Discussion in 'Entertainment and Technology' started by BadassFrost, Nov 28, 2017.
For pakistani i like this one too
It is like a prayer. I will send its translation too.
For Pakistani song I like this one too. It is actually more like a prayer. Artist is Atif Aslam but actual song is an old quawwali recreated.
For Afreen Afreen song you may use caption to see translation.
You must be knowing about two sister singers of bollywood Lata and Asha. Both have a different style of singing mean they have a slight contrast on what kind of song each choose to sing. While Lata chose more sober songs during her career Asha went to a bit of pop in her. Singing. There is a pop song of 90s which is my favourite having both the sisters singing two different parts in the song clearly showing the difference of style of both legendary singers. Male singer is Great Jagjeet Singh. Plus instruments used are no techno all traditional. Here it goes
Most of the foreign songs I listen to are Japanese, but I find it interesting to listen to songs in other foreign languages too. It can be fun to try and look up a song you already know but find it's version in another language.
But it is very rare for a song to present in two languages. Can u give example.
I know of a few examples since in Japanese there is a good amount of English in their language. Here's an example:
Well to start with Youtube is the best source. You can pick an old bollywood songs jukebox based either on singer or on music composer to start with. I name some main singers male and female and music composers to start with. Following are those:
1. Mukesh 2. Mohammad rafi 3. Kishore kumar 4. Manna Dey 5. Hemant kumar 6. K.L. Sehgal very very nostalgic too old. 7. Udit narayan 80-90s. 8. Kumar sanu 80-90s
1. Geeta dutt 2. Noor jahan 3. Shamshad begum (above three are nostalgic and senior yo lata mangeshkar) 4. Lata mangeshkar 5. Asha bhosle 6. Anuradha paudwal 80-90s 7. Alka yagnik 80-90s 8. Kavita krishnamurti 80-90s 9. Alisha chinoy
1. SHANKER JAIKISHAN 2. MADAN MOHAN 3. S.D. BURMAN 4. R.D. BURMAN. 5. KALYANJI ANANDJI 6. LAXMIKANT PYARELAL 7. JATIN LALIT 80-90s. 8. NADIM SHRAWAN 80-90s. And... Not the least 1. The
great O.P. NAYYAR
Its an easy way to startwith.
Slowly you will get through. Enjoy.
I gave you Tajdaar E haram. But for pakistani songs, story cant complete without mentioning one of the greatest singer of south asia of course a Pakistani late Reshma with her most famous song lambi judai.The song was included in bollywood movie 'Hero'. Here it is:
Jetlag was released in both French and English!
Any tv shows/cartoons/movies which contain songs may have them translated into another language. For example this clip from the Lion King shows a piece of the song Be Prepared with 57 versions, many different languages. Which is pretty cool.
kinda liked this number
Sorry I couldn't find her songs with subtitle. Mahdieh MohammadKhani is her name. Thanks for the info. I see.
I watched this one and liked it. But I hadn't listened to Indian music for long time. So, It takes time for me to be able to fully enjoy them. It's usually difficult for me to get used to new songs. Thanks for sharing.
I admire your friend's taste. I like Arabic songs. Share more Arabic songs if you have. Thanks.
What kind of Japanese songs they are? Could you send some? I don't like pop music much, especially those with fast rhythm. Nevertheless such popular songs are easy to find. But I want perhaps some more traditional/old Japanese songs.
It is natural for us humans and same situation is with me too. I wish to connect to different cultures and to find the essence of love and truthfulness there. May be i m pansexual in some other way round. Persia is called "Faaras" here in india since earlier times and persian is called "Faarsi". My university has a Indo Iranian study centre which always caught my attraction to become part of it in some way to explore the dimension. Good to meet you. Music sometimes acts as a liasoning agent between two souls. Omar khayyam's rubais are so included in our study of poetic literature since generations that i never had a glinch of thought he being not indian. We are so deep rootedly connected from past.
From your posts i came to know that you have recently switched into s/w programming. I could have helped but left it since ages. Did my masters in it in year 2000. Things have changed a lot since then. Web development was a baby thing then now it has evolved greatly.
Anyways happy meeting you. Good luck for your life and career.
You better watch this movie with subtitles on youtube. Then your taste will develop.
Forgot to tell the name of movie it is "Jab we met" meaning "When we met". It is a light movie i can watch it any number of times.
Of the songs I know, maybe some from the artist Junko Akimoto might match your tastes maybe. Here are a few examples (I couldn't link my favourite one because the low quality version on YouTube butchered it.)
Aye, You're right. Farsi is what we say here too. Very interesting to have Indo Iranian study centre. Yeah, Music is great. I have a violin.
I agree that our culture are connected. Everyone knows that here.
Yeah, I do programming. Thanks anyway. Nice of you. Pleased to meet you too.