An Indigenous Horizon
Posted by admin on Apr 5, 2014 in Balochi Poetry, Poetry | 2 comments
The voice is Mir Gul Khan Nasir’s own, waja. Waja Lal Bakhsh Rind (Late) went to great pains in order to convince Mir Gul Khan to record his poems in his own voice. These were recorded in a session in Mir Gul Khan’s home in Railway Society Quetta sometime in 1982. We can not even begin to praise Lal Bakhsh Rind on preserving these very rare recordings of Mir Sahib. But, at the same time, we shouldn’t mistakenly attribute the voice to Waja Lal Bakhsh. Lala (Lal Bakhsh Rind) also recorded some of Mir Sahib’s Brahavi poetry in one of Mir Sahib’s cousin’s (Mir Akram Khan) voice. Thank You for sharing this.
Thank you Koh Prosh for the correction. We edited it accordingly.
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