29 October, 2020

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“Twinkle Twinkle Little Star” In Different Remixed Versions

How would the Nursery Rhyme Twinkle Twinkle Little Star sound in South Indian Carnatic or Punjabi Bhangra? Watch this comical rendition of the Nursery Rhymes “Twinkle Twinkle Little Star” in different remixed versions. Have A Blast!!

 

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    Very versatile actress and singer. She appears to be able to speak many languages.

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    Great Artiste. How a little nursery rhyme I learnt in my “Baby Class” ( as it was called then), Brings me boundless enjoyment through the great musical traditions of India. Superb experience.

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    my carnatic singing friend sings with us some times as a parody but with its own merits. The video artiste sings in Malayalam, Tamil, Telungu? and Punjabi styles. Love it

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    Just saw the second video. This is genius

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    Hilarious,and beautiful rendition of this old nursery Rhyme in various Indian dialects. Wonder how she would sound in Sinhala Seepadha mode or like a Baila or Hooniyan. Can any Sri Lankan singer improwise like this great Artist. Thanks C.T. it made my day.The Kids were screaming with delight.

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    Hilarious……and what amazing talent!

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    She has great and unique voice control,superb pitching, variation, and scale.
    This is called…. I’ve got natural talent. Thanks CT.

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    Excellent performance. Thank you! For anybody interested here is a trilingual version of the poem: Twinkle twinkle thaarukaa/ How I wonder enna da / Mage appey bow the wold so high/ Like a diamond in the sky.

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    Well done Revathy Sankaran !!!!! you are a genious !!!!

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