100 Composers One Song, India’s most immeasurable music composers came forward in support of Atmanirbhar Bharat and created Vande Mataram song.
On 74th Independence Day for India, the Music Composers’ Association of India (MCAI) released an incredible patriotic song VANDE MATARAM in support of Aatmanirbhar Bharata initiative led by our honourable Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi.
Indian movie music lovers have always cherished and commended the recurring evergreen portions of music of the grand masters. Some composers with their exclusive distinctive features in their techniques have left an ineffaceable thought on our wits.
Since music has always been an essential component of Indian cinema, chiefly Hindi movies, composers of the earlier period to the present furnish it as they compose songs to gratify the demands of incalculable spectators across the country or make bespoke numbers to ensemble the situational situations in movies.
From Alam Ara, the 1st Indian talkie movie, to Khuda Hafiz, the recent release, Hindi movie music has seen many stalwarts wave the reputation charts in their errand.
First time in Hindi Film Music industry history, a unique initiative has been taken up by Music Composers Association of India (MCAI) and engaged 100 renowned composers of Indian Fim Industry to create one song to represent the unity of India through music.
Here is the list of people involved in song Vande Mataram song as music creators, collaborators, contributors and celebrators.
Aao badhayen haath’Music Composers’ Association of India (MCAI)
Aur Milkar Sath sath
Sur Se sur milaakar
Ek naye Aaatmanirbhar
Bharat ka nirmaan Karen
The MCAI formerly known as CMDA has been around for years with all eminent music composers as it’s members. With the change of name, the ambit and scope of the association have been expanded to include the whole of India and the activities include a range of new responsibilities and duties.
From being just an organization representing the film sector it also covers tv, advertising and non film.
All prominent composers from the fraternity are members of the MCAI.
The MCAI strives to protect the interests of Composers in every way possible and prevent them from being exploited.