If Super Mario Bros. were Indians, this is what the music would have sounded like! Presenting to you the FIRST EVER complete Indian Version of the Super Mario Bros. Theme Music. The music comprises of the three most popular themes-Overworld, Underworld and Underwater theme followed by the catchy death and game over sound.
Super Mario has been a game that we all have grown up playing or listening to and is something that every kid would be able to relate. You ask any person about the music and they would be able to tell you the Motif of the music very accurately which goes like "Ta da Ta Ta da Ta"
The whole idea of doing Super Mario Bros. started couple of months back when I was researching about how this piece was initially composed and the process that went into making it. Koji Kondo, who originally composed the soundtrack of Super Mario Bros, expressed his experience of the process of making the track. As a musician, his way of composing fascinated me the most-he would write a piece, sent it to his team and play it along with the video game to see if it evoked any emotion, whether it accentuated or highlighted the actions of running, jumping or harmonized with the sound effects. He used to scrap it when it didn't.
Koji Kondo made use of a small keyboard to compose his tracks and created different scores for different themes so that it doesn't sound repetitive.
Honestly, as a musicians, the Super Mario Bros. Theme has hugely fascinated me to create my own version of the score. Having a strong background in Indian Classical Music too, I decided to create an Indian Version of the score.
Lastly, I would like to thank everyone who has worked, helped and believed in me for this project, without whom this would have been impossible.
If you liked the music, check the music video on my Official Youtube Channel- www.youtube.com/yashwarrierofficial
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Arranged, Recreated and Piano-Yash Warrier
Indian Slide Guitar-Shounak Ganguly
Recording Engineers-Veer Mulraj, Manoj Adhikary
Mixing and Mastering-Rahul Kannan
Shot by-Satvik Bhatt
Editing and Graphics by Satvik Bhatt
Special thanks to "Euphony Centre of Performing Arts" for their support.
Thanks to Nesguide for their pure Gameplay
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