Never on a Sunday

http://airshow-magazin.de/archiv Most of the people who gave us wonderful cinema and its unforgettable music in the golden age have gone away. Decades after such art was created, not only film and music historians but even plain aficionados sit down sometimes to repeatedly enjoy classic films and hear remarkable songs, as also to appreciate the situations they were filmed in. Music buffs apply their minds to identify the different instruments used in songs, the charming lyrics brought to the table by our poets, and so many large and small facets of those wonderful melodies. This is not very different from the way archaeologists go about curating human culture from the past.

follow link Recently, on Suchitra Sen’s birth anniversary a couple of weeks ago, a delightful discovery entered my thoughts while revisiting a song filmed on her in Musafir (1957). The song was Man re Hari ke gun ga, a Krishna bhajan that was so gracefully captured on celluloid. The lady was found watering a Tulsi plant.

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