The music of Sri Lanka has its roots in four primary influences: ancient folk rituals, Buddhist religious traditions, the legacy of European colonisation , and the commercial and historical influence of nearby Indian culture—specifically, Bollywood cinema. The Portuguese were the first Europeans to arrive in Sri Lanka, landing in the midth century. The influence of both European and African traditions served to further diversify the musical roots of contemporary Sri Lankan music. Caste -based folk poems, Jana Kavi , originated as communal song shared within individual groups as they engaged in daily work. Today, they remain a popular form of cultural expression. Folk poems were sung by ancient people of Sri Lanka to minimise their loneliness, sadness, tiredness etc. There isn't a known author for the folk poems. Kavi was also sung to accompany annual rituals. These ancient rites are rarely performed in contemporary Sri Lanka, but the preserved songs are still performed by folk musicians. Another traditional Sri Lankan folk style is called the Virindu.
Old Sinhala Songs
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