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Amit Trivedi's compositions are always a treat. Most of the time it's his cracking urban melodies inspired from very traditional or earthy backgrounds. Using frequent collaborator Tochi Raina's strong and rustic vocals, Amit infuses some fresh energy into this track with a tweaked out rap by newcomer Jaggi. Together this makes for a track that's equally melodic and crazy. Credits: Composer/Producer: Amit Trivedi Composition: Amit Trivedi Singers: Tochi Raina, Rap: Jaggi Lyrics: Anusha Mani, Rap Lyrics by Jaggi Keys: Amit Trivedi Drums: Darshan Doshi Guitar: Warren Mendonsa Guitar: Sanjoy Das Bass: Rushad Mistry Keys: Jarvis Menezes Percussions: Sanket Naik Algoza: Sukhjinder Singh Cello: Rozelle Backing Vocalists: Dawn Cordo, Murishka Dcruz, Ardelia Dcruz Recorded By: Ashish Manchanda, assisted by Darren Heelis, Raaj Jagtap Executive Producer, AT Studios: Krutee Trivedi Airtist & Repertoire - Consultant, AT Studios: Aashish Narula Post Production at AT Studios: Sound Engineer: Shadab Rayeen Assisted by Firoz Shaikh Mixed By: Shadab Rayeen at AT Studios, Mumbai Mastered By: Amit Trivedi & Shadab Rayeen at AT Studios, Mumbai Lyrics: Rabba na karin tu dur ho (May the lord never take you away) Hum se kabhi (From me) Rabba na Karin majboor (May he never force me to my knees) Oh ho! (Oh my!) Mere dil Vich vasdi hai Teri duniya (Your world resides in my heart) Mujhe karle Tera banjaun main tera meri soniyan (Make me yours, I'll make you mine my love) Ek pal menu Tera kar le haniyan (Just for a moment, make me yours love) Ek baari sun le gal meri ho! (Just listen to me once!) Rabba na karin tu dur ho (May the lord never take you away) Hum se kabhi (From me) Rabba na Karin majboor (May he never force me to my knees) Oh ho! (Oh my!) 'Rap' Club Vich vekhi ek Soni mutiyar Vekh dehi onu main tan dil Gaya har, Lal odi kurti, te chita uda rang Onu vekh dehi ho Gaye si saare munde dang. Cham Cham karde odi jhanjarande bor Kanni paye jhumke paunde mitha jeha shor, Kyun dur dur rendi, aaja behja mere kol Munda gabru jawan, meri vakhri ae tor. Sada dil gaya cheer Teri ankhiya ne teer Main tan kala kala put mera koi nai veer. Baar khadi hummer ute laya haiga khanda Chal mere naal main Banda naiyo manda Main Hoya Jogi tere pyar ch fakir Mera naam haiga ranjha meri banja tu Heer. 'Rap' Rabba na karin tu dur ho (May the lord never take you away) Hum se kabhi (From me) Rabba na Karin majboor (May he never force me to my knees) Oh ho! (Oh my!) Saath Tera chute nahi (You never leave my side) Chehra Tera tasvir teri, (Your face is like a picture) Ankhon mien ankhon mien (Engraved in my heart, Through my eyes) Mere dil Vich vasdi hai Teri duniya (Your world resides in my heart) Mujhe karle Tera banjaun main tera meri soniyan (Make me yours, I'll make you mine my love) Ek pal menu Tera kar le haniyan (Just make me yours for a moment) Mujse door na ja, ho door na ja na ja na ja (Don't go far away, don't go, don't go don't go) Door na ja, ho door na ja na ja na ja (Don't go away, don't go, don't go, don't go) 'Rap' Sun mere rabba mere dil di pukar Lambiya ne raatan kalli jandi na gujar Inni Soni Jehi duniya tu meri hai banai Kadi dur na karin tu Hun, maitho mera yaar. Pad ke suna de rabba Jo vi tera rule e Ishke di shartan sariyan kabul e Tu vi jaane jeena veena mera befizool e Yaari Vich jaan dena yaari da asool e Tu ditta e bathera Mera Sab kuch Tera Jad Karan tenu yaad Disse usda hi chehra Hun sun meri gal, Mera kaha na tu mod Bas ehi fariyad, kisse gal di nai load Main hoya jogi ode pyar ch fakir, Mera naam haiga Ranjha, meri khoi na tu heer.. Rabba kar eh maher Hun karin na tu der Meri zindagi ch Pade Ode roop di saver Sada dil gaya cheer Odi ankhiya ne teer Kalla maa peyanda putt Mera koi nai veer Main hoya jogi ode pyar ch fakeer Mera naam haiga Ranjha, Meri Khoi na tu heer Sun Rabba.. Meri khoi na tu Heer Mereya Rabba Kadi khoi na tu heer... 'Rap' Rabba na karin tu dur ho (May the lord never take you away) Hum se kabhi (From me) Rabba na Karin majboor (May he never force me to my knees) Oh ho! (Oh my!) Download Videos Free and Exclusively only on the Coke StudioMTV App on BlackBerry World For Full Tracks, Caller Tunes & Mobile Downloads: sms "SMCS" to 56060
18 Nov 2013
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A folk musician ( wonder man ) playing algoza by nostrils rather than mouth. He also has approx. 2 meter long moustaches from which he is making a bun on his head in this video. This video is copyrighted by www.ekunji****. © www.ekunji****. All rights reserved. Read about music at *******www.ekunji****/music/music_art.htm
19 Aug 2011
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The algoza is a Rajasthani/Punjabi woodwind instrument, also called a 'jori' or 'ngoza'. It resembles a pair of wooden flutes. The musician plays it by using three fingers on each side. Sound is generated by breathing into it rapidly; the quick recapturing of breath on each beat creates a bouncing, swing rhythm. The algoza is generally used as a folk instrument and Rajasthan folk singers use it to play traditional music. However, it is also a popular choice among UK musicians for making contemporary Bhangra music.
30 May 2011
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Indian Dance Group MAYURI - Chirmi The melody of this dance is based on popular Rajasthani folk song "Chirmi" and performed on algoza-flute by Dhode Khan
7 Sep 2009
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algoza recital by tagaram bheel
8 Mar 2009
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Please leave comments if you like it. About algoza: This musical instrument called Algoza comprises of two flutes with only 5 tones of the musical octave. It is popular in deep rural Punjab, India and Punjab, Pakistan. It is played by farmers during crop harvesting season. It can also be heard from great distances on farms along with barks of stray village dogs during dusk. It is decorated with colorful strings and is played while wearing typical punjabi farmer colorful attire. This instrument is getting out of fashion, hard to buy even in punjab,India, even harder to find a coach to get training. Though some UK based bands have used it in their albums in recent years. I was obsessed with it since my childhood, 15 years ago had a chance to find a teacher. My coach- Tara Chand, was a frustrated man living a hard life unable to make a living out of playing the instrument. He taught me the technique of circular breathing vital to supply continuous stream of air to two flutes. The beauty of the instrument is resonance and beats created by flutes emitting sound at different pitches. I am proud I am able to preserve the legacy. The song I was playing-Jugni is very touching. It is about an innocent village girl, who is wowed and confused when she happens to visit a city. She sees other girls wearing western dresses, shunning traditional values, sees tall sky scapers, she is confused between the values she has teen taught and values she sees people practising in cities. This song was written in 1960s, various singers redefined the song according to prevailing social context. Gurmeet Bawa is one of the first punjabi singers to incorporate its tones in her songs especially-Jugni.
2 Jan 2009
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