Bangladeshi musicians died at 48

Here are 1 famous musicians from Bangladesh died at 48:

Pannalal Ghosh

Pannalal Ghosh (July 24, 1911 Barisal-April 20, 1960 New Delhi) also known as Jyoti Ghosh or Amulya was a Bangladeshi flutist and film score composer.

His albums: . His related genres: Hindustani classical music and Film score.

Pannalal Ghosh began his music career as a vocalist, but later shifted his focus to playing the flute. He is credited with popularizing the bamboo flute as a classical instrument and developing a distinct style of playing it. He also trained many students, some of whom went on to become renowned flutists themselves.

Apart from his contributions to Hindustani classical music, Pannalal Ghosh also composed music for several films. He worked for notable filmmakers such as Bimal Roy and Satyajit Ray and composed music for acclaimed movies like Do Bigha Zamin and Devdas.

Pannalal Ghosh was awarded the Padma Shri in 1957 for his contributions to Indian music. He died at the relatively young age of 48 due to a heart attack. Nevertheless, the impact he made on the Indian classical music scene and the film industry continues to be felt to this day.

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