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khawar Sohail
post Aug 2 2009, 02:51 PM
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I am uploading 2 very rare songs of the Wife of Master Ghulam Haidar. Her name was Umraozia begum. Here are 2 songs from film Prem Yatra 1937. Music by QS Zahoor...Enjoy! Khawar sohail
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post Aug 2 2009, 02:57 PM
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Another Umraozia begum gem from same film: Khawar Sohail
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post Aug 2 2009, 03:11 PM
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Here are 2 very early days of Talkies (1932) and these classical songs are sung by Professor Patwardhan in film Madhuri. Music is by Prasunsukh Nayak. Enjoy these gems! Khawar sohail
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post Aug 2 2009, 03:16 PM
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Second classical song from 1932 movie. same singer.
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post Aug 2 2009, 03:32 PM
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QUOTE(khawar Sohail @ Aug 2 2009, 07:41 PM) *

Here are 2 very early days of Talkies (1932) and these classical songs are sung by Professor Patwardhan in film Madhuri. Music is by Prasunsukh Nayak. Enjoy these gems! Khawar sohail
128 kbps
total: 2.58 MB
Duration: 3.21 min

Wow! Who is Prof Patwardhan? For sure he's not your average film singer! Ahmkar Kar ke is excellent.

And thanks for the two Umraozia Begum songs as well. I don't think I've heard her before.

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post Aug 2 2009, 04:25 PM
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QUOTE(Faraaj73 @ Aug 2 2009, 03:32 PM) *

QUOTE(khawar Sohail @ Aug 2 2009, 07:41 PM) *

Here are 2 very early days of Talkies (1932) and these classical songs are sung by Professor Patwardhan in film Madhuri. Music is by Prasunsukh Nayak. Enjoy these gems! Khawar sohail
128 kbps
total: 2.58 MB
Duration: 3.21 min

Wow! Who is Prof Patwardhan? For sure he's not your average film singer! Ahmkar Kar ke is excellent.

And thanks for the two Umraozia Begum songs as well. I don't think I've heard her before.

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Very nice to see the songs of the year 1932.Thanks Sohail Saheb.
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post Aug 2 2009, 04:58 PM
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Thank you so much for the rare songs!!!

woman is the mirror in which man sees the reflection of his own self, his own dormant and hidden powers of genius when she comes and stands before him
A woman is a meaning to life ! Someone who loves, who cares !

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QUOTE(Faraaj73 @ Aug 2 2009, 03:32 PM) *

QUOTE(khawar Sohail @ Aug 2 2009, 07:41 PM) *

Here are 2 very early days of Talkies (1932) and these classical songs are sung by Professor Patwardhan in film Madhuri. Music is by Prasunsukh Nayak. Enjoy these gems! Khawar sohail
128 kbps
total: 2.58 MB
Duration: 3.21 min

Wow! Who is Prof Patwardhan? For sure he's not your average film singer! Ahmkar Kar ke is excellent.

And thanks for the two Umraozia Begum songs as well. I don't think I've heard her before.

Kind Regards
Faraaj


http://www.screenindia.com/old/fullstory.php?content_id=5470


EARLY TALKIES AND RECORDED SONGS

Suresh Chandvankar
Posted online: Friday, August 15, 2003 at 0000 hours IST

Early talkies had the influence of theatre. A film had a story interspersed with some songs. Film historians consider Alam Ara to be the first talkie that was produced in 1931 by Ardeshir Irani. He is also considered as the first director of Indian talkie film. Phirozshah M. Mistry and B. Irani composed the musical score for this film. The film had only seven songs sung by Zubeida and Zillo. However, no records were cut from the songs of Alam Ara. There were some unsuccessful attempts to produce talkie films before 1931 which are now conveniently forgotten. According to a Marathi daily ‘Lokmanya’, Alam Ara was not the first Indian talkie film. According to the newspaper, Mr. Maneklal Patel of Krishna Film Company produced Nakli Tansen in 1930 which was exhibited in Realto Cinema Theatre in Girgaon. Prof. B. R. Deodhar (seen in the photo above: C.1930) was the music director and Yeshwantrao Kothare was the first recordist of Indian talkie. Charlie was the hero of Nakli Tansen. Along with this film, a short film was also produced that featured orchestra of the students of Deodhar’s school of music and a vocal recital of Kumari Amladi. Mr. Madhukar Gupte has quoted this in ‘Lokmanya’ in a letter to the editor. Incidentally, Mr. Gupte was hero in several silent films and early talkies of that era. [Ref. ‘Chitrachi Goshta’: a book in Marathi, by Babu Moshay, Majestic Prakashan, Mumbai, 1995, Page 20]. Later on Prof. B. R. Deodhar provided music to more than ten films and produced Neela in both Hindi and Marathi in the year 1935. But this was a wild goose chase in which he failed miserably which compelled him to abandon film production and the film line forever.

As per recorded history, the first gramophone record of film music was HMV N 5622 - from the Hindi film Madhuri sung by Prof. Vinayakrao Patwardhan in raga Tilang and Bahar. He also sang for HMV N 5623, the next record in ragas Kafi and Malkauns. He was the disciple of Pandit Vishnu Digambar Paluskar, acted only in one film and recorded four songs based on Hindustani classical music. Imperial Film Company produced this film whose music director was Mr. Pransukh M. Nayak. These records with green label were sold in the market in 1932 with due credit given to Prof. Patwardhan on the record label probably because he was already a celebrated singer of the gramophone company and had cut quite a few records of his stage songs and classical music.

