Tritha’s ‘Rangamati’ inspired by a composition by Kazi Nazrul Islam

Tritha’s  ‘Rangamati’ inspired by a composition by Kazi Nazrul Islam

This song celebrates the vibrancy, colour and texture of the red soil during the season of love when raw energies of young lovers are felt and expressed. The flowers become ornaments of the tribal women expressing their freedom of choice and raw passion swaying to the the drums and flutes in the air around the red soil of the pristine land.

Shot in rustrel in the luberon south of france…

Video Director: Florian Di Maggio.
Video After Effects : Manuel Jesus
Dancers contemporain : Chloé Conseil & Nour Caillaud

Inspired by a composition by Kazi Nazrul Islam originally, some of the lyrics have been used and the melody has been re-composed and arranged by Tritha Electric inspired by an african groove and trance like dance rythm movement inculcated into the song.

From the album: PaGLi (released in India June 2014)

Tritha Electric is Tritha: vocals / Paul Schneiter: drums / Mathias Durand: Guitars
Additional musicians on Rangamati : Jeff Tekeyan: Bass / Charlie Dalin: Percussions / Kei: Trumpet

Recorded by Paul and Mathias in Salaam studio, Paris (2011)

Mixed by Miti Adhikari
Category
Music
Licence
Standard YouTube Licence


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