The RNT Project: A One-of-a-Kind Musical Journey
The RNT Project, a collection of 10 Rabindra Sangeet, aims to be a distinctive musical experience. International sounds and Tagore's compositions have been merged to produce something remarkable by music director Arindom and a collection of accomplished musicians from around the globe.
Just two instances of outstanding ability on display in this album are Surangana Bandyopadhyay's performance of Amar Nishitho Raatero and Nikhita Gandhi's Amaro Porano Jaha Chay.
Ami chini go chini and Kotobaro bhebechhinu by Arindom Chatterjee show off his talent for fusing traditional and contemporary music, while Lagnajita Chakraborty's rendition of Tomar khola hawa gives the well-known song a vivacious new spin. The songs Amar Mollika Boney and Oder Shathe Melao by Amrita Singh Majumdar further showcase her distinct vocal technique and capacity to portray nuanced emotions.
Clarinet, guitar, Spanish percussion, classical sitars, cello, and electronic production combine to produce an international sound. Rabindranath Tagore's work is honoured and added to the world of music by SVF Music with The RNT Project, which debuts today on YouTube and other audio platforms.
I've always desired to collaborate with Lopamudra Mitra. It's the only tune with this amazing blend of classical sitars, cello, and electronic production, and musically, it's a very satisfying track.
Tomar khola hawa
My personal fave track off the album, it was also my first collaboration with Lagna. gives you a sensation of power at a time when your life is struggling. Ami chini go chini I mostly wanted to express the emotion of comprehending the image one can have of someone. A theme of some great British pop percussion, reinforced by passing vocals, made me think of Numb by Linkin Park in a melancholy way.
Ami chini go chini
I mainly wanted to capture the feeling of understanding the image one can have of someone.
Amar nishitho raatero
It's another musical memory I have from Paris, and the arrangement includes some great violin and accordion.
It returns to the rock/power ballad feel while incorporating some delicate, lovely Georgian vocals. Apart from the specifics of each song, I believe the most essential thing was that I wanted to commemorate Tagore by taking him out of Bengal and into the international spotlight.
Amar mollika boney
With some great vocals by Amrita, classical guitars, and Spanish percussion, it gives me the feeling of a gloomy, deep blueish start to my mornings.
- PTC PUNJABI