In 1931, the Indian Art Production, Bombay, produced a film titled Farebi Jaal (Trapped) directed by M. Bhavnani.Though the name of the music director was not given but Master Vasant has been credited for the lyrics. Of the six songs in this film, Durga Khote and Master Vasant sang three each. [Ref: Hindi film geet kosh, vol.1, (1931-40), by Harminder Singh Hamraaz, 1988, page 15]. Around 1930, Master Vasant Amrut (of Surat) had cut two records: HMV P 13474 and P 13542. Gramophone Company released these records on black label in February 1931 and November 1931 respectively. Of these four songs, three are identical in the list of the songs of this film. It appears that these records were directly used in the film. It is not clear on whom the songs sung by Master Vasant Amrut were picturised. Thus, Master Vasant Amrut of Surat, could then be the first playback singer of Hindi film songs.

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QUOTE(Sukesh Hoogan @ Aug 2 2009, 07:17 PM) *

QUOTE(Faraaj73 @ Aug 2 2009, 03:32 PM) *

QUOTE(khawar Sohail @ Aug 2 2009, 07:41 PM) *

Here are 2 very early days of Talkies (1932) and these classical songs are sung by Professor Patwardhan in film Madhuri. Music is by Prasunsukh Nayak. Enjoy these gems! Khawar sohail
128 kbps
total: 2.58 MB
Duration: 3.21 min

Wow! Who is Prof Patwardhan? For sure he's not your average film singer! Ahmkar Kar ke is excellent.

And thanks for the two Umraozia Begum songs as well. I don't think I've heard her before.

Kind Regards
Faraaj


http://www.screenindia.com/old/fullstory.php?content_id=5470


EARLY TALKIES AND RECORDED SONGS

Suresh Chandvankar
Posted online: Friday, August 15, 2003 at 0000 hours IST

Early talkies had the influence of theatre. A film had a story interspersed with some songs. Film historians consider Alam Ara to be the first talkie that was produced in 1931 by Ardeshir Irani. He is also considered as the first director of Indian talkie film. Phirozshah M. Mistry and B. Irani composed the musical score for this film. The film had only seven songs sung by Zubeida and Zillo. However, no records were cut from the songs of Alam Ara. There were some unsuccessful attempts to produce talkie films before 1931 which are now conveniently forgotten. According to a Marathi daily ‘Lokmanya’, Alam Ara was not the first Indian talkie film. According to the newspaper, Mr. Maneklal Patel of Krishna Film Company produced Nakli Tansen in 1930 which was exhibited in Realto Cinema Theatre in Girgaon. Prof. B. R. Deodhar (seen in the photo above: C.1930) was the music director and Yeshwantrao Kothare was the first recordist of Indian talkie. Charlie was the hero of Nakli Tansen. Along with this film, a short film was also produced that featured orchestra of the students of Deodhar’s school of music and a vocal recital of Kumari Amladi. Mr. Madhukar Gupte has quoted this in ‘Lokmanya’ in a letter to the editor. Incidentally, Mr. Gupte was hero in several silent films and early talkies of that era. [Ref. ‘Chitrachi Goshta’: a book in Marathi, by Babu Moshay, Majestic Prakashan, Mumbai, 1995, Page 20]. Later on Prof. B. R. Deodhar provided music to more than ten films and produced Neela in both Hindi and Marathi in the year 1935. But this was a wild goose chase in which he failed miserably which compelled him to abandon film production and the film line forever.

As per recorded history, the first gramophone record of film music was HMV N 5622 - from the Hindi film Madhuri sung by Prof. Vinayakrao Patwardhan in raga Tilang and Bahar. He also sang for HMV N 5623, the next record in ragas Kafi and Malkauns. He was the disciple of Pandit Vishnu Digambar Paluskar, acted only in one film and recorded four songs based on Hindustani classical music. Imperial Film Company produced this film whose music director was Mr. Pransukh M. Nayak. These records with green label were sold in the market in 1932 with due credit given to Prof. Patwardhan on the record label probably because he was already a celebrated singer of the gramophone company and had cut quite a few records of his stage songs and classical music.

In 1931, the Indian Art Production, Bombay, produced a film titled Farebi Jaal (Trapped) directed by M. Bhavnani.Though the name of the music director was not given but Master Vasant has been credited for the lyrics. Of the six songs in this film, Durga Khote and Master Vasant sang three each. [Ref: Hindi film geet kosh, vol.1, (1931-40), by Harminder Singh Hamraaz, 1988, page 15]. Around 1930, Master Vasant Amrut (of Surat) had cut two records: HMV P 13474 and P 13542. Gramophone Company released these records on black label in February 1931 and November 1931 respectively. Of these four songs, three are identical in the list of the songs of this film. It appears that these records were directly used in the film. It is not clear on whom the songs sung by Master Vasant Amrut were picturised. Thus, Master Vasant Amrut of Surat, could then be the first playback singer of Hindi film songs.

This is a very nice and informative piece of history. I will upload more from Vinayak Rao patwardhan classical songs in coming weeks. Khawar
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QUOTE(khawar Sohail @ Aug 3 2009, 04:49 PM) *

This is a very nice and informative piece of history. I will upload more from Vinayak Rao patwardhan classical songs in coming weeks. Khawar


Some more links that may be of interest

http://www.archiveofmusic.com/

http://films.hindi-movies-songs.com/75-yea...-1931-1934.html

http://www.cs.colostate.edu/~malaiya/music_hist.html

http://www.mustrad.org.uk/articles/indcent.htm (Must read).

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Thanks for these rare songs from Madhuri.

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Another lovely rare from Sant Tulsidas
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QUOTE(khawar Sohail @ Aug 5 2009, 09:03 PM) *

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Details of year and MD...

1937 Dharmaveer - Ratnaprabha - Hain Phool Kaghaz Ke-annasaheb mainkar


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