Arnold Adriaan Bake South Asian Music Collection

Hari tumi jadi (first part of recording)

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    Arnold Adriaan Bake South Asian Music Collection

  • Recording locations

    Santiniketan (West Bengal)

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    Bake, Arnold Adriaan

  • Description

    Bake India II, No.255 (1931-34) "Hari tumi jadi". A devotional song, sung by Amir Seikh, a blind Muslim singer from P.O. Labhpur, Birbhum, West Bengal, unaccompanied male vocal solo. Reasonable quality recording but with surface noise. Recording continues on Bake India II, No.256, C52/1905. Other recording take on C52/2116.

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