des bandes originales tamoules, depuis quelques années déjà, chacunes de ses interventions font toujours leur petit effet. Hariharan est loin d'avoir fini de nous émerveiller, le meilleur reste à venir...

Anonymous said...

Ramy Records sortit quelques années de ça, MOONGIL NILA (EAGLES OF SEVRAN),ACD 1928. Une musique composée par Niru, avec pas moins de 13 titres, dont un, avec Hariharan, Pul nuniyil...
Les paroles étaient rédigées par Paavanna. A Paris, le disque bénéficia d'un lancement assez impressionnant, une publicité efficace. Au vue des grands noms de la chansons de films tamouls qui participèrent, cela était amplement justifié.

ராஜா said...

@Anonymous

Thanks for the information. Even though it is in French, I translated using google.

and it is good to know that someone knows french read my blog as well:)

Anonymous said...

Merci, pour votre message en anglais

Anonymous said...

La BAR DIGITAL AUDIO (une filière de la RAMY RECORDS) sortit en 2005, un cd mp3, intitulé PAATUKKORU THALAIVAN, référencé sous le numéro BMP3 5001, regroupant 80 chansons interprètées par Hariharan. Ce disque reprend des titres allant pour le plus ancien (1996, avec NAERRUKKU NAER) au plus recent (PERUAZHAGAN, en 2005).

C'est un beau cd qui fait la part belle au chanteur indien.

Quelques temps plus tard voire quelques années après, une autre compagnie nommée COCK DIGITAL SYSTEM, qui ne sait pas trop foulée la rate au passage, reprend dans l'intégralité le contenu de la BAR DIGITAL AUDIO, c'est à dire les 80 morceaux, exactement dans le même ordre, et pour donner sa touche soi-disante originale, rajoute 8 autres tubes de Hariharan.

COCK DIGITAL SYSTEM sort ainsi son mp3 avec pour simple titre HARIHARAN HITS, CDA 1027 et ses 88 chansons, et le tour est joué !

Anonymous said...

Je vous communiquerai prochainement les oeuvres hindis de l'artiste Hariharan qui valent vraiment le détour.
L'homme est aussi à l'aise dans le registre du Nord.
Il sort plus volontiers de la varièté que du cinéma, là-bas.

Anonymous said...

Depuis ma dernière visite, le 15 mars de cette année (2010), je consulte régulièrement ce magnifique site dédié au chanteur indien Hariharan. Je constatais que le compteur était arrêté au 394ème titre depuis un certain temps. Le vendredi 2 juillet 2010, cela changea : on dépassait la barre symbolique des 400 chansons tamoules voire plus avec 19 morceaux répertoriés à ce jour.

Anonymous said...

Cela nous ramène au nombre de 413 tubes du grand Hariharan.Octave.

Anonymous said...

Recemment sur Paris, je fesais l'acquisition de deux cd mp3. Personnellement, je n'aime pas ce format, mais il peut s'avérer pratique dans certaines occasions. Donc, une compagnie nommée : A Movies, s'est chargée de sortir 317 hits de sieur Hariharan, sous de 2 volumes.

Le premier regroupe 157 titres officiellement, selon la jacquette. Mais dans les faits, le 155ème est tout simplement escamoté, inexistant. Et toujours sur la même jacquette (au dos), le numéro 122 n'est pas mentionné mais bien présent sur le cd à l'écoute (Ouf !), il s'agit de "Chik chik chinna kiliye..." du film AZHAGANA NAATKAL (soit le numéro 241 du tableau). La présentation du cd est des plus simple : on voit sur cette première partie, au devant du cd, une image extraite du film KACI, avec l'acteur Vikram et sa partenaire, à l'écran. Sur la gauche, encerclé, le chanteur Hariharan. Le titre de ce mp3, en diagonal, une phrase extraite de VEDHAM : "Malai katru vandhu tamizh pesudhé..."(le 229 sur le tableau). Et en gros caractère bleu, Hits of Hariharan, volume 1.

Bien qu'il n'y est rien de nouveau à l'horizon, le cd reste plaisant à l'écoute et n'obéit à aucun type de classement. Toutes les périodes y sont abordées en désordre. Au niveau de l'enregistrement, cela demeure inégal. Certains titres souffrent dans la qualité sonore. Mais au prix où ils sont vendus, on est largement gagnant. Et puis, c'est Hariharan, de tout de même.Octave.

Anonymous said...

Pour, le second intitulé, dans le même style de présentation, à savoir,"Nee thoungoum nérathil yen kangal thoungadhu kanmaniyé..." de MANASELAM (le 292 du tableau)et agrémenté d'un violet de Hits of Hariharan, volume 2. Cette voici, Hariharan se trouve à droite, toujours dans un petit rond.

Cela dit, au passage, l'image du chanteur est extraite d'un bel album hindi baptisé KAASH.

