Goa Konkani songs-Music from Goa Made in Bombay

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Buy Konkani Classics Revisited Vol 1 – Alfred Rose – All Time Greats Goa Konkani songs Music from Goa Made in Bombay Yo Moga Tu Mozo Ye Johnny Ye Usha Upkar Korat Sundor Tum Goa Star Of Arossim Sorgar Rajeant Sobit Rupnem Sitaram Gaddiwalla Shailendra Singh Robin Vaz Rita Rose Pandu Lampiaum Noxibac Roddtam Nach Athanche Munglurkar Mozo Dhir Adar Mollie & Chorus Mohammed Rafi & Chorus Mog Boom Boom Boom Martha Lorna & Mohammed Rafi Lorna Lisboa Jacinto Vaz Henry Dsouza & Helen Dcruz H. Britton Goreta Gheun Gori Goa Konkani Songs Dudhsagar Combea Sadari Cecilia Machado & Chorus Cathrina Carmo Rod Calzachem Suck Bottateanchi Bhaji Bom Jesuchea Conventan Beautiful Bab Peter Annette Pinto Amit Kumar Alfred Rose Alfred & Rita Rose

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goa konkani songs music from goa made in bombay Goa Konkani songs Music from Goa Made in Bombay Yo Moga Tu Mozo Ye Johnny Ye Usha Upkar Korat Sundor Tum Goa Star Of Arossim Sorgar Rajeant Sobit Rupnem Sitaram Gaddiwalla Shailendra Singh Robin Vaz Rita Rose Pandu Lampiaum Noxibac Roddtam Nach Athanche Munglurkar Mozo Dhir Adar Mollie & Chorus Mohammed Rafi & Chorus Mog Boom Boom Boom Martha Lorna & Mohammed Rafi Lorna Lisboa Jacinto Vaz Henry Dsouza & Helen Dcruz H. Britton Goreta Gheun Gori Goa Konkani Songs Dudhsagar Combea Sadari Cecilia Machado & Chorus Cathrina Carmo Rod Calzachem Suck Bottateanchi Bhaji Bom Jesuchea Conventan Beautiful Bab Peter Annette Pinto Amit Kumar Alfred Rose Alfred & Rita Rose

Album Information: Music from Goa, Made in Bombay

Released: April 16, 2009

The ever fascinating Trikont imprint dives deep to bring up some real pearls on this compilation of Goan Konkani songs recorded between the 50’s – 70’s. Konkani music is indigenous to the West Coast of India, from the metropolis of Bombay to the paradisical region of Goa where much of the music originates. What makes Konkani songs so intriguing and worthy of further attention is the fusion of imported modes and instrumentation from Italian mandolins to Mexican trumpets, the sounds of the South Seas and Cuban Son mingling in an intoxicating polystyle brew of elegant beauty. These alien influences can be traced back to the era of colonial rule dating from the 16th century when Portuguese conquistadors imposed their power on the region, turning Goa into a Christian heartland with songs and music to match. This introduction of Western instruments lead to the imposition of Western harmonics and the incorporation of church music phrasing in the plaintive tone, in the use of the minor mode and in the very style of singing in two voices. Moving forward to the 1950’s and these rich musics were made available through recordings from the likes of Alfred Rose, Lorna, Robin Vaz, Mohammed Rafi, Jacinto Vaz, Annette Pinto and many more on Radio, TV and Cinema. We wholeheartedly recommend this as a fascinating insight to the lush and tropical fragrances of Goan light-classical music.(Source:lightintheattic.net)

Songs, Singers, Artits of Konkani Songs-Album: Music from Goa Made in Bombay

SL No Song Title Singer Artist Length
1 Munglurkar Alfred Rose 03:13
2 Lisboa Lorna 04:00
3 Sitaram Gaddiwalla Robin Vaz , Cecilia Machado & Chorus 03:17
4 Cathrina Henry D’souza & Helen D’cruz 03:04
5 Bom Jesuchea Conventan Lorna  & Mohammed Rafi 04:10
6 Combea Sadari Mohammed Rafi & Chorus 02:26
7 Sorgar Rajeant Lorna 05:27
8 Dudhsagar Alfred Rose 02:53
9 Sobit Rupnem Annette Pinto 03:42
10 Upkar Korat Jacinto Vaz 03:09
11 Mog Boom Boom Boom Bab Peter 02:34
12 Yo Moga Tu Mozo Star Of Arossim, Martha, Mollie & Chorus 03:06
13 Sundor Tum Goa Amit Kumar 03:41
14 Goreta Gheun Gori Alfred & Rita Rose 03:07
15 Mozo Dhir Adar Rita Rose 02:59
16 Noxibac Roddtam Lorna 03:00
17 Calzachem Suck Shailendra Singh 04:42
18 Nach Athanche Carmo Rod 04:46
19 Bottateanchi Bhaji Rita Rose 02:32
20 Pandu Lampiaum H. Britton 03:19
21 Ye Johnny Ye Alfred & Rita Rose 03:10
22 Beautiful Usha 03:11

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