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The Micro View of Best Songs of 1946 @ SoY – Duets – Female – Female Duets + Male-Male Duets + Triads, Triads+

Female – Female Duets

Female- Female Duets present an opportunity to listen to many of the voices that we listened to in the female solo songs, with a different prospective of – in terms of the subjects as well as style of singing these types of songs.

Far More number of songs that we could locate on HFGK do not have YT links established till now.

Popular Female-Female Duet

Zohrabai Ambalewali, Shamshad BegumUdan Khatole Pe Ud Jaoon, Tere Haath Na AauN – Anmol Ghadi – Naushad Ali – Tanvir Naqvi

Other Female-Female Duets

Hamida Banu, Krishna GangulyIk Chand WahaN Ik Chand YahaN Jiya NA Lage Mora – Amar Raj – Feroz Nizami – Ishwar Chandra Kapoor

Amirbai Karanataki, Zohrabai AmbalewaliMeri Aai Hai Teen BhabhiyaN – Haum Ek Hain = Husnlal Bhagatram – P L Santoshi

Zeenat Begum, Hameeda BanoAlla Duhai Hai … Ye Duniya Garibo Ki Kyun Jeene NahiN Deti – Nek Parveen – Feroz Nizami – Wahid Qureshi

Mohantara Talpade, Hameeda Bano – Oonchi Haveli Bana Do Munimji, Hawli Ko Sheeshe Laga Do Muimji – Phoolwari – Hansraj Behl – Pt. Indra

Shanta Apte, Lata MangeshkarMain Khili Khili Phoolwari Kya….. Chand Haath Mein Aaya – Subhadra – Vasant Desai – Moti B A

Male-Male Duet Song

I have been able to locate only one male-male duet from HFGK for the year 1946.

S D Burman, S L PuriBaabu.. Re Dil Ko Bachan, Tere Dil Ko Bachana – Eight Dyas- S D Burman –

Triads, Triads+

Except one song, all other songs are more in the genre of chorus songs  this year, where no one singer plays a major role in the song.

Beenapani Mukherjee, Lalita Deulkar, Mangala Tipnis, ChorusApni Gori Ki Nagari Mein Jaana – Eight Days – S D Burman – Qamar Jalalabadi

Chorus – Utho Ke Hamein Waqt Ki Gardish Ne Pukara – Neecha Nagar – Pt. Ravi Shankar

Chorus – Ham Rookenge Nahin – Neecha Nagar – Pt. Ravi Shankar

Chorus – Aao SahelioN BannI Ko Mahendi Lagao – Nek Parveen – Feroz Nizami – Waid Quereshi

We will take up the concluding part of the Duet Songs of 1946 in our next episode.