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Victor Ratnayake was born on February 18th, 1942 in the town of Kandy (Central Highlands), home of the sacred “temple of Buddha’s tooth relic His father, Ratnayake Arachchilage Don James, was an apothecary serving the State Pharmaceuticals and his mother was named Abeykoon Mayadunnelage Sumanawathi. Victor was the 3rd in a family of 10 children and their home was the rural town of Kandangama in Kadugannawa, few miles away from Kandy. Victor’s immediate younger brother, Somapala Ratnayake was the first child of the Ratnayake family to pursue an interest in music. At present he is a renowned musician, having composed music for Cinema, TV and popular songs. Victor loved listening to Hindi and Tamil film songs, he often overheard when those movies were regularly playing for audiences inside temporary tents on Municipal Council ground in town. Victor enjoyed accompanying his mother to the weekly flea market in town on Sundays as he was fascinated by Dolki Drummers and Japanese Mandolin players regularly performing there. Only the mother’s continues persistence made Victor return home on those visits. Once returned, Victor usually put the groceries aside and tried singing the songs the musicians were playing at a flea market by beating to a hollow metal device. On those occasions, elder brother Wilfred assisted him by providing rhythm and the performances demonstrated Victor being a gifted natural born singer. Written by lyricist Piyasena Kosta and composed by R.A. Chandrasena, the song “Devangana Paradana Komala Katha” featuring in radio drama “Manichora”, marked the first recorded song of Victor as a professional singer. The song aired on radio for the first time on 6th July 1963 with Piyasena Kosta becoming Victor’s first radio song lyricist. Victor's contribution to the film scores is less in numbers, but rich in diversity. He composed original music to a handful of films representing different genres, as classical, commercial and children’s. His film scores suited each film according to the film’s genre. “Mathara Achchi” (directorial debut by Sathischandra Edirisinghe) released in 1972, featured Victor’s first original score for a motion picture. This was a landmark film marking the debut performances and contributions of many prominent artists. Wally Nanayakkara made his debut as a lyrics writer. This film was also the screen debut of Swarna Mallawarachchi (most local best actress award winner), even though film audiences have seen her on screen, due to the delayed theatrical releases of “Matara Achchi”. Most importantly, the same film marked the arrival of a gifted singer who later became an immensely popular marquee singer of all-time, namely Sunil Edirisinghe, through “Sandakada Pahanaka Katayam Obala”, a beautiful song filled with inter-music compositions. That alluring song made Sunil Edirisinghe, an amateur singer with no recorded song at that time, an overnight sensation amongst music fans. The film featured the song “Sandun Sihina Sihil Anduna Palu Prema Nagare” a duet by Victor with Sujatha Attanayake, who was also the first instance, master lyricist Prof. Sunil Ariyaratne wrote a film song for a duet. Another song from the same film, “Andura Bindinnata Rayak Dawalu Lantharum Niwala” penned by Premakeerthi de Alwis, becomes a beloved timeless classic in Victor’s discography. The theme song of the film was performed by Milton Mallawarachchi and a chorus. Written by Siri Kularathna, the assistant director of the film, it was called “Ran Dedunu Ran Patin Weluna Ranwala” and since its release, the song has become prominent in Milton Mallawarachchi’s most popular hits collection.

Victor Rathnayake comes to the stage when Pandit Amaradeva tries to establish a Sinhalese music artifact with Sri Lankan musical art along with his learned Hindu Ragadhari music knowledge. A fanatical group was attracted to Pandit Amaradeva's music then. The majority enjoyed the then-Hindi songs on the radio and in the film. In this context, Amaradeva is the musical contender of Victor Rathnayake who joined the audience with enthusiastic fans. When Victor Rathnayaka chose songs to sing, the standards of the lyrics were maintained. There are no songs in his songs. But in that era, a balance was maintained between Hindi songwriters, fans, and fans. His attention was focused on the people who are closest to the people. Despite the vocabulary, he defeated its poetry and used his musical skills to render live-to-live vocabulary to the live vocabulary, singing, music, and singing. He used a musical instrument to chew fans with emotional feelings. In the 1970s, his songs were originally written on the radio. There was a limited symphony in the recording of the songs on the radio. It is an orchestral instrumentation such as Tabla, Flute, Violin, and Sitar. He is influenced by the pattern of everyday music, including folk music, western music, and karnataka music, including the pattern of the North Indian curative song. Amaradeva once says that the likes of Victor Ratnayake's songs are hiding. He wanted Raghas not so much slumbering and expected self. Therefore, the necessary musical instruments were also used, He is the first to bring musical instruments like Obo, Clarinet, Jazz, Hawaiian Guitar, and Drums to Western music instruments.
He used the instrument ‘ Rabana ‘ in a song like 'Kurullanta Ge Gayanna'  Api Okkoma Rajawaru  song to ‘ Thammattama ‘  Edanden Piya Maninu Epa in a song like ‘Pahatharata Beraya ‘           Muthu Warusawata Themila  like a ‘ Udekkiya ‘  Podi Kumari Hamine The song was used only for ‘Ḍolakkiya ‘  and  ‘ Accordion ‘ Daiwayogayakin the song is the only ’ Guitar ‘He became popular among the whole fanatics. So far as classical music is among the local community, the classical music programs of the radio did not listen to the youth. It was limited to musicians but Victor Ratnayake ‘embrace of the Sri Lankan audience, which attracted hundreds of thousands of people across the country, attracted adolescents. He used this method to use classical music among them. His subject matter is very widespread in his songs. Most popular Buddhist songs were sung by Victor Ratnayaka except Mohideen Beg's singer.  “දෙව්රම් වෙහෙරේ”, “බුදු හාමුදුරුවො අපිත් දකින්නැති”, “නිවන් දුටු හිමි”, “කලා වැවේ දිය ගැඹරේ”, “අමා දහර දිය ගලා ගලා”, “සමිඳු පාමුල පිදෙන අයුරින්”, “සාගර ජලය මදි”, “සිත් සනහාලන මුතුවන් වරුසා” There are such songs. He is singing many love songs that are best known for his love of music, Premakeerthi de Alwis.“අම්මා නැති මට Such as social issues             “දුක්ගන්නාරාළයි නුඹ ලොකු අයියණ්ඩි Such a love is brotherly love“බනින්නෙපා පොඩි දෝණිට”,    “සිරිමා බෝ මැඬ”, “නිය පෙළ සිඳලයි” and “මවු වෙස්සන්තර දේවිය වාගේ” Of children like songs යශෝධරා වේවා”, “සොඳුර නුඹ මට මව් වෙයන්” Songs about Wife “මෝහෙන් මුළා වෙලා”, “ළිඳෙන් වතුර බීලා Social commentaries like songs  “පාත ඉඳන් අපි ආවේ” He associates with a wide array of social issues and an inseparable theme, He also worked with every lyricist. by the time  ‘පිනිබර මලක් වගේ’, ‘සිනා දොළක් වන්’, ‘ගුරු පාර දිගේ’ He sang songs, he has contributed to popular songs for music by the time Even the seniors of that time have created songs ,Pandith Amaradhevaකුමරියක පා සලඹ සැලුණා”, “බමර පැටික්කි” “කෙහෙලිය නළලේ අංජන තිලකේ” songs like Nanda Malini  “මට මවු පදවිය”, “රන් මුවා පොළෝ තලේ”, “අරුණාලෝකය අතරින්”, “දෙනෝදාහක් නුවන් අතරේ” Chitra Somapala’s song “සීගිරියේ කැටපත් පවුරේ” Milton Perera's song  “දෙතුන් වතාවක් ඔබ ඇමතූවෙමි” Sujatha Attanayake’s song    “දෙතැනක තිබුණත් එක මල්”, “ඉරට උඩින් ගිය ගිරවට M. S. Fernando's song “උපන් හද වියේ” H.R.Jothipala’s song  “රාජ කිරුළු පළන්දාපු” Such songs were created, Also Somathilaka Jayamah who represents his generation             “අපි ආයෙත් හමු නොවුණානම් Milton Mallawarachchi song  “සුන්දරත්වයෙන් පිරි”, “දිනෙක රන්සළු පලඳා”, “උපුල් කොපුල්” the songs are also created the pattern of Milton Mallawarachchi's turn to Victor Ratnayake is transformed into a different pattern. as well as  Sunil Edirisinghe also enters the singing industry “සඳකඩ පහණක” the song is music, Bandula Wijeweera enters the field “කුලගෙදරින්”, “හිත හීලෑ නෑ” Victor Ratnayake is also Music such songs, Abeywardena Balasuriya sings “පියාණනී මා” “ගංගා”, “තොටිල්ෙල ලී වැටෙන් එහා” Songs like Niranjala Sarojani song “ලොව නිසසල වී” Edward Jayakody song “බැරි බර හින්දයි” Neela Wickramasinghe song “සූසැට බරණින්” he recorded thousands of songs, including songs, Victor Ratnayake was a unique personality, giving generously to a loving song of his own. Srimathi Tillakaratne song  “හිරු ගෙනැවිල්ලා”, “ආත්ම ගණනක සිතුවිලි අතරේ”, “කල්පනා රැහැනින් මිදී” “අනන්තයට මා ඉගි­ෙළන” also Freddy Silva’s song  “පාං කිරිත්තා තක්කිට තරිකිට” “දිය යට විස්කම්”, ‘ගිනි බෝල කාරයා’, ‘හඳ මාමා උඩින් යතේ’, ‘එනකොට එනවා හිනා වෙවී’  “කුණ්ඩුමනී” He music  songs like they are in the music industry, He also sri lanka film industry and he is also prominent in his remarkable music od director , he directs the music in the Matara Achchi film ,  “සඳකඩ පහණක”  “දේදුණු රන් පාටින් The songs are music ,සරුංගලේ” Film “ඉසුරු දෙවිඳු උමයංගන” The song is based on local music and carnataka music, and in the same movie “උපන් හද වියේ” It's also a song of baila art , Hulawali movie     “කුඩා ගමේ මද්දහනේ” The song depicts the type of Dark character In the same movie                ‘කුල ගෙදරින් දුම්බර කඳු වැටියේ’  the song is music, He also received the award for best film director Sunil Ariyaratne's 'Siribo Aiya'. Amaradeva and Nanda Malini are awarded the best film award at the same time. Saying the true characteristics of a true thinker and selecting words he an enthusiastic singer who has been unanimously popular for over seventy years already, Certainly there is no other than Victor Ratnayake, chordssrilanka we wish you a lifetime …

Victor Rathnayake Song List 

Adaraye Ulpatha Wu Amma

Adura Bidinnata 

Ahimi Unath Nuba Lande

Ithin Eeta Passe 

Mangala Mal Dama

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