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Musical instrument and filmy song

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Vanita tambakhe Published on 19 June 2020


Guitar a western instrument has played a predominant role in many of our film songs. There are scores of film songs where Shankar Jaikishen duo have used this instrument collectively with accordions and violins, which turned very popular among the masses.. But there is one spellbinding song which touches our heart from the movie 'Dil Apna aur preet parayee'.Ajib dasta hai. ye The touching lyrics, the slow paced music, the changing facial expressions of those veteran actors, a haunting melody by Shanker Jaikishen,- a remarkable scene which refuses to leave our mind.

 Today we are in a technical era where music is computer based and software has taken out much of the drudgery in composing music. Samples are available where one can use African voices, Spanish claps, drum beats, Chinese vocals, which are commercially available. Music composers also use loops which is just recorded music of just any musical instrument. By combining a synthesizer, acoustic guitar, recording software and a computer, music can be created sitting comfortably within the confines our homes. But it is a sad truth that many of these songs have very poor shelf life and vanish within a few

days of their birth. The songs may be digital or analogue and may be backed by a best software, sound effects and latest recording techniques but when it fails to touch the common man's heart it looses its soul.



Guitar a western instrument has played a predominant role in many of our film songs. There are scores of film songs where Shankar Jaikishen duo have used this instrument collectively with accordions and violins, which turned very popular among the masses.. But there is one spellbinding song which touches our heart from the movie 'Dil Apna aur preet parayee'.Ajib dasta hai. ye The touching lyrics, the slow paced music, the changing facial expressions of those veteran actors, a haunting melody by Shanker Jaikishen,- a remarkable scene which refuses to leave our mind.

 Today we are in a technical era where music is computer based and software has taken out much of the drudgery in composing music. Samples are available where one can use African voices, Spanish claps, drum beats, Chinese vocals, which are commercially available. Music composers also use loops which is just recorded music of just any musical instrument. By combining a synthesizer, acoustic guitar, recording software and a computer, music can be created sitting comfortably within the confines our homes. But it is a sad truth that many of these songs have very poor shelf life and vanish within a few

days of their birth. The songs may be digital or analogue and may be backed by a best software, sound effects and latest recording techniques but when it fails to touch the common man's heart it looses its soul.



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