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Answered on 12/11/2018 Music/Instrumental Music/Indian Instrumental Music/Mridangam

Janakivallabhan Hariharan

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SIR, A VERY GOOD DECISION BY YOU, ALSO YOU PLEASE ENSURE THAT YOUR SON IS INTERESTED TOO,RIGHT AGE, PLEASE GO AHEAD, ALL THE VERY BEST.
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Answered on 26/09/2018 Music/Instrumental Music/Indian Instrumental Music/Tabla

Dhiraj Mishra

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It depends on student's time........that he is beginner or he knows something about tabla ...he plays something .....how many times he want to learn tabla.......which pattern ..he has to learn.....many thing
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Answered on 21/02/2018 Music/Instrumental Music/Indian Instrumental Music

Roopali S.

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Answered on 01/10/2018 Music/Instrumental Music/Indian Instrumental Music

How to study C++ programing?

Prakash Paunikar

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There are online C++ courses website. YOu can download lessons from those. First you have to have a PC at home. Install Windows or Linux. If you have Linux GNU C++ is easliy available for free. Other wise in Windows you can use TurboC or VC++/MFC for learning C++. Also seach there might be some new C++... read more

There are online C++ courses website. YOu can download lessons from those. First you have to have a PC at home. Install Windows or Linux. If you have Linux GNU C++ is easliy available for free. Other wise in Windows you can use TurboC or VC++/MFC for learning C++. Also seach there might be some new C++ tools. Best Of Luck.

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Lesson Posted on 06/11/2017 Music/Instrumental Music/Indian Instrumental Music

Flute Lessons

T.s.narayana Swamy

I have experienced as a full time musician for the past 25 years. I am a multi-instrumentalist, and...

Bamboo flute may the oldest instrument of all. Because it is made up of natural material. In South Indian Carnatic music we play Harikamboji(28 Melakartha) in the beginning instead of Maya Malava Gowla.To start with, try to blow as we blow in a bottle and make a sound. Then keep the second sector... read more

Bamboo flute may the oldest instrument of all.  Because it is made up of natural material.  In South Indian Carnatic music we play Harikamboji(28 Melakartha) in the beginning instead of Maya Malava Gowla.

To start with,  try to blow as we blow in a bottle and make a sound.  Then keep the second sector of your three fingers (Index, Middle and Ring Fingers) of the left hand (If the flute you hold is right side) on the three holes close to mouth hole. If you feel convenient to hold the flute with the left side, just change right as left and left as right. (Other things are same). Then close the two holes alone which are closer to mouth hole, with the second sector of your fingers and blow with normal pressure. This is the aadhara sadjam (Sa). Then try to give double the pressure now with same fingering i.e., only two holes near to mouth hole closed. This is higher octave (upper sthayi) sadjam.  

Now, open the second hole finger from the mouth hole end which is Re. Now, open the first hole finger close to mouth hole which is Ga. Now don't try Ma as because it difficult. Blow with double pressure now with Sa fingering (by closing Two holes nearby mouth hole).

Then close the third finger from mouth hole, which is now Ni. Then close the fourth finger (Other hand Index finger) from the mouth hole end. This is Dha now. If you close the fifth (i.e. Middle finger of the second hand from your mouth hole), it is Pa now. After this, if you close the sixth finger (ring finger of the second hand from mouth hole), and open the first finger (Index) of the first hand closer to mouth hole, is Ma now.   

So, you can hear S R G  S (High) N D P M sound.

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Lesson Posted on 07/09/2017 Music/Instrumental Music/Indian Instrumental Music/Harmonium

Harmonium Description

keerthana lakshmi

I have 7+ years of experience in teaching Piano, Keyboard, Guitar & Western Music Theory Classes for...

A harmonium is a reed organ, which means that it produces sounds by feeding air through reeds. This gives it a different sound than a pipe organ, which produces sound with metal pipes. The instrument usually contains two foot pedals, which operate the bellows of the instrument. The bellows push air through... read more

A harmonium is a reed organ, which means that it produces sounds by feeding air through reeds. This gives it a different sound than a pipe organ, which produces sound with metal pipes. The instrument usually contains two foot pedals, which operate the bellows of the instrument. The bellows push air through the reeds to play the sound. The instrument is also called a pump organ due to this pumping action. Some portable harmoniums do not contain pedals; instead, musicians operate the bellows manually. The harmonium usually contains one keyboard, which creates the musical tones of the instrument. There are several variations on the instrument. Some harmoniums contain two rows of keyboards, several contain a row of pulls above the keys, some contain knee levers, and a few contain pedal keyboards to produce a variety of sounds.

Although many harmoniums contain basic wood casings, some instruments have ornate casing designs. Many people treated their instruments as decorative pieces of furniture; thus many manufacturers produced instruments with elaborate carvings and inlays. Both decorative and plain cases are usually made out of hard woods such as oak and walnut, which makes them very durable. Harmoniums range greatly in size, from small portable instruments to larger wood organs.

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Answered on 19/06/2017 Performing Arts/Singing Music/Vocal Music/Indian Vocal Music/Indian Classical Music/Hindustani Music Music/Instrumental Music/Indian Instrumental Music

Vinod Kumar

Professional Singer

Hi Ankita, Nice to know that you want to learn music. I would suggest to continue the music which you were learning at your school level. So that you can learn it easily and then move on to the advanced lessons.
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Answered on 19/04/2016 Music/Instrumental Music/Indian Instrumental Music/Tabla

Spardha Learnings Pvt. Ltd

It is a team effort. Only trainer cannot accelerate the progress. Trainer has to consistently spend time on practicing the lessons learnt during previous sessions. On an average it will take 9 - 12 months to learn the basic skills. Thanks spardha team
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Answered on 27/03/2018 Music/Instrumental Music/Indian Instrumental Music/Veena

Vinod Kumar

Professional Singer

Find a best teacher first of all. Then buy the wood or fiber veena for the learning and practice
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Answered on 27/03/2018 Music/Instrumental Music/Indian Instrumental Music/Veena

Vinod Kumar

Professional Singer

Yes it is considered as Goddess Saraswathi's instrument
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