Aditi presents Tagore’s love songsCultural Correspondent
The melancholic mood of the Tagore’s sentimental song Amar praner porey choley gelo ke was perfectly transported in popular singer Adity Mohsin’s soothing voice. The audience felt the pain of separation as the skillful Tagore singer’s voice modulation incorporated the feeling of urging the reunion of a lost couple in the stave of the song. Truly the feeling was great.
Adity Mohsin presented about twelve Tagore songs having different mood in a solo musical programme on Tuesday at the Bengal Shilpalaya in the capital from her latest album.
The popular singer released the album titled Barshamukhor Raate Fagun Samironey in that evening. The album, produced by Bengal Foundation, features six songs on the spring and six songs on the monsoon composed by the Nobel Laureate.
Though all the songs presented by the singer at the programme are from the season’s section of Gitobitan, most of these songs, however, catch human emotions, especially love and passion.
Presentation of the song Tomarei koriachhi jiboner dhrubotara was a remarkable performance by the celebrated artiste in that evening. The song reveals the narration of one’s adoration for his beloved with soothing composition. The soulful rendition of the singer’s performance in the song Sedin dujone dulechhinu boney which describes a cherishing moment of love between a couple made the audience nostalgic.
In the chilling winter evening, Aditi’s rendition of the song Din sheshe ranga mukul, a narration of the beauty and exquisiteness of the king of all seasons, spring, added colours to the dullness prevailed in the ongoing season.
Aditi’s calm yet charming voice perfectly expressed the romance remained in the song Jokhon esechhiley andhokare, a song from Tagore’s play Shapmachan and the audience greeted her by giving repeated applauses.
Besides, the singer also presented Kon sudur hotey amar moner manjhe, Gaan guli mor soibal er dal, Fagun howai howai korechhi je dan, Ami nishi dino tomay bhalobashi, and others.
Earlier the album was launched by theatre personality Ramendu Majumdar. Bengal Foundation chairman Abul Khair Litu and its director general Luva Nahid Chowdhury were also present at the launching ceremony.
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