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Lesson Posted on 24 May Music/Vocal Music/Indian Vocal Music/Indian Classical Music/Hindustani Music Performing Arts/Singing

First Woman Shehnai Player of India

Vinod Kumar

Singer, professional music teacher and voice culture trainer in electronic city, bangalore. Hailing from...

The first woman shehnai wadak of India is Bageshwari Qamar. Renowned Guru Ustad Bismillah khan taught her. She made her debut in the year 1983 and was crowned as “Shehnai Queen” at Chandigarh. Apart from her solo recordings she has also recorded “jugal-bandi” with her teacher... read more

The first woman shehnai wadak of India is Bageshwari Qamar. Renowned Guru Ustad Bismillah khan taught her. She made her debut in the year 1983 and was crowned as “Shehnai Queen” at Chandigarh. Apart from her solo recordings she has also recorded “jugal-bandi” with her teacher Ustad Bismillah Khan. In 1988 she represented India at “The Bharat Mahotsav” in Russia.

 

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Lesson Posted on 22 May Music/Vocal Music/Indian Vocal Music/Indian Classical Music/Carnatic Music Music/Vocal Music/Indian Vocal Music/Indian Classical Music/Hindustani Music Performing Arts/Singing

Pre-Trinity Carnatic Composers

Vinod Kumar

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Pre-Trinity Composers Arunachal Kavi (1711 - 1788).Musical Background: Arunachala Kavi was well versed in Tamil, Sanskrit and Telugu, but his musical training is unknown.Region: He was born in Tillaiyadi in Tanjavur district, Tamilnadu.Contribution: He is the author of Rama Natakam, the first musical... read more

Pre-Trinity Composers Arunachal Kavi (1711 - 1788).

Musical Background: Arunachala Kavi was well versed in Tamil, Sanskrit and Telugu, but his musical training is unknown.

Region: He was born in Tillaiyadi in Tanjavur district, Tamilnadu.

Contribution: He is the author of Rama Natakam, the first musical drama in Tamil. This drama is an example of where one person writes the lyrics and another composes the music. In this case, Kavirayar wrote the lyrics and the music were composed by two of his disciples, Kothandarama Iyer and Venkatarama Iyer. This work deals with the epic, Ramayana, in the form of Daru (a story-song used in music and dance dramas) and verses. The songs contain many Tamil proverbs and sayings. That the choice of the ragas is in perfect consonance with the sentiments expressed in the
songs, is what makes this an outstanding piece of work. This musical drama was first performed at the
Srirangam temple and within a short time, it became very popular. Kavirayar was honoured not only by Maharaja Tulaja, the King of Tanjore, but several other patrons of that time. He has also composed Seergazhi Sthala Puranam, Seergazhi Kovai, Hanumar Pillai Tamil, Ajomukhi Natakam and a few Keertanas.

Theme: Since he composed musical dramas, the theme was relevant to the story.

The language used: Tamil.

Popular Compositions: Yaro ivar yaro (Saveri, but more popular in Bhairavi), Kanden Kanden Sitayai (Vasanta), Ramanai Kannara Kandane (Mohanam) etc from Ramanatakam.

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Lesson Posted on 22 May Music/Vocal Music Music/Vocal Music/Indian Vocal Music Music/Vocal Music/Indian Vocal Music/Indian Classical Music +3 Music/Vocal Music/Indian Vocal Music/Indian Classical Music/Carnatic Music Music/Vocal Music/Indian Vocal Music/Indian Classical Music/Hindustani Music Performing Arts/Singing less

Daily exercises to improve your voice projection - Volume exercises

Vinod

Singer, music teacher and voice culture trainer in chennai. Sangeetha bhushan award winner. Hailing from...

