방글라나탁닷컴의 인도 벵골 전통음악 선집
This section consists of different genres of folk music which includes Baul Fakiri, Bhatiyali, Bhawaiya, Jhumur and Puratani Geet. The Bhawaiya, Bhatiyali, Jhumur and Baul Fakiri songs have been introduced in the previous section. The following is the brief introduction to Puratani songs.
? Puratani Geet:The thousand years old history of Bengal’s music has no special mention of any particular school of music called Puratani Bangla Gaan; yet the word Puratani Gaan is quite popular among the music lovers of Bengal. Actually the songs that we hear as Puratani Gaan are the ones that were popular during the period of Company Rule or were in vogue in the Darbars or drawing rooms of the kings, landlords or the gentry of Kolkata. Many people call the songs of old Kolkata and those belonging to an earlier period as Puratani Gaan. During the Middle Ages Bengal’s music witnessed an amalgamation of Hindu and Muslim tunes, lyrics, ragas, stylization and presentation. There is no denying the fact that it has enriched the repertoire of Bangla Music.
|1||Khyapa tui na jene tor apon khabor||Debalina Bhowmick||Lalon Fakir|
|2||Sajo Sundaree Koinya||Debalina Bhowmick||Traditional|
|3||Bondhu Kajol Bhromora Re||Debalina Bhowmick||Traditional|
|4||Krishna Preme Pora Deho||Debalina Bhowmick||Lalon Fakir|
|5||Baro Mase Tero Ful Fote||Debalina Bhowmick||Traditional|
|6||Chirodin Kancha Banshe Khancha Thakbe Na||Debalina Bhowmick||Lalon Fakir|
|7||Bala Nachiya Nachiya Peyari Jayre||Debalina Bhowmick||Hasan Raja|
|8||Jamunari Kule Kule Kadom Sari Sari||Debalina Bhowmick||Traditional|
|9||Dine Dine Khasiya Parhibe||Debalina Bhowmick||Traditional|
|10||Chariya Manabgarhi||Debalina Bhowmick||Shah Abdul Karim|