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Wilfy Rebimbus
Wilfred Gerald Rebimbus
Wilfred Gerald Rebimbus
Wilfy
Born (1942-04-02)2 April 1942
Origin Mangalorean Catholic
Died 9 March 2010(2010-03-09) (aged 67)
Genres Folk, Pop
Singer, Musician
Wilfy Nites

Wilfred Gerald Rebimbus (2 April 1942 - 9 March 2010), more popularly known as Wilfy Rebimbus, was a Konkani singer and lyricist. He was also known as the Konkani Koel.

Early life and family

Hailing from a Mangalorean Catholic family, Wilfy was born on 2 April 1942 to Landeline Rebimbus and Magdeline Mendonca in Mangalore. His father was from Kanhangad in Kerala and mother was from Goa. Wilfy had his primary and high school education at Milagres High School in Mangalore. Later, he did a mechanical course before joining St Joseph's Workshop as an apprentice. He was a talented singer right since his student days as was evident from the numerous prizes he had won in various singing events. He had started composing Konkani songs at the age of 14 and authored his first drama Poixeancho Sonvsar (World of Money) when he was 15 and staged it through the St. Joseph's Natak Sangh. He founded the musical group called United Youngsters Music Party in 1959 when he was just 17. It is now known as United Youngsters Cultural Association. Apart from singing, Wilfy was also a good athlete and also a Kabaddi player during his school days.[1] He was credited for taking modern Konkani music to new heights with his unique compositions and singing style. In a career spanning about 4 decades, Wilfy wrote thousands of songs and staged 248 Wilfy Nites. He released some forty albums, six devotional albums and at least one instrumental album.

Wilfy was diagnosed to be suffering from lung cancer and underwent a surgery in September 2009.[2] He died of complications from lung cancer on 9 March 2010.[3]

Wilfy Songs

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References

  1. ^ "Konkani Musician, Lyricist and Singer Wilfy Rebimbus passes away". Mangalore Today. 9 March 2010. Retrieved 2010. 
  2. ^ "Konkani singer Wilfy Rebimbus no more". Deccan Herald. India. 9 March 2010. Retrieved 2010. 
  3. ^ Nandalike, Walter (9 March 2010). "Wilfy Rebimbus : The Legend has Left us All..." Daijiworld Media. Retrieved 2010. 

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