Tui Amare Korli Pagol | তুই আমারে করলি পাগল | Rojjob Dewan |Bangla Folk Song |হাওরের গান

#Pagol_O_Banailire Amare Song: Tui Amare Korli Pagol Singer: Modhumita Talukdar Jony Lyrics: Rojjob Dewan সংগীত পরিচালনা ও হারমোনিয়াম: অরুণ কান্তি তালুকদার প্যাড: অলক কর বাঁশি: প্রনয় দাস দোতরা: মতিন মিয়া Label: #old_is_gold Online partner: Thanks: হাওর.টিভি Rajjab Ali Dewan was born in 1922 in the village of Charchanpara in Dhaka district. His father’s interest is the inspiration for his songs. He said Pir Maulvi. Dayal Abdul Quader Shah took bayat from Chishti and started writing songs, practicing and performing songs professionally from 196 onwards at the behest of Guru. Rajjab Ali Dewan was particularly fond of mystic music. Many of his songs can still be heard on radio and television with the voices of various artists. The devotee of this tune passed away in 1992. #রজ্জব_আলী_দেওয়ান ১৯২২ খ্রিস্টাব্দে ঢাকাজেলার অন্তর্গত চর্চনপাড়া গ্রামে জন্মগ্রহণ করেন। পিতার একান্ত আগ্রহই তার গানের প্রেরণা। তিনি পীর মৌলভী মো. দয়াল আবদুল কাদের শাহ চিশতীর কাছে বায়াত নেন এবং গুরুর আদেশে ১৯৬৬ সাল থেকে গান লেখা, চর্চা ও পেশাগতভাবে গান পরিবেশনা শুরু করেন। রজ্জব আলী দেওয়ান মরমি সংগীতের প্রতি বিশেষ অনুরক্ত ছিলেন। তার রচিত অসংখ্য গান বেতার ও টেলিভিশনে বিভিন্ন শিল্পীর কণ্ঠে আজও শোনা যায়। ১৯৯২ সালে এ সুরের সাধক পরলোক গমন করেন। Folk has come to occupy the lives of Bangladeshis almost more than any other genre of Bengali music. Among the luminaries of the different folk traditions are Lalon Fokir, Shah Abdul Karim, Radharaman Dutta, Hason Raja, Khursheed Nurali (Sheerazi), Ramesh Shil, Kari Amir Uddin Ahmed and Abbas Uddin. Folk songs are characterised by simple musical structure and words. Before the advent of radio, entertainment in the rural areas relied on a large extent on stage performances by Folk singers. With the arrival of new communication technologies and digital media, many folk songs were modernised & incorporated into modern songs. Folk music can be classified into several subgenres: Baul: mainly inspired by Lalon and almost exclusively performed by Baul mystics. Bhandari: Devotional music from the South (mainly Chittagong). Bhatiali: Music of fishermen and boatman, almost always tied by a common ragas sung solo. Bhawaiya: Song of bullock-cart drivers of the North (Rangpur). Dhamail: A form of folk music and dance originated in Sylhet. It is practiced in the Sylhet Division in Bangladesh and in areas influenced by the Sylheti culture such as the Barak Valley of Assam and parts of Tripura, Meghalaya & Manipur in India. Gazir Gaan: Devotional songs dedicated to Gazi Pir, who is part of Pach Pir tradition of folk practice & belief. Ghazal: Popular folk music of Sufi genres, introduced from philosophy &religion in music practiced mainly by Bengali Muslims. Gombhira: Song (originated in Chapai Nawabganj) performed with a particular distinctive rhythm and dance with two performers, always personifying a man & his grand father, discussing a topic to raise social awareness. Hason Raja: Devotional songs written by a music composer by the name of Hason Raja (from Sylhet, northeastern side of Bangladesh near Assam) that was recently repopularised as dance music. Jari: songs involving musical battle between two groups Jatra Pala: songs associated exclusively with plays (performed on-stage). Usually involves colourful presentations of historical themes. Jhumur: traditional dance song form Bangladesh & eastern part of India. Kavigan: poems sung with simple music usually presented on stage as a musical battle between poets. Kirtan: devotional song depicting love to Hindu God Krishna and his (best-known) wife, Radha. Lalon: best known of all folk songs and the most important subgenre of Baul songs, almost entirely attributed to spiritual writer and composer, Lalon Fokir of Kushtia. He is known to all in West Bengal of India too.(Western Bangladesh, near the border with West Bengal). Pala Gaan: folk ballad also known as Pat. Sari: sung especially by boatmen. It is often known as workmen’s song as well. Shyama Sangeet: a genre of Bengali devotional songs dedicated to the Hindu goddess Shyama or Kali which is a form of supreme universal mother-goddess Durga or parvati. It is also known as Shaktagiti or Durgastuti.

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