Patari Tabeer's fifth song shows Sindhi music in its raw glory

The latest Patari offering revel Sindh's forgotten music legacy

Rida Lodhi February 03, 2017

The fifth instalment of Patari Tabeer tells the tale of four musicians who have jammed to the same song, despite being in different parts of Sindh.

Faqir Zulfiqar, Bhagat Bhuru Laal, Rajab Faqir and Zamar Hussain have come together with Saif Samejo, lead vocalist and founder of folk/rock band The Sketches, to work their magic in Sajan Moi Khay Yaad Payo without ever meeting one another. Samejo travelled to each of the artists individually to record the track.

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The song allows one to revel in Sindh's forgotten musical legacy. The musicians each give life to it in their special way. Zulfiqar, for one, happens to be the last Borrindo (an unusual clay instrument which dates back 5000 years) player, Laal is a Hindu shrine singer from Mir Pur Khas while Faqir and Hussain are a teacher and student duo from Mitthi.

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Patari took to Twitter to introduce two of the four talents in Sajan Moi Khay Yaad Payo on Thursday.

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