Ilaiyaraaja records with symphony orchestra in Budapest for 'Music School'
Ilaiyaraaja information with symphony orchestra in Budapest for ‘Music School'(Pic Credit: IANS)

One of India’s most interesting music administrators, Isaignani Ilaiyaraaja, has acquired the background rating of the musical film, ‘Music School’, orchestrated and recorded in Budapest, Hungary.

Sources say that the much-awaited musical with compositions by Ilaiyaraaja is getting its closing touches in Budapest.

Featuring 11 songs, ‘Music School’ has been written and directed by Papa Rao Biyyala. The film consists of three songs from the Oscar-winning and much-loved basic ‘The Sound of Music’.

The film is produced by the Hyderabad-based firm Yamini Films. The producers deliberate to report background music in Budapest to match the standard of the music from ‘The Sound of Music’.

“Dr. Ilaiyaraaja has written many elements of the film’s background music for a symphony orchestra,” director Biyyala stated. “Hence we approached the Budapest Symphony Orchestra – one of many main orchestras on the planet.”

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Earlier, three songs from ‘The Sound of Music’ have been orchestrated by the London Philharmonic Orchestra earlier than the shoot of the film.

So, the music composer and the director thought it will be smart to have an orchestra of equal stature just like the Budapest Symphony rating the remainder of the music for the film.

The recording was finished on the Tom-Tom Studio in Budapest and Laszlo Kovacs performed the Budapest Symphony Orchestra.

“I’m very joyful that Raaja sir gave a lot time and involvement to my film,” director Biyyala stated.

‘Music School’ is about how college methods and oldsters put strain on kids to proceed with countless hours of research, with the hope of manufacturing medical doctors and engineers, thereby leaving no time for artwork and leisure actions.

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The film’s solid is led by Shriya Saran, Sharman Joshi, Shaan, Prakash Raj, Suhasini Mulay, Benjamin Gilani, Gracy Goswami and Ozu Barua. One of India’s ace cinematographers Kiran Deohans has filmed ‘Music School’.

‘Music School’ is to be screened on September 12 and 18 within the business/market part of the Toronto International Film Festival.

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