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The Micro View of Best Songs of 1946 @ SoY – Female Solo Songs – MY Top Female Solo Songs

When I look back at all the female solo songs for 1946, what I note is that all most each of the major female singers has at least one song that has almost chose itself for inclusion in this list.  In the same manner as I had cosen for the Male Solo Songs, I have confined my choice to the songs that I have rarely (in most case, for the first time) heard. I did not have any choice either, unlike the situation in the Male Solo Songs.

So, here are the songs that would call for TOP slot for the female solo songs for 1946, in the orderin which the singer has appeared in the detailed Micro View earlier.:

Suraiya – Man Leta Hai Angadai Jivan Pe Javani Chhai – Anmol Ghadi – NaushadTanvir Naqvi

This is the only ‘popular’ song that has gatecrashed the filter of confining the choice from among the least heard songs for the present list..

Shamshad Begum – Aankh Mein Aansoo Lab Par Aahein, Dil Mein Dard Basaya Hai – Rangbhoomi – Premnath –

The songs that have been sorted out by me belong to happiness mood. Shamshad Begum easily comes up as an exception.

Amirbai Karnataki – Piya Milane Ko Jaanewali Samhal Samhal Ke Chal – Dev Kanya – Shyam Sundar

We have fast-paced spaced composition that matches the mood of expectation of the protagonist with that just that shade of pleasure resurrected by Amirbai Karanataki

Zohrabai Ambalewali – Naihar Mein Nathni Gir Gayi, Kaise JauN Sasural – Gwalan -Hansraj Behl – Pandit Indra

Zohrabai renders the unusual élan of the protagonist with full fidelity.

Mohantara Talpade – Aai Piya Milan Ki Bahar, KaruN PhooloN Se Apna Singaar – Kuldeep – Sushant Banerjee – Nawa Naqvi

Mohanatara sounds so endearingly romantic in the mood of anticipation of soon-to-arrive beloved.

Rajkumari – Nainan Mein Koi Chhaye KyoN, Baras Rahe Dono – Insaaf – H P Das – D N Madhok

The song is set to a very soft rhythm and orchestration support. Rajkumari blends smoothly with her soft vocal rendering.

Hameeda Banu – Mor Bole Ho Oonche Mewadi Paravat Par Koi Mor Bole – Rajputani – Bulo C Rani – Pt. Indra

YT credits this song to Amirbai Karnataki. Be that as it may be, the song succeeds in creating the mood wherein we also look out for the sound of the peacock.

Zeenat Begum – Apano Se Shikayat Hai Na GairoN Se Gila Hai – Paraye Bas Mein – Vinod

Even as the song is set to a difficult-to-render rhythm, the song does not lose on melody.

Noorjehan – Raaz Khulata Nazar Nahi Aata – Hamjoli – Hafeez Khan – Anjum Pilibhiti

We get to listen a very different Noor Jehan here.

Khursheed – Hamari Gali Aana, Hamse AnkhiyaN Milana – Maharana Pratap – Ram Ganguli – Swami Ramanand

The composition is typical vintage era style.

Kanan Devi – Aaj Hui Hai Bhor Suhani Pahali Baar – Arabian Nights – Kamal Dasgupta – Faiyyaz Hashmi

Kanan Devi is at her usual charm in this song.

Naseem Akhtar – Man Pagle Swapna Dikhaye, Man Jhoothe Dip Jalaye – Keemat – Naushad Ali – Majrooh Sultanpuri

For a very high-pitched vocal cord call of the composition, the song retains melody.

Paro Devi – Tere Gam Se Mil Raha Hai, Mujhe Har Tarag Sahara – Dhanwan – Shanti Kumar – Behjad Lakhnavi

I have selected this song as it is quite a differently styled composition in a vintage era setting

Dilshad Begum – Bhar Layi Hun Jawani Saaagar Mein, Jannat Se Chal Kar Aayee Hun – Rehana – Qadir Faridi – Tufail Hoshiyarpuri

A very pleasant violin dominated prelude that sets the tone for the pleasant mood of the song.

Kalyani Das – Nazarein Bata Rahi Hai Tum Door Jaa Rahe Ho – Zamin Asmaan – Kamal Dasgupta – Faiyaz Hashmi

A typical vintage era style composition. Kalayni Das remains melodious even if sounding slightly nasal in the delivery of the lyrics.

Meena Kapoor –Kisi Se Meri Preet Lagi, Ab Kya Karoon – Aath Din – S D Burman – G S Nepali

The song rightly sets the high expectation from both, S D Burman and Meena Kapoor.

Neena (Sitara Kanpuri) – Kya Jaane Man Kya Kaheta Hai – Prithviraj-Samyukta – S K Pal – Josh Malihabadi

A difficult composition that sound very melodious.

Beenapani Mukherjee – Main To Karoon Pyar, Piya Door Se Bharmae – Safar – C Ramchandra – G S Nepali

C Ramchandra has composed a fast-paced song that Benapani Mukherjee negotiates comfortably with her heavy voice.

Jayshree – Chit Dole, Nit Dole, Subaho Sham Prabhuji – Dr. Kotnis Ki Amar Kahani – Vasant Desai – Diwan Sharar

Jayshree quite smoothly negotiates the difficult variations that the composition demands. Vasant Desai has come up with very unlike-Vintage-era orchestration.

Parul Ghosh – Gun Gun…Bole Bhanwarawa, Hamari Bagiya Mein – Milan – Anil Biswas – P L Santoshi

The song has signature Anil Biswas touch, faithfully reproduced by Parul Ghosh.

Shanta Apte – Aaj Mori Naiya Kinare Lagi, Asha ki Bel Meri Phooli Phooli – Valmiki – Shankar Rao Vyas – Mahesh Gupta M A

For a vintage era style song, the soft rendering by Shanta Apte, that too with minimal music support, creates avery special charm while listening to the song.

Iqbal Bano (Begum?) – Ummeedo Par Jawani Aaj Laharai – Rehana – Qadir Faridi –

We feel the emotions of the elation that the song is meant to convey.

Geeta Roy – Chhin Mein Bajegi Bansuriya Preet Bhari – Milan – Anil Biswas – P L Santoshi

Lata Mangeshkar – Saawariya Oy Bansuriya Oy Bajay Gayo re – Subhadra – Vasant Desai – Pt. Indra

If I had to choose one song my very strong bias would lead my finger to Suraiya’s Man Leta Hai Angadai Jivan Pe Javani Chhai (Anmol Ghadi – NaushadTanvir Naqvi), for the obvious reason that it is has been one of my favourite Suaraiya song even before I ventured into this Micro View of Songs of 1946. And I have decided not do so when I started sorting out my choices for Male Solo Songs. So I will pass the choice of selecting my MY TOP female Solo Song for the year 1946.

We also note that SoY have awarded the Best Female Playback Singer to Noorjehan, and the best female solo is Jawan hai muhabbat haseen hai zamana

We will move to The Micro View of Best Songs of 1946 @ SoY – Duet Songs in our next episode…

P.S. : All the episodes of The Micro View of Best Songs of 1946 : Female Solo Songs  can be read / downloaded from one file, by clicking on the hyper link.

By ASHOK M VAISHNAV

In July 2011, I opted to retire from my active career as a practicing management professional. In the 38 years that I pursued this career, I had opportunity to work in diverse capacities, in small-to-medium-to-large engineering companies. Whether I was setting up Greenfield projects or Brownfield projects, nurturing the new start-ups or accelerating the stabilized unit to a next phase growth, I had many more occasions to take the paths uncharted. The life then was so challenging!
One of the biggest casualty in that phase was my disregards towards my hobbies - Be with The Family, Enjoy Music form Films of 1940s to mid-1970s period, write on whatever I liked to read, pursue amateur photography and indulge in solving the chess problems.
So I commenced my Second Innings to focus on this area of my life as the primary occupation.
At the end of four years, I am now quite a regular blogger. I have been able to build a few very strong pen-relationships.
I maintain contact with 38-years of my First Innings as freelance trainer and process facilitator.
And yet,
The woods are lovely, dark and deep.
But I have promises to keep,
And miles to go before I sleep,
And miles to go before I sleep.

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