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Songs Of Yesteryears Presented

Posted on August 27, 2017 by Muna
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A singer renders a song on Sunday at Bangladesh National Museum. — New Age photo

Surdhuni artistes entertained the audience rendering songs of yesteryears at a programme held on Sunday at Main Auditorium of Bangladesh National Museum.
Singers PK Saha and Shamim Ara were the first to take the stage.
The artistes presented duet and solo performances at the show.
PK Saha and Shamim Ara, in duet, rendered patriotic song Dhono dhanno pushpe bhora, penned by Dwijendralal Roy, and playback song Ei sundor sornali sondhay, recorded by Geeta Dutt, to the delight of the audience.
In solos, PK Saha rendered two songs, including, Rongini koto mon, recorded by Manna Dey, and Bhupen Hazarika’s popular song Manus manuser jonno, while Shamim Ara sang two playback songs Tumi na hoy rohile kachhe, recorded by Shondha Mukherjee, and Isharai shish diye amake deko na recorded by Sabina Yasmin.
Dipa Mondol rendered popular playback song Shonaro palongker ghore, recorded by Krishnokoli, and Lalon song Emon manob jonom ar ki hobe.
Nojibur Rahman rendered Hemanta Mukherjee’s popular song Ami dur hote tomarei dekhechhi.
Abdullah Al Mamun sang Abdul Jabbar’s Ore nil doriya.
Chairman of Palli Sanchay Bank Dr Mihir Kanti Majumder was present as the chief guest at the programme presided over by World University of Bangladesh vice chancellor Dr Abdul Mannan Choudhury.