7 Songs, 33 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

A. R. Rahman's score for director Rajiv Menon's 2000 Tamil romance Kandukondain Kandukondain (I've Found It) is as elegantly subdued as the film's source material—Jane Austen's Sense and Sensibility—and Rahman's signature eclecticism ensures a rich sonic diversity. Chirping birds and twinkling keyboards accompany K. S. Chithra's lilting soprano in the restrained yet luminous "Chuttum Vizhi"; "Smiyai" charmingly integrates college a cappella pop harmonies; and classical ragas inform the title track and "Kannamoochchi."

EDITORS’ NOTES

A. R. Rahman's score for director Rajiv Menon's 2000 Tamil romance Kandukondain Kandukondain (I've Found It) is as elegantly subdued as the film's source material—Jane Austen's Sense and Sensibility—and Rahman's signature eclecticism ensures a rich sonic diversity. Chirping birds and twinkling keyboards accompany K. S. Chithra's lilting soprano in the restrained yet luminous "Chuttum Vizhi"; "Smiyai" charmingly integrates college a cappella pop harmonies; and classical ragas inform the title track and "Kannamoochchi."

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