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, Roshan Ara Begum settled in Lalamusa, a small town from which her husband hailed. Although far away from Lahore, the cultural centre of Pakistan, she would travel back and forth to participate in music and radio programmes. Visual and audio recording-devices have preserved the richness of Roshan Ara's music — which often overflowed with tonal modulations — its sweetness and delicacy of ''gamaks'' and her slow progression of ''raags''. Roshan Ara Begum also sang some film songs, mostly


includes written work and numerous short film appearances. His first hit "Moanin' Low," with lyrics by Howard Dietz, was written for Webb's co-star Libby Holman in the 1929 revue ''The Little Show''. Moving to Hollywood, Rainger teamed up with lyricist Leo Robin to produce a string of successful film songs. His career was diverse and he composed frequently for major art house (Art film) directors (film director), most

, but also from academics from a range of backgrounds. Studies of film range from those that deal explicitly with the intertextuality between 'war films' and 'real' wars, to those that deal more broadly with issues of identity formation and representation. Development Film historian and critic Arthur Knight connects the development of the Hollywood montage to aspects of Eisenstein (Sergei Eisenstein)'s editing: His long career as award-winning lyricist of film songs In October


after partition (Partition of India). He changed the face of film songs by combining the popular Raags (Raga) with the verve and rhythm of Punjabi music, and also raised the status of music directors. He is also known for giving a break to the well-known playback singer, Lata Mangeshkar.<


title Ghulam Haider author date work publisher accessdate 30 March 2012 who worked both in India and in Pakistan after partition (Partition of India). He changed the face of film songs by combining the popular Raags (Raga) with the verve and rhythm of Punjabi music,

http: mp 2003 04 15 stories 2003041500340100.htm title The Hindu : Sound of success publisher date 2003-04-15 accessdate 2010-07-26 on 14 August 1983) is an Indian playback singer, best known for her Hindi film songs in Bollywood. She has also recorded songs for Marathi (Marathi language), Kannada, Tamil (Tamil language), Telugu (Telugu language), Bengali (Bengali language), Assamese language Assamese


includes American, Caribbean (reggae, calypso (Calypso music), chutney (Chutney music), Soca (Soca music), Bollywood film songs, local guyanese soca-chutney From Caroni Gyal To Calcutta Woman: A History Of East Indian Chutney Music In The Caribbean by Rajendra Saywack December 1999, Thomas Hunter College http: caribbean Hemchandra1.htm ), Brazilian and other Latin musical styles. Popular Guyanese performers include Terry Gajraj

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which, for the first time, brought out audio cassettes of Malayalam film songs in stereo. The record company also had a voice mixing studio in Studio27, Chennai. The studio continues to produce and present events of Yesudas both for film and Indian classical music concerts throughout the world. ref>

and orthodonist (orthodontics). '''Dana Glover''' (born October 14, 1974, Rocky Mount, North Carolina) is an American (United States) pop (pop music) singer (singing) and songwriter, known for performing film songs. isbn 1-904994-10-5 page 229 On this album she had two singles: "Thinking Over", which reached #17 on the US (United States) AC (Adult Contemporary) chart (record chart) and #22 on the US Hot Adult Top 40 Tracks charts

, and "Rain", which reached #30 on the Hot Adult Top 40 Tracks chart. In 2004, "Thinking Over" was used for the Garry Marshall film ''Raising Helen''. Other film songs are "The Way (Radio Song)" from the Sandra Bullock Hugh Grant comedy, ''Two Weeks Notice'', "Maybe" from ''Laws of Attraction'' and "The Truth Lies" from the Franka Potente film ''Blueprint (Blueprint (film))''. ALTERNATIVE NAMES SHORT DESCRIPTION

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