I heard this classic ghazal piece in the 90’s in a movie called Monsoon Wedding and fell in love with this tune instantly. It has been in the back of my mind ever since. It’s not until recently that I took it upon myself to learn it to its entirety. I have thoroughly enjoyed learning and singing this piece. Originally sung by the wonderful artist, Farida Khanum, it has been adapted and sung by various artists over the years. I have learned from each and every artist that I have listened to while learning this song. This is my humble attempt and tribute to all the greats! Thank you for creating and putting such beautiful music out there for people to sink into. Hope you enjoy! 🙂
I want to start this year with one of my favorites from the 90’s…Dil Hi Chotta Sa, Chotti Si Asha…I love the playful innocence imbibed in this song. This song is composed by the musical genius, A.R. Rahman. His music just touches my heart and speaks to the soul.
I truly believe happiness and beauty is in the little things. The smallest things in the world makes me happy like truly connecting with someone, the ever changing colors and shades of the sky, laughing over the silliest things, listening to good music, not to mention singing…so yeah this song totally suits my style! With that presenting to you, Dil Hi Chotta Sa. Hope you enjoy it as much as I do. Wishing you much love and happiness in 2017!
This song Moh Moh Ke Dhaage is based on Rag Mishra Yaman in Hindustani and resembles Raga Lathaangi in Carnatic music system. It is composed so beautifully by Anu Malik. It is from the movie Dum Laga Ke Haisha. Apart from loving the film, this song introduced me to the singer Monali Thakur. What a beautiful singer! I love the quality and sweetness of her voice. So, here’s my version of Moh Moh Ke Dhaage for you.
Here’s a beautiful melody that I fell in love with from the movie Lootera. I love the old class era feel of this Hindi song. It’s simply a gorgeous song! Grab a cup of coffee or tea and enjoy this lovely romantic song! 😉 Without much further ado, here’s Sawaar Loon!
This is a gorgeous melody. It touched my heart, the second I heard it for the first time a little over a decade ago. Everything about it is in perfect harmony. The music, the melody, the rendition, the picturization of the song, the actors in the song, all just cooked to perfection. As I am working with background tracks and blending music with my voice at a very miniature scale, I have a greater appreciation for the amount of work that goes into the creative process of producing a music album out of thin air. From writing of the lyrics to composing to singing to mixing, everything takes so much precision and effort from so many people in creating magic that lasts with us for so long.
Presenting to you, Piyu Bole from the movie Parineeta.