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‘Hold my Hand’ wins hearts

29 Jan 2019 03:47am IST

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29 Jan 2019 03:47am IST

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In a musical collaboration that is soulful as well as inspiring, a number of noted Goan musicians have come together to create ‘Hold my Hand’, a heart-touching gospel song sung by Bryan Ivor. Café tunes in

Bryan Ivor is not a new name in the Goan music

industry. A versatile solo singer-songwriter from Varca, Bryan has been in the field of music for over two decades and has enthralled audiences all over India as well as overseas with his brilliant performances of music covering numerous genres. He has released a new gospel song called ‘Hold my Hand’, a song that connected with the audience through its lyrics and melody.

‘Hold my Hand’ is a song that helps us to connect to our loved ones in heaven. Bryan Ivor has been part of the music industry for 20 years – the first decade as the lead singer of many popular bands in Goa and as a solo artiste for the last thirteen years. He also has to his credit his original singles ‘Come on F C Goa’ and ‘Viva Sao Joao’.

“This was a song packed with emotion for me personally and I’m glad the people could feel and connect to the emotion in the song,” says Bryan. He has done a marvellous job with his soulful voice, singing the song ‘Hold my Hand’.

The lyricist of the song, Rolita Pires, who is married to Bryan, says, “Hold my hand is a song that I wrote in memory of my late father, Mr Romeo Pires. The song helps one to connect to their loved ones in heaven.”

Bryan composed the music for the song and approached Grayston Vaz, Goa’s renowned lead guitarist, to arrange the music for the song. Grayston, having lost his father around the same time, connected very strongly to the lyrics of the song, and arranged the music with some delicate guitar work that is very striking in the song. Later, the soul-stirring violin was added by violin maestro Victor Da Costa, played very beautifully on screen in the video by a very talented violin player, Deepti Coutinho. The piano motifs were played beautifully by ace keyboard player Ignatius Rodrigues.

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