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January 30, 2006



Soun Tow Sapne

Soun Tow Sapne Mp3 Song, Download Soun Tow Sapne, Soun Tow Sapne Mp3 Download"Soun Tow Sapne" is a soundtrack in 2006 Best World cassette, Euphoric Abida Original Movie Soundtrack.This soundtrack was casted 12 years ago, begining to blast by Hindi audience.Major artist Abida Parveen participated in two fields, took part as singers and composer.It is Abida Parveen, Whosane`s 7th music track, Out of 8 all .Abida Parveen meet withvarious gifts for well job of a World track.Times Music Inc, released the song after recording "Meri Bukkal Di Vich" track represented by Abida Parveen & Whosane.The music track was nicely composed by Abida Parveen on the other side it was kindly represented by Abida Parveen and Whosane.It quickly fly up up on video platform youtube in 1921, and is viewed by 43.71 thousand lovers.Roughly Calculated income to Times Music Inc from soundtrack is $2985. took part as a lyricist.Track is accessible on itune music store for $0.99 where as all CD for $7.92.

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Song Name Soun Tow Sapne
AlbumEuphoric Abida Original Movie Soundtrack.
ComposerAbida Parveen.
LabelTimes Music Inc.
SingerAbida Parveen and Whosane.
Duration 06:35
Record on January 30, 2006
Album Price $7.92
Song Price $0.99
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Abida Parveen is a rarity in the world of Sufi music, a female lead performer.

Abida Parveen (born 1954) (Sindhi: عابده پروين, Urdu: عابده پروین), is a singer of Sindhi descent and one of the foremost exponents of Sufi music (Sufiana kalaam). She sings mainly ghazals, Urdu love songs, and her forte, Kafis, a solo genre accompanied by percussion and harmonium, using a repertoire of songs by Sufi poets. Parveen sings in Urdu, Sindhi, Seraiki, Punjabi and Persian, and together with Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan is considered one of the finest Sufi vocalists of the modern era.[2][3][4][5] A few years ago she has taken a Bay'ah, and formally entered into the tutelage of a spiritual master, Muhammad Najeeb Sultan. She has expressed Muhammad Najeeb Sultan as her spiritual master in many songs. In December 2009 she launched an album in his name.

Early life :-

Abida Parveen, a Sindhi, was born in mohalla Ali Goharabad in Larkana (Sindh province, Pakistan)] She received her musical training initially from her father, Ustad Ghulam Haider, and later from Ustad Salamat Ali Khan of the Sham Chorasia gharana. Growing up, she attended her father's music school,where her foundation in music was laid ,

[Career :-

Abida Parveen embarked upon her professional career from Radio Pakistan, Hyderabad, in 1973. Her first hit was the Sindhi song "Tuhinje zulfan jay band kamand widha".

Personal life :-

Abida was married to Ghulam Hussain Sheikh, senior producer at Radio Pakistan, who died a few years ago and who nurtured her development as a singer in her early years. The couple had a daughter Priya, an MBA who acts as her adviser, and a son Saranj
Awards :-

President of Pakistan's Award for Pride of Performance (1982), and the Sitara-e-Imtiaz (2005).
[edit] Discography

* Aap Ki Abida
* Are Logo Tumhara Kiya
* Best of Abida Parveen (1997)
* Baba Bulleh Shah
* Abida Parveen Sings Songs of the Mystics Vol 1
* Arifana Kalam
* Chants Soufis Du Pakistan
* Faiz by Abida
* Ghalib by Abida Parveen
* Ghazal Ka Safar Vol I
* Ghazal Ka Safar Vol II
More :-
Abida Parveen is a rarity in the world of Sufi music, a female lead performer. She is the daughter of prominent Pakistani vocalist Ustad Ghulam Haider, who (somewhat bravely) ignored convention and allowed her to study under him, and she also accompanied him to various religious performances. After a time developing her abilities, she married Ustad Hussein Sheikh, an influential producer from Radio Pakistan, who also helped her to further her career. More time was spent in study, this time with the great Salamat Ali Khan. A number of albums, compilation appearances, and various world tours have followed, making her by far the most successful Sufi female performer, and one of the more notable performers of the form in general. ~

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