Chhupi nari ke man me wo sita. Jiska jivan angaro pe bita. Mere jivan ke ram tera rathi hai naam. Mere mathe pe teri nishani rahe, nishani rahe. Autoplaying Similar Tracks Automatically playing similar songs. Explicit Content. Okay, Got it! Add to queue drop here. Queue 1. Ah, okay. You are commenting using your WordPress. You are commenting using your Google account.
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I remember seeing Chandan Ka Palna too. So annoying!!! Always a pleasure to read your posts. Thank you for reading, Raja! And for your kind words — I appreciate the appreciation. At last have some time to visit your blog after such a long time. I like the following songs with Ganga in it. Sorry, Madhu. Though I am not much of a fan of many of the songs you have listed above :- The songs that immediately came to my mind were the ones from Kabuliwala, Sangam, Jish Desh mein ganga behti hai, Baiju Bawra and Ganga ki lehren.
I hope he happens by… Such a pity about Gangai nathiyoram being wasted on a bad film. Thanks for this. Great post! Thank you! You are right. This was an immensely popular Bhojpuri film. Thank you for correcting me! I needed help for a project on Ganga and totally got it! Thanks again for this excellent article. Will u really compile such a list? Wah, so many composers with connections to the same date! The first lines of the comments vanished!
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Politics is, instead, an expression of our compelling need to live as one, in order to build as one the greatest common good: that of a community which sacrifices particular interests in order to share, in justice and peace, its goods, its interests, its social life. I do not underestimate the difficulty that this involves, but I encourage you in this effort.
Brothers and Sisters: I am not a theologian, an expert on the Bible, or a Catholic. But I want to discuss Pope Francis in the hope that we can examine the very profound lessons that he is teaching people all over this world and some of the issues for which he is advocating.
Now, there are issues on which the pope and I disagree — like choice and marriage equality — but from the moment he was elected, Pope Francis immediately let it be known that he would be a different kind of pope, a different kind of religious leader. He forces us to address some of the major issues facing humanity: war, income and wealth inequality, poverty, unemployment, greed, the death penalty and other issues that too many prefer to ignore.
He is reaching out not just to the Catholic Church. He's reaching out to people all over the world with an incredibly strong message of social justice talking about the grotesque levels of wealth and income inequality. Pope Francis is looking in the eyes of the wealthiest people around the world who make billions of dollars, and he is saying we cannot continue to ignore the needs of the poor, the needs of the sick, the dispossessed, the elderly people who are living alone, the young people who can't find jobs.
He is saying that the accumulation of money, that the worship of money, is not what life should be about. We cannot turn our backs on our fellow human beings.
He is asking us to create a new society where the economy works for all, and not just the wealthy and the powerful. He is asking us to be the kind of people whose happiness and well-being comes from serving others and being part of a human community, not spending our lives accumulating more and more wealth and power while oppressing others. He is saying that as a planet and as a people we have got to do better.
That's why I was so pleased that in his address to Congress today, Pope Francis spoke of Dorothy Day, who was a tireless advocate for the impoverished and working people in America. I think it was extraordinary that he cited her as one of the most important people in recent American history.
As the founder of the Catholic Worker newspaper, Dorothy Day organized workers to stand up against the wealthy and powerful. Pope Francis said of her today in Congress:. Her social activism, her passion for justice and for the cause of the oppressed, were inspired by the Gospel, her faith, and the example of the saints. How much progress has been made in this area in so many parts of the world!
How much has been done in these first years of the third millennium to raise people out of extreme poverty! I know that you share my conviction that much more still needs to be done, and that in times of crisis and economic hardship a spirit of global solidarity must not be lost.
At the same time I would encourage you to keep in mind all those people around us who are trapped in a cycle of poverty. They too need to be given hope. The fight against poverty and hunger must be fought constantly and on many fronts, especially in its causes. I know that many Americans today, as in the past, are working to deal with this problem. The fact that the pope singled out Dorothy Day — a fierce advocate in the fight for economic justice — as one of the leaders he admires most is quite remarkable.
We are living in a nation which worships the acquisition of money and great wealth, but turns its back on those in need. We are admiring people with billions of dollars, while we ignore people who sleep out on the streets. The world sounded different before recordings; the earliest recordings at once capture that world and kill it.
The nineteenth century. Sound was documented pretty much at random, with a quasi-democracy characteristic of the New World. The first cylinder machines could not record in darkness or night.
For them recording is a photograph of a sculpture; a picture, as it were, of the art, not the art itself. Whereas for the Beatles, the record itself was the art. What distinguishes the one approach from the other we could call self-consciousness. The randomness of old recordings: randomness of what was recorded, by whom, what survived, and in what condition.
Of Cousins and De Moss themselves, a complete blank: not first names, nothing. What I did. I started with Poor Mourner. I researched the origins of the song in turn-of-the-century African-American and Southern folk-song collections.
I became obsessed, listening to it over and over. I slowed it down, transcribed it, recopied the transcription, elaborated, scored it, scored it differently, slowed that down, multiplied the harmonies, compressed it into a single burst, folded it over on itself, applied distortion, filtered, signified, spiraled. The other source recordings were brought in as further commentary, and were likewise thrown in the blender. The idea. Sometimes these idioms are juxtaposed, more often they are integrated, in a sort of polylingual counterpoint.
Each time you return, the message is different; you amass clues, but the piece that would make sense of the whole is always just out of reach. Recordings used in Shuffle Play. Handel Festival at Crystal Palace rec. June 29, This is believed to be the oldest surviving recording of music one of three surviving cylinders recorded that day.
It is previously unpublished. Unlike other source records used in Shuffle Play, it is presented here without any compositional commentary or interrogation. Used on Whistling by Mrs. August 14, Little Menlo. August 14, Used on 5. Soprano—sung by Teffie Stewart. January Taken by Theo. February 25, spoken in announcement on recording. Noel Josephs—Snake Dance Song. March 18, Recorded by pioneering ethnologist Jesse Walter Fewkes — An a cappella excerpt from a Passamaquoddy Indian religious ritual, in a language that was virtually extinct at the time of its recording.
August 2, Landfrey was one of the last surviving members of the Light Brigade, who were victorious at Balaclava in October , despite losing of men in battle with the Russian artillery. Probably Emile Berliner—Twinkle, twinkle, little star. October 30, Used on 1, July One of the earliest surviving recordings of African-American music, this disc, of which only one copy is extant, is remarkable for its raw, undiluted African-American vernacular feel.
It would be twenty-five years before anything this down-home and wicked would be recorded again. This floating-verse song was extensively anthologized in turn-of-the century African-American folk-song collections. From the Broadway musical The Old Homestead. Thomas Edison—untitled. This eerie recording, only recently confirmed to be Edison, has been the object of much speculation. X, No. It is most likely a forgery dating from the nineteen-forties, perpetrated by a down-and-out New York elevator operator.
Rosco Haley — claimed to have a number of turn-of-the-century celebrities on rare cylinders. At one point, he was in negotiation with Yale for the sale of his purported collection. However, they grew suspicious when he could produce only acetate or tape transfers, never the originals. Steve Adams - flutes, alto saxophone.
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This Croatia -related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. This Bosnia and Herzegovina -related article is a stub. This article about a music genre is a stub.Ganga – Les Musiques du Gange 3xCD, Virgin Classics, Domui (Wedding Song) Jatsar (Milling Song) Viva Geet (Song for the Young Married Couple) Lori (Cradle Song) It is a song-oriented pop CD. Allison penned 7 of the 11 tracks on her debut release. Dot Allison.