Wednesday, August 10, 2011

Mick Jagger sings in one of the oldest languages in the world: "Sanskrit"

Mick Jagger singing debuts in Sanskrit, the language par excellence of classical Indian civilization through an issue that has recorded with the group that formed last May, "Superheavy", as reported Indian media on Wednesday. The song is called "Satyameva Jayathe" and its author is the Indian composer AR Rahman, who is part of the new band with Jagger, the former leader of "Eurythmics' Dave Stewart, the youngest son of Bob Marley, Damian Marley, and singer Soul Joss Stone.

"I think it's historical, Mick, Joss, Damian, Dave and I have put together for a song like this is an iconic event. I hope that people like, "said AR Rahman, was quoted by the newspaper" The Hindu "." Satyameva Jayathe "which means" truth alone triumphs "will be the second single from" Superheavy "following the departure "Miracle Worker", the song that was released the group, which hopes to fall to market her first album.

Classical language of India, taking the place of Latin in the Western world, the ancient Sanskrit is one of the oldest languages that have been documented and is still used in liturgical ceremonies in Hinduism, Buddhism and Jainism. Indian Keyboardist A. R Rahman became world famous as a composer of film music "Slungdog Millionaire", which in 2008 swept the Academy Awards, to be eight Oscars, including best soundtrack.

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