L'image dominante est celle des stars Meena et Ajith Kumar enlacés de CITIZEN.

Sont présentes, sur ce deuxième volume, 161 chansons de l'artiste seul ou accompagné, avec des titres très récents.

Curieusement, le tout premier (en tamoul) de Hariharan, en l'occurence, "Tamizha tamizha..." (ROJA, 1992), n'est ni sur l'un ou ni sur l'autre, ou encore, (entre autres), le très oublié des compilations : "Kannil kannil..." (MUSTAPHA)(Le 12ème du tableau).

Ce sera, peut-être, pour une prochaine fois... Ne désespérons pas !

Il résulte un autre avantage, dans ce format (le mp3) :

les titres de Hariharan qui pourraient avoir échappés à notre vigilence (de consommateurs assidus de sa merveilleuse voix), lors de la sortie officielle de la bande originale, où il est présent sur l'album, peut certainement combler cet oubli, à condition que les éditeurs fassent bien leur travail, derrière, une espèce de leçon de rattrappage, en quelque sorte.

Concrètement, le fait que je trouve, parmi d'autres nouveautés, les délicieux titres( 2 chansons) du film, THAMBIKKU INDHA OURE, sur ce second volume, est d'une part "vâchement" agréable dans la découverte (musicalement) et me permets d'apprécier encore davantage le professionnel : Hariharan.

La seule fausse note est toujours, ce manque de rigueur de la part de nos éditeurs (Les compagnies de disques).

Ils omettent systèmatiquement voire volontairement la provenance (les films et les compositeurs) des titres extraits.

Mais heureusement, qu'il existe des sites comme le vôtre (qui de loin, me semble le meilleur, de part son côté concis, clair, simple et agréable).

Ne vous arretez pas, continuez...Octave.

Anonymous said...

Pour vous procurer,

ces deux volumes,
("Malai katru vandhu tamizh pesudhé...")(Volume 1)
et ("Nee thoungoum nérathil yen kangal thoungadhu kanmaniyé...")(Volume 2),

une seule adresse :

12, rue Perdonnet, 75010 Paris,
tèl : 01 42 09 21 43
L'ancien, Lune International

ராஜா said...

@Anonymous

Thanks for visiting this blog regularly and also for the information you gave.

Anonymous said...

Bonne Anniversaire pour ce formidable site dédié au chanteur Hariharan ! Octave.

Anonymous said...

Un Manathai Tholaithu (Bit) -

Je cherche en vain ce titre (n°394 dans la liste) depuis quelque temps déjà.

J'espère y arriver un jour. Octave.

Anonymous said...

Quelqu'un peut-il donner
le titre du film
d'où est extraite la chanson n°394,
(à savoir "Un manathai tholaithu..." ?

Merci d'avance. Octave

Anonymous said...

i am also a great fan of hariharan . when search the song "oivedu oivedu nilave" in google i find your site.if i listen atleast one song in hari i miss some thing in that day.

Anonymous said...

Hey !! you missed IRUBATHU VAYATHUVARAI SONG

and
TAVAMINTRIKIDAITAVARAME song
February 16, 2010 9:51 PM

ராஜா said...

@Anonymous

Thanks for coming and your comment.

Irubathu Vayathuvarai(134th) and Thavamindri Kidaitha Varame (289th) are already in the list

Anonymous said...

Raja, vous réalisez un merveilleux travail, continuez dans cette voie ! Octave.

Indranx said...

do you have download link to get those songs?

ராஜா said...

@Indranx

I dont have any specific link to download all the songs. You can get his latest tamil songs from www.123musiq.com
If realplayer is installed in your system, you can download most of his tamil songs from www.thiraipaadal.com

Nah said...

thanks for the list..i now have a few songs to add to my collection.
If anyone manages to find a site to download indhu maha samuthirame..pls share it with me! I can't seem to find any ;)

Anonymous said...

I cant understand Tamil. But I like tamil language and love tamil songs. 'Tavamindri kidaitha varame' song is one of my favourites. Can anyone please give me word to word meaning (in Telugu or English)of this song?

Anonymous said...

Ikkuthae Kangal Vikkuthae (Vithagan, 2011) avec Shreya Ghoshal (Octave)

Anonymous said...

Sollavanthaen... (Paroles : Muthu Vijayan)
SUZHAL (2011).
Seul et avec Sadhana Sargam.
Musique : L.V.Ganesan
Octave.

Anonymous said...

Vaanam Ellam... (Paroles : Kavivarman)
VELOURE MAVATHAM (VELLORE MAAVATTAM)(2011)
Avec Shruthi
Musique :Sundar C. Babu
Octave.

Anonymous said...

Adikadi Mudi... (Paroles : Kartick Netha)
PONMALAI POZHUDU (PONMAALAI POZHUDHU)(2012)
Avec Sathiyan et Priya Himesh.
Musique : C.Sathiyan
Durée : 4 minutes 25
Octave.

