Hridaynath was working on the music of this movie which had a few songs, but he seemed to have drawn a blank while trying to compose this particular number. There is an interesting story about this. This is also a very mellifluent composition. Don’t end these dreams, not yet! In the interim Hridaynathji happened to view the lyrics of this song and informed Sureshji that he was keen to compose the tune for this song. Is this tune influenced by another brilliant number from Reshma, a phenomenal singer? But the Lataji song is also mesmerising. Swaravanshi March 21, at 7:
If you want to reach me offline, I can point to some links. Congratulations on having your Blog for your music! Quench this flame inside! But Mahavirji, the divine soul that he was, did not accept the award neither did he accept the cash prize from Hridaynath! No mere mortal other than Lataji can even dream of attempting to sing these songs composed by Hridaynathji! Sending loads of encouragement your way Girl! Posted by Swaravanshi at 3:
This song is NOT based on any other song!
Ponder for a taal on this Ganesh bhajan and then look for a clue – is it not based upon the melodious song “Mein Piya Teri” from Basant Bahar by Shankar-Jaikishan? He is a gem, a jewel in the crown that adorns the glorious world of Indian Music.
Film Songs in Bhupeshwari(a.k.a. Bhupeshwar, Bhupashree)
Hriaynathji remains an enigma even today and it would be not feasible to write about the works of this music composer in a short article, neither is this the aim of the article. Mahavir Mahavir Kathak, a classical vocalist and a wizard music composer, who unfortunately did not get his due recognition in the industry. I can’t believe you are a non-Marathi speaking, Sudha! Nikhil Patwardhan March 15, at 8: This is also a deepp mellifluent composition.
If you want to reach me offline, I can point to some links. Hence Hridaynathji did not have a choice. Tuesday, March 1, Malvun Taak Deep – a brief take.
Malavun taak deep – Lata Mangeshkar
This is a very special song for me. What a song malaun and you have really sung it so well. Mahavirji obliged Hridaynath and composed the song, which went on win the Maharshtra state award for the best song category. Hridaynath Mangeshkar Sung by: Ravi Ttaak contacted Suresh Bhat with his version of the tune for Keva tari pahate the original tunewithout realising the developments in the interim.
I will take a break here with a final recommendation about Hridaynathji — do listen to his following albums: But the Lataji song is also mesmerising.
The story was revealed by Hridaynath himself, albeit 30 years later during a TV show! I will be singing some other kovie based on this rare raag, once I’m done learning them. The tune of this song has a mystical feel to it, imparted by the raag Pt.
Ravi Date began working on this song. No mere mortal other than Lataji can even dream of attempting to sing these songs composed by Hridaynathji! Lata Mangeshkar Written by: Keep up the amazing pursuit! No, this is NOT a copy of any song but there is an interesting anecdote about this song.
What intrigues me is why did Hridaynathji borrow the same tune for a Hindi song about Holi, with very taka lyrics?!
Thank you Triple Arrow. There is an interesting story about this. Malvun Taak Deep Composed by: Malvun Taak Deep – a brief take by swaravanshi. He approached a close friend, K. The original song by Asha Bhosle is a folk melody and the tune is very apt for the Marathi rural mivie.
Sureshji apologised to Ravi Date and as a token of the apology, he Sureshji wrote another song malaun the tune composed by Ravi Date, which reflects the sheer genius of this person Suresh Bhat. Very well sung twak Both the Bandish and the song are scintillating. Adwait March 26, at Hence I shall focus on some of the sources of inspiration for Hridaynathji.
Has been a long time, since we found this solitude, my prince!
Sending loads of encouragement your way Girl!