To improve your voice projection, you can work on a daily basis with the Volume exercises: Volume exercises:1. Breathe deeply and exhale on a hisssssssing sound. Repeat 10 times.2. Vary the loudness of your voice using the sound “Mmm-mmm”. Start with a soft sound, thenmiddle and loud.... read more

To improve your voice projection, you can work on a daily basis with the Volume exercises:

 

Volume exercises:
1. Breathe deeply and exhale on a hisssssssing sound. Repeat 10 times.
2. Vary the loudness of your voice using the sound “Mmm-mmm”. Start with a soft sound, then
middle and loud. Repeat, starting with the loud sound until the soft. Repeat again
soft>loud>soft>loud>soft>loud… for several seconds
3. Repeat the exercise 2. with a vowel (ex. “ah”): soft>middle>loud - loud>middle>soft -
soft>loud>soft>loud>soft>loud… for several seconds
4. Repeat the exercise with numbers:


Repeat the exercises daily, for example in your bathroom, in front of the mirror (to be
sure you’re not breathing with the shoulders). You’ll soon improve your voice quality and
projection.Ideally, practice regularly while speaking. Use a text, a prepared speech, practice in
front of the mirror and focus on your breathing and voice.It must become a routine if you really
want to improve. You can start right now, sitting in your chair.


Happy Singing!!

Vinod

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Lesson Posted on 22 May Music/Vocal Music/Indian Vocal Music/Indian Classical Music/Carnatic Music Performing Arts/Singing Music/Vocal Music/Indian Vocal Music/Indian Classical Music/Hindustani Music

Learn Carnatic Raaga Abheri with song reference

Vinod Kumar

Singer, professional music teacher and voice culture trainer in electronic city, bangalore. Hailing from...

Learn Carnatic Raaga Abheri with song reference Learn the Carnatic Raaga Abheri. Below mentioned is the differentiation of the Rishabam, Gandharam, Madhyamam, Dhaivatham and Nishadham used in the Arohanam and Avarohanam.Arohanam: S G2 M1 P N2 S Avarohanam: S N2 D2 P M1 G2 R2 SSong references:Carnatic... read more

Learn Carnatic Raaga Abheri with song reference

Learn the Carnatic Raaga Abheri. Below mentioned is the differentiation of the Rishabam, Gandharam, Madhyamam, Dhaivatham and Nishadham used in the Arohanam and Avarohanam.
Arohanam: S G2 M1 P N2 S
Avarohanam: S N2 D2 P M1 G2 R2 S
Song references:
Carnatic - Eppadi padinaro
Film - Pazhamuthir Cholai by Yesudas

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Answered on 04/09/2018 Performing Arts/Singing

Lakshmi C.

Carnatic Vocal Music

Both speaking and singing use the respiratory system, vocal cords and articulators (tongue, lips etc) but in a different way to each other. ... Singing has specific rhythm & melody to adhere to, sustained notes (generally vowels) and vibrato that differentiates it from speech. read more

Both speaking and singing use the respiratory system, vocal cords and articulators (tongue, lips etc) but in a different way to each other. ... Singing has specific rhythm & melody to adhere to, sustained notes (generally vowels) and vibrato that differentiates it from speech.

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Answered on 28/09/2018 Performing Arts/Singing

Manju Sanjay

Carnatic Music Teacher Conducting Online Classes

Learn basics of Carnatic music with the help of a guru.Then your become more good.
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Answered on 04/09/2018 Performing Arts/Singing

Lakshmi C.

Carnatic Vocal Music

Stay hydrated. If you have a lot of mucus in your throat, hydration can help. ... Try honey and lemon. Honey and lemon both help soothe the throat. ... Eat spicy foods. Spicy foods can sometimes result in phlegm loosening. ... Drink herbal teas. ... Choose healthy foods for your voice. read more
  • Stay hydrated. If you have a lot of mucus in your throat, hydration can help. ...
  • Try honey and lemon. Honey and lemon both help soothe the throat. ...
  • Eat spicy foods. Spicy foods can sometimes result in phlegm loosening. ...
  • Drink herbal teas. ...
  • Choose healthy foods for your voice.
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Answered on 28/09/2018 Performing Arts/Singing

Manju Sanjay

Carnatic Music Teacher Conducting Online Classes

Doing programs and stage shows
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Answered on 20/02/2018 Performing Arts/Singing

Ravi Chandra

Vocal Music Teacher

Yes, you can start. Its good to start at 7 if they are intrested, and yes obviously they can easily grasp. The only thing is required that they should have a singing voice. Many artists started at the age of 6 too.
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