Teaser of Nisarga Madhuri launched on eve of Bengali New Year 2017

The Video Teaser of much awaited music album Nisarga Madhuri by Soumita Saha was launched yesterday on Youtube on the eve of Bengali New Year (Poila Boisakh 2017). Nisarga Madhuri takes you on a journey through various seasons of the year. It has the rendition of Rabindranath Tagore’s Riturongo combined with Indian classical music, in an attempt to create a musical portrait of various seasons. The whole project involves blending of Tagore’s songs for every season with relevant ragas and raginis, in an attempt to thank the nature for its sweetness bestowed upon us.

Soumita Saha voicing Nisarga Madhuri

Soumita Saha voicing Nisarga Madhuri

This Teaser, which is sequel to the teaser launched on April 10, begins with Raaga Vairabi in the voice of Soumita Saha. In Indian classical music Vairabi is a raaga that depicts rising of sun and advent of summer as well. It begins with the poem of Rabindra Nath Tagore, Namo Namo hey Bairagi in which he imagines Summer as a recluse and pays it a tribute by kowtow. Then it begins the song ‘Esho hey boisakh’, welcoming the summer season. It requests it to bestow fresh air, like the breath of a sage, to make the ill spring out. The summer is requested to clean all drivel that has accumulated over the past year and take away all nostalgia, songs that are put behind. Let all sorrows be swept away.

In this project, she shares the vocals with her father Swapan Saha, who is an eminent Bengali singer and has worked as Playback singer in several Tollywood movies like Rituporno Ghosh’s Hirer Angtee, Tenth July and several other popular Television serials. Her mother Madhumita Saha has penned down the script and has also voiced some of its parts.

Soumita has been under the radar of print and electronic media ever since her childhood days. She has won hearts of millions by her performance in popular Musical Shows like Geet Sangeet by Channel Vision and several other shows on Rupashi Bangla and OM Bangla. These days, she assists her Father in Music Direction.

For Nisarga Madhuri, the Music has been directed by Swapan Saha while composed by Kumar Prithviraj, Partha Sarathi Pal & Uttam Ganguly. The recording and mixing has been done by Rana Mondal at STUDIO RJ. The Album be released on April 15 and be distributed under the banner of SBM CDs and Cassettes.