Debojyoti Mishra discussed the history of music and harmony on the map of human civilization

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Debojyoti Mishra discussed the history of music and harmony on the map of human civilization
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Debojyoti Mishra discussed the history of music and harmony on the map of human civilization

Bengal Music College recently organized a talk on music and harmony (Sangeet O Sampriti). The speaker was eminent composer Debojyoti Mishra. This event was organized on the occasion of the Ashok Banerjee memorial lecture. Debojyoti walked the path of music with how music and harmony have spread in the history of human civilization till today. He said that he came to this music college for the first time with Salil Chowdhury, so there was a different feeling. He thinks that the word music will one day become a complement to the word harmony. Later, however, he said that no, without the bond between people, it would not have been possible to do many things together. The harmony of life corresponds to the harmony of music. Chord discusses the history of music and its impact on human life, a forty-two-thousand-year-old flute as ancient evidence of the presence of music, and cave paintings as evidence of human cultural activity beyond the presence of music. Among the musical performances, he demonstrated Salil Chowdhury’s ‘Itna Na Mujhse Tu Pyaar Bara’, a song from the film Chhaya, influenced by Mozart’s Fortieth Symphony. How the music at one end of the world binds the people of the other end. The music has no boundaries. Its borders are all over the world. Even if we say we are alone, there are many people behind the lamp that is illuminating the house. We are not alone when we listen to music sitting at home. Actually, we are not alone. Humans have a direct and latent presence with something. Without that association, we would have been really alone! Songs like Ranar, Akash Bhara Surya Tara, Dhitang Dhitang Bole, and Alor Path Jatri were performed on the occasion. Titas Chatterjee and Tamalika Chowdhury joined Debojyoti Mishra in songs. Debojyoti sang a surprising again in Ranar which the audience filled with applause. Debojyoti Mishra said, “Once Salil Chowdhury gave a lecture demonstration in this institution. I was with him that day. I feel very proud. We walk on the path of music, the universal picture of harmony, the evolution, refinement, the continuity of history, and the way so many attempts to harm harmony in small groups took place, but this discussion is about the fact that we are united in tune.

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