Anonymous said...

Kaatrilellam...(Paroles : Pavendhar Bharadidassan)
Avec Sadhana Sargam et Chorus
UDHUMBAN (UDUMBAN)(2012)
Musique : S.Balan
Durée : 5 minutes 26
Octave.

Anonymous said...

Kandavudan Kadhal...
(Paroles : Pavendhar Bharadidassan)
Avec Chorus
UDHUMBAN (UDUMBAN)(2012)
Musique : S.Balan
Durée : 5 minutes 08
Octave.

Anonymous said...

Pallikoodam Mudhalmani...
(Paroles : Pavendhar Bharadidassan)
Avec Anuradha Sriram et Chorus
UDHUMBAN (UDUMBAN)(2012)
Musique : S.Balan
Durée : 4 minutes 50
Octave.

Anonymous said...

Titre : Vilayaattaa Padagotty...
Paroles : Na.Muthukumar
Interpréte : Avec Chorus
Film : DHONI
Année : 2012
Musique : Ilayaraja
Durée : 4 minutes 44
Octave.

Anonymous said...

Titre : Amruthamayi Abhayamai...
Interpréte : Hariharan
Paroles : Rafeeq Ahamed (en Malayalam)
Musique : Ilayaraja
Film : SNEGAVEEDHU (SNEHAVEEDU)
Année : 2011 (Le 30 septembre)
Durée : 5 minutes 36
Octave.

Anonymous said...

Titre : Ammakkuruvi...
Interpréte : Hariharan
Paroles : O.N.V.Kurup (en Malayalam)
Musique : Dr.Suresh Manimala
Film : PAATTINTE PALAZHI
Année : 2010 (Le 20 août)
Durée : 6 minutes 07
Octave.

Anonymous said...

Ilaman Kannilude...(Walking in the moonlight)
Interpréte : Hariharan et Chorus
Paroles : Kaithapram Damodaran Namboothiri
Musique : Vidhiya Sagar
Film : SATHIYAM SIVAM SUDHARAM (Malayalam)
Année : 2000
Durée : 5 minutes 38

Particularité :

Ce titre fut repris, quelques années plus tard, pour la bande originale du film, MOZHI de 2007 (le 23 février), sous la plume tamoule du parolier Vaïramuthu,

pour donner "Kannal Pesum Penne...".

Il fut interprété là-bas, par le légendaire ténor indien S.P.Balasubramanium sous une ré-orchestration légèrement différente de l'original, toujours par le virtuose Vidhiya Sagar.

Octave.

Anonymous said...

Titre : Entha Kaalathilum...
Interpréte : Hariharan
Paroles : Ceylon Pentecostal (Chrétiennes)
Musique : B.Surendra
Album :
Année :
Durée : 4 minutes 19
Octave.

Particularité :

Le chanteur Hariharan s'empare ici, d'un grand classique tamoul de la religion chrétienne.

Il y apporte bien-entendu, sa touche personnelle sur ce magnifique chant de louange.

Il en existe des centaines de versions, jusqu'à présent.

Le sien (celui de Hariharan) se démarque du lot.

L'un des plus anciens, fut interprété par le religieux V.Natharaja Mudhaliyar qui reste d'ailleurs, encore aujourd'hui, puissant à l'écoute.

Octave.

Anonymous said...

Aujourd'hui, Mercredi 4 juillet 2012, la liste est arrêtée à 430 titres tamouls. Octave.
Continuez Raja !
Merci encore !

ராஜா said...

@Anonymous
I have now updated the list with the latest songs. Though the count is showing as 441, the actual count is 454 as of now. Because if there is more than one version, then I just mentioned only once. I'm still looking for if there is any song which i don't have :)

Anonymous said...

Bonjour, Raja,

Je passe régulièrement par votre (toujours excellent) site.

Je me suis aperçu (avec joie) que la liste s'est rallongé, sous vos efforts.

Merci Raja, de vos précieuses informations.
Octave.

Anonymous said...

Bonjour, Raja,

Je passe régulièrement par votre (toujours et excellent) site.

Je me suis aperçu (avec joie) que la liste s'est rallongée, sous vos efforts.

Merci Raja, de vos précieuses informations. Octave.

Anonymous said...

Excellent work!!!. Keep it up.....
Manathe (The Fair Havens-2012)

Anonymous said...

Missing songs;
1."Kalki" Serial Title Song
2.Manathe (The Fair Havens-2012)
3.Porthy's advertisement song (2012)

Anonymous said...

Cher Raja,
Bonne Année 2013 !

A présent, la liste compte 442 chansons tamoules de Hariharan. (Le 1er janvier 2013)

Elle est loin d'être finie.

