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The Quint Covers Classic Songs on World Music Day

The Quint’s employees performed both old and new classics on World Music Day 2018. 

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The Quint brought World Music Day to life with a live performance by a quartet of employees.

With a singer, a make shift percussionist, a keyboard player, and a guitarist, the group sang and played some older and modern classics.

The group started with Baate kuch ankahee si from the film Life... in a Metro, before moving to Lata Mangeshkar’s Ajeeb dastan hai yeh, and then transitioned to Yeh hai Bombay meri jaan from the film CID. The musicians changed pace by performing a rendition Ed Sheeran’s Shape of You, before ending with the classic Beatles’ number Let it be.

(This story was first published on 21 June 2017. It is being republished from The Quint's archives on the occasion of World Music Day.)

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Topics:  Bollywood   Ed Sheeran   World Music Day 

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