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, When you hear the prelude or interlude...

 
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venkat
post Jun 20 2008, 10:10 AM
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QUOTE(sbiswas2005 @ Jun 20 2008, 09:54 AM) *

QUOTE(simplefable @ Jun 19 2008, 06:59 PM) *

Venkat..you are absolutely right.. smile.gif
I too agree for the pre 80 term...I am an ignoramus after that.. laugh.gif


Here is one more..from my side...


http://www.mediafire.com/?xnn0blucdlw


Simpleji...I couldn't recognize the song...Will u pls declare??

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Subir Ji,

I must congratulate you for giving that interlude of that great song, "Zulfon Ki Ghata Lekar". In fact, Its instrumusic is superb, what with a peculiar percussion that keeps the song going throughout!

But, don't you think that was a tough Q? biggrin.gif

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post Jun 20 2008, 10:13 AM
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The second clue i uploaded is a sweet sweet shehnai...Am sure that YOU will have it in a Ziffy.. smile.gif

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post Jun 20 2008, 10:21 AM
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QUOTE(simplefable @ Jun 20 2008, 10:13 AM) *

The second clue i uploaded is a sweet sweet shehnai...Am sure that YOU will have it in a Ziffy.. smile.gif


Tough one, SF. But you need to clarify which one is which, prelude or interlude?

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post Jun 20 2008, 10:23 AM
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Venkat..both are interludes..before first and second stanzas. Prelude to the song is....too much obvious as there is a chorus. Will upload it too..if you want it.. smile.gif

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post Jun 20 2008, 10:26 AM
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QUOTE(simplefable @ Jun 20 2008, 10:23 AM) *

Venkat..both are preludes..before second and third stanzas. Prelude to the song is....too much obvious as there is a chorus. Will upload it too..if you want it.. smile.gif


Some nomenclature issues need sorting out. Prelude is just opening music before the song starts. Interlude is all the musical bits that come after the song starts, including the ones between Mukhda and Antara!

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PS. If you call the music between Mukhda and Antara as Prelude, then everything is Prelude only!

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Sorry Venkat..it is a typo..i edited my post, but you were first. smile.gif
Both are interludes...there will be only one prelude for a song..right ?

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Ok, so, both are interludes. But, that does not take me any nearer the answer. I give up for others like Anupama Ji to come in! biggrin.gif

One more thing. It is necessary to give a distinct ID No. for each Question. By that , you can handle multiple Q's simultaneously, before one or more are answered!

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post Jun 20 2008, 10:41 AM
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Venkat..yes, that makes sense, to give numbers for the files. If Choo lene do..is Song 1, Julfon ki ghata lekar.. is song 2...what i posted will be song 3. the clues may be numbered Song 3..clue 1...so forth.. That should do it..?
BTW, i got this familiar software in spanish version..and that stores sound files as... Nuevo archivo de sonido by default, which i presume to be New Sound file.. laugh.gif now, music is indeed universal.

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post Jun 20 2008, 08:36 PM
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Now, as the time is up...I am posting a very revealing Prelude to this great song..by Manna Da...Think all are going to jump on me.. smile.gif


http://www.mediafire.com/?cswc22y29vc

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QUOTE(simplefable @ Jun 20 2008, 08:36 PM) *

Now, as the time is up...I am posting a very revealing Prelude to this great song..by Manna Da...Think all are going to jump on me.. smile.gif


http://www.mediafire.com/?cswc22y29vc



I know the song venkat, it is from Paigham right? tongue1.gif

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post Jun 20 2008, 09:32 PM
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Pinky..you are right, as always. smile.gif
Actually this is the third and last clue to the song...venkat and subir have been really into it... laugh.gif

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QUIZ NO. 4



Here is one more gem of HFM...and this bit is the prelude to the song..any guesses ? smile.gif

Quiz No. 4 .........Clue No. 1


http://www.mediafire.com/?2wegl2hbegi

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post Jun 21 2008, 08:55 AM
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QUOTE(simplefable @ Jun 20 2008, 09:42 PM) *

QUIZ NO. 4



Here is one more gem of HFM...and this bit is the prelude to the song..any guesses ? smile.gif

Quiz No. 4 .........Clue No. 1


http://www.mediafire.com/?2wegl2hbegi


SF, just d/led this and got it in the first hearing.

The Answer:

"Chand Aahen Bharega, Phool Gul--- Lenge, Husn Ki Baat Chali To Sab Tera Naam Lenge"

A great Mukesh song (MD:KA) from Film:Phool Bane Angaare(1963).


Well, I do not have this song in my collection, but I am sure of the answer! smile.gif

Venkat

PS. Actually, even if you had given the prelude as the first clue to that Paigham song earlier, it would still have been adequately diffcult.

One more thing. The musical bits which are different and somewhat off-track, like the one given by Subir Ji from Reshmi Rumaal and your this Chand Aahen Bharega one, are the appropriate ones for this quiz. Just an opinion. Need not be right!

Venkat

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Venkat...That is marvelous. the way you recognized the song...smile.gif
I could have come out with the answer for the Paigham song..but not this one. May be because they are our favourites..?
It is difficult to comprehend what you mean by off-track..as i am literally novice when it comes to taala..and raaga...or even some instruments which are played in the song.. smile.gif
Anyway..will try to pick something which all will enjoy.. Most of the preludes will be easily recognized..but not the interludes....that is why the inclination is towards them...May be we can keep the prelude as the final clue?? smile.gif

Here is the beautiful song for your collection...

Chand aahe bharega..
Phool bane angare..
Kalyan ji anand ji
Anand bakshi
mp3, 128 kbps, 3.28 min







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post Jun 21 2008, 09:13 AM
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QUOTE(simplefable @ Jun 21 2008, 09:05 AM) *

Venkat...That is marvelous. the way you recognized the song...smile.gif
I could have come out with the answer for the Paigham song..but not this one. May be because they are our favourites..?
It is difficult to comprehend what you mean by off-track..as i am literally novice when it comes to taala..and raaga...or even some instruments which are played in the song.. smile.gif
Anyway..will try to pick something which all will enjoy.. Most of the preludes will be easily recognized..but not the interludes....that is why the inclination is towards them...May be we can keep the prelude as the final clue?? smile.gif


Nice to continue this theoretical discussion.

True, actually that Paigham song is not one of my great favorites. All the other three, Kajal, Phool Bane Angare, and Reshmi Rumaal, are my favorite songs, but with a difference again. The Kajal song is all too popular. Hence no fun! The Phool Bane and Reshmi Rumaal songs are realtively rarer and at the same time very nice songs. Hence, all the more thrilling to catch them! smile.gif

Again, my own weird musings!

Venkat

PS. Yet again, we cannot generalize on preludes and interludes. Some interludes are easier than preludes too!

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