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Voice Culture (Part1) - Indian Classical Music
Voice Culture - Working on Vocal range Mandra Sadhna: One thing you can try is Madra Sadhna i.e, the more you sing and sustain each swara of lower octave, it increases your range itself allowing you to...

Vikas | 31 Mar

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Practice Song
Playing a song or singing a song is a bit different than technical exercises which are much difficult to do long hours, so before practising a student must fix his mind to think that he will give his fixed...

Jay Gogoi | 22 Mar

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Raag Multani - Indian Classical Music
Multani is a raag of serious nature. Originating from Thaat (Mel or family) 'Todi', but not inheriting any of its properties or raga-ang, Multani stands out with its own uniqueness. Multani is sung or...

Vikas | 05 Feb

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Shreerang Dattatray Datar | 2 days ago

By listening only taal, you can learn laya, i.e. tempo of taal. For singing, you have to learn from guru because singing is a subject of swar. For singing you have to concentrate on individual swar and tune of a bandish or a song.

Vamsi Sagar | 1 day ago

Of course you can sing! Because every song or every piece of Music will have three things in common they are Scale, Rhythm, Tempo, so when the above three mentioned things match to each other, the output so produced will be a fully finished song. But one must have basic knowledge about Above mention three things, without that it might not sounds good if one sing to the taal beat of tabla or any other musical instrument.

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Prashant Meti | 4 days ago

Follow your heart, be dedicated and opportunities will definitely arise.

Shreerang Dattatray Datar | 2 days ago

Good to see to make career in music. Definitely you will get a job as a music teacher abroad. You can teach online also on Skype etc. Best wishes.

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Milind | 25 Apr

Basically it's not in Thaat Bahiaravi, but it's called in bhairavi Anga. Thaat classification is too limited and is insufficient to properly categorize all the ragas and hence Anga classification of ragas is accepted widely nowadays. No, it doesn't show any mastery of the performer if he's just presenting raaga natya i.e. performance of Raga.

Indroneil Mukerjee | 27 Apr

It shows that the performer WANTS TO BE SEEN AS A MASTER and probably comes with a low self-esteem as a sevak of shastriya sangeet. Yes, our music needs servants, not masters. For the servant is the master of masters and the master is a servant of servants.

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Nandita Rao | 05 Apr

No unless he or she has the last birth connection with playing the instrument.

Shekhar | 07 Apr

Not possible, all blowing instruments are tough and flute is blowing instrument, it takes much time and full dedication.

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Manju Sanjay | 11/11/2016

You have to learn the basics first.

Vinod Kumar | 29 Mar

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