This Online music course covers the basics of the all Hindustani vocal and Indian classical music for beginners. You can learn first basic Raga in bonusTotal course Fee
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Student must have basic tanpura app in mobile ( itabla pro of ios or any .), If there is a constant and tanpura that is well and good. One notebook is required to note down all definitions and details. If there is harmonium or any type of keyboard it will be more easy to understand.
We will understand proper basics of music vocal music and specially of Indian classical music. From here you will be e prepared to learn Indian classical music and any type of music. basically you will be prepared to explore all Musical.
Indian classical music:
How is Indian classical music different from Bollywood or Indian folk music? How can you listen to or play these instruments? Where can you try them?
How would you describe Indian classical music?
Classical Indian music originated in South Asia and is now found around the globe. Its origins can be traced back over 6,000 years ago to sacred Vedic scriptures, where chants developed a system of musical notes and rhythmic cycles.
This is one way that Indian classical music is closely related to nature, drawing inspiration from natural phenomena such as seasons and times of day to create ragas, which are essentially musical moods; there are also many time cycles or taals that have been codified.
The compositions are fixed, but the music is largely improvised within the structure of notes and mathematics. It creates an atmosphere of spontaneity where every artist and performance is unique.
India has two distinct traditions, which are geographically separated into the north and the south. Their roots and concepts are similar, but their elaboration is beautifully contrasted and they use a variety of instruments.
There is a long tradition of oral transmission of Indian classical music, where the student would spend many years with their 'guru', developing a very special, spiritual bond, and imbibing not only the music but also philosophical and moral principles that would shape their lives in the future.
In modern times, Indian classical music is taught in many institutions and has been extensively documented and notated, but learning from observation, listening, and memory is still deemed the most effective way of learning.
Basic Vocal Singing (Hindustani) Modules :
1. The basic svaras
Singing requires hitting a svara accurately and sustaining it. Long steady svaras are used to practice pitch stability and breath control in this module. It is an excellent place to start for beginners.
In this module, you will find ascending and descending melodic progressions through 7 shuddha (natural) svaras. The module can be used to improve the accuracy of singing shuddha (natural) svaras across an octave. Three different tempi (layas) improve pitch movement from one svara to another.
3. Basic Palte (slow & fast)
In this module, simple svara patterns are transposed and sung throughout the octave. The patterns will help you improve the accuracy and precision in moving from one svara to another. You will learn the svara patterns in slow tempo first. You will be able to master fast transitions between the svaras with the future lessons in a faster tempo.
4. Palte (slow & fast)
In this module, you will learn zig-zag-type svara patterns that allow you to achieve dexterity in complex svara movements. This module improves your svara accuracy, svara transitions (attack), svara pronunciation, as well as your ability to control your breath.
5. Advance palte
This module contains advanced svara patterns that allow you to practice complicated svara movements. You will improve your svara accuracy, svara transitions (attack), svara pronunciation, and breath control with this module. Additionally, practicing compelx svara patterns will enhance your musical memory and response time for a musical event. These lessons are fast-paced.
6. Kharaj ka Riyaz
The lessons provide practice of mandra saptak, the lower octave svaras. These svaras should not be strained. Avoid straining your voice excessively. When you practice these lessons early in the morning, your voice will be more bassy with lower notes, and you will also be able to sing higher notes with greater ease.
7. Saptak with different svaras
Apart from the Bilawal thaat, this module contains ascending and descending melodic progressions of svaras. You will be helped by this module in internalizing the differences between suddha and komal svaras in each lesson.
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