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Coffee Houser Sei Addata Aj Ar Nei : Strum


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Song: Coffee Houser Sei Addata Aj Ar Nei
Artist: Manna Dey
From: single (1980's)


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Time Signature and Beat Pattern:
4/4, does not use off beats (starts from 1st beat) - (Time signatures explained)


Fundamental Chord Structure:
Basic chord progression: It has complex progression, varying in parts. The basic chords can be reduced to 50s progression, E-C#m-A-B, with F#m replacing A and B7 replacing B at times

Original scale: E major

Chords transposed a scale of C: C-Am-F-G (3 semitone above this scale)- (Transposition explained)

Roman numeral form notation: I vi IV V (50s progression) - (Roman numeral notation explained)


Strum Pattern:
To define a strum pattern for this one is not exactly easy. There are many different strums at many different place. Try and memorize the song and play it on your own, from your mind. Between the meter chord changes occur routinely.

For the chorus parts, try |DD_(DU)|

For the verses, try |DU(DD)U|

(Explanation - 4 beats per meter; the stroke that is marked with a (') is played and muted; the beats in brackets are divided into subunits of equal duration as noted). (More on how to read strum patterns)

Between the meter chord changes occur throughout the song.


Playings Tips and Song Notes:
This song can give any beginner (I dare say, anyone) nightmares. The song is melodically very complex. Its a treat to learn. You need the chords reference next to you when you play this one. Its going to be hard but once you've mastered it, its going to be more rewarding than most other songs. Try singing along or playing along with the track to grasp where the chords change and how. This song is not one amenable to a days work, so keep at at.

The song is based on the Scottish piece Auld Lang Syne. The melodic structure has been preserved for the most part but the tempo has been hastened. The original was a 3-4 chord soft piece that has been transformed into an extravagantly complex progression. The straight-cut use of a descending chromatic scale segment is also observed in the 5th and 6th verse - this indeed is a rare find.

The song preserves the melancholy of the original and transforms the scene from the serene Scottish heights to the cacophonous urban cafe, and quite successfully striking the same emotional chords with the audience in the process. The song has captivated the heart sad minds of the lovers of Bengali music and much more so for those who frequent the old Indian Coffee House in College Street, Kolkata - a haunt of the city's intelligentsia. The song has become, almost a anthem for the city - an achievement unbeknown to any other.

Difficulty: Medium to Expert level (Beginners must try never the less!)
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