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DEVDAS new and original music CD

Music : Ismail Darbar, Monty
Lyrics : Nusrat Badr, Sameer, and Pandit Birju Maharaj
Singers : Udit Narayan, Kavita K. Subramanium, Shreya Ghosal, Jaspinder Narula, K.K., Pandit Birju Maharaj, Madhuri Dixit, Vinod Rathod, Rashmi Sharma & Supriya Raghav
Number of songs : 10

Description : Bhansali´s Devdas is a visual masterpiece with a fresh treatment of a tragic love story. Ismail Darbar has really put a lot of effort into his music, and it shows. Credit must also be given to the singers, who just bring out the best of themselves. Rarely have we an album where ALL the songs are perfectly sung, Devdas is such an album. All in all, Devdas is without a doubt, a MUST buy.

Highly recommended for Belly Dance etc.

Bollywood film music is the most popular music in India, overshadowing classical, traditional, mainstream and Western music by far. Indian film music often combines Western and Indian elements. Imported instruments like African drums, synthesizers, percussion and strings play along side tablas & dholak drums, harmonium, and sitars & sarood giving a unique sound only found in this genre of music.

Most film soundtracks now use remixes and Punjabi dance tunes to provide catchy toe tapping tunes that are popular with the average Indian audiences as well as in the clubs around the world. The rise of Punjabi & Bhangra inspired music hitting the charts in the UK is evidence of this phenomenon.

We find many belly dance enthusiasts and lovers of world music and fusion LOVE our Hindi film music. If you aren't familiar with this style, do yourself a favour and purchase a CD today... believe me you won't be disappointed!

"People in the West ask why every Indian film is a musical - it's simply because music is a great part of our culture. We are firmly rooted as a country, as people of India, and music is so much a part of us, it is so much a part of our heritage, of our religion. Every religious festival, there are songs that are sung. In our day to day living, we wake up to music, we sleep to music. We live for music. So therefore it has to be in our films."
- Karan Johar

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This product was added to our catalog on Sunday 17 May, 2020.