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In the News (Sun 27 May 18)

  
  Lata Mangeshkar
Geeta Dutt and to a certain extent Shamshad Begum survived the Lata onslaught.
Lata's initial style of singing was reminiscent of Noor Jehan but she soon got over that to evolve her own distinguished style.
Though Lata sang under the baton of all the top composers barring O.P. Nayyar and with all the top playback artistes of the day, special mention must be made of her work for C. Ramchandra who made her sound her sweetest and Madan Mohan who challenged her voice like no other music director.
www.upperstall.com /people/lata.html   (658 words)

  
 rediff.com, Movies: The eternal nightingale Lata Mangeshkar
Lata may have still had traces of her idol Noorjehan in her singing but several composers had spotted the uncut diamond and done their best to burnish it with diction lessons and umpteen rehearsals.
In the seventies and early eighties, Lata's position at the top was unshakeable as the three leading music directors of the period, Laxmikant Pyarelal, R D Burman and Kalyanji Anandji, lavished their best on her.
Lata, who is still single, continues to be devoted to her art.
www.rediff.com /entertai/2002/sep/28dinesh.htm   (0 words)

  
 Latin American Travel Association: Home
LATA is a trade organisation and we welcome membership from any company or individual who share our aims and objectives.
Whilst care is taken to ensure that our members are bona fide, prospective clients are recommended to make their own enquiries before entering into any agreement.
LATA is a travel trade organisation that was founded to promote travel to Latin America.
www.lata.org   (0 words)

  
 Lata Mangeshkar
Lata was a Godsend to us composers because with her around there was absolutely no limitations placed on our range.
Lata is daher (duniya) mein jis mein khushi milti hai kam sab ko
Lata has learnt all the good things from music and when she became famous, she gave the goodness back to it.
members.rediff.com /lata/othersonlata.html   (10106 words)

  
  Khojhyderabad.com > Entertainment
Lata's initial style of singing was reminiscent of Noorjehan but she soon got over that to evolve her own distinguished style.
Though Lata sang under the baton of all the top composers barring O.P. Nayyar and with all the top playback artistes of the day, special mention must be made of her work for C.Ramchandra who made her sound her sweetest and Madan Mohan who challenged her voice like no other music director.
Lata Mangeshkar sings infrequently now but even today the songs of some of the biggest hits of today Dil To Paagal Hai (1997), Maachis (1997), Hum Aapke Hain Kaun (1994) and Dil Se (1998) are sung by her.
www.khojhyderabad.com /Ent/Profiles/Lata%20Mangeshkar.asp   (658 words)

  
 GLOBETROTTER:Featured Artist: Lata
If Lata Mangeshkar was a singing machine, as she was described by a leading Indian magazine, then never before had one seen a machine with a soul, mind and charismatic individuality of it's own.
Lata's religious bend of mind is not as well known as her penchant for white sari and fascination for diamonds.
Infact the general feeling that prevailed when this award was bestowed on her was that, Lata symbolised the coming - of - age of India's popular culture, of it's emergence as one of the most powerful counterweights to western domination of the Third World in cultural terms.
www.sonymusic.com /globetrotter/lata.html   (2624 words)

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