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- Bipul Chettri- Gahiro Gahiro Official LyricsBipul Chettri – Vocals, Guitars. Nawahineokala’i Lanzilotti – Cello. Rohit Prasanna – Irish Tin Whistle, Bansuri. Aman Singh Rathore – Drums, Percussions. Music Partner – Tuborg Beer. Producer – Bipul Chettri. Executive Producer – Sonam Tashi. Lyrics, Composition & Arrangement – Bipul Chettri. Gahiro gahiro jiwan sagara yo Tari nai rahechu ma Bagi rahe ko rukha ko muda jhai Kinar khojechu ma Kina kina ho …
- Bipul Chettri- Ram Saile Official LyricsBipul Chettri – Arrangement, Composition, Guitars, Vocals Lyrics/Composition – Nirendra Mohan Chettri Bipul Chettri – Producer Anindo Bose – Recording, Mixing & Mastering Ram saile mata yo bana ko phira le Gum khayae yesai khola kinarai ma Ram saile mata yo bana ko phira le Gum khayae yesai khola kinarai ma Dhalapala garchan badal mathi badal ki rani Na birsane timilai tadha bhaye pani Tadha …
- Bipul Chettri- Wildfire Official LyricscBipul Chettri – Vocals/Guitars/Lyrics, Composition/Arrangement Anindo Bose – Bass Upendra Raj Baraily – Drums/Percussion Dadhelo lagyo tyo pari danda sajha tira Lau hai pheri man ma mero lagyo pira Batasha ma phailiyo aago sarara Yaad haru timro pharkera aayo jhalala Bujhaideu na jali raane yo man Pakdi deu na udi raane yo man Bujhaideu na jali rahane yo man Pakdi deu na udi rahane yo …
- Bipul Chettri- Junkeri Official LyricsBipul Chettri – Acoustic Guitars/Vocals. Kiran Nepali – Sarangi. Anindo Bose – Percussions. Producer – Bipul Chettri Executive Producer – Sonam Tashi Recorded & Mixed by Anindo Bose at ‘Plug ‘N’ Play’ Studios, India Sarangi Recorded by Binaya Man Amatya, Kathmandu, Nepal. Mastered by Pete Maher, Top Floor Productions, London, U.K. Album Cover Layout & Design – Nima D.T. Namchu & Sidhu Gurdev Album Partner …
- Bipul chettri- Aashish Official LyricsBipul Chettri – Vocals, Guitars, Damphu Pranai Gurung – Electric Guitars Aman Singh Rathore – Drums Rahul Rai – Fretless Bass Ganesh Dutta – Violins, Viola Prince Nepali – Sarangi Sonam Tashi – Backing Vocals, Triangle Recording, Mixing & Mastering – Anindo Bose (Plug N’ Play Studios, New Delhi) Sarangi Recording – Kobid Bajracharya, Binaya Man Amatya (Kathmandu) Indreni rang ko cha Timro nirmal sansar …
Music of Nepal
With more than fifty ethnic groups, the music of Nepal is highly diverse. Genres like Pop, Tamang SelThe Himalayan nation of Nepal is home to over fifty ethnic groups, and this diversity is reflected in the country’s rich musical output. Some of Nepal’s most popular genres today include folk, classical music, Ratna, pop, rock and Nep-hop (Nepali hip-hop); indigenous musical genres span Newar, Gurung, Kirat, Tamang, Magar, Tharu, Sherpa music and many more. In recent years, Nepal’s musical heritage has enjoyed a revival as young musicians fuse the sounds of traditional instruments, which include a leaf from a native tree that is played like a harmonica, once at risk of disappearing, with lyrics that explore the contemporary challenges facing the country. Examining Nepal’s varied sonic output, Something Curated takes a closer look at five Nepali musicians currently shaping the country’s unique sound.
Newa music, also called Newar Music, is a form of traditional music developed in Nepal by the Newars. The music has its roots in classical Hindu and Buddhist music and evolved with the incorporation of folk music of the Kathmandu valley and its peripheries. Instruments used are mainly percussion and wind instruments.
Adhunik Geet or modern songs are popular songs in Nepal and is also known as sugam sangeet. These of songs are soft and melodious. One of the most famous singers of this genre was late Narayan Gopal who was also known as a “Swar Samrat” meaning King of ‘Voice’ in Nepali and gave hits like “Euta Manchhe Ko”, and “Yeti Dherai Maya Dii”. Aruna Lama was one of the well-known singers of Nepali music. She is popularly known as the “Nightingale of the Hills”. She has sung hundreds of Nepali songs.
Dohori is a genre of Nepali folk music and has roots in the rural courtship traditions. In Nepali, Dohori literally means from both sides or a debate. This debate is in musical rhythm, and involves quick and witty poetry. The two teams taking part in a Dohori usually involves boys and girls in rival teams. The song starts with a question, usually from the boys’ side. The girl follows the question with a quick response and the two teams continue the musical conversation.
Dohori songs can last for as long as a week. The length of the Dohori depends on the quick thinking ability and wit of the players.
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