Lopamudra Mitra

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Lopamudra Mitra
Origin Kolkata, West Bengal, India
Genres Jeebonmukhi , Aadhunik Bengali Songs , Rabindra Sangeet, Folk songs
Years active 1996–present
Associated acts Singer
Website www.lopamudramitra.com

Lopamudra Mitra (Bengali: লোপামুদ্রা মিত্র) is a Kolkata-based prominent singer of Rabindra Sangeet, modern Bengali songs and Folk songs.

She has been married to Kolkata-based Bengali music director/composer and well known guitarist Joy Sarkar since 2001.

Early life[edit]

Discography[edit]

Modern songs Albums

  • Annya Hawa (1996)
  • Annya Hawar Annya Gaan (1999)
  • Snakota Dulcchey (1999)
  • Bhalobashtey Bolo (2000)
  • Dakchey Akash (2001)
  • Kobita Theke Gaan (2002)
  • Ei Abelay (2003)
  • E Ghar Tokhon (2003)
  • Pran Khola Gaan (2003)
  • Jhor Hote Pari (2004)
  • Ek Tukro Road (2005)
  • Emono Hoy (2006)
  • Chhata Dhoro[1] (2007)
  • Po e Pora Fo e Fail (2008)
  • Gaalfuluni Khukumoni (2009)
  • Monfokira (2011)
  • Vande Mataram (2014)

Tagore songs

  • Bisshmoye (Tagore songs)(2004)
  • Kotha Seshe (Tagore songs)
  • O mor Dorodiya (Tagore songs)
  • Mone Rekho (Tagore songs, 2006)[2]
  • Ananda - The Ecstasy (Music arrangement by Joy Sarkar and Durbadal Chatterjee, 2009)
  • Khoma Koro Prabhu (2015)

Basic albums (Collaborative)

  • Notun Ganer Nouka Bawa (1997) (with Kabir Suman)
  • Bhitor Ghorey Bristi (1998) (with Kabir Suman)
  • Ganbela (2004) (with Srikanto Acharya)
  • Surer Doshor (with Srikanto Acharya)
  • Shapmochan (Tagore dance drama - with Srikanto Acharya and others)

Mixed

  • Choto Boro Miley (1996) (Suman, Nachiketa, Anjan, Lopamudra and Indrani Sen)

Awards[edit]

She won many awards for her unique dramatic style of singing, which is fashioned with the classical aid and tenor voice quality.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Chakraborty, Saionee (2 October 2007). "Root route". The Telegraph. Calcutta, India. 
  2. ^ "Music review Mone Rekho". The Telegraph (Calcutta). Calcutta, India. 4 August 2006. Retrieved 10 October 2012. 
  3. ^ "Lopamudra Mitra Website". Retrieved 5 October 2011. 

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