Posted on March 7, 2009
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16 responses to “ATP’s bazm-e-ghazal

  1. Naveed Siraj says:

    Owais, thank you very much. Youtube has been able to preserve a lot of these gems. Tasawar Khanum’s performance on the Zia Mohyuddin show in the early 70s is etched in my memory and if I recall she sang Nasir Kazmi’s “dil main ik lehr see uthee hai abhee”. I believe she was the one who sang it originally before Ghulam Ali added this to his ghazal repertoire

    From the TKhanum’s series that you have posted, Bari Thani is my favorite. Though the language is thait punjabi and I do not follow entirely, but I get the gist of the yearning of which she sings ie., “jehRA vasay watanoon paray, rab odhee khair karay”
    I think this line is for all ex-pat pakistani friends. There cannot be a more sincere prayer for their well-being :)

    I am glad you have uploaded the EMI version of Munni Begum. EMI collection is very difficult to get these days.

    Attended an Abida Parveen concert this past Saturday where she was, as usual, magnificant with “Dhonday gay”

    I leave you with her rendition of Faiz;I have only heard her cover this ghazal & not any other major ghazal singers