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Lesson Posted on 21 Apr Music/Vocal Music/Hindustani Singing

The musical notation system of Hindustani Classical Music

Nandita Rao

Learnt for 10 years and awarded Sangeet Praveen degree from Prayag Sangeet Sameeti Allahabad had renowned...

The Hindustani Classical Music books follow mainly 2 types of Notation system . 1) Bhatkande notation system and 2) Vishnu Digambar System the Bhatkande system has the following features 1) The shuddha swara - Re Ga Ma Madhya saptak (middle octave) (without any sign) 2) The komal swara - Re Ga Dha... read more

The Hindustani Classical Music books follow mainly 2 types of Notation system . 1) Bhatkande notation system and 2) Vishnu Digambar System

the Bhatkande system has the following features

1) The shuddha swara - Re Ga Ma Madhya saptak (middle octave) (without any sign)

2) The komal swara - Re  Ga Dha Ni

                                   

3) Teevra swara      - Mal

4) Mandra saptak    -  Ni.

5) Tar saptak          -  Dha.

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Asked on 11 Apr Music/Vocal Music/Carnatic Singing

What is Raagam Thaanam Pallavi?

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Lesson Posted on 11 Apr Music/Vocal Music/Indian Vocal Music/Indian Classical Music/Carnatic Music Music

Indian Classical Music - Short Information

Mrunmayi Kanhere

I have completed my Bachelors and Masters in "Indian Classical Music" - I have a teaching experience...

Indian classical music has two major traditions. The North Indian classical music tradition is called Hindustani while the South Indian expression is called Carnatak. The roots of the India classical music are found in the Veda literature and the ancient Natyashastra (Bharat Muni). And in many more Grantham's... read more

Indian classical music has two major traditions. The North Indian classical music tradition is called Hindustani while the South Indian expression is called Carnatak. The roots of the India classical music are found in the Veda literature and the ancient Natyashastra (Bharat Muni). And in many more Grantham's Indian classical music has two foundational elements, Raga and Tala.

The raga is melodic structure. Tala is time cycle. The raga gives an artist a structure to build the melody, and the Tala provides them with a creative framework for rhythmic improvisation using time. Hindustani music style is mainly found in North India, Pakistan and Bangladesh. It exists in four major forms: Dhrupad, Khyal, Tarana, and the semi-classical Thumri.

Khyal is the modern form of Hindustani music, and the term literally means "Thoughts". A raga is a central concept of Indian music, A raga has a given set of notes, on a scale, ordered in melodies with musical motifs.

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Lesson Posted on 07 Apr Music/Vocal Music/Western Vocal Music/Pop Music/Vocal Music/Western Vocal Music/Rock

Imitation Helps but Put Your Stamp on Songs

Riddhi Vyas

I am a Grade 8 (Trinity) certified western vocals teacher with 3+ years of experience. I currently conduct...

When we are singing songs, we try to sound like the studio version of artists.We forget that these songs may be highly processed and even auto-tuned.Hence, it's a good idea to listen to covers and different renditions of the song and gain perspective.Then, try to put in your own variations and make the... read more

When we are singing songs, we try to sound like the studio version of artists.

We forget that these songs may be highly processed and even auto-tuned.

Hence, it's a good idea to listen to covers and different renditions of the song and gain perspective.

Then, try to put in your own variations and make the song your own. Only then you can grow as a singer.

Imitation helps learn variations. But always stay in touch with your style.

You may be the next Adele or Sam Smith. So let people know your voice for you.

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Answered on 28 Feb Music/Vocal Music/Western Singing

Shailesh Pratap Singh

Music Teacher

You have to make sure first which genre t of song is make your voice better. If you want to learn singing as your self and make a daily routine to practice 1 hour Sargam and alankar and stop eating cold drink ice-creams. You have to drink a normal warm water before sing a song.
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Answered on 23 Mar Music/Vocal Music/Carnatic Singing

Manju Sanjay

Carnatic Music Teacher

Hi..Sangavi which kind of singing you want to learn?i can teach carnatic music and classical songs
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