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Lesson Posted on 23/12/2017 Music/Vocal Music/Indian Vocal Music/Indian Classical Music/Hindustani Music

Rag Durga

Tejal v.

I am an experienced , qualified teacher teaching vocal (Hindustani classical) since 2008. Personally...

Rag Durga audav rag that is with 5 notes. Rag Durga is from Bilawal family. So all five notes are suddha. It's Vadi that is main note is Ma. And Samavadi second main note is Sadaj SA. Varjit notes that is not used in rag is GA and Ni. This rag had 5 notes that's why it's jati is audav_audav. It's... read more

Rag Durga  audav rag that is with 5 notes.

Rag Durga is from Bilawal family.

So all five notes are suddha.

It's Vadi that is main note is Ma.

And Samavadi second main note is Sadaj SA. Varjit notes that is not used in rag is GA and Ni. 

This rag had 5 notes that's why it's jati is audav_audav.

It's time for singing is second praher of night. 

It's Aroh S R M P D S°i.

Avaroh S° D PM R S.

Pakad P_ M P D M R, D (lower October) S.

 

 

 

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Lesson Posted on 04/10/2017 Music/Vocal Music/Indian Vocal Music/Indian Classical Music/Hindustani Music

Vocal Practice #1

Prafulla K Sharma

I've been in the field of Hindustani Classical Music for last 12 years, with teaching experience of 8...

Sa(shadaj) is the most important and prominent swar in indian classical music, from this all the other notes or swaras have emerged therefore it is very very and very important to practice SA as much as possible by any vocalist. How to practice?: Step 1: Choose your natural scale in which your voice... read more

Sa(shadaj) is the most important and prominent swar in indian classical music, from this all the other notes or swaras have emerged therefore it is very very and very important to practice SA as much as possible by any vocalist.

How to practice?:

Step 1: Choose your natural scale in which your voice can freely move in all the three octave. 

In general the male range is between( C to D#) some of them can be lower or higher than the said range but im talking about 90% of the people who fall under this range.

step 2: Identify your exact pitch and play it on TANPURA(either electronic or accoustic).

Step 3: Match your voice with the pitch that you have selected without putting any extra effort or physical pressure( be as relaxed as possible and its the most important to be attentive to your voice production technique while singing) therefore sing in front of your guru for some days to avoid any mistakes.

Step 4: Sustain your voice in the pitch you have matched with(use stopwatch to see how long can you sustain in one breath) normally it should be 15 sec min in the beginning and should go up tp 60 secs at least. 

Step 5: Dont thank me just try it for 3 weeks and see the differance in your voice.

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Answered on 22/08/2017 Music/Vocal Music/Indian Vocal Music/Indian Classical Music/Hindustani Music

Prafulla K Sharma

Hindustani Classical Vocal

One exception found for Sampurn audav jaati is "Shuddha Nat" All shuddha swar except Ga, Ni In avaroh, That Bilawal. Other than this no other raga of such jati (except some jod ragas) can be sung/played in Hindustani music manner. Please share if you find any other raag. I hope it would have helped
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Lesson Posted on 07/08/2017 Music/Vocal Music/Indian Vocal Music/Indian Classical Music/Hindustani Music Music/Vocal Music/Hindustani Singing

A Brief Summary of Naad : Indian Classical Music

Vikas

I have learnt Indian Classical Music in a Guru Shishya parampara for over 6 years and I have been teaching...

Naad is the base of all vibrations and much more than just frequency. Aahat naad is whatever we hear, speak or sing; frequency of sound that we can hear. And then there is Anhad naad (Anaahat naad), which we cannot hear. Anhad Naad can be called as the energy vibration of our inner self or our soul... read more

Naad is the base of all vibrations and much more than just frequency.

Aahat naad is whatever we hear, speak or sing; frequency of sound that we can hear.

And then there is Anhad naad (Anaahat naad), which we cannot hear.

Anhad Naad can be called as the energy vibration of our inner self or our soul (jeev, praan or atma. It may be different or the same yet relatable to Anhad Naad. Omkar or Onkar or just Om is the closest representation of Anhad Naad and a path in itself to achieve it, while Aahat Naad is just a reflection of it.

‘Sadhna’ of this Aahat Naad gives one a chance to achieve the Anhad Naad and knowing oneself completely.

“Aahat saadhi saadhi sukh paave

‘Anang Rang’ taako sahaj nis taare.

Anhad Naad antar goonje,

Aahat Naad taako prakash”

Composition by Acharya K.C.D. Brahaspati (Great Vaggeyakaar of his time).

Please connect for any kind of clarification or guidance if needed.

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Answered on 08/07/2017 Music/Vocal Music/Indian Vocal Music/Indian Classical Music/Hindustani Music

Alok Sharma

Professional Classical Bhajan Singer

Learning Music is a lifelong process because one need to continue improving skills, However if you get a good guru the duration of the course is not more than six months because after that you can be a self dependent person in Music and even learn through self study. God bless you, Alok Sharma
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Lesson Posted on 30/05/2017 Music/Vocal Music/Indian Vocal Music/Indian Classical Music Music/Vocal Music/Indian Vocal Music/Indian Classical Music/Hindustani Music

Swarsadhana lesson no 1

Fazal Jafri

I am Hindustani Classical Vocalist completed my BA in Music from Gandharv Mahavidyalaya with 1st Class....

Sa Sa re sa Sa re ga re sa Sa re ga ma ga re sa Sa re ga re sa Sa re sa Sa Sa re ga ma pa read more

Sa                                

Sa re sa

Sa re ga re sa             

Sa re ga ma ga re sa 

Sa re ga re sa 

Sa re sa 

Sa

Sa re ga ma pa

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Answered on 29/03/2017 Music/Vocal Music/Indian Vocal Music/Indian Classical Music/Hindustani Music

Vinod Kumar

Professional Singer

Please re frame your question.
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Answered on 29/03/2017 Music/Vocal Music/Indian Vocal Music/Indian Classical Music/Hindustani Music

Vinod Kumar

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Answered on 26/08/2016 Music/Vocal Music/Indian Vocal Music/Indian Classical Music/Hindustani Music

Suvani Raj

Music Teacher

Hindustani sangeet is the right term .Music which is mostly practiced in the northern part of India is referred as Hindustani sangeet.The southern part of India usually practice Karnatak sangeet .In Hindustani sangeet there r various forms of singing in classical style like khayal(bada ,chota),dhrupad,... read more
Hindustani sangeet is the right term .Music which is mostly practiced in the northern part of India is referred as Hindustani sangeet.The southern part of India usually practice Karnatak sangeet .In Hindustani sangeet there r various forms of singing in classical style like khayal(bada ,chota),dhrupad, dhamaar, Taraana trivat,chaturang, thumri , dadra etc. Various other light forms like bhajan,ghazal, hori,geet, folk etc. Singers who r able to perform & sing various form r considered as Hindustani music vocalist.one can choose between classical and light. read less
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Answered on 07/04/2017 Music/Vocal Music/Indian Vocal Music/Indian Classical Music/Carnatic Music Music/Vocal Music/Indian Vocal Music/Indian Classical Music/Hindustani Music Music/Vocal Music/Indian Vocal Music/Indian Classical Music +1 Music/Instrumental Music less

Vinod Kumar

Professional Singer

The basic parental 72 raagas will take an year of time. There are many other derived raagas also which will definitely take more years to learn and improvise. The parental raagas are very important. If one expertise in the basic parental raagas, then the other derived Rashad can easily be learn.
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