D'ailleurs,

Titre : Kutti Puli Kootam...
Interprète : Hariharan,Tippu,
Narayanan, Sathiyan et Ranina Reddy
Paroles : Vivecka
Musique : Harris Jayaraj
Film : THUPPAKKI
Année : 2012 (Le 10 octobre)
Durée : 6 minutes 06
Octave.

Titre : Vennilave...
Interprète : Hariharan et Bombay Jayashri
Paroles : Na.Muthukumar
Musique : Harris Jayaraj
Film : THUPPAKKI
Année : 2012 (Le 10 octobre)
Durée : 4 minutes 47
Octave.

Anonymous said...

Titre : Manathe...
Interprète : Hariharan
Paroles : J V Peter
Musique : Le Pasteur Sam Alex/Aby Salvin Thomas
Film : VIDHUDALAI (Album Chrétien)
Année : 2012
Durée : 4 minutes 38
Octave.

Anonymous said...

Raja,
je vous envoie un article d'un journal franco-indien en ligne, intitulé Tamil Express, dans la rubrique "Politique", daté du 8 juillet 2012, concernant le chanteur Hariharan,
qu'en pensez-vous ?

Hariharan se produit à Colombo, une trahison pour les Tamouls ?

La nouvelle est vécue comme une trahison par les Tamouls et tout particulièrement par les défenseurs des Tamouls de l'Eelam. En effet le chanteur Hariharan doit se produire au Sri Lanka cet été. Un concert organisé avec l'appui de plusieurs acteurs du divertissement de l'île et de partisans de Mahinda Rajapaksa.


Le chanteur Hariharan est très apprécié par les Tamouls de l'Eelam car il a prêté sa voix à de nombreuses chansons en l'honneur de la cause tamoule et spécialement pour les martyrs tombés sous les balles du gouvernement sri lankais. Ses chansons sont systématiquement reprises lors de la commémoration des "Maveerar" (héros) célébré à travers le monde chaque 27 novembre. La chanson "Mannil Viliuntha Muththukkale" chanté par Hariharan est d’ailleurs l'une des chansons les plus vendues en CD et en DVD selon les distributeurs basés en Suisse.

La popularité du chanteur auprès de la diaspora tamoule lui a même permis plusieurs tournées européennes, il s'est par exemple produit au Zénith de Paris dans les années 2000 en compagnie des actrices Kushboo et Ramba. La diaspora tamoule est décue et s'attriste de la décision de leur chanteur de se produire au Sri Lanka et de prêter son image à la propagande du gouvernement.

Le gouvernement sri lankais accusé de crimes de guerre et de crimes contre l'humanité dépense des millions pour redorer l'image du pays et pour donner l'illusion d'avoir réglé les problèmes de la minorité tamoule. C’est dans cet objectif que le gouvernement sri lankais avait organisé les cérémonies de l’IIFA en 2010, récompensant les meilleurs films hindi à l’international. Le gouvernement compte se rattraper avec le concert de Hariharan, la star des Tamouls. Sa venue au Sri Lanka donnerait une image d'un pays calme où les deux peuples vivraient en harmonie. Une illusion que le gouvernement doit créer pour éviter la pression des pays occidentaux qui réclament une enquête sur les allégations de crimes de guerre.

La décision du chanteur reste incomprise, tout d'abord par la date. Le mois de juillet, durant lequel se déroule le concert, est tristement appelé le "Black July" car le mois de juillet 1983 a été marqué par une monté des violences au Sri Lanka qui a abouti à un pogrom anti-tamoul de 3000 morts, 12.000 blessés et 1.300 femmes violées. Les auteurs de ces massacres bien qu'ils soient identités n'ont toujours pas été jugés. Quant au lieu, le chanteur devrait se produire dans un quartier huppé de la capitale où les Cingalais fortunés sont majoritaires.

La colère des Tamouls et le sentiment de trahison s'est accentué lorsque le 14 juin 2012, le groupe de reggae américain "Big Mountain" a déclinée l'invitation du gouvernement sri lankais pour se produire lors du festival de reggae du Sri Lanka. Le groupe dans un communiqué s'est dit honoré par cette invitation qui leur donnerait une occasion de chanter pour la paix auprès de leurs frères et sœurs mais que le groupe était contraint de décliner cette invitation de peur que ce concert masque les violences commises lors de la guerre civile envers la population tamoule.

Les activistes s'interrogent sur la décision des artistes qui participent aux événements organisés par l'Etat sri lankais sachant que ce dernier essaie de redorer son image afin de cacher ses crimes. Les artistes étrangers comprennent la fourberie des autorités sri lankaises alors que les artistes évoluant dans l'industrie tamoule ne semblent pas réaliser la portée de leurs actes. La comédienne Asin qui a dîné avec Mahinda Rajapska et la participation de Tamoules à un concours de beauté sri lankais à Paris sont les derniers exemples en date.

Anonymous said...

Raja, je vous envoie un autre article pertinent, sur Hariharan, cette en anglais, donnez-moi votre opinion :

Hariharan – A Great Musician Lost


Paths are not found in the distant lands, they exist in our hearts – Buddha


“Hari must be sleeping now thanks to his favourite ‘sharaab’!” A middle aged women sitting behind me loudly commented and a wave of laughter washed around. It was an evening many years ago at Chennai’s Music Academy Auditorium and it was past the time for the start of Hariharan’s Ghazal concert. The auditorium had filled up. Accompaniments like Sarangi, tabla, harmonium, flute and guitar were all tuned up and kept ready on the stage. But Hariharan had not arrived yet though one hour had already passed beyond the appointed time. The crowd was getting restive. Shouts of anger and disorderly expressions of displeasure were beginning to raise their heads in a confused hall. To pacify the crowd musicians arrived on the stage and started tuning the music instruments again. Half an hour later Hariharan walked in with his quick strides and sat on the stage. There was a collective sigh of relief from the audience, but very little of welcome claps. Hariharan in no mood to be apologetic for his late arrival, drawn the harmonium close to him and started singing. “When the loneliness of the night thumps like my heart….” ‘Jab Raat Ki Tanhaayee Dil Ban Ke Dhadakti Hai…’

A magic descended on the audience. Everything forgotten and they seemed to have been transported to their own worlds of musical bliss. It was a Ghazal written by Bashir Badr, the people’s Ghazal poet of Urdu and set to the musical score by Hariharan himself in his very first album, Abshaar-E-Ghazal means the waterfall of Ghazals. By the time Hariharan had reached the last landing note of the Ghazal, I was lost in an indefinable but overwhelming feeling which left me with moist eyes. I had not heard that Ghazal sung by Hariharan before that. What followed over the next 2 hours was undoubtedly one of the most amazing Ghazal concerts I had heard in my entire lifetime. That unforgettable concert proved to me once again that Hariharan is indeed a very rare Ghazal singer.

Anonymous said...

A few years later, I went to meet Hariharan at Chennai’s five star hotel Le Meridian. I too had played a small part in promoting and marketing some of Hariharan’s albums as our music company held the distribution rights of many of his albums of nineties, but this was the first time that I met him at close quarters. This meet was in connection with a music event to be held in Kuwait. He arrived well past the time he had allotted to me for the meeting. But my enthusiasm remained undiminished as I was to meet in person my much loved Ghazal singer. At the moment I saw him, I greeted him ‘Hariji’ and touched his feet. He smiled but appeared lost in some concerns. At that time he was acting as the hero of leading lady Khushbu in a Tamil film, Power of women and his involved mobile phone conversations was around it.

On the lift to his room from the foyer of the hotel, he asked an attractive woman in modern dress,”Weren’t you in the flight from Mumbai, this morning?” After a short and definitive ‘no’ as if she did not know who he was, she got off at the next floor. Hariharan’s face showed his disappointment. I too felt embarrassed and I told myself about the woman, ‘what a wasted life oblivious to music’! Our meeting became an acutely disconcerting experience, rocked as it was by the combined effects of the complications of the film Power of women and the ‘beauty on the lift’. To my request that he may include some important Ghazals of him in the Kuwait music show, he said rather crossly, ”I will take care of that. I never discuss with anybody on the list of songs for my stage shows.” When I told him that I need to give the list of songs to the instrumental musicians in advance, his reply was, “I will see to it later.” I left the place without wanting to disturb my favorite singer anymore.

Anonymous said...

From the time in mid-eighties when I first started listening Hariharan’s Ghazals, I had a great crush on his out-of-this-world rendering style and the rare magnetism of his voice. Though I was a huge fan of Jagjit Singh at that time, till I was introduced to the Ghazals of Mehdi Hassan in the early nineties, Hariharan remained the Ghazal singer closest to my heart. I was wonder-struck and enthused that Hariharan, a South Indian, was so brilliantly and effortlessly handling a genre of music that Pakistanis and North Indians were dominating to the exclusion of almost all others.

I have been an ardent fan of his Ghazals starting from ‘Daayam Pada Hua’ of the album ‘Ghazal Ka Mausam’, one of his early albums that came in 1983, ‘Kuch Door Hamarey Saat Chalo’ from the earlier mentioned ‘Abshaar-E-Ghazal’, ‘Ban Nahin Paaya’, ‘Saakia Jaaye Kahaan’, ‘Awara’ and ‘Hum Ne Kaati’ from the album ‘Horizon’, ‘Kab Tak Yoon Hi’ from the album ‘Reflections’, ‘Haat Mein Le Kar’ from the album ‘Sukoon’ to ‘Kaash Aisa’, ‘Yeh Aainey Se’, ‘Jhoom Le’ and ‘Maikade Bandh Karey’ from the album ‘Kash’ released in 2000. I was a regular listener of his albums like ‘Paigham’, ‘Dil Ki Baat’, ‘Gulfaam’, ‘Qaraar’, ‘Jashn’ and ‘Haazir’. I can keep on listing my favourite Hariharan ghazals like ‘Aa Chandni Bhi’, ‘Ahde Wafa Aahista’, ‘Jab Who Mere Kareeb’, ‘Mujhe Phir Wahi Yaad’, ‘Koyi Pata Hiley’, ‘Jiya Jiya Na Jiya’, ‘Koyi Saaya Jhilmilaaya’, ‘Phool Hain Chand Hain’ and ‘Shahar Dhar Shahar’.

Anonymous said...

His very first film song too is a spell-binding Ghazal. It was the composition of one of my favourite Indian film music composers, Jaidev. That Ghazal ‘Ajeeb Saneha Mujh Par Guzar Gayaa Yaaron’ was the highly noticed song of the Hindi film Gaman released in 1978. Hariharan won the Best Singer Award of the Uttar Pradesh State Government for that song. He was bestowed with the unique honour of singing ‘Kabhi Main Kahoon’ and ‘Yeh Lamhe’ for the film Lamhe by composers Shiv-Hari, a duo formed by Santoor maestro Shiv Kumar Sharma and the Flute legend Hari Prasad Chaurasia. Later, Hariharan gave hundreds of hit film songs in languages as diverse as Hindi, Marathi, Bhojpuri, Bengali, Tamil, Malayalam, Kannada and Telugu. He won the National Award as India’s Best Playback Singer, twice.

Hariharan, whose mother tongue is Tamil, was born in Trivandrum, Kerala, on 3rd April of 1955. His father, H.A.S.Mani, was a native of Trivandrum. Emerging as one of the first graduates of Travancore Music College, H.A.S.Mani migrated to Bombay and ran a South Indian music school there. As a music teacher he had the distinction of creating many famous Carnatic classical singers like Bombay Sisters. A ten years old girl named Alamelu came as his student and learnt from him for nine years. Later, the 31 years old Mani wooed and wed his 19 years old student Alamelu. Hariharan was born a year later. Alamelu herself was a very gifted music talent. Hariharan grew up in an ambience that always brimmed with music. Unfortunately, Hariharan lost his father when he was barely eight years old.

Anonymous said...

Having lost her husband at the age of 28, Alamelu Mani lived only for her son. She grew in stature as a Carnatic musician learning from legends like Semmangudi and T.Brinda. She also served as the first Principal of the Music School owned by Bombay’s famous Shanmukhananda Sabha. Her disciples run to thousands. She taught Carnatic music to Hariharan as his first Guru. But, even as a child, Hariharan was attracted to Hindustani music than Carnatic music. And he was particularly partial to the Ghazals of Mehdi Hasan. He loved Jagjit Singh’s Ghazals as well. Having decided that Hindustani music was his destiny, even as a teenager Hariharan managed to become the disciple of the famous singer and teacher Ustad Ghulam Mustafa Khan.

Ghulam Mustafa Khan is the heir of the glorious Rampur-Sahaswan Gharana which was a branch of Saania music tradition established by Mian Tansen himself. Hariharan got completely immersed in this Hindustani music tradition by his music tutelage under Ustad Ghulam Mustafa Khan. His daily routine now included anything between 10 to 13 hours of practice and music training. Hariharan’s consuming ambition was only to live as a Ghazal singer and he was determined to learn Urdu, the language of Ghazals. He consummately devoted his total attention to the subtleties, nuances and flourishes of the Urdu verses. Later his mastery in Urdu won admiration even in Lucknow, the capital of Urdu in India.

Anonymous said...

In the meanwhile, having graduated from college, Hariharan started giving small concerts. His innings with television started from its Black & White era. Composer Jaidev, who officiated as a judge in an All India music competition in 1977 noticed Hariharan who had won it. That was how he was called upon to sing his number in Gaman. But for years thereafter Hariharan did not get any opportunity worth mentioning in films but he was singing now and then a few film songs in Hindi.

But those times were the golden years of Hariharan’s Ghazals. That was when most of his albums I have mentioned earlier in this article were released. He himself composed the music of most of his Ghazals. He took up the Ghazals already popular in Pakistan and India and totally recomposed them in different ragas and sang them. It was no ordinary feat that he succeeded hugely in this labour of love. He acquired a huge fan following all over India and Pakistan through his Ghazal albums and concerts.

Anonymous said...

We could list many things as special musical qualities of Hariharan. His voice counts as a principal specialty. It has a unique romantic touch to it. The indefinably heart-warming nuances of music that he imparts with his voice are inimitable. The fund of his imagination and the depth of his knowledge of music aided by very many years of the most rigorous practice enabled the effortless flow of musical flourishes that are spell-binding. With his grasp of the minutest details of Hindustani classical music on top of an already sound foundation of Carnatic classical music, he commanded absolute felicity in any kind of notes of creative musical expressions.

It was only after the release of more than ten much acclaimed Ghazal albums, he got to sing the ‘Tamizha Tamizha’ number in Maniratnam's 1992 superhit film Roja under a debutant A.R.Rahman’s baton. In the Hindi version of the Roja he sang the same song as ‘Bharat Hum Ko’ and the Tamil ‘Kaadhal Rojavey’ number as ‘Roja Jaane Man’. It was only from then on that Hariharan came to be known as a full-time film playback singer. Hariharan is reported to have sung over thousand songs in Hindi films but he had very few hit numbers there. These were mostly Hindi versions of A.R.Rahman’s Tamil songs.

Anonymous said...

Hariharan won his first National Award in 1998 for the song ‘Mere Dushman Mere Bhai’ in the film Border, with Anu Malik as music composer. I have to mention that there was nothing great about the composition and rendering of the song other than the lyrics which placed upfront the idea of national integration and the philosophy that life alone is important and not war. The second time around, he won the National Award in 2009 for the song ‘Jiv Dangla Gungla’ in the Marathi film Jogwa. He has won the Best Singer award from Government of Tamilnadu, twice, and once each from Governments of Andhra Pradesh and Kerala, apart from countless awards like Filmfare, etc.

It was in Tamil that he received the opportunities to sing many songs that had quality music which also became super hits. It is true to say that it was in his mother tongue Tamil alone that he was recognized as a full fledged screen playback singer. Hariharan’s parade of hugely successful Tamil songs is quite long such as ‘Nila Kaaigiradhu’, ‘Konja Naal Poru Thalaiva’, ‘Vidukathaiya Indha Vaazhkai’, ‘Rosappoo Chinna Rosappoo’, ‘Kaadhali Kaadhali Kaadhalal’, ‘Kuchi Kuchi Raakkamma’, “Uyire Uyire’, ‘Telephone Manipol’, Kalloori Saalai’, ‘Malargale Malargale’, ‘Kannai Katti Kolladhey’, ‘Oru Mani Adithal’, ‘Minnal Oru Kodi’, ‘Anbe Anbe Kolladhey’, ‘Ennai Thaalaatta Varuvaallo’, ‘Yedho Oru Paattu’, ‘Mazhai Thuli Mazhai Thuli’, ‘Nee Kaatru Naan Maram’, ‘Irupadhu Kodi Malargal’, ‘Pachhai Nirramey’, ‘Kandu Kondein Kandu Kondein’, ‘Chuttum Vizhi Chudar Than’, ‘Nilavu Paattu’, ‘Yaar Solvadho’, ‘Oru Ponnu Onnu Naan’, ‘Oru Poyyavadhu Sol’, ‘En Mana Vaanil’, ‘Vennilavey Vennilavey’, ‘Manjal Veyil Maalaiyiley’, ‘Mudhal Mazhai’, ‘Vaaji Vaaji’, ‘Nenjukkul Peidhidum Maamazhai’ etc.

Anonymous said...

May be the acclaim and success that attended his Tamil film songs and the disappointment at not becoming a super star singer at all India level disoriented and transformed him! Little slip by little slip he let slip the reality of his Ghazal moorings. It appears that post-nineties he saw Ghazal singing as a side line that did not attract the big crowd and began concentrating on becoming a famous playback singer and the most successful pop star of India. In the beginning he appeared to be succeeding in it.

His album ‘Halka Nasha’ in pop music mode was a success. His first album partnering Leslie Lewis as ‘Colonial Cousins’ was a huge success. But all his efforts at pop music that followed were unmitigated disappointments. After the no show of two succeeding albums, Colonial Cousins were practically lost. He made an effort to resuscitate the Colonial Cousins as a composer duo by scoring music for the two failed Tamil films Modhi Vilaiyaadu and Chikkubukku.

Anonymous said...

He has been losing his place as a topnotch Ghazal singer from the end nineties onwards. Today he appears standing forlorn with nothing worthwhile to contribute in Ghazals. His later albums like ‘Atma’, ‘Dil Aisa Kisi Ne Mera Toda’, ‘Lahore Ke Rang Hari Ke Sang’ and ‘Waqt Par Bolna’ will make us shake our head in disbelief and make us think that how could he descend to such levels from his own extreme high standards of yore!

For his ardent fans like me, his Ghazal concerts have long since become parodies that are disappointing in the extreme. His shows on stage have become a stage to demonstrate his gladiatorial narcissism where he sings elaborations that nobody else can sing. Now, he has taken this unbecoming demeanour even to stage shows of film and pop music where he concentrates on proving that he stands way above his fellow stage singers.

Anonymous said...

If the composer is not strict in keeping him faithful to the score during recording, he apparently takes that as a licence to indulge in such exaggerated flourishes which are totally graceless. Over the years he has developed the habit of shooting himself in the foot by appearing on the stage, taking after some flambuoyant and outlandish western singers, in weird costumes and weird hairdos ill-suited to his appearance. It appears that he believes in enhancing his appeal with all these!

Obviously, no Ghazal singer whose forte is to sit in absolute peace behind his harmonium (read behind his music!) and lose himself in the overwhelming flow of soulful music from his own vocal chords, can indulge in such demeaning gyrations! Who will tell Hariharan that even the likes of Lionel Richie, whom he claims to be his pop music idol, never appeared in such absurd costumes and make-ups?

Anonymous said...

Hariharan’s out of this world music talent and his music training beyond human endurance have vanished in his all consuming love of ‘Hari’ as can be seen in his albums like ‘Colours of Lahore in words of Hari’ and ‘Hari and I’. With the arrival of this new and bloated ‘Hari’, the soulful Ghazal singer called A.Hariharan was totally lost. As his Ghazals took the back seat, Hari simply has got too far ahead of his music! Today he is on an ego trip appearing in the reality music shows on television channels. There he terrorizes the already wilted young talents by demonstrating his impossible to reproduce strings of music notes.

Recently Hariharan won one more award in a Malayalam film awards function conducted by a Malayalam channel. It was no surprise that he got this award for such an average song sung by him for the Malayalam film Snehaveedu under Ilayaraja’s baton. It goes without saying that he is an important judge in the ‘Music Reality Show’ of that channel! During this show, Hariharan called to the stage the lyricist and singer of last year’s runaway viral song ‘Why This Kolaveri’, actor Dhanush with a bouquet of praise. Hariharan praised Kolaveri to the skies! Dhanush, who was reluctant to sing or even speak in Hariharan’s presence, was his humble self. He said, “Kolaveri is not a song nor am I a singer. The song is a mistake. Please do not embarrass me by praising in this fashion a song which got ready in mere thirty minutes for the publicity of a film.”

Hariharan would have none of that. He kept on praising the song and Dhanush’s singing of it calling it a ‘cool’ and ‘trendy’ song. If it was a mistake, he went on to say, make that mistake again and again. All this came about just because the song had an unbelievable success! Hariharan sang along Kolaveri with Dhanush on that stage! To me, Hariharan today is totally divorced from his true music, separated from his roots and claims to be something which he is not! Hariji, please tell me how should a simple fan of your music like me face this deep darkness and immeasurable loneliness of this endless night?
When the loneliness of the night….
Thumps like my heart….
Jab raat ki tanhaayee…
Dil ban ke dhadakti hai…
Posted by SHAJI at 10:11 AM

Anonymous said...

Raja, je vous envoie un autre article pertinent, sur Hariharan, cette fois en anglais, donnez-moi votre opinion :

Il est signé d'un certain Shaji !

Shaji
Music is not to be learnt but to be felt

ராஜா said...

Hi,

Belated New year wishes.

I have already read those articles before. I usually ignore them since I am least bothered about such opinions on Hariharan. I just love his voice and singing style very much. So these kind of articles are not going to stop me listening to his songs :)

Moreover I am not a music expert to tell whether he sings perfectly or not. What matters to me is I like it or not and it is 'like' for most of his songs :)

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Anonymous said...

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Kirubaharan S said...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kvne0hguFMQ
Watch the melody Poda Po in the magical voice of Hariharan from the Tamil film Aal.

Anonymous said...

Sadugudu Vizhiyil (Hariharan et chorale)
Paroles : Vaïramuthu
Musique : N.R.Raghunanthan (CD : 9 février 2014)
Film : SIVAPPU
(CD : 9 février 2014)
Octave

Anonymous said...

Titre :Unnale Naan Marinen...
Paroles : Na.Muthukumar
Interprète : Hariharan et Sachin
Musique : Sathishkumar
Film : KABADAM
Date de sortie : 22 août 2014
Octave.

Anonymous said...

Titre : Unnale Naan Marinen...
Paroles : Na.Muthukumar
Interprète : Hariharan et Sachin
Musique : Sathishkumar
Film : KABADAM
Date de sortie : 22 août 2014
Octave.

Anonymous said...

Titre : Pillai Nila...
Interprète : Hariharan
Paroles :
Musique : Kelvin Jayakanth
Album : JIL - Just In Love
Date de sortie : 22 juillet 2014
Octave.

Anonymous said...

Album : JIL - Just In Love, 7 chansons en langue tamoule par Hariharan. Octave.

Anonymous said...

Thanneer Vitta Valarthom...
Paroles : Subramania Bharathi dit Bharathiyar
Interprète : Hariharan et Srisha
Musique : Dhina
Film : PUDIYE BHARADI
Année : (CD : 19 Février 2013)
Octave.

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