Jayadeva - Gita Govinda album download
|A1||Prologue: Evocation Des Nuages||2:42|
|A2||1- Louanges Aux Dix Envoyés Du Dieu D'Amour||8:36|
|A3||2- Louanges Au Dieu D'Amour||4:15|
|A4||3- Râdhâ, La Solitaire, Erre Dans Les Buissons Printaniers||7:37|
|B1||4- "Va, Râdhâ, Joindre Ton Seigneur À La Fête Du Printaniers"||7:23|
|B2||5- La Mélancolie De Râdhâ||5:22|
|B3||6- Le Jour Où L'Amour Vint Réveiller Les Deux Oiseaux Sur La Poitrine De Râdhâ||8:15|
|C1||7- Remords De Krishna D'Avoir Néglige Râdhâ||8:10|
|C2||8- Plainte De La Confidente De Râdhâ Auprès De Krishna||7:41|
|C3||9- "Même Son Collier Lui Pèse Lourd Sur Ses Seins!"||5:19|
|D1||10- "Il Est Tellement Misérable, Ô Râdhâ, Sans Toi"||5:27|
|D2||11- Il Déverse Ton Nom Si Doux Par Les Notes De Sa Flûte"||6:25|
|D3||12- "Elle Te Supplie, Seigneur, D'Aller La Joindre"||6:35|
|E1||13- "Pourquoi Ne Vient-il Pas Encore?"||7:48|
|E2||14- "Quelle Peut Être La Vachère Qui S'Amuse Avec Lui?"||5:53|
|E3||15- "Pourquoi Dois-je Rester Privée De Sa Présence?"||5:31|
|F1||16- "Comment Souffre-t-elle De Tolérer..."||4:02|
|F2||17- Krishna Aux Pieds De Râdhâ||10:05|
|F3||18- Conseil De La Confidente À Râdhâ||4:51|
|G1||19- "Abreuve-moi Du Nectar De Ta Bouche!"||7:51|
|G2||20- Râdhâ Sur Son Lit De Feuilles Fraîches||5:29|
|G3||21- "Frêle Comme Une Fleur Parmi Les Fleurs"||4:59|
|H1||22- L'Esclave D'Amour De Râdhâ||7:28|
|H2||23- "Ressuscite, Ô Râdhâ, Mon Cœr Envoûré!"||8:39|
|H3||24- La Fête De L'Amour||6:14|
|H4||Epilogue: Louanges À Sarasvati||2:16|
- Design, Painting – Shri Chandrasekhar
- Dhol [Pakhawaj] – Banamali Baharana
- Flute – Jayantha Kumar Mukherjee
- Recorded By – Roger Filipuzzi
- Sitar – Hemanta Kumar Das
- Tambura – Sanjugita
- Vocals, Swarmandel – Pandit Ragunath Panigrahi*
Notes"Louanges Au Détenteur De La Lumière"
Poéme Lyrique De Jayadeva En Vingt-Quatre Chants.
"Hymn To The Custodian Of Light"
Jayadeva's Lyrical Poem In Twenty Four Songs.
Recorded at Centre Mandapa.
The Gita Govinda (Sanskrit: गीत गोविन्द) (Song of Govinda) is a work composed by the 12th-century Indian poet, Jayadeva. It describes the relationship between Krishna and the gopis (female cow herders) of Vrindavana, and in particular one gopi named Radha. The Gita Govinda is organized into twelve chapters. Each chapter is further sub-divided into twenty-four divisions called Prabandhas. The prabandhas contain couplets grouped into eights, called Ashtapadis.
Louanges Au Détenteur De La Lumière" Poéme Lyrique De Jayadeva En Vingt-Quatre Chants. Hymn To The Custodian Of Light" Jayadeva's Lyrical Poem In Twenty Four Songs. Recorded at Centre Mandapa.
Gita Govinda is a Hindi album released on Apr 2010. Gita Govinda Album has 19 songs sung by Manabendra Mukherjee, Nirmala Mishra, Arati Mukherjee. Listen to all songs in high quality & download Gita Govinda songs on Gaana. attr("src", $('. de tp.
Gita Govinda - Sri Krsna’s expressions of sorrow due to separation from Sri Radhika Song by Jayadeva Gosvami. Krsna was dancing in the forest bower. He was immersed in joyful pastimes with beautiful young gopis, who were receiving him with the utmost respect. Allow me to see you at once. I am reeling from the pain inflicted by Kandarpa. 8) Translation Sri Jayadeva appeared in the village of Kindubilva just as the moon appears from the ocean. He has humbly collected Sri Krsna’s expressions of sorrow in the form of this song. hrdi bisa-lata-haro nayam bhujangama-nayakah kuvalaya-dala-sreni kanthe na sa garala-dyutih malayaja-rajo nedam bhasma priya-rahite mayi prahara na hara-bhrantyananga krudha kim u dhavasi Translation Hey Anaìga!
Jayadeva was a poet of the 12th century, hailing from today’s Orissa. His Gita Govinda is a work of Sanskrit love poetry and song, centered around its most famous components, 24 Ashtapadis (songs with 8 couplets). These Ashtapadis are about different moods in the love between Krishna and Radha - some are almost hymns, listing Krishna’s achievements in his various incarnations; some are glimpses into Krishna’s or Radha’s minds at times of separation, anger or reconciliation; some others are the words of messengers sent to each other, urging mercy and to swallow pride.
This work Gita Govindam is a lyrical dance-drama, plussed with the then romantics, poetic aesthetics and what not with a theme of vipralambha sringara - anguish in separation and joy in uniting of divine couple rādha and Krishna. The poet sings to the joy of Krishna, wishing him to be always joyous togetherness of rādha, addressing him variously like Govinda, Maadhava, Hari, Keshava et. according to the situation, and hence it is called Gita Govindam, like bhaja govindam . devout yourself unto Govinda. However, we may dare say that none has given any word for word translation for this work, nor for the complete translation of Gita Govinda, excepting that someone's attempt halted at the song on the eulogy of ten incarnations.
The Gita Govinda (गीत गोविन्द) (Song of Krishna) is a work composed by the 12th-century poet, Jayadeva, who was born in Kenduli Sasana village near Puri in Odisha. This work has been of great importance in the development of the bhakti traditions of Hinduism. Each chapter is further sub-divided into twenty four divisions called Prabandhas.