“Collective Cries” Translation of a Tagore Song

This song, written by Rabindranath Tagore was presented as “Collective Cries” for Change of Arts Festival, 2017. Introduced by comedian Sindhu Vee, this devotional peace song was translated & recited by Sidrah Muntaha who sang the full song in Part Two accompanied by musicians Piyas Barua (Tabla) and Amith Dey (Keyboard).

This event was organised by Hope not Hate in memory of Jo Cox, British MP who was murdered in 2016. This performance was one of several performances with the theme ‘More in Common’ and took place at Amnesty International, London.

 

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Author: Dr. Sidrah Muntaha

I am a Consultant Clinical Psychologist with a special interest in the role of music to promote emotional well being and recovery from severe mental health difficulties. I am currently employed as Head of Psychology for Cygnet Healthcare, London and have previously worked in NHS psychiatric hospitals to implement psychological interventions including innovative approaches such as CBT-music and other music & arts based therapeutic interventions. For details contact muntaha.sidrah@gmail.com. ©Copyright www.sidrahsite.wordpress.com

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