Nurthi Music


00:00 අඹ දඹ නාරං
03:59 අන්නාසි පේර
07:10 දන්න වංහුං අපෙ
09:22 ඇසේ ප්‍රීති
15:01 ගෝවේ ගෑණු පරාදයි
18:30 හිමි ඔබෙ දැකුමක්
22:08 මගෙ මන්ද්‍රී
27:07 පලු බල මල්
29:56 සඳසාවි
34:06 සිරි සංඝබෝධි
36:37 ශ්‍රියා මනමත් වී

Nurthi is a stage drama that influenced by Parasi theater as a consequence of arriving the drama troupe in the latter part of the 19th century, which belonged to the Elphinstone Dramatic Company of India. Nurthi is the colloquial Sinhala form of the Sanskrit term “Nritya”. The music of Nurthi was based on North Indian Music. Don Bastian of Dehiwala introduced Nurti firstly by looking at Indian dramas and then John De Silva developed it and performed Ramayanaya in 1886.