GUWAHATI, July 28 - The city-based Lakshyadhar Choudhury-Usha Choudhury Trust has produced a CD of two songs penned by poet late Hiren Bhattacharyya. It has also made a CD based on two songs penned by poetess late Nirmalprabha Bordoloi, besides a VCD on a song penned by Dr Bordoloi.
According to singer and physician Dr Anjanjyoti Choudhury of the Trust, Hiren Bhattacharyya�s Sundar Tomar Banhir Matat, which was recorded in 2007, and his recently recorded song Megh Kiyo Ahili have been included in the CD. The CD was released today (July 28), which is the birthday of the poet of the Sugandhi Pakhila, said Dr Choudhury.
The first song has been set to tune by physician-cum-musician Dr Ganesh Deka. He has also arranged its music, while Rupam Talukdar has scored its music. The second song has been set to tune by musician Anupam Choudhury. He has also scored the music of the song. Several years back, late Rwituparna Sarma sang this song for the All India Radio�s Guwahati station under the direction of Anupam Choudhury and it became a hit number then.
During the recording of the first song, Hiren Bhattacharyya was alive and he was present at the Sabdarupa Studio, said Dr Choudhury.
The songs penned by Dr Nirmalprabha Bordoloi were released on June 20 last, the birthday of the renowned poetess-cum-lyricist. The first song Aamar Pranat Atia Keval Gorhar Angikar has been sung by Tarali Sarma and Dr Anjanjyoti Choudhury. It has been set to tune by Tapan Lahkar, who has also scored its music. Jintu Bordoloi has arranged the music of this song.
The other song of Dr Bordoloi Morom Namar Tinita Akhor has been sung by well known singer Mitali Dey and Dr Anjanjyoti Choudhury as a duet. It has been set to tune by Tapan Lahkar and its music has been arranged by Rupam Talukdar.
A VCD has also been prepared on this song under the direction of Hemanta Gogoi. It has been edited by Rwituraj Dutta and its video photography has been done by Prithviraj Dutta. Dr Anjanjyoti Choudhury, Mitali Dey, Gunjan Bharadwaj and Pallavi Das have appeared in this VCD, which is available on the YouTube. Interested viewers are to click drajc on the YouTube search box to view it, Dr Choudhury said.