Christmas Lullaby By Piyali Ganguly. “First Christmas Is Near”

The past month Barefoot Music’s blog has been quiet while I was knee-deep in writing 50,000 words in 30 days, I also have been indulging in some of the finest of music available, independent music by wonderfully talented artists. 
 With so much to be thankful for in the closing out the month of November, and with the hopeful wonders of joy that December can bring, Barefoot music will be sharing Christmas Music by only Independent artists during this holiday Season of 2013. 
Spot lighting this first Christmas song, the inaugural Christmas song on this blog feels magical that it is one from a friend whose voice sounds like an angel from heaven above, whose voice both lights up hearts like a sparkling lit Christmas tree and soothes the soul.
This talented person is the one and only, the very beautiful voice of Piyali Ganguly~

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 Piyali Ganguly

Wishing you joy and abundant blessings throughout this season.
And a heartfelt thank you to Miss Piyali for sharing her stunning voice through her music.

To learn about  Miss Ganguly’s  & more of her music please just visit her artist’s page:

Piyalis’ voice was trained in Indian classical music, under the guidance of her mother, Krishna Chakraborty, who is an exponent of Hindustani classical music. Between 1986 and 1988, she won first prizes (western music vocal) at various inter-college festivals, had concerts in various cities in India and there were quite a few good articles and reviews published in Indian newspapers and magazines, regarding her voice and performances. In the years 1989 and 1990, two albums were released: # 1. “Quasme” by Sonex Pvt. Ltd., Calcutta, India # 2. “FastForward” by CBS Gramaphone Records and Tapes (India) Ltd.

Between the years 1991 to 1997, that Piyali spent in Japan, she was interviewed by Fuji Television, Tokyo and Saison TV, Tsukuba, Japan. Many interview based articles and reviews accolading her singing prowess and performance, appeared in various Japanese magazines and newspapers. Piyali performed at Ibaraki Intl. Assn. ‘Friendship’ concerts in Tsukuba, Hitachi, Yokohama & Mito, Japan, at the charity concert held at the Gakuin University Hall, Tokyo, Japan. Also performed at Kuryian Hall and Ako Studio, Tokyo, Jpn. In 1994 & 1995, Piyali was awarded Judges Prize at the Foreigners Singing Contest (Japanese), hosted by TV Tokyo, Japan, which was televised nationally. Piyali also held a music workshop, for members of the Intl. Children’s Bunko Assn., Tokyo, Japan.

– See more at: http://www.mixposure.com/piyali#sthash.nksnUuD6.dpuf

http://www.mixposure.com/piyali/audio

Piyalis’ voice was trained in Indian classical music, under the guidance of her mother, Krishna Chakraborty, who is an exponent of Hindustani classical music. Between 1986 and 1988, she won first prizes (western music vocal) at various inter-college festivals, had concerts in various cities in India and there were quite a few good articles and reviews published in Indian newspapers and magazines, regarding her voice and performances. In the years 1989 and 1990, two albums were released: # 1. “Quasme” by Sonex Pvt. Ltd., Calcutta, India # 2. “FastForward” by CBS Gramaphone Records and Tapes (India) Ltd.

Between the years 1991 to 1997, that Piyali spent in Japan, she was interviewed by Fuji Television, Tokyo and Saison TV, Tsukuba, Japan. Many interview based articles and reviews accolading her singing prowess and performance, appeared in various Japanese magazines and newspapers. Piyali performed at Ibaraki Intl. Assn. ‘Friendship’ concerts in Tsukuba, Hitachi, Yokohama & Mito, Japan, at the charity concert held at the Gakuin University Hall, Tokyo, Japan. Also performed at Kuryian Hall and Ako Studio, Tokyo, Jpn. In 1994 & 1995, Piyali was awarded Judges Prize at the Foreigners Singing Contest (Japanese), hosted by TV Tokyo, Japan, which was televised nationally. Piyali also held a music workshop, for members of the Intl. Children’s Bunko Assn., Tokyo, Japan.

– See more at: http://www.mixposure.com/piyali#sthash.nksnUuD6.dpuf

Piyalis’ voice was trained in Indian classical music, under the guidance of her mother, Krishna Chakraborty, who is an exponent of Hindustani classical music. Between 1986 and 1988, she won first prizes (western music vocal) at various inter-college festivals, had concerts in various cities in India and there were quite a few good articles and reviews published in Indian newspapers and magazines, regarding her voice and performances. In the years 1989 and 1990, two albums were released: # 1. “Quasme” by Sonex Pvt. Ltd., Calcutta, India # 2. “FastForward” by CBS Gramaphone Records and Tapes (India) Ltd.

Between the years 1991 to 1997, that Piyali spent in Japan, she was interviewed by Fuji Television, Tokyo and Saison TV, Tsukuba, Japan. Many interview based articles and reviews accolading her singing prowess and performance, appeared in various Japanese magazines and newspapers. Piyali performed at Ibaraki Intl. Assn. ‘Friendship’ concerts in Tsukuba, Hitachi, Yokohama & Mito, Japan, at the charity concert held at the Gakuin University Hall, Tokyo, Japan. Also performed at Kuryian Hall and Ako Studio, Tokyo, Jpn. In 1994 & 1995, Piyali was awarded Judges Prize at the Foreigners Singing Contest (Japanese), hosted by TV Tokyo, Japan, which was televised nationally. Piyali also held a music workshop, for members of the Intl. Children’s Bunko Assn., Tokyo, Japan.

– See more at: http://www.mixposure.com/piyali#sthash.nksnUuD6.dpuf

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2 comments

  1. Bette A. Stevens · December 1, 2013

    So lovely. THANKS… Holiday blessings to you and yours, Bette A. Stevens http://www.4writersandreaders.com

  2. Let's CUT the Crap! · December 3, 2013

    🙂 Happy December.

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