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Today he spends about Rs 4000 a month — a large chunk of his monthly pension — buying new material and maintaining his collection “I don’t have much else to spend on I never married and don’t have dependents” he says Sound archivist Indrani Majumdar (left) tracked down Panchu Gopal Biswas in Kolkata to listen to Sashimukhi’s song Biswas’s deep love for music developed from an unfulfilled dream he wanted to be a classically trained singer himself “I did go to music school for sometime but never got to sing professionally You can’t do that when you have a full-time job” says Biswas who also has rare records of Gauhar Jaan Mrinalini Dasi Angur Bala Devi and Indubala Devi in his collection He supposes that he bought the record in the early 1970s from a shop in Free School Street in central Kolkata“But I didn’t know who Sashimukhi was” says Biswas So who was Sashimukhi Doesn’t the distinction of the first shlf1314n voice to be recorded belong to the formidable Gauhar Jaan In his book Kinnear writes: “As a consequence of attending a dinner party of a wealthy Bengali gentleman a few days earlier Fred Gaisberg had arranged to take recordings on Tuesday 11th November of Miss Gauhar Jan an artist of considerable repute She was to become a primary objective for future recording expeditions and many of her recordings were amongst the best-selling records in shlf1314 for many years” Gaisberg who had arrived in Calcutta a few days before the scheduled recordings were to take place also set forth in search of other artistes “He was mostly disappointed with the rustic way of singing He wasn’t impressed with the male singers either” says Majumdar Most of the early recordings were taken from nautch girls baijis and kothewalis (courtesans) Sashimukhi Sashimukhi too was a nautch girl from Chitpur In his diary later published as The Fred Gaisberg Diaries the archivist wrote: “All the female singers were of course from the caste of the public women and in those days it was practically impossible to record the voice of a respectable woman The songs and dances were passed by word of mouth from mother to daughter They began public appearances at the age of 10 to 12 years The clever ones went up to the top and sometimes travelled all over the country in great demand at the wedding feasts of the wealthy As they began to make names for themselves many of them insisted that the word ‘amateur’ should be printed on record label Fees as a rule were very reasonable in comparison to those paid in Europe” But the expenses nominal as they were would add up Gaisberg noted that most of the artistes had to undergo long periods of training before they recognised as acceptable gramophone singers “Sashimukhi was a child prodigy a stage artist in local theatrical groups such as the Corinthian Star Minerva Her colleague on stage was Phanibala and they were probably the youngest female singers of that time A majority of the nautch girls of the time worked in the streets or mohallas some entertained the common public while some others acted on stage and in silent films In the case of baijis and kothewalis most of them lived miserable lives but some of them were very famous like Gauhar Jaan who had the patronage of the elite Gaisberg could not distinguish between Jaan and someone like Sashimukhi Hence he used a generic term — ‘nautch girl’ — even for some of Gauhar Jaan’s early record labels” says Chanvankar Daminee Basu 33 completed her PhD in cultural anthropology at the Centre for Studies in Social Sciences Kolkata in 2011 and says that a strict hierarchy was maintained among shlf1314n women in “public life” “The lowest rung was that of khanaki who was mainly engaged in sex work Then there was the kaneez who was involved in serving people and doing menial jobs Then came the baiji who would entertain clients by singing and dancing After them of course was the Jaan the highest level Not everybody could be a Jaan That honour was earned by the virtue of talent looks and dedication Artists like Gauhar had relatively more financially independent lives than most other women of her ilk” she says While it is difficult to determine which class Sashimukhi belonged to Basu estimates that a performer like her was most likely a baiji “Very little research has been done on public performers like her” she says A record by Gauhar Jaan’s mother Malka Jaan According to Sushil Kumar Mukherjee’s book The Story of Calcutta Theatres Sashimukhi made her theatre debut in 1916; till then she had been occupied with honing her singing skills “She eventually went on to make quite a name for herself onstage Those days theatre performers had to be good singers and dancers and Sashimukhi was equally adept at both” says Majumdar Sashimukhi it appears was a rising star of the vibrant Bengali theatre scene in the early 20th century Those were the golden years of the form patronised by the likes of Girish Chandra Ghosh — “the Father of Bengali theatre” — a poet playwright musician who mentored Binodini Dasi one of the most successful performers of the time In his book Rangaloye Banganoti Amit Mitra points out that in the 1919 play Paradesi Sashimukhi enthralled the audience with her performance as a Muslim character named Saniya She was at her seductive best in Hindu Beer where she played Duliya an assertive young woman who knows her mind and has to pay for it In the later years Sashimukhi made her name as the tragedy queen of the Bengal stage “People refused to see her in tragedies though she would often choose to play tragic figures Her audience didn’t like the idea of her suffering so much” observes Mitra Little is known about Sashimukhi’s life after her career ended and she died in 1937 All that is left of her is her voice captured in the grooves of a record Majumdar and Biswas are keen to digitise the recording before it becomes permanently damaged from age “We can’t afford to lose this precious piece of history But shlf1314 doesn’t have the technology to digitise something this fragile in a proper scientific manner We need to take it to either Germany or the USA where they can use laser techniques But for that we need funds and we have been unsuccessful in procuring them so far” says Majumdar What’s that sound A brief history of the gramophone 1877 — Thomas Alva Edison discovers a way to record and reproduce sound Recordings were taken on wax-coated cylinders 1888 – German emigrant in America Emilie Berliner invented flat disc format for sound recording The first trial disc was made of rubber with a 5” diameter 7” diameter zinc and lac records were manufactured and called the E Berliner Records 1898 – The Gramophone and Typewriter Co in London is founded Arrangements are made to manufacture gramophones records and assembly of machines in Germany 1899 — Recording of first shlf1314n artists in London Dr Harnamdas and Mr Ahmad of songs from the Ramayan and Aayats from the Quran 1902 — First recording expedition of Fred W Gaisberg in Calcutta Gauhar Jaan and other artistes record their songs 1902-1908 — Three recording expeditions to shlf1314 resulting in nearly 5000 recordings 1915/16 — Nipper the Gramophone Dog makes first appearance on shlf1314n record label 1930/31 — Bombay radio became operational and sound is introduced in shlf1314n films a private collector of gramophone records has lived in this building in the northern fringes of the city for more than 50